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Uniross 2 x D Converters with 2 x AA 2100mAh Hybrio rechargeable batteries £3.92 @ Amazon
Uniross 2 x D Converters with 2 x AA 2100mAh Hybrio rechargeable batteries £3.92 @ Amazon

Uniross 2 x D Converters with 2 x AA 2100mAh Hybrio rechargeable batteries £3.92 @ Amazon

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Ideal for: Ideal in your radios, torches, toys... Supplied with 2 AA, these converters will allow you to turn AA batteries into D batteries in a snap of fingers! Come charged and stay charged for a long time thanks to the HYBRIO technology

* 2 x Uniross Multi-Usage+ AA 2100mAh Batteries
* 2 x Uniross D Cell Convertors
* Multi-Usage+ Hybrio batteries hold their charge for upto a year

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Excellent low self-discharge batteries. Good deal if you need the D-converters, otherwise you are better off buying the equivalent from 7-day shop, which are 4 for £3.99 (without the converters).

andyken;8586424

Excellent low self-discharge batteries. Good deal if you need the … Excellent low self-discharge batteries. Good deal if you need the D-converters, otherwise you are better off buying the equivalent from 7-day shop, which are 4 for £3.99 (without the converters).



Got the link? Looked, but unsuccessfully.

dvdvicar;8593646

Got the link? Looked, but unsuccessfully.




Here's the link:

7dayshop.com/cat…341

But looks like you have to buy 4 packs to get them for £3.99, otherwise the price is £4.49 sorry. :oops:

Thanks for that - still a very good offer.

Unless, strangely, you buy through amazon, where 7dayshop sell them for 3.99 delivered. Go figure...


amazon.co.uk/7da…1-3

Do you think ]these would have the same performance?

dvdvicar;8617720

Do you think ]these would have the same performance?



Not quite. They're not the low self discharge type, although they are higher capacity. The trouble with them is that as soon as you've charged them, they start discharging themselves. OK if you will use them flat out immediately, but if you plan to use them over a period of weeks, or leave in a drawer until needed, they will only have a partial charge left. They new technology ones posted by the OP will maintain most of their charge over a far longer period, typically months. Far more usable, but also tend to be more expensive. They do though make a realistic alternative to alkaline.
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