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Pack of 4 Maxell AA Alkaline Battery £0.99 (+£4.49 non prime) at Amazon
Posted 11 h, 45 m agoPosted 11 h, 45 m ago
Decent batteries at low cost from amazon. Product Description Maxell 723882 LR6/AA alkaline batteries with O% added mercury and cadmium making them kinder to the environment. B… Read more

This deal at Homebase seems to be still going. Similar price for Duracell. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/8-pack-x-3-24-batteries-duracell-plus-aaa-or-aa-ps489-or-duracell-ultra-aaa-or-aa-ps6-free-click-collect-at-homebase-3723366


Yes order previously at this price. Compared to duracell or energizer they are poor. Probably on par with the cheap panasonic batteries in the cheap stores.


If you are a heavy user the deal listed on here from Amazon for 100 for £11.42 looks a better option.


What makes you say that? I've looked at some reviews and they seem to be average or better, are you commenting from your own experience?


I ordered these before, mines came from Germany just to make you aware, and they take a few days more incase you have an amazon warehouse order, it will come separately probably.

Maxell Alkaline LR6 AA Batteries Box Pack (100 Pack) £11.42 prime (£4.49 p&p non prime) @ Amazon
Posted 15th MayPosted 15th May
£0.11p (11.42p) a battery - Seems cheap Durable alkaline batteries for general devices In practical storage pack includes 100 Batteries Recommended for devices with low batter… Read more

They have to be charged first


Would this be suitable for vibrating massages that my aunty Ann Summers makes.


How dare you! You have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your empty words. (lol)


Cheeky monkey


Is she particularly hairy then?

8 Pack x 3 (24 Batteries) Duracell Plus AAA or AA - £4.89 / or Duracell Ultra AAA or AA - £6 (Free click & collect) @ Homebase
Posted 13th MayPosted 13th May
Some nice Duracell AAA and AA battery offers available at Homebase.... 3 for 2 Single pack £2.45 or 3 packs for £4.89 Duracell Plus AAA Batteries x8 Duracell Plus A… Read more

I made a purchase 4 days ago.I just got email from Homebase that my order was cancelled.😔😔😔


I'd hazard assuming I have something similar. 4 Xbox controllers are 8 batteries, 6 small AA/14500 torches with single batteries (my bigger torches use various Li-Ion batteries exclusively), number of toys (with 2-4 batteries in), remotes I run almost exclusively on Energizer Lithium... not sure, but I think it could be 20-30 batteries. I know it may be considerable expense now, but you will save in the long run (you may start saving in the year's time in my opinion) - please take a look at this comparison: https://budgetlightforum.com/node/70957 People usually (myself included) recommend eneloops for a reason*, but that might be considerable cost to purchase 30 brand accu at once. * that is the average impression, also mine: > My oldest Eneloops are from 2006, so about 13.5 years old. I have 8 of them. I ran a capacity test on all of them just last week. They average just under 1800 mAh. New Eneloops I tested are around 1950 mAh. So, about 8% capacity loss after 13.5 years. Not bad!


Managed to collect 3 packs of the AA ultra. Thanks OP. Incredible price for the best batteries out there.


How many rechargeable do you have? With kids toys. Remotes. Torches. I’d probably need about 20-30 batteries


Showing as not availale for click and collect now (all stores so far as I can see). Instore only.

Energizer AA Batteries, Alkaline Power Double A Batteries, 24 Pack £6.99 (Prime) + £4.49 (non Prime) at Amazon
Posted 7th MayPosted 7th May
24-pack of Energizer Alkaline Power AA batteries Leak-resistant design ensures your batteries won't leak in storage so they're ready when you are Long-lasting power for your fami… Read more

Perfect, that'll go with the pack of AAA that was posted the other day on here. Cheers, OP.


heat :D


Thanks OP


Good price (y)

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HiQuick 8x AA 2800mah rechargeable batteries £8.83 prime / £13.32 non prime @ Amazon
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Posted 5th MayPosted 5th May
Seems a good price for these high capacity batteries from Amazon. Price applied using prime lightning deal and 7% voucher. Product Introduction Size: AA Rechargeable Battery Ty… Read more

Yeah, just save the trouble and get the made in Japan ones (like IKEA LADDA). They are made in the Panasonic (ex Sanyo) factory and able to deliver the rated capacity.


1.5V li-ion AA batteries are amazing if you ask. But got them from alibaba, Doublepow 1600mAh capacity for £1.75 for each one with delivery. Chinese made but amazing batteries. Using everyday and they keep charge, a 1.5V is a bonus, same as micro usb charging port on each battery.


I paid a bit more and got these https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B011RE1JKW/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1


Except the newer & more costlier lithium ion, usb rechargeable at 1.5v & supporting higher current (high drain / sustained Amps) E.g. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07QYM4DJQ/


All rechargeable are 1.2

LOGIK LAA1216 AA Alkaline Batteries - Pack of 12 £2.99 Delivered @ Currys PC World
Posted 30th AprPosted 30th Apr
Same price for the AAA https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/home-appliances/home-accessories/batteries/logik-laaa1216-aaa-alkaline-batteries-pack-of-12-10144856-pdt.html

Cool. Enjoy your days visiting the Poundlands of the North! My original point, that cells of the same type and quality are available nationwide for a lower price, still stands: 6 x AA alkaline cells for £1 at Poundland. If you do have anything to say that adds to this information, feel free to add it to the thread.


Pop in if nearby. Haha. Opposite end of the UK. Anyway, any of the stores I visit anywhere near me have the same range as listed on website. Look forward to your photos on your next visit!


That page doesn’t go anywhere near to matching the range in my local (Canterbury). Pop in if you are nearby. Not going to town today so can’t take a photo of the full selection for you.


The Kodak batteries are zinc other than the Xtralife, these are alkaline. https://www.poundland.co.uk/leisure-and-entertainment/batteries/ PS. I buy all my batteries from here, but only the Xtralife variety when they are on offer. They review very well.


Perhaps you don’t realise that poundland sell two types of Kodak batteries - normal alkaline and xtralife alkaline? As well as zinc chloride cells? They sell the normal Kodak alkaline in packs of 5 or 6, the xtralife in packets of 4 and the zinc chloride in larger packs, I think of 12 but I’ve never bought those.