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Uniross Multi-Usage Rechargeable AA (Hybrio) 2100mAh (4pk) £4.99 delivered @ DirectFoto
Uniross Multi-Usage Rechargeable AA  (Hybrio) 2100mAh (4pk)  £4.99 delivered @ DirectFoto

Uniross Multi-Usage Rechargeable AA (Hybrio) 2100mAh (4pk) £4.99 delivered @ DirectFoto

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Bought some of these a while back from here at £6.99. Fast delivery no poblems. The batteries themselves do what they say and keep a good charge.

Name: 4 AA Multi
Capacity: - Size: AA / R6
Technology: Ni-MH
Output voltage: 1,2 V

Ideal for: Ideal for your remote controls, radios, clocks, toys, PC mouse... Come charged and stay charged for a long time thanks to the HYBRIO technology - Replace up to 1000 disposable batteries
Batteries per blister: 4
The Uniross 2100mAh Multi Usage+ Long Life rechargeable AA cells actually retain charge over time instead of losing it, making them perfect to sling in your kit bag for use on location.

21 Comments

Good batteries these.

Quidco also gives 15% cashback on batteries from Directfoto.

siadwell;6142288

Quidco also gives 15% cashback on batteries from Directfoto.



Thanks for pointing this out, I too agree that these are great batteries and do hold charge really well. Also, great price delivered!

Cheers OP! :thumbsup:

Thanks, I just ordered one through Quidco!

Another code for 5% off: WEB5OFF

Can these be recharged using "standard" chargers?

These are the only batteries I use now, ordered a couple of packs, cheers. :thumbsup:

PS, AAA's are the same price too.

Jeff;6245169

Can these be recharged using "standard" chargers?



Yes, they charge in exactly the same way as normal rechargeable's, but discharge more like alkaline's.

Hot from me, just was looking for those, free delivery, 5% off plus quidco - bargain:thumbsup:

Have ordered, but has anyone used this shop before? A lot of their pages seem to have spelling mistakes on? Have used the Egg just incase :thumbsup:

Ordered the AA and AAA and have just got an email saying they are out of stock??

i have a cordless phone tht takes ni-mh 700mah 1.2v

would these be too much power?? :oops:

flexmania;6246892

Ordered the AA and AAA and have just got an email saying they are out of … Ordered the AA and AAA and have just got an email saying they are out of stock??



I ordered an AA and an AAA last night, and got an email saying the AA were being dispatched but no mention of the AAA. I checked my account, and you cannot see the status of orders at the moment - so I don't know if the AAA ones are coming later or not.

broona;6245219

These are the only batteries I use now, ordered a couple of packs, … These are the only batteries I use now, ordered a couple of packs, cheers. :thumbsup:PS, AAA's are the same price too.



Need some advice on AAA's:

The Hybrio 800 mAh are £4.99 - but so are the Encore (Same company as Uniross?) 1000 mAh.

directfoto.co.uk/sho…spx

Which is better?

flexmania;6246892

Ordered the AA and AAA and have just got an email saying they are out of … Ordered the AA and AAA and have just got an email saying they are out of stock??



Just had the same thing, but it doesn't tell me which of the two items is out of stock, ordered AAA and AA's, have emailed them back, may just cancel the order though! Website has loads of spelling mistakes, seems their stock indications aren't accurate, and their emails are vague too. Not great :?

madmandegge;6249289

Just had the same thing, but it doesn't tell me which of the two items is … Just had the same thing, but it doesn't tell me which of the two items is out of stock, ordered AAA and AA's, have emailed them back, may just cancel the order though! Website has loads of spelling mistakes, seems their stock indications aren't accurate, and their emails are vague too. Not great :?



I've ordered AAs and didn't get any out of stock messages - so maybe the AAAs are out of stock.

Sony "hybrio" equivalents are £3.05 in Sainsburys

Which one is better depends on how quickly you use all the power in the battery. When fully charged the 1000mAh batteries have more power in them to use and so should last longer. However the advantage of the hybrio batteries is that they lose very little of their power while you are not using them. If you charge both sorts of batteries then after a few days or maybe a week or so of little or no use then the 800mAh batteries will have much more power still left in them to use. I only use hybrios now for everything high and low power. Things like remote controls or clocks that use little power tradionally were a pain with rechargeables because the batteries were flat after a few weeks, with the hybrios they last almost as well as alkaline batteries. I've had some in a remote for about a year and they have not needed recharging.

madmandegge;6249289

Just had the same thing, but it doesn't tell me which of the two items is … Just had the same thing, but it doesn't tell me which of the two items is out of stock, ordered AAA and AA's, have emailed them back, may just cancel the order though! Website has loads of spelling mistakes, seems their stock indications aren't accurate, and their emails are vague too. Not great :?



Not surprised there are spelling mistakes, as they cannot even spell "Photo" correctly in their name! ;-)

I received today the 4 x AA ones I ordered, but not yet the 4 x AAA. They have, however, charged me for both!

Now £6.49 for AA 4 pack, but still only £4.99 for AAA.
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