Tronic Ready To Use Ni-MH Rechargeable Batteries @ LIDL £2.99 (From 12th Nov)
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Tronic Ready To Use Ni-MH Rechargeable Batteries @ LIDL £2.99 (From 12th Nov)

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Found 11th Nov 2015
Pre-charged and ready-to-use
Choose from:
- 4 x AA, 2300 mAh
- 4 x AAA, 950 mAh
- 2 x C, 4000 mAh
- 2 x D, 4500 mAh
- 1 x 9V block, 200 mAh

Offer starts on the 12th.

Seem a very good price for rechargebles. So will be heading to my local Lidl's tomorrow to pick some up for Christmas.

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Original Poster

Full of the cold and didn't check oops. But anyway, went down to Lidl's and picked up some of these batteries today. I also noticed they work in fast chargers.

More than happy with the price and the product.

Went for a drill got these instead, @ 1000mah should be good/versatile. As far as quality time will show.. The 9v ones seemed useful but no need for them atm.

can anyone recommend a decent charger for this? thnx

they are selling the charger to go with them for just £12.99, think it's in an earlier post

At this price it's almost worth buying 50 or so and doing away with disposables completely for all the kid's toys.

are these good ones? must be better than poundland ones...but not as good as Duracell/Energizer/Panasonic

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KrisFerrari

are these good ones? must be better than poundland ones...but not as good … are these good ones? must be better than poundland ones...but not as good as Duracell/Energizer/Panasonic



Well as Duracell and Energizer are 3 times the price. It's worth giving them a try. Even if they lasted half as long you'd be quids in.

bulktrans

can anyone recommend a decent charger for this? thnx



The Lidl charger isnt bad.

These are good, I have loads of them around the household items. I have had them for 2 years now and they are still holding charge. I also have the Tronic charger from Lidl which charges 6 AA and 2 9v blocks.

I believe someone mentioned elsewhere but just a word of warning regards sizing of the Tronic AA 2300s. Having purchased some today and checked them in various devices I found them to be snug or not fitting at all when the device has a cylindrical slot for the battery.

I therefore measured them along with other AA rechargeables I have Including 7 Day Shop and Everlast Hybrio batteries.

Whilst the OD of all other AA rechargeable batteries were circa 14.0mm to 14.2mm, the Tronic batteries were up to 14.5mm in diameter, which explains the problem.

Bought two packs of AAs and whilst tight fits in some items none refused to fit. Decided to charge them on my charger that does each battery indivudually and stops charging when the battery is fully charged. Of the first 4 two were quickly full while the fourth took ages.

Been using the pound land ones for years and never had a problem with them

I don't buy them any more. I measured the last AAA I bought from Lidl and they only held ~600mAh instead of the stated 950. I spent a few pence more on 1100mAh from 7dayshop, which held ~1060mAh. Voted cold.
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