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Rechargeable Ni-MH Batteries, all sizes (see below) £2.50 per pack @ Lidl Instore
Rechargeable Ni-MH Batteries, all sizes (see below) £2.50 per pack @ Lidl Instore

Rechargeable Ni-MH Batteries, all sizes (see below) £2.50 per pack @ Lidl Instore

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Starts 2nd August 2010
Choose from 9V block, 4 x AAA, 4 x AA, 2 x C or 2 x D.

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Bought about 10 packs of these last year when they were on the same offer but £1.99 and sad to say they are all now in the bin:(. After around 3-4 charges they just didn't hold their charge for anything greater than a TV remote. Seeing as the AA were around 2500mAh I was expecting a bit of better performance.
Good price but would steer clear.

Aldi ones are pretty good had them 18 months and still going strong

Yes, Aldi ones are about £2.79 a pack and are pretty good.

In delta V chargers these sometimes show up as bad but can be forced to work again by putting them in a normal cruddy timed charger for a while. Their capacity is nothing like what it says. The 2500mAh AAs are really only 1600. If you're aware of this they're great for things like Wii remotes.

Heat added from me - Have bought quite a few of these over the last year or so..... because they are pretty good! By all means say where you can get better.... at least offline.

These are not very good quality, I made the mistake of buying them before, they will last a while, but they die and are really nowhere near their rated capacity! Sanyo seem to be much better.

Not bad batteries but not great either, biggest mistake most people make is putting them into quick chargers. These need to be charged over a long period of time at a lower charge MhA rating. Think they are limited to about 500MhA per hour charge not 1400MhA which is what a quick 1hr charger puts out (for AAs)

If you quick charge them they don't last more than 15mins in a camera for example.
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