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Rechargeable NiMH Batteries £[email protected] FROM MON 10/09/2007
Rechargeable NiMH Batteries £1.99@lidl FROM MON 10/09/2007

Rechargeable NiMH Batteries £[email protected] FROM MON 10/09/2007

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Rechargeable NiMH Batteries

Choose from:
- Set of 4 x 2,500 mAh AA batteries
- Set of 4 x 900 mAh AAA batteries
- Set of 2 x 4,000 mAh C batteries
- Set of 2 x 4,500 mAh D batteries
- 1 x 200 mAH 9V battery
Price per item/set

18 Comments

Original Poster

So true to life!

Man: I have one of thoughs

Woman: Put it back, any spare money is going on shoes!

http://www.lidl.co.uk/uk/home.nsf/images/CUS_Themes/$file/aktionsware.jpg

lol love the pic. 'Thats Cheap'
Its hard to find decent cheap batteries.
But i only just bought a 15min charger with 4 bateries from morrisons the other day.

These batteries are excellent, you can never have enough of em at that price.

I've thrown all my Tronics out - my son has too. We'd both bought a charger and 8 batteries from Lidl.

I use Vapextech now and they're great.

I bought some batteries from 7dayshop for my 5 month old's musical cot toys. They only last about 2-3 days, I am pretty disappointed. Think these Lidl ones will be any better?

I bought some of those Eneloop rechargeable batteries from Amazon mentioned the other day, I am now going to throw out all my other rechargeables and just use these in future, the first rechargeable battery I have ever had, that last for more than 5 minutes. They even last in digital cameras.

i'm using lidl batteries for last 2 years. failure rate is just below 5%, ie. just 1 or 2 batteries i thrown away all others still serving perfectly.

Another vote for Vapextech - fantastic batteries.

They also have a shop on Ebay, which sometimes is slightly cheaper than their website.

Worth picking up to replace some of my dead old rechargeables for remotes / controllers. Thanks.

These die really quickly if not in regular use. Also do not hold a charge very well unless utilised immediately, so no good for back-up batteries whilst away, unless you charge fully again before use. My uniross hold a charge for several weeks without being used.
Bought these two years running, several packs, but all in the bin now as pretty much useless.

willhollin

I bought some batteries from 7dayshop for my 5 month old's musical cot … I bought some batteries from 7dayshop for my 5 month old's musical cot toys. They only last about 2-3 days, I am pretty disappointed. Think these Lidl ones will be any better?



I use 7 Day Shop rechargeables without any problems at all. If they are used constantly they will run down, thats what batteries do!:roll:

Cheap rechargeable batteries die prematurely. Initially they appear to be good but their life span is variable and usually short lived. Avoid!

If you buy reputable major brands, you'll have a consistent even output when you use two or more. It really is false economy to put **** batteries in your kit!

Argos rechargeables (Uniross) have never let me down. Had some for over 10 years, still going! (obviously I've recharged them once or twice...)

:o)

i bought a few packs of these over a year ago and they are still going strong and for £1.99 a pack you can't go wrong. Im also using the Aldi ones that were a bit more expensive (2.49) and they power my mouse, keyboard and a load of other stuff no problem. Bare in mind though that you have to charge them properly as most older chargers were only built for charging NI-CD batteries.

Too cheap to bother with...

just pay a little extra and get some Vapextech rechargeables. they last ages :thumbsup:

had mine 4 years and there still going strong after 1000+ charges :thumbsup:

just picked up 6 pack AA, 2 pack AAA & 2 9v batteries and should be enough to run power hungry mouses, wii remotes & other gadgets

thanks OP

Only in-store ?? :?



you_never_know

Only in-store ?? :?

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