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Screwfix: Varta Ready2Use Rechargeable AA Batteries 4 Pack 2100mAH £4.99 + £5 del at Screwfix
Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
Seems to be a really good price. 2100 and Ready2Use. Cheapest I could find!

As a deal still too expensive, I've bought them from screwfix for 2£ and some pennies a few months ago


Compare youself. (y) https://lygte-info.dk/review/batteries2012/CommonAAcomparator.php


I've got about 8 different brands and these are the best of all. Varta is specialised in batteries, this is what they do, they have a long history. This is a great price!


I've always used these guys over the years for good, long lasting rechargeable's. Saying that, I can't vouch for these particular ones but they seem spot on, value-wise. Slightly less power than the Varta of course. Regarding the Screwfix ones - I'd hate paying more for postage than the item cost so I'd rule them out anyway. Good price if you can collect from a store however. https://www.7dayshop.com/products/aa-rechargeable-batteries-nimh-performance-with-long-life-pre-charged-2000mah-capacity-4-pack-gsy-001 2000mAh - Pre-charged AA - £5.49 including delivery. I've purchased many of their "own brand" batteries and then some Lidl ones. The Lidl's are slowly dying out one-by-one but the 7-day ones are as good as gold - after years and years of use. The best batteries I have EVER owned - bar none. I am now absolutely GUTTED that they no longer seem to do their own brand ones anymore... ;(


https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/173573346383 a pound cheaper on ebay

Green Cell 2600mAh 1.2V AA Rechargeable Batteries, Pack of 2 £3.45 (Prime) / £7.94 (non Prime) Sold by GreenCellPro & FB Amazon.
Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
Can’t find this capacity for cheaper elsewhere. 4 pack also available £5.95
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Unknown brand and expensive. There are cheaper and more than likely better batteries posted here: Varta, Energizer, Lidl, Ikea are just a few. This deal is only ok if you really want only 2 batteries. If you want decent ones, you either go with a good brand, or with Lidl, Ikea as the reviews suggest the quality is good.


Not very reputable brand, capacity is likely to be half of advertised, I would rather go for Eneloops, GP Recyko or - if you want something cheap - Amazon Basics.


Interested to know what cold votes are based on?


The capacity is likely overstated bud. Haven't voted either way

Energizer Rechargeable Batteries AA, Recharge Power Plus, Pack of 16 £22.99 delivered at Amazon
Posted 20th MayPosted 20th May
16 pack of Energizer Recharge power plus 2000 mAh NiMH AA rechargeable batteries The world's 1st rechargeable AA battery made with 4% recycled batteries One charge allows you to … Read more

Haha, I've been doing the same after every rechargeable battery post on here people instantly pipe up about these magical Lidl batteries, I've been looking since February!


£3 more but I agree, reviews for the Ikea ones are good and have bigger capacity. My personal experience with Energizer is bad, so if I was to choose in between these and the Ikea ones, I will go with Ikea. I still believe the best of all, taking in consideration the brand, the quality and the price are Varta from Screwfix. However, Energizer is a brand in batteries, while Ikea is not, so perhaps most people will think Energizer are better. I think the price for these ones is not bad, shame about the quality.


IKEA ones work out same price delivered and are better or so the reviews say...


Really? Go and get some. I'm looking for them since a month ago and I go once a week to Lidl. This is a deal because is delivered and maybe because you can't find any cheaper now. Saying this, you can actually find cheaper, Varta at Screwfix. Which are great, but you have to collect them. For me this is not a deal simply because my opinion is Energizer are the worse batteries. I've got about 8 different brands and these and the Fuji ones are the only that let me down.


Can someone explain why this is a 'deal'? 4 for £3 always popping up at Lidl.

Braun Oral B Advance Power Electric Toothbrush - 2 AA Batteries included at Ebay/Crazykangaroo for £7.95
Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
I am loving this deal after seeing it Oral B toothbrushes have been extremely good since they came out especially these electric ones. Amazing, and would recommend.
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Well thank you for your somewhat forthright advice. As for wasting my money, we shall have to wait and see. Each to their own eh?


You can ignore good advice (answering your question) or you can look into it. I've owned one of these cheap Oral-B things, seemed like a good idea for travel but it really isn't. FAR less effective than the better ones and the battery door issue is a major problem. If you insist on wasting your money you don't need to waste this much as they are regularly offered in places like B&M for under £6.


I don't have an electric toothbrush yet so I can't say. I bought this model for my daughter some time ago, and she hasn't mentioned anything about battery life. I shall have to ask her. I can't imagine that they will need changing too often.


How long do your rechargeable batteries last in the toothbrush ?

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AmazonBasics AA Performance Alkaline Batteries (12-Pack) £4.99 at Amazon Prime (£4.49 non Prime)
Posted 16th MayPosted 16th May
Pack of 12 1.5V AA Alkaline Batteries Improved anti-corrosion components and new zinc composition resulting in 10-years anti-leakage shelf life Designed to provide reliable and l… Read more
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Standard price I look for is 4 for £1


Why all the cold votes are Amazon Basics that bad?



Varta READY2USE rechargeable AA batteries 2100mah 4 pack £9.99 Delivered @ Screwfix
Posted 13th MayPosted 13th May
If you want it delivered i highly recommend you to order more than one pack. Nice quality batteries, with a good capacity of power. Should be enough powerful to last a while char… Read more

Thanks ordered AA & AAA


Surely they can’t be that good if they’re only 2100


It's actually my cheap Energiser charger that came with a set of batteries that sometimes doesn't recognise a battery. I have a Nitecore I4 now too and not had a problem with that. Anyway good tip on trying a different charger if you have one, if not try the nail trick. Point is don't rush to throw away what you think is a dead battery.


Not such an unknown trick. Intelligent chargers are picky and I often get this problem. So I keep a old cheapie charger handy, place apparently dead rechargeable into it for 20 sec, now the intelligent charge will finish the job.


ALSO the 4pk AAA's, 2 pk C's 2 pk D's & 9v single are all the same price at £4.99

Energizer Battery Charger for AA and AAA Batteries (4 AA Batteries Included) £16.50 @ Amazon Prime / £20.99 Non Prime
Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
Charges 2 or 4 AA or AAA NiMH rechargeable batteries at once (4 AA batteries included) State-of-the-art Charge Status Indicator system visually and audibly alerts on your batterie… Read more
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How did this get hot? Was it the 'state of the art' charge status display? I wouldn't waste my money on one of these. I've invested a bit more than this to get a decent intelligent charger instead.


I had energizer charger before the actual plug seemed to break and made it unusable, one of the fast chargers and didn't seem to last long even with adequate care. Been using UNiROSS 1 Hour Ultimate smart charger for a long time, really recommended. Though I don't bother using the 1 hour, though it does seem to resurrect some of the knackered ones from the Energizer 15 minute charger (though not enough for cameras etc), and there's a knack to it if you want to condition them etc. I think I read anything less than 1 hour charge is no good for the niMh


Same with mine


Doesn't say much for it when you need to get an 'out of date' charger (lol) wish I'd held onto mine but threw it out years ago I think it was a uniross one


Update: this method worked, got a very old charger from the 90s, charged it up a little and switched to the Energizer. Appreciate the tip as I have many rechargeable Lidl batteries stuck in a box that couldn't charge and was losing my mind over why not. Still think it is a horrible charger and is an avoid, rather have a reliable charger that can charge from completely flat. Especially if this is to be taken on trips.

Duracell Rechargeable AA 2500 mAh Batteries Ideal for Xbox Controller, Pack of 4 £8.95 @ Amazon Prime / £13.44 Non Prime
Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
Duracell Rechargeable AA 2500 mAh batteries are its #1 longest-lasting per charge (for rechargeable AA size, per charge in same device)
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Read the other comments. You're right to think it's expensive. £8.95 the most expensive it's been on amazon in months.


Seems expensive to me but probably you guys know better. I bought several packs of 4 for £4.99 each last week from ScrewFix, 2100 mah, not the same but comparable I think. (skeptical)


They've stopped collecting data during the pandemic, so it's no longer updating with new prices, but it still has all the historical data. That's why in the screenshot, the "current" price is from the 22nd of March.


I thought camel wasn’t working?


What are you talking about? I have prime. I'm clearly talking about the non-prime cost of batteries in this deal. The non-prime cost of these batteries averages at around £8.50.

Varta Industrial Pro AA batteries 40 pack - £11 prime / £15.49 non-prime @ Amazon
Posted 5th MayPosted 5th May
Decent price for 40 quality AA batteries. £9.35 with 15% s&s too.
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Thanks ordered :)


They have AAA for slightly cheaper in the same link (y)




Any aaa deals?


Cheers OP! Lockdown bubble machines for my little girl are chowing through batteries.....hoping VARTA will be better than the previous ones we used :)

Lloytron Ultrafast Intelligent LCD Home Charger For AA/AAA - £11.99 @ MyMemory
Posted 4th MayPosted 4th May
With intelligent cicuitry, this charger will re-charge up to 4 batteries at a time and provide the optimum charging rate.When the batteries are fully charged it will shut off to av… Read more

I'll look in the morning, bed is calling me.. Thx


I'd recommend the Technoline BL700N... it's what all the similar looking Chinese clones are based off and it's not much more to just get the real version.


Here's the important bit from the description: AA - 1.2v DC 1800mA (x1 pcs) 900mA (x2 pcs) 450mA (x3 pcs) 450mA (x4 pcs) AAA - 1.2v DC 900mA (x1 pcs) 250mA (x2 pcs) 225mA (x3 pcs) 225mA (x4 pcs) The "fast" charging is only if one single cell is in the bay. 2 pieces and you've got just under 1 amp charge, and then beyond that it's bog standard. I personally wouldn't charge an AA with 2amps or an AAA with 1 amp, if I was concerned with maintaining a good life span.


Any chargers show mah the battery provides?


Is it any good though?

Maxell Alkaline LR6 AA Batteries Box Pack (100 Pack) £11.42 - Min order 3 £34.26 @ Amazon
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Posted 2nd MayPosted 2nd May
MAXELL ALKALINE BATTERY "box pack Mignon AA (box of 100 1.5 V, Type: AA (LR6) storage box, Pack of 100

amazon.co.uk/dp/B00NFR1M7U/ref=cm_sw_r_em_apa_i_vEuREbKNA9CX4 60 double As for £12.97




Yup this is how I read it too, title needs updating


Why can't they just let us buy one pack


Tempted but that's a lot of batteries

Lloytron Slimline Battery Charger + 4 x AA (1300mAh) & 4 x AAA (900mAh) Batteries With free delivery £14.99 at MyMemory
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Posted 27th AprPosted 27th Apr
The Lloytron Slimline Multi-charger is designed for use with NiMH Rechargeable Batteries, is very easy to operate, has built-in safety features and comes complete with set of 4xAA … Read more
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charges 2 at a time = bad. You want individual channels so they get charged evenly. These make batteries go out of balance quite quickly.


I bought the big D batteries from lloytron they were less than useless.Might have got bad batch, but I wouldn’t buy this brand again.


Personally I hate chargers that can't charge 1 or 3 batteries as most kids toys needs 3 batteries. :(


Also cashback at Quidco/TCB 4%/5%. Amazon are becoming way to dominant. Where's the Monopolies Commission when you need it.


Is there any reason why you can't use other branded batteries with this charger?

Duracell Plus AA Alkaline Batteries, 1.5 V, LR06 MN 1500, Pack of 12 - £7.02 prime / £11.51 non prime at Amazon
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Posted 21st AprPosted 21st Apr
Everyone knows the endurance of the Duracell Bunny Power and longevity: Duracell Plus AAA batteries provide reliable and long-lasting energy to power all your devices with up to 5… Read more
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8 Amazon basics alkaline 8 for £3.99 at the moment, also used, as new with damaged packaging 8 for £3.70 if you prefer


Genuine question how many do you have to buy to get at that price? Not everyone wants to buy in bulk.


seriously bad reviews for the ultra!


thanks for the heads up. may use this option.


If you are being asked to pay more than 50p per battery for alkaline batteries, you're being ripped off. That's regardless of the brand. You know how I voted.

2 x Lloytron AAA 1100mAh NIMH AccuUltra Rechargeable Batteries (Pack of 4) £7.48 Prime / £11.97 Non Prime Sold by Go Green Batteries UK&FBA
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Posted 20th AprPosted 20th Apr
2 x Lloytron AAA 1100mAh NIMH AccuUltra Rechargeable Batteries (Pack of 4) As with all Amazon deals, free delivery on orders over £20 or with Prime
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thanks ordered




Lloytron have never been a go to brand for electronics, would be dubious on their battery quality unless they are badged versions of some decent brand.


I've had a few packs of these and found them great, although used mainly in kid's toys so probably not asked a lot of them. Capacities when I got them were all over 1000mAH bar one which was about 950, don't think any got up to 1100 but I didn't expect them to either. I tend to buy these or the Amazon Basics, had no problems with either.


Wow. Talk about ripping off Energiser packaging... the only thing different is the brand name - and of course the probably appallingly bad contents.

Ultra Alkaline AA Batteries - 100 Pack - £15.76 at CPC Farnell
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Posted 19th AprPosted 19th Apr
Decent batteries at fair value, might suit someone. 100 pack of AA Ultra Alkaline batteries. Non-rechargeable, mercury and cadmium free 5 Year shelf life

Thanks ordered - Its mainly kids toys. Our consumption is about 40-50 per year, so should last 2 years.........


I have a feeling these are identical to Phillips branded AA batteries... both weigh exactly the same, have identical wrappers and metal contacts and made in China.


I've used a few of these, so far so good... they have a fairly respectable 2600mAh capacity and about 5 year shelf life. I've think they may be better performers than the GP alkaline batteries, at least no worse. The only thing I can't comment on is their ability to leak or not leak. The only batteries I really trust for not leaking are Panasonic alkaline batteries... pretty much every other brand I've used has leaked, not the case with Panasonics over the last 30+ years of using them.


Meh, yes and no. I use rechargables but could do with somehting like this for kids toys


I bought these the last time they were on here. If anyone is considering, it is worth mentioning that they do not last very long. If you had half the amount of Duracell, you’d probably have more power output.

Duracell Recharge Batteries Ultra AA 2500 mAh Pack of 8 £9 prime / £13.49 non prime @ Amazon
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Posted 18th AprPosted 18th Apr
Looking to get some good rechargeable batteries, bought 2400 years ago and they still work fine. Seems like a bargain In stock on 27th April but I can wait Delivery: Free with Prim… Read more
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These are back in stock on 25th April...


Thank you im assuming a quick Google of the brand will point me in the right direction?


I'd stay away from any battery manufacturer's own chargers (and fast chargers in general for happier batteries, but that's up to your preference) as they are generally cheap/simple generic chargers with a massive mark up for the brand badge. The vaping community is a good source for information as they have a deep knowledge of the composition & technology of all sorts of batteries/chargers - general consensus is that anything by Xtar or Nitecore is the go-to choice and all offer individual slot control/charge and a host of other protections you wouldn't get in a standard overpriced Duracell charger. Plenty of choice for features and charging slots within Xtar's/Nitecore's ranges to cover whatever you might need/want around charging speed, price, etc.


OOS ;( ;(


Out of stock

Energizer AA Batteries, Alkaline Power Double A Batteries, 24 Pack - £7.99 (+£4.49 non-Prime) @ Amazon
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Posted 14th AprPosted 14th Apr
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 … Read more
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People also value their time.


Time has a price,


Some people are getting a dodgy batch - the good news is that they can be returned free to Amazon if faulty for a full refund. So literally nothing to lose.


It's sold and dispatched by amazon still possible though


Loads of review saying its fake!

Energizer Rechargeable Batteries AA, Recharge Power Plus, Pack of 16 for £22.99 delivered from Amazon
Posted 14th AprPosted 14th Apr
Just found and ordered these, seems a decent price for 16 delivered. These rechargeable batteries come pre-charged and ready to go when they arrive on your doorstep. Each Energize… Read more
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Couldn't agree more. I bought an 8 pack 2 weeks ago. They dont hold a charge for very long Like buying a second hand pack of batteries


Of all the rechargeable batteries one can get, LADDA and Amazon Basics will be sure never to fail you. I stopped buying expensive Eneloop over these.


That was supposedly true but I don't think it is now. Amazon ones are now made on china, which explains why they are now awful quality. I heard the ikea ones are made on the same factory as the Amazon ones. No idea if its true though.


That's a short but decent test though, he is using the same charger as I use, it's a great charger.


How do these compare to alkaline non-rechargeable in mAh?

Duracell Plus AA Alkaline Batteries, 1.5 V, LR06 MX1500, Pack of 12 - £5.99 prime / £10.48 non prime @ Amazon
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Posted 14th AprPosted 14th Apr
Everyone knows the endurance of the Duracell Bunny Power and longevity: Duracell Plus AAA batteries provide reliableand long-lasting energy to power all your devices with up to 5… Read more
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Thanks, ordered x2, (y) (y) added




Also nearly 23.000 reviews


Sold direct from amazon. Still possible but easy reruns if true


Some reviews are claiming these are fake. Hmm.

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