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Screwfix: Varta Ready2Use Rechargeable AA Batteries 4 Pack 2100mAH £4.99 + £5 del at Screwfix

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Seems to be a really good price. 2100 and Ready2Use. Cheapest I could find!
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I see a lot of varta deals now. Anyone knows how good these are? Thanks
I use them. Long lasting and reliable
I use the amazon basics ones and they're spot on.
Screwfix do free click and collect
seems like a good price for 2100mah ..... heat and ordered... thanks op
These are really good, I have a fair few of them for the kids toys
I've always used these guys over the years for good, long lasting rechargeable's. Saying that, I can't vouch for these particular ones but they seem spot on, value-wise. Slightly less power than the Varta of course. Regarding the Screwfix ones - I'd hate paying more for postage than the item cost so I'd rule them out anyway. Good price if you can collect from a store however.

7dayshop.com/pro…001
2000mAh - Pre-charged AA - £5.49 including delivery.

I've purchased many of their "own brand" batteries and then some Lidl ones. The Lidl's are slowly dying out one-by-one but the 7-day ones are as good as gold - after years and years of use. The best batteries I have EVER owned - bar none. I am now absolutely GUTTED that they no longer seem to do their own brand ones anymore...
Bluemani828/05/2020 17:06

I see a lot of varta deals now. Anyone knows how good these are? Thanks


I've got about 8 different brands and these are the best of all. Varta is specialised in batteries, this is what they do, they have a long history. This is a great price!
Compare youself.

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Edited by: "Diogenes007" 28th May
As a deal still too expensive, I've bought them from screwfix for 2£ and some pennies a few months ago
Phsycronix28/05/2020 19:14

I've always used these guys over the years for good, long lasting …I've always used these guys over the years for good, long lasting rechargeable's. Saying that, I can't vouch for these particular ones but they seem spot on, value-wise. Slightly less power than the Varta of course. Regarding the Screwfix ones - I'd hate paying more for postage than the item cost so I'd rule them out anyway. Good price if you can collect from a store however.https://www.7dayshop.com/products/aa-rechargeable-batteries-nimh-performance-with-long-life-pre-charged-2000mah-capacity-4-pack-gsy-0012000mAh - Pre-charged AA - £5.49 including delivery.I've purchased many of their "own brand" batteries and then some Lidl ones. The Lidl's are slowly dying out one-by-one but the 7-day ones are as good as gold - after years and years of use. The best batteries I have EVER owned - bar none. I am now absolutely GUTTED that they no longer seem to do their own brand ones anymore...


I have some 7 Day Shop AA ones which haven't been used in a while.

I only have a smart charger which isn't that smart as it won't bring them back to life.

I am hoping to.try a trickle charge on a normal charger to get them back to life.
DealJourno03/06/2020 13:46

I have some 7 Day Shop AA ones which haven't been used in a while.I only …I have some 7 Day Shop AA ones which haven't been used in a while.I only have a smart charger which isn't that smart as it won't bring them back to life.I am hoping to.try a trickle charge on a normal charger to get them back to life.



Hi Dealjourno.

Yes, some smart chargers cannot revive a totally flat cell as the voltage is so low that it recognises it as "dead" and ignores it. A non-smart charger may work but the batteries (if been left flat for quite a while) may be beyond repair. You can "zap" a cell with a very brief, higher voltage (causing a spike) to revive them but this can cause the battery to go pop - unless you know what you are doing!
At this price you can get eneloop/fujitsu.
Bluemani828/05/2020 17:06

I see a lot of varta deals now. Anyone knows how good these are? Thanks


As far as I know they make Bosch car batteries.

Varta is well established brand
JohnnyGat03/06/2020 20:55

At this price you can get eneloop/fujitsu.


Seriously?

Tell us where you can find 4x AA for £4.99?

Maybe your referring to the total price inc delivery but that's not really relevant as Screwfix is literally everywhere
teddybeers03/06/2020 22:19

Seriously?Tell us where you can find 4x AA for £4.99?Maybe your referring …Seriously?Tell us where you can find 4x AA for £4.99?Maybe your referring to the total price inc delivery but that's not really relevant as Screwfix is literally everywhere


Ikea LADDA AA x4 are rebranded eneloop pros and available for £5.50. Eneloop/Fujitsu brand is closer to £10 though.
JohnnyGat03/06/2020 22:33

Ikea LADDA AA x4 are rebranded eneloop pros and available for £5.50. …Ikea LADDA AA x4 are rebranded eneloop pros and available for £5.50. Eneloop/Fujitsu brand is closer to £10 though.


First you talking about Eneloop now about Ikea own brand.

I've checked Ikea stuff before and certainly is not re branded Eneloop. Some freaks made some long term test and proved they are only similar but definitely not the same.

What about IKEA postage? It's not like you can quickly just nip in to Ikea behind the corner with their 21 shops in whole country.
Rechargeable lithium batteries in the AA size that give out a constant regulated 1.5 volts due to having inbuilt circuitry......pricey but top banana for products that hate 1.25 volts of normal rechargeable NiMh. Kentli rechargeable lithium polymer in AA and AAA and Tenavolt and Deeleepow lithium ion that contain a 3.7 volt cell regulated to give 1.5 volts so the overall capacity is greater than eneloops and are lighter while still being AA in size.......NiMh........Dead old technology now.
Edited by: "trannyboy" 3rd Jun
teddybeers03/06/2020 22:52

First you talking about Eneloop now about Ikea own brand.I've checked Ikea …First you talking about Eneloop now about Ikea own brand.I've checked Ikea stuff before and certainly is not re branded Eneloop. Some freaks made some long term test and proved they are only similar but definitely not the same.What about IKEA postage? It's not like you can quickly just nip in to Ikea behind the corner with their 21 shops in whole country.


Ikea sourcing their batteries from eneloop is well-established, no point debating what is already well-known. As for the price quoted for this item (£10 inc delivery), it's very close to eneloop. Not sure what else remains to discuss. Good night.
Thanks op just picked some up
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