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Tronic Rechargeable Batteries 8 pack 2400mAh AA/AAA @ Lidl stores
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Tronic Rechargeable Batteries 8 pack 2400mAh AA/AAA @ Lidl stores

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Posted 19th Dec 2019Available: National

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Bought both of these previously and they come in very handy especially at Christmas!
From Sunday 29 December

2400mAh

1.2V pre-charged batteries – ready to use

Up to 1,000 charge cycles

Charging time: 7 hours

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27 Comments
That looks a very good price for 2400 mAh. Anyone have experience of them, I usually use 7Dayshop good2go ones but don't often see them on offer anywhere near this price?
I wish there was access to a stock checker somewhere. I want these but my local never has them and not worth driving to the next one away unless I know they definitely have them. Will this be on a normal aisle/caddy or in a locked cabinet?
Edited by: "lasuil" 19th Dec 2019
lasuil19/12/2019 16:47

I wish there was access to a stock checker somewhere. I want these but my …I wish there was access to a stock checker somewhere. I want these but my local never has them and not worth driving to the next one away unless I know they definitely have them. Will this be on a normal aisle/caddy or in a locked cabinet?


They are usually in the normal Middle of Lidl isles, don't forget from 29th!
Dealer-Wheeler19/12/2019 15:40

That looks a very good price for 2400 mAh. Anyone have experience of them, …That looks a very good price for 2400 mAh. Anyone have experience of them, I usually use 7Dayshop good2go ones but don't often see them on offer anywhere near this price?


They are really good, I use them in my battery powered lights at Xmas and they last a few evenings before needing recharge
Is much better pay 3 £ more for 2 sets batteries from Ikea (this 2000+ mAh).

1000mAh it is too small for any usage other as remote.
mcexpertss19/12/2019 17:13

Is much better pay 3 £ more for 2 sets batteries from Ikea (this 2000+ …Is much better pay 3 £ more for 2 sets batteries from Ikea (this 2000+ mAh).1000mAh it is too small for any usage other as remote.


These are 2400mAh
I'll update details
Edited by: "Haylhoo" 19th Dec 2019
Haylhoo19/12/2019 16:54

They are really good, I use them in my battery powered lights at Xmas and …They are really good, I use them in my battery powered lights at Xmas and they last a few evenings before needing recharge


Thanks @Haylhoo , will give them a go...on the 29th!
Haylhoo19/12/2019 17:16

These are 2400mAhI'll update details


If is this same quality as previously sold tronics, advertised as 2400, is real 1100-1200 after 50-60 charges.
Never had much luck with these, most of mine have been recycled due to leakage or refusing to charge
zwarder19/12/2019 17:26

Never had much luck with these, most of mine have been recycled due to …Never had much luck with these, most of mine have been recycled due to leakage or refusing to charge


That's unlucky. Had mine about 18mths now used for 2x xmas and for other stuff in-between, they are fine
Can anyone recommend a charger ?
ssc119/12/2019 17:35

Can anyone recommend a charger ?


We have a Duracell one that came with batteries, charges 4x both sizes and send to charge pretty quickly
zwarder19/12/2019 17:26

Never had much luck with these, most of mine have been recycled due to …Never had much luck with these, most of mine have been recycled due to leakage or refusing to charge


I'm the same as you high failure rate for sure and wouldn't recommend and also them plastic sleeves on them are hard to fit into some devices so bear that in mind
cliosport6519/12/2019 19:57

I'm the same as you high failure rate for sure and wouldn't recommend and …I'm the same as you high failure rate for sure and wouldn't recommend and also them plastic sleeves on them are hard to fit into some devices so bear that in mind


Lidl are great with guarantees so always keep hold of the receipt
Haylhoo19/12/2019 20:23

Lidl are great with guarantees so always keep hold of the receipt


Not so easy if it's after the 12 months
My main issue with rechargeables is that they are often too big to fit into the device. That never seems to be a problem with the disposables but it is annoying.
banjomike19/12/2019 21:23

My main issue with rechargeables is that they are often too big to fit …My main issue with rechargeables is that they are often too big to fit into the device. That never seems to be a problem with the disposables but it is annoying.


AmazonBasic ones are fine
zwarder19/12/2019 17:26

Never had much luck with these, most of mine have been recycled due to …Never had much luck with these, most of mine have been recycled due to leakage or refusing to charge


I had Varta AAs purchased from Screwfix which I had replaced twice because each time one battery became dead and wouldn't charge. I googled how to charge a dead battery.

Connected the positive and negative terminals of the dead battery to the equivalent terminals on a charged battery a few times just using two long screws. It added enough charge to the dead battery that the charger then recognised it and it charged. I was amazed that it worked and maybe it was just a fluke, but maybe worth a try before you bin a dead rechargeable battery.
PGS19/12/2019 22:06

I had Varta AAs purchased from Screwfix which I had replaced twice because …I had Varta AAs purchased from Screwfix which I had replaced twice because each time one battery became dead and wouldn't charge. I googled how to charge a dead battery. Connected the positive and negative terminals of the dead battery to the equivalent terminals on a charged battery a few times just using two long screws. It added enough charge to the dead battery that the charger then recognised it and it charged. I was amazed that it worked and maybe it was just a fluke, but maybe worth a try before you bin a dead rechargeable battery.



I had a few dead batteries that wouldnt charge in my 7 day shop charger. Thought I would try a better charger just in case..... After getting a Vapex charger they all charged, annoyed that I might of thrown some perfectly good batteries away though.
McHotpoon19/12/2019 22:12

I had a few dead batteries that wouldnt charge in my 7 day shop charger. …I had a few dead batteries that wouldnt charge in my 7 day shop charger. Thought I would try a better charger just in case..... After getting a Vapex charger they all charged, annoyed that I might of thrown some perfectly good batteries away though.


I read that in order to recharge, the battery needs to have a small amount of charge remaining and if it becomes completely drained it is not recognised by the charger. So that could explain why my method seemed to work and perhaps some chargers can read smaller amounts of charge remaining in a battery. Advice seems to be not to let them drain completely.
Excellent
I would prefer Ikea or amazon after seeing a few comparison tests online they seem to be good value for money compared to others. I used to have a lot of maplin one they held up nicely but now i just keep buying amazon ones..
Edited by: "Pisnahuj" 20th Dec 2019
Anyone found these at all. Tried my closest 2 but no sign of them

eventually found them in tollcross
Edited by: "Munkee" 2nd Jan
PGS19/12/2019 22:20

I read that in order to recharge, the battery needs to have a small amount …I read that in order to recharge, the battery needs to have a small amount of charge remaining and if it becomes completely drained it is not recognised by the charger. So that could explain why my method seemed to work and perhaps some chargers can read smaller amounts of charge remaining in a battery. Advice seems to be not to let them drain completely.


Wow, thanks @PGS and @McHotpoon , I was just about to return one of these as it wouldn't charge in my 7dayshop charger (1 out of 16) then read this and just tried adding a bit of charge to my failed one (with an older 'dumb' charger), left it for 20 mins and bingo the 7dayshop 'intelligent' charger is now happy to charge it! I also had disposed of rechargeables in the past that I thought had failed.
McHotpoon19/12/2019 22:12

I had a few dead batteries that wouldnt charge in my 7 day shop charger. …I had a few dead batteries that wouldnt charge in my 7 day shop charger. Thought I would try a better charger just in case..... After getting a Vapex charger they all charged, annoyed that I might of thrown some perfectly good batteries away though.


If you have a charger that varys insize between aa / aaa kinda hotswap them in (7dayshop one myself )

put one that registers in . Slide one that doesn’t register in , in its place in one very smooth motion. Should start very low but has worked for me for about 2 years .

Takes a bit of getting used too but My sons batman lego car drains aaa batteries right down and do this quite a few times
I have never once been able to find these in a lidl :'(
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