Varta Ready2Use Rechargeable Batteries AA / AAA Pack of 4 + 2 year guarantee - £4.99 (Free Click & Collect) @ Screwfix
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Varta Ready2Use Rechargeable Batteries AA / AAA Pack of 4 + 2 year guarantee - £4.99 (Free Click & Collect) @ Screwfix

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Posted 2nd Mar
Decent offer on these high-quality rechargable Varta batteries which come with 2 year manufacturer guarantee. AA are 2100mAh and AAA are 800mAh.

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Varta Ready2Use Rechargeable Batteries AA / AAA Pack of 4

Save money by replacing disposable with rechargeable batteries. Will hold up to 75% of the charge after 12 months without use. Long lasting energy ideal for everyday battery-operated products. Conveniently pre-charged and ready to use straight from the pack. Can be charged in all types of battery charger.

  • 2 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee
  • Pre-Charged & Ready to Use
  • Universal Charging
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Picked loads of these up when they were 2.98 a couple of months ago. Can't say this is that good a deal.
madball02/03/2020 20:41

Voted cold, Lidl have 4x 2400mah AA rechargeables for £2.99 at the moment


What's the point voting cold? Is it relevant the Lidl ones are cheaper? While the Lidl ones are good, you compare a supermarket name with a leader in making batteries with a lot of history behind. Not everything is cheap is good.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 2nd Mar
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Picked loads of these up when they were 2.98 a couple of months ago. Can't say this is that good a deal.
I thought this was there norm price
DryUrEyesMate02/03/2020 20:10

I thought this was there norm price


They have been £8.29 for the past 2 months to my knowledge.
asl979102/03/2020 20:00

Picked loads of these up when they were 2.98 a couple of months ago. Can't …Picked loads of these up when they were 2.98 a couple of months ago. Can't say this is that good a deal.


£1.25 a cell for a local source of new chemistry NIMHs is a good, but not outstanding price.

I stocked up on them at £3 a pack too.
Voted cold, Lidl have 4x 2400mah AA rechargeables for £2.99 at the moment
madball02/03/2020 20:41

Voted cold, Lidl have 4x 2400mah AA rechargeables for £2.99 at the moment


What's the point voting cold? Is it relevant the Lidl ones are cheaper? While the Lidl ones are good, you compare a supermarket name with a leader in making batteries with a lot of history behind. Not everything is cheap is good.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 2nd Mar
Not voting as usually the deal for these is £3.00, they are £4.99 most of the time and occasionally go up to their RRP. Good batteries and good price by the way.
In fact I've changed my mind, they have been once or twice £3, but more often on sale at £4.99, so voted hot!
Edited by: "sheffield788" 2nd Mar
sheffield78802/03/2020 20:46

Not voting as usually the deal for these is £3.00, they are £4.99 most of t …Not voting as usually the deal for these is £3.00, they are £4.99 most of the time and occasionally go up to their RRP. Good batteries and good price by the way.In fact I've changed my mind, they have been once or twice £3, but more often on sale at £4.99, so voted hot!


Ta @sheffield788
asl979102/03/2020 20:00

Picked loads of these up when they were 2.98 a couple of months ago. Can't …Picked loads of these up when they were 2.98 a couple of months ago. Can't say this is that good a deal.


Oh I missed that one!
High capacity ones are cheaper on Amazon. Don't know why anyone would buy these. Voted cold.
amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
Sarthak_Bhatia02/03/2020 23:59

High capacity ones are cheaper on Amazon. Don't know why anyone would buy …High capacity ones are cheaper on Amazon. Don't know why anyone would buy these. Voted cold.https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07ZZCX6K6/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A154VOJZMH9IIB&psc=1


Why anyone will buy these? Because Varta is one of the best brands in making batteries, this is what they do since before 1900. You can't compare german technology with Green Cell, what kind of brand is that? Green Cell more than likely will not last as long as Varta before needing charging again. Is like comparing Sony with Bush. Higher capacity does not means better. All my 'no name' rechargeable apart from the Lidl ones failed me so far, while the branded ones are still going strong.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 3rd Mar
Currently Lidl’s have their version for £2.99 and they are excellent batteries.
sheffield78802/03/2020 20:45

What's the point voting cold? Is it relevant the Lidl ones are cheaper? …What's the point voting cold? Is it relevant the Lidl ones are cheaper? While the Lidl ones are good, you compare a supermarket name with a leader in making batteries with a lot of history behind. Not everything is cheap is good.


It is relevant that the Lidl ones are cheaper.They are only £2.99 and are very good batteries.
I have Varta and Lidl 9V batteries, and the performance of the Lidl one is as good as the Varta.
Don't have any Varta AA or AAA, but I suspect the Lidl ones I have, would be as good as these Varta ones.
Not voting either way.
Edited by: "stamfordblue" 3rd Mar
stamfordblue03/03/2020 08:19

It is relevant that the Lidl ones are cheaper.They are only £2.99 and are …It is relevant that the Lidl ones are cheaper.They are only £2.99 and are very good batteries.I have Varta and Lidl 9V batteries, and the performance of the Lidl one is as good as the Varta.Don't have any Varta AA or AAA, but I suspect the Lidl ones I have, would be as good as these Varta ones.Not voting either way.


I do have the Lidl ones too and are good. And the price is good too. I also have the Varta ones and are good too. Last longer than the Lidl ones, but not a big difference.
My argument was why voting cold? This is a good price.
sheffield78803/03/2020 08:45

I do have the Lidl ones too and are good. And the price is good too. I …I do have the Lidl ones too and are good. And the price is good too. I also have the Varta ones and are good too. Last longer than the Lidl ones, but not a big difference.My argument was why voting cold? This is a good price.


People probably voting cold because the Lidl ones are virtually as good and only £2.99...
stamfordblue03/03/2020 09:04

People probably voting cold because the Lidl ones are virtually as good …People probably voting cold because the Lidl ones are virtually as good and only £2.99...


The Lidl ones are good for the money. But they discharge quicker than Varta, I have them both. Over time Varta may last longer too. Moreover, with the Varta ones, you can do c&c or check stock on line. With the Lidl ones is a gamble, you have to go in store. I went before in store when the Lidl ones were posted here. 5 trips and I only found them twice. I am not saying the Lidl ones are bad, but out of 8 I have, one failed me. In 2 years. I have Varta since 3 years ago and none failed. Out of all batteries out there and considering the price, Lidl and Ikea ones are my second choice, I found them reliable. But Varta is my first choice at this price.

Even if the Lidl ones will be a better choice, if they run OOS, this will be the best next choice. Voting cold will make people pay no attention to this and miss a good deal.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 3rd Mar
Not tried these, but the IKEA ones are really good. They last 4 months in my trail camera.
merb078602/03/2020 20:25

They have been £8.29 for the past 2 months to my knowledge.


Not at screwfix.
merb078603/03/2020 15:23

Yes they have.


Really when? As I’ve only seen them at £2.99 and £4.99, the £8.29 is just there rrp price which is probably about 5yrs old and its just them doing there marketing scam.
Edited by: "DryUrEyesMate" 3rd Mar
madball02/03/2020 20:41

Voted cold, Lidl have 4x 2400mah AA rechargeables for £2.99 at the moment


Lidl ones are no good in my opinion had too many failures from them
abusaleh03/03/2020 08:06

Currently Lidl’s have their version for £2.99 and they are excellent ba …Currently Lidl’s have their version for £2.99 and they are excellent batteries.


Disagree they are not great I'm afraid
sheffield78802/03/2020 20:45

What's the point voting cold? Is it relevant the Lidl ones are cheaper? …What's the point voting cold? Is it relevant the Lidl ones are cheaper? While the Lidl ones are good, you compare a supermarket name with a leader in making batteries with a lot of history behind. Not everything is cheap is good.


Agreed
madball02/03/2020 20:41

Voted cold, Lidl have 4x 2400mah AA rechargeables for £2.99 at the moment


Are they the same quality?
Sorry for stupid question but does 1 need a specialist charger to charge these?
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