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Stock up for all those new Xmas toys! Energiser Eco Advanced now half price in Sainsburys. 8 pack AA £4
Stock up for all those new Xmas toys! Energiser Eco Advanced now half price in Sainsburys. 8 pack AA £4

Stock up for all those new Xmas toys! Energiser Eco Advanced now half price in Sainsburys. 8 pack AA £4

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All those new toys and they never come with the batteries they need. Get stocked up now to save any disappointed faces!

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Seems like a good price

Any idea if these are alkaline? Website doesn't indicate

Original Poster

yes they are, quote taken from energiser website "Energizer® EcoAdvanced® AA and AAA batteries are our highest performing, most responsible alkaline batteries"

I saw these Varta ones in Screwfix and thought they were a decent buy. I looked them up on a battery testing forum and they seemed decent. 24 for £7.99

screwfix.com/p/v…15k

Surely folk use rechargeable batteries these days for toys? Or am I missing a trick?

ellie27

Surely folk use rechargeable batteries these days for toys? Or am I … Surely folk use rechargeable batteries these days for toys? Or am I missing a trick?



You are missing a trick.

Saw these cheap the other day but reviews aren't great so bought the Duracell industrial ones.

eslick

You are missing a trick. Saw these cheap the other day but reviews aren't … You are missing a trick. Saw these cheap the other day but reviews aren't great so bought the Duracell industrial ones.



So rechargeable batteries are not as good for toys? Normal batteries best? You confused me. I have, and do not intend to buy these 'deal' batteries as I always get rechargeables for the kids toys.
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ellie27

So rechargeable batteries are not as good for toys? Normal batteries … So rechargeable batteries are not as good for toys? Normal batteries best? You confused me. I have, and do not intend to buy these 'deal' batteries as I always get rechargeables for the kids toys.I



I was being a little sarcastic thought you were. If they work for you then that's great, but many find they drain to quick, we have lots of rechargeable high strength but use non rechargeable when we have too
Edited by: "eslick" 11th Dec 2016

Or you can get a charger for normal alkaline batteries which is what I've just done

Mikey1610

Or you can get a charger for normal alkaline batteries which is what I've … Or you can get a charger for normal alkaline batteries which is what I've just done



I just googled that and unbelievably I can recharge some Alkaline batteries!!

haritori

I just googled that and unbelievably I can recharge some Alkaline … I just googled that and unbelievably I can recharge some Alkaline batteries!!



​watts clever smart battery charger - they're a tenner on Amazon

How do you know which non rechargeable batteries you can charge?

£2.25 in my local SP'Asda have been for a few weeks and have stocked up (AAA 7 quid odd though!)

These are better than Duracell, hot.

don't buy energiser, had some rechargeable batteries that only lasted around 10 charges. contacted them and they didn't want to know.
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