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Uniross Hybrio AA/AAA Charger +4AA +2AAA+ Free WWF Panda Keyring Back at Amazon £6.99 Delivered Amazon Prime or Make up to £14.94 for Free Delivery!
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Product Features

* Charges 2 or 4 x AA, 2 or 4 x AAA, or 1 or 2 x PP3
* Will charge Ni-Cd or Ni-MH rechargeable batteries
* Automatic timer
* Includes 4 x Uniross Hybrio 2100mAh Ni-MH AAs & 2

* Ultra compact
* Easy to use
* Timer charger
* Comes with 4 AA & 2 AAA Hybrio batteries
* batteries ready to use straight from pack
* Charges AA and AAA size batteries

Technical Details

Compact
Easy to use
Timer charger
Comes with 4 AA & 2 AAA Hybrio batteries

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Manufacturer's Description
Uniross Hybrio Xpress 300 Charger +4AA +2AAA+ Free WWF Panda Keyring

Product Description
The Uniross Compact Fast Charger is supplied with 4 x Hybrio AA Ni-MH pre-charged batteries, and 2 x Hybrio AAA Ni-MH pre-charged batteries. The charger can be used to charge 2 or 4 x AA, 2 or 4 x AAA and 1 or 2 x PP3 (9 volt block) type cells. The charger has a timer for AA and AAA batteries. Ideal for use with all high power equipment including digital cameras, flashguns etc.

hotukdeals.com/ite…s-/

Was about to bump this ^.

Could be some useful info there for people interested.

Silly question perhaps, can I charge these batteries using my uniross 90 minute charger from the recent mymemory deal?

Imagine what impact Uniross sealing all these baby pandas in battery charger blister packs is goin to do for the population. It's an outrage.

fyi you would be 96p short for free delivery
need a filler

Benjimoron;3136405

Silly question perhaps, can I charge these batteries using my uniross 90 … Silly question perhaps, can I charge these batteries using my uniross 90 minute charger from the recent mymemory deal?




Yes you can, but it is always better to use a slow charger that auto-stops once the batteries are fully charged (the batteries last longer that way).

Whats so special about HYBRIO compared to ordinary rechargables?

Gollywood;3136668

Whats so special about HYBRIO compared to ordinary rechargables?



Benjimoron;3136353

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/233959/uniross-charger-6-hybrio-batteries-/Was about to bump this ^.Could be some useful info there for people interested.

alien7;3136560

Yes you can, but it is always better to use a slow charger that … Yes you can, but it is always better to use a slow charger that auto-stops once the batteries are fully charged (the batteries last longer that way).



The Xpress 300 has a 9 hour timer and charges AA's at 300Mah so it may be a little long for these batteries, I agree that I prefer long and slow rather than short and fast.

I have a 150Mah charger that I use for lot of my batteries.

How much do 4 Hybrio AA batteries on on their own cost?

Thanks for re-posting, I missed out on these last time.

Ordered with the 3 for £10 DVD's for free delivery too :thumbsup:

solid;3136811

How much do 4 Hybrio AA batteries on on their own cost?



]2100mAh £7.99

Original Poster

Benjimoron;3136353

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/233959/uniross-charger-6-hybrio-batteries-/Was about to bump this ^.Could be some useful info there for people interested.

Thanks Benjimoron It's very useful to look back through older threads for information sometimes

custardy;3136551

fyi you would be 96p short for free deliveryneed a filler

Thanks for correcting me :oops:

amanda f;3136832

Thanks for re-posting, I missed out on these last time. Ordered with the … Thanks for re-posting, I missed out on these last time. Ordered with the 3 for £10 DVD's for free delivery too :thumbsup:

So did I :w00t: But thanks to bingsy for the thread up there too ^

Fat Bird;3136877

]2100mAh £7.99

These are excellent batteries, I've only bought one lot before today and even worth it at that price

Gollywood;3136668

Whats so special about HYBRIO compared to ordinary rechargables?



I'm sure you asked this in a previous thread?

PoisonJam;2800388

For people that don't know about these, they're like regular alkaline AAs … For people that don't know about these, they're like regular alkaline AAs (Duracel, Energiser etc.) that you can charge! They don't lose their charge in a matter of days like regular rechargeable (NiMH) batteries but instead last weeks only loosing charge very, very slowly and they come pre-charged in the pack. The downside is they can "only" be charged 500 or so times but I personally don't see that being a problem.They can be charged in any regular battery charger, which is a question many people ask.I think people just don't know what these batteries are, never mind the benefits. I use them in my Sony compact camera and in my Nikon SB500 flash for my DSLR.



Voted hot, great package as it's always useful to have some spare AAAs about!

Voted Hot, Rep added ...Thanks.

I'd have had this if it were 4AAA and 2AA. I have hundreds of AAs.

Scribbles;3137232

I'd have had this if it were 4AAA and 2AA. I have hundreds of AAs.



Well, if you also want hundreds of AAA Hybrios as well, you probably could not do better than buy loose batteries from ]these people (10 AAA Hybrios for £1.20 each or 40 for £1 each - delivered).

what are these batteries good for though? I dont really understand hybrio batteries - cameras etc?

charlene265;3137403

what are these batteries good for though? I dont really understand hybrio … what are these batteries good for though? I dont really understand hybrio batteries - cameras etc?



Read above, the answer is there.

hotukdeals.com/ite…=15

so am I better off with these for my digi cam rather than my uniross 2700 rechargeable ones I already have which arent that good? Thanks

Amazon UK have a very clever business model.

1. Reduce a price (probably after squeezing the supplier?) so that lots of people order the item.
2. After a week or so, put the price back up.
3. When people sort by "best selling", guess which product come to the top of the list!
4. Amazon sell more of the item at full price.

As long as you know this (and I'm sure most HUKDers do), you won't pay more than you need to. However, it means that you have to hold back from being an impulsive buyer - especially on the more expensive items.

websearcher;3137356

Well, if you also want hundreds of AAA Hybrios as well, you probably … Well, if you also want hundreds of AAA Hybrios as well, you probably could not do better than buy loose batteries from ]these people (10 AAA Hybrios for £1.20 each or 40 for £1 each - delivered).



Thanks, although just a few will suffice

charlene265;3137420

so am I better off with these for my digi cam rather than my uniross 2700 … so am I better off with these for my digi cam rather than my uniross 2700 rechargeable ones I already have which arent that good? Thanks



If, like me, you don't always have a chance or forget to charge your batteries in advance these are much better!

Before I got my DSLR my Sony compact camera would sit for weeks without use, meaning that I'd have to charge my batteries the night before - no use if I decided to go somewhere on impulse. No with these though, the charge will still be there even after a few weeks of non-use.

Now I have my DSLR the same applies to my off-board flash. It is seldom used but when i do need to use it these batteries still have charge from the last time and last for ages.

charlene265;3137420

so am I better off with these for my digi cam rather than my uniross 2700 … so am I better off with these for my digi cam rather than my uniross 2700 rechargeable ones I already have which arent that good? Thanks


The reason is probably that these batteries are going flat when you are not using the camera. Hybrid batteries (such as Uniross Hybrios, Sanyo Eneloop, Sony Cycle Energy, etc.) hold their charge when not being used.

Thanks PoisonJam and Websearcher, repped you both.

websearcher;3137356

Well, if you also want hundreds of AAA Hybrios as well, you probably … Well, if you also want hundreds of AAA Hybrios as well, you probably could not do better than buy loose batteries from ]these people (10 AAA Hybrios for £1.20 each or 40 for £1 each - delivered).



Great post! Exactly what I was looking for. :thumbsup:

charlene265;3137537

Thanks PoisonJam and Websearcher, repped you both.


Thank you.

RedSkywalker;3137797

Great post! Exactly what I was looking for. :thumbsup:


You're welcome.:)

These batteries are great for low drain usage, long term storage or infrequent usage. If you need a lot of quick power for a days photo shoot (for example) surely higher rated 2800mha batteries would get you more shots before they die? (these Hybrios have a mere 2100 capacity). :thinking:

popoyaya;3139216

These batteries are great for low drain usage, long term storage or … These batteries are great for low drain usage, long term storage or infrequent usage. If you need a lot of quick power for a days photo shoot (for example) surely higher rated 2800mha batteries would get you more shots before they die? (these Hybrios have a mere 2100 capacity). :thinking:



If they're used instantly after charge then a higher rated battery is better. But if you want to use them over a few weeks or start to use them a few weeks after they were charged then these will be better.

Most people will either take a few weeks to fully use the batteries or will charge them and not use them for a few weeks, leave them in a drawer for the day they decide to use them. These are therefore better.

Eneloops for the win or Hybrios.

Chanser;3141191

Eneloops for the win or Hybrios.


Huh?

websearcher;3142115

Huh?



I think he means Eneloops are best, followed by Hybrios

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