Rechargeable batteries pack of 2 AAA £1.00 at Poundland
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Rechargeable batteries pack of 2 AAA £1.00 at Poundland

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They had another brand too same price
Nope. Plus the Lidl 950mah ones work out at £1.50 for 2.

Poundworld ones are/were 600mah
Edited by: "LadyEleanor" 9th Apr
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which store was this in?
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thomasleep13 m ago

which store was this in?


Great Bridge West Bromwich
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LadyEleanor34 m ago

Nope. Plus the Lidl 950mah ones work out at £1.50 for 2.Poundworld ones …Nope. Plus the Lidl 950mah ones work out at £1.50 for 2.Poundworld ones are/were 600mah


I purchased lidl ones before, some of them were duff
I agree they are pretty duff for powering stuff for any period of time. Maybe ok for something like a DECT phone which is only off the cradle for a short time. Though whether they will 'weather' by continual 24/7 charging is an unknown.

Never had a problem with a load of Lidl's both AA & AAA. Overall not a reason to visit Poundland this week. So cold, sorry.
Total rubbish, will leak quickly and destroy your equipment, that is if they last 5 charges. Will never buy again, tried 3 different times.
These are complete junk, don't waste your money. I bought for my wireless mouse which on their first change lasted an hour then they didn't hold any charge after that.
350mAh....!!
They've sold these for a while (years), as mentioned 350mah is very poor
thomasleep11 h, 17 m ago

which store was this in?


All of them . Check batteries shelf next time when you visit Poundland
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Surprised this has gone hot with all these negative comments, can you get your money back of they're duds?
The AA and AAA have been this price for years, and yes they are low mah. However they are still better value than any large pack of non rechargeable batteries.

The rechargeable s still work after a year of recharging snd discharging , it is just that these ones you have to recharge them more often.
Proveright1 m ago

The AA and AAA have been this price for years, and yes they are low mah. …The AA and AAA have been this price for years, and yes they are low mah. However they are still better value than any large pack of non rechargeable batteries. The rechargeable s still work after a year of recharging snd discharging , it is just that these ones you have to recharge them more often.


Factor in charging cost and then give a 'Value' report.
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benrobertsno13 h, 11 m ago

Factor in charging cost and then give a 'Value' report.


As it's a small battery the cost of recharging will be negligible
subzero12345 h, 47 m ago

As it's a small battery the cost of recharging will be negligible


Rubbish, it would cost something.
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benrobertsno15 h, 10 m ago

Rubbish, it would cost something.


3.5p if that isn't negligible I don't know what is
£1 you are kidding really?

No wonder - 350mah capacity is awful.
That wouldnt even power my girlfriends vibo for a single orgasm!
>;o)
omendata2 h, 22 m ago

£1 you are kidding really?No wonder - 350mah capacity is awful.That …£1 you are kidding really?No wonder - 350mah capacity is awful.That wouldnt even power my girlfriends vibo for a single orgasm!>;o)


So basically what you're saying is you are rubbish in bed and she needs a vibe to get herself off.
benrobertsno115 m ago

So basically what you're saying is you are rubbish in bed and she needs a …So basically what you're saying is you are rubbish in bed and she needs a vibe to get herself off.


Yes I am with Boy George on that one - much prefer a cuppa Earl Grey all that sex stuff nasty , messy , smelly nonsense!
>;o)
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