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Ultralast 40 Pack Of Advanced Long Lasting Alkaline AA Batteries, £6.99 Delivered @ Play
Ultralast 40 Pack Of Advanced Long Lasting Alkaline AA Batteries, £6.99 Delivered @ Play

Ultralast 40 Pack Of Advanced Long Lasting Alkaline AA Batteries, £6.99 Delivered @ Play

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Advanced chemistry designed for digital and electronic devices
Combines performance, value, quality and technology
No of Batteries in Pack : 40 AA
Voltage : 1.5V

7 Comments

bargin

first sight it looks like a bargain, but ive bought these from play in the past and their next to useless.. for alkaline batteries their a waste of space and where flat in no time, in fact i put a set in a camera and they wouldnt even power the camera up

kiffy;8930333

first sight it looks like a bargain, but ive bought these from play in … first sight it looks like a bargain, but ive bought these from play in the past and their next to useless.. for alkaline batteries their a waste of space and where flat in no time, in fact i put a set in a camera and they wouldnt even power the camera up



Thank you.

Wow! With a name so cleverly thought up like (drum roll...) 'ULTRALAST' they must be fantastic! I bet when you get them home and open up the pack a voice over guy says "Ultralaaaaaast! - THE name in high power. When you need batteries that last - buy ULTRALAST." Kettle drums then beat furiously and the opening bars to 2001: A Space Odyssey kick in...

:-D

Best bet if you want cheap alkaline batteries......

£1 for 6 Kodak alkaline batteries (AA or AAA) from Poundland.... Works out cheaper than this deal (42 for £7)

I use them all the time in my Wii and as far as I can tell, seem to last as long as Duracell.

Reviews good but leaking batteries ???????
From Play.com site ......
Customer rating: 5 out of 5 stars Outstanding
NeoNeil | 28/09/2009 | See all NeoNeil's reviews (1) »
I had the same problem as the user below me but other than that Ultralast is a fantastic brand of AA

Customer rating: 4 out of 5 stars Good but leaked
Lynne01 | 31/08/2009 | See all Lynne01's reviews (2) »
I have used quite a few of these and have been a fan of them until i returned from holiday and found that the remote control on my micro helicopter didnt work (Atlas Pico from Play.com). When I opened the hand control, two of the six ultralast batteries had leaked all over the insides making quite a mess. I managed to clean it out and get it working but i am a bit nervous of using them again. They had been in the control for about 4 weeks only.

Phsycronix

Wow! With a name so cleverly thought up like (drum roll...) 'ULTRALAST' … Wow! With a name so cleverly thought up like (drum roll...) 'ULTRALAST' they must be fantastic! I bet when you get them home and open up the pack a voice over guy says "Ultralaaaaaast! - THE name in high power. When you need batteries that last - buy ULTRALAST." Kettle drums then beat furiously and the opening bars to 2001: A Space Odyssey kick in...:-D



Your point being? I'm all for a bit of humour but given that your post follows one that says the batteries are poor quality your comments were confusing and unhelpful (at least for me).
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