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Tronic AA and AAA Rechargeable Batteries £2.99 @ Lidl
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Tronic AA and AAA Rechargeable Batteries £2.99 @ Lidl

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Posted 6th Nov 2018Edited by:"mmachine"

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The AA Batteries are 2400 mAh pretty decent amount of power, decent price for pretty good batteries
I could use some new batteries for my Xbox controller, are these any good?
Th3.Ripper52 s ago

I could use some new batteries for my Xbox controller, are these any good?


Yes
Th3.Ripper06/11/2018 21:46

I could use some new batteries for my Xbox controller, are these any good?


Yes made in Germany and run at the stated capacity, a bit later on in the comments you will get people saying how these are rubbish and you should only buy eneloops, take no notice. These are excellent value for money and not had a battery fail to date.
Edited by: "SOUTHWALES" 7th Nov 2018
That will do for me, thank you for replying
Hot, particularly for the AA ones. May not run at the stated capacity, but even so, still good value for money. Used them and so far happy with the purchase. Don't think you can find a better price for rechargeable batteries. The only better deal in my opinion is if Varta comes on sale again at Screwfix for £3.49. Voted hot!
Edited by: "sheffield788" 6th Nov 2018
some people still think Lidl only sell cheap low price stuff, however a lot of the stuff that they sell, like these batteries and many electronic stuff,things like glue, stationary etc are actually high quality German products, much better quality than similar products what you find in Tesco,Sainsburys,etc
sheffield78806/11/2018 22:41

Hot, particularly for the AA ones. May not run at the stated capacity, but …Hot, particularly for the AA ones. May not run at the stated capacity, but even so, still good value for money. Used them and so far happy with the purchase. Don't think you can find a better price for rechargeable batteries. The only better deal in my opinion is if Varta comes on sale again at Screwfix for £3.49. Voted hot!


I paid £7 for Energizer AAA rechargeable... should I return and get these?
kwg41 m ago

I paid £7 for Energizer AAA rechargeable... should I return and get these?


Don't know what to say. I've got about 70 rechargeable (for kids toys), about 6 different brands. After recharging these over the past 2 years I have only 2 that do not work anymore. Both Energizer. This does not means Energizer is not good, it is normal some to fail, especially if you use fast charging like I do. £7 is not necessarily expensive, but you can get Varta from Screwfix for about £5, sometimes on sale for £3.50, I believe Varta are better than Energizer. For less than half of what you've paid you can get these from Lidl, probably not better quality, but better value, I think 2 sets of these will last longer than a set of Energizer and will cost you less. Also, you can get JCB from Home Bargains for £3.99, can't comment on quality but the ones I have seem decent. However, one important factor is the capacity of the battery, the bigger, the better.
these look different from the ones i have - was there not a thing about how there are 2 different LSD varieties and one is much better than the other?
ones i have are a bit fatter than average as well
sheffield78806/11/2018 22:41

Hot, particularly for the AA ones. May not run at the stated capacity, but …Hot, particularly for the AA ones. May not run at the stated capacity, but even so, still good value for money. Used them and so far happy with the purchase. Don't think you can find a better price for rechargeable batteries. The only better deal in my opinion is if Varta comes on sale again at Screwfix for £3.49. Voted hot!


The Varta batts at screwfix are lower capacity.
SOUTHWALES07/11/2018 07:59

The Varta batts at screwfix are lower capacity.


Don't know how much lower, but if only slightly, is worth a try, they will function at their stated capacity.
I assume saying pre-charged means these are low self discharge?
SOUTHWALES06/11/2018 22:16

Yes made in Germany and run at the stated capacity, a bit later on in the …Yes made in Germany and run at the stated capacity, a bit later on in the comments you will get people saying how these are rubbish and you should only buy eneloops, take no notice. These are excellent value for money and not had a battery fail to date.


Good value but they can be quite fragile and lose capacity. B & M have the Panasonic semi eneloop type at £3 for 2, the AAA being the good value ones with 1600 charge cycles
Edited by: "LadyEleanor" 7th Nov 2018
LadyEleanor18 h, 29 m ago

Good value but they can be quite fragile and lose capacity. B & M have …Good value but they can be quite fragile and lose capacity. B & M have the Panasonic semi eneloop type at £3 for 2, the AAA being the good value ones with 1600 charge cycles


Lol, I did say give it a few comments.
sheffield78807/11/2018 08:39

Don't know how much lower, but if only slightly, is worth a try, they will …Don't know how much lower, but if only slightly, is worth a try, they will function at their stated capacity.


Or just pop into Lidl and get these low self discharge batteries, no waiting for offer prices from screwfix etc and buying batts of lower capacity.
SOUTHWALES45 m ago

Or just pop into Lidl and get these low self discharge batteries, no …Or just pop into Lidl and get these low self discharge batteries, no waiting for offer prices from screwfix etc and buying batts of lower capacity.


I only found these batteries once at Lidl, and every single time I stop at Lidl I look for these as I believe are good value. I guess it is a gamble too, you may not find them. You suggested you are expecting comments about the capacity of these. I've mentioned in a previous comment and now again, these are good value even if they do not run at the stated capacity.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 8th Nov 2018
Nice price. I normally go for Vapextech (instant) or the 7dayshop (Good to go) rechargeables as they are normally pretty good value (but not as cheap as these) with a high capacity and no failures since I started buying them about 5 years ago.
Edited by: "theyiddo" 9th Nov 2018
Plenty in stock at Swalwell, Gateshead yesterday including rechargeable 9V rectangular type.

The AA look quite fat, even compared with some other rechargeable brands, but I've not found anything they don't fit in yet.
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