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Primark Home 10 AA alkaline batteries £1.40
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Primark Home 10 AA alkaline batteries £1.40

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Posted 3rd Dec 2019Available: National, South East, South, South West, London, East of England, West Midlands, East Midlands, Yorkshire & Lincolnshire, North West, North East, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland

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Pack of 10 Alkaline batteries for £1.40. Better value than the likes of wilko and poundland.


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Yep, this is the best battery deal around. Same price for AAA.

All alkaline batteries are pretty much created equal.
Zinc carbon etc batteries (20 for a quid in poundland, tesco value etc) are rubbish. Lithium are a bit better than alkaline but expensive.

For pretty much everything, just buy these (or get decent rechargeables!). I don't care if you could get 10 Duracell alkalines for 50p more, you'd just have wasted the 50p.
Edited by: "sneakybifta" 3rd Dec 2019
Excellent price when compared to Duracell.
Just shows how much Duracell are raking in.
Do they leak like the poundland ones?
These Batteries are really good, for Christmas buttery operated lights and the like, kids toys. Wouldn’t put them in remote though. X 🏼 🏼
LoveChristmas3803/12/2019 08:51

These Batteries are really good, for Christmas buttery operated lights and …These Batteries are really good, for Christmas buttery operated lights and the like, kids toys. Wouldn’t put them in remote though. X 🏼 🏼


Why not?
sneakybifta03/12/2019 08:29

Yep, this is the best battery deal around. Same price for AAA.All alkaline …Yep, this is the best battery deal around. Same price for AAA.All alkaline batteries are pretty much created equal. Zinc carbon etc batteries (20 for a quid in poundland, tesco value etc) are rubbish. Lithium are a bit better than alkaline but expensive.For pretty much everything, just buy these (or get decent rechargeables!). I don't care if you could get 10 Duracell alkalines for 50p more, you'd just have wasted the 50p.


These are very very good. This price is standard. Large packet Zinc ones should be banned. Only good in low power things like remotes.
sneakybifta03/12/2019 08:29

Yep, this is the best battery deal around. Same price for AAA.All alkaline …Yep, this is the best battery deal around. Same price for AAA.All alkaline batteries are pretty much created equal. Zinc carbon etc batteries (20 for a quid in poundland, tesco value etc) are rubbish. Lithium are a bit better than alkaline but expensive.For pretty much everything, just buy these (or get decent rechargeables!). I don't care if you could get 10 Duracell alkalines for 50p more, you'd just have wasted the 50p.


I know what you're saying but it's not strictly true imo. It's not just a case of longevity but also durability too. I once brought some alkaline Fujitsu's and they had a leakage rate of about 90% within a matter of weeks. Appalling. I'm not suggesting that these Primark ones aren't decent (I've never brought them) but there's a little bit more to it than just having an alkaline sticker on the box.
sneakybifta03/12/2019 08:29

...All alkaline batteries are pretty much created equal. ...I don't care …...All alkaline batteries are pretty much created equal. ...I don't care if you could get 10 Duracell alkalines for 50p more, you'd just have wasted the 50p.


Simply not true. Multiple tests show how much they vary in capacity. IKEA ones used to work out as one of the cheapest but I think their prices have increased significantly. I've no idea whether these ones are better or worse than average.
Duracell batteries have long life but they do leak.Have had quite a few do it in remotes etc.Very disappopinting.
Not had a Kodak one from Poundland leak though!
I have somewhat become a hoarder of batteries thanks to all the deals through this site
Can someone kindly tell us if these are better/worse compared to other main brands?
Kindly appreciated.
All of these websites are rubbish for search.
Still worth checking out poundland for alkaline packs as they have + 1 or +2 free deals
Home bargains used to be ok for alkalines - prices gone up tho'
Wilko rubbish for value - never have rechargeables.

Interesting read here - the cheap ZC battery power costs twice the alk. cost
simplelivingsomerset.wordpress.com/201…ts/

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Edited by: "zzzz" 3rd Dec 2019
I've been buying their batteries for a while. They actually last a long time aswell and dont leak either. They have AAA aswell
Jezza6703/12/2019 08:49

Do they leak like the poundland ones?


They don't, I've been buying these for different things for ages
Definitely worth sticking up for Christmas!
LoveChristmas3803/12/2019 12:53

Durracel are for the remote! X



For a bit there thought you had'nt the remotest idea?
Will probably leak and wreck your appliance.

Stick with energiser.

Kindest regards

Cold.
None in my local Primark. I’d go as far as to say they had no idea what I’m talking about. Good price but unfortunately can’t get them.
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