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UltraMax Rechargeable Ni-Cd AA Batteries - £1 Instore @ PoundLand
UltraMax Rechargeable Ni-Cd AA Batteries - £1 Instore @ PoundLand

UltraMax Rechargeable Ni-Cd AA Batteries - £1 Instore @ PoundLand

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UltraMax Rechargeable Ni-Cd AA Batteries

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Charge upto 1000 x
R6/Size AA
Ni-CD 800 mAh

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cheers doc :thumbsup:

Or splash out another 99p and lidls often have 4x2500mAh batteries, they should last 3 times as long!

get your self some 3000mah

wouldn't touch ni-cad anymore, go for nimh, ni-cad are toxic, and nimh lasts 3 times as long.

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the enegerizer ones that came with my charger are 1300mah and nimh... and they last ages so i'm definatly gonna check out the ones at lidl, thanks androo +rep

@dude, what do you mean toxic? you mean if you put them in your mouth?

It's a good deal ' TheDoc ' . Voted hot .
The only reason I wont buy NiCads normally is because they have 'memory' when charging,but at this price ...........

TheDoc

the enegerizer ones that came with my charger are 1300mah and nimh... and … the enegerizer ones that came with my charger are 1300mah and nimh... and they last ages so i'm definatly gonna check out the ones at lidl, thanks androo [email protected], what do you mean toxic? you mean if you put them in your mouth?



ooh thanks! does that mean i get a little green box! :thumbsup:

3000mAh - that sounds quite optimistic..bet they are more than £1.99 per 4-pack.

Lidl's dont always have batteries for sale, its like all their deals grab em whilst you can!

Hybrid rechargeables are the future, but available now! Hybrio by Uniross or Eneloop by Sanyo. The Hybrio are VERY cheap on Amazon (you can get 2 batteries plus a charger for just £2.65, buy 6 and you get 12 batteries and SIX chargers for £15.90 delivered). They come ready to use and unlike evn the really high-powered 'ordinary' rechargeables lose VERY little charge even if left unused for 12 months (they will still retain approx 70% of their charge after a year of non-use).

amazon.co.uk/Uni…8-1
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