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Tronic Rechargeable Battery Assortment AAA AA @ Lidl £2.99
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Tronic Rechargeable Battery Assortment £ 2.99per pack Choose from: 4 x AA (2,400mAh) 4 x AAA (950mAh) 2 x C (4,000mAh) 2 x D (4,500mAh) 9V (200mAh) Available instore fro… Read more
Are these low self discharge?
How do these compare to the multi coloured ones they also sell?
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A pack of standard Duracell is is £4 from Tesco

That is about 99.9% of the information that the average punter on HUKD needs when assessing these batteries to ascertain if they are going to save money.

Sweat on the big stuff boys and girls
Children's toys I generally found they'd be recharged once or twice - five time tops - then they'd sit in there for months or years until it was time to throw out, donate or sell the toy, at which point I'd take the batteries out and discover they were totally dead and wouldn't recharge. In most cases would have been much cheaper to use disposable alkalines. A dedicated camera flash is one of the few things that I can imagine would get regularly recharged, if you're a keen photographer. Don't almost all cameras use lithium ion rechargables?
Dodge6233 m ago

... What do you use them in that require that many recharges?


Photo camera, photo flashlight, child's car toys, etc.
Ive had these for ages and they have been totally reliable. Make sure they are the ones made by eures, as these are the reliable ones.
16 Duracell AA / AAA Batteries - £8 @ ASDA & Tesco
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Mix and match any two 8 packs of AA or AAA batteries for £8 at ASDA & Tesco until 28/02/2018. 50p per battery. 16 batteries in total. Mix and match any 2 for £8 - … Read more
GP Ultras on Amazon at £10.49 for 40 is a far better buy IMO.
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They have 20 Duracell powers plus for 9.99 at Argos?
Panasonic Eneloop AAA HR03 Rechargeable NiMH Batteries 800mAh (Min. 750mah) AAA - Value 8 Pack £11.15 delivered 7Dayshop
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Best on the market - bar none. Treat yourself to a few of the best batteries around, and at a decent price. Money-saving and long-lasting, these rechargable NiMH eneloop batterie… Read more
Heat, class battery’s Fujitsu are also on offer which are also very goo
rossysaurus15 h, 37 m ago

If you are draining and recharging once a week 1000 cycles is still 19 …If you are draining and recharging once a week 1000 cycles is still 19 years of constant use. Eneloops would be 40 years. I'm not sure I want to specify a set of batteries in my will. Sure if you are draining and recharging daily then 1000 cycles becomes 2.7 years vs nearly 6 years from the Eneloops.


Great point about the amount of years, I do however wonder if these claims of 500 or 1000+ charges are true or not since it feels
almost like a printer toner which claim 5000 print outs when you get 500 instead.

For peace of mind I don't think you can beat the Eneloops and would rather pay the few quid more for these especially at 55% off saving.
Is it ok to use a fast charger with these?
emptypocketz6 h, 20 m ago

Thanks for link and info but I spotted a difference in the spec of both …Thanks for link and info but I spotted a difference in the spec of both Eneloop and the AmazonBasic AAA onesEneloop claim 2,100 charges while the Amazonbasics claim 1000 charges.To me double the charge life time is pretty big !I don't know if anyone has had the time or patience to test charge claims, but id imagine if it was false it would not go downwell with Eneloop's reputation !

If you are draining and recharging once a week 1000 cycles is still 19 years of constant use. Eneloops would be 40 years. I'm not sure I want to specify a set of batteries in my will.

Sure if you are draining and recharging daily then 1000 cycles becomes 2.7 years vs nearly 6 years from the Eneloops.
I use a lot of AA enloops in my photographic gear flashguns motordrives etc
I switched to Enloops a few years ago and also bought the ANSMANN Energy 16 Charger for AA, AAA, C, D & 9V Rechargeable Batteries
After years as a pro photographer this move gave me reliability and long working times with my portable equipment.
There are other chargers that do the job well but I needed ones which would chatge in bulk and the Ansmann did and still does the job well
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Energizer AAA OR AA Alkaline Power Batteries  24pk £5.09 w/code @ Robert Dyas
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Link goes to both - free C&C - use code 15HALFTERM at basket (works on most items)
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pigeon8419 h, 11 m ago

There is a known problem with Hive that could account for that. First set …There is a known problem with Hive that could account for that. First set (Duracell) last ages, then it burns through them - Duracell or not. Plenty of complaints on Hive forums, many £££'s wasted on "top spec" Duracell. I can see you would blame the battery, as it doesn't make sense the device would suddenly start hogging them, but it seems to be some sort of firmware issue. A few people have got replacement thermostats. Still on the first set in mine, will have to wait and see.Btw Energizer Industrial should be the same as their 'retail' batteries, they're both alkaline. Heavy Duty usually refers to Zinc Chloride, which are an upgrade from Zinc Carbon. Both rubbish compared to modern chemistries.


Thanks for that! I had also noticed this issue in the forums, but I was so sure it must be battery related. I just called Hive and they said it is a known issue and are sending me out a replacement unit now. Changing the batteries every two weeks is a bit over the top really! I wont even need to buy any Energizer batteries now if this works! :-)
DrP11 m ago

I have been using the Ikea batteries for a while now, but they only last a …I have been using the Ikea batteries for a while now, but they only last a few weeks in my Hive thermostat compared to the Duracell's that seem to last well over a year. I don't understand how the tests can show Ikea batteries as being any good when my own experience seems to be quite different.I am going to try Energizer "Industrial" next because I have heard they are good. Has anyone tried those? Sounds a bit similar to "heavy duty" though!


There is a known problem with Hive that could account for that. First set (Duracell) last ages, then it burns through them - Duracell or not. Plenty of complaints on Hive forums, many £££'s wasted on "top spec" Duracell.

I can see you would blame the battery, as it doesn't make sense the device would suddenly start hogging them, but it seems to be some sort of firmware issue. A few people have got replacement thermostats. Still on the first set in mine, will have to wait and see.

Btw Energizer Industrial should be the same as their 'retail' batteries, they're both alkaline. Heavy Duty usually refers to Zinc Chloride, which are an upgrade from Zinc Carbon. Both rubbish compared to modern chemistries.
I have been using the Ikea batteries for a while now, but they only last a few weeks in my Hive thermostat compared to the Duracell's that seem to last well over a year.

I don't understand how the tests can show Ikea batteries as being any good when my own experience seems to be quite different.

I am going to try Energizer "Industrial" next because I have heard they are good. Has anyone tried those? Sounds a bit similar to "heavy duty" though!
gsk1 h, 7 m ago

Kodaks are awful according to the Which test. They were last place in a …Kodaks are awful according to the Which test. They were last place in a test of 19 AA batteries. They get a 5 star leakage rating though so they have that going for them. Which is nice.


Well Ive decided to give the GP Batteries Ultra High Performance AA Battery - Chrome/Black/Red (Pack of 24)
Sold by: Batteries247

£6.25 a try see how they go... if they are really not up to par should be an easy return with Amazon
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Analysis Discount and OEM cells perform very well
Surprisingly, as in the 200mA test, the clear winner in this test was the Ikea alkaline, followed by other discount store batteries. The Ikea scored over 1200mAh, and costs just 10p per cell (sold in packs of 10.) Other discount shop cells did surprisingly well, with ReadyCell from Home Bargains (TJ Morris) doing very well too. Even at higher cut-off voltages of 1.1V, they still represent excellent value for money. The general conclusion is that most alkaline cells behave similarly to each other, though under higher drains some more significant differences become apparent.


Project: Battery Showdown Cheapest or dearest? The results may surprise you...

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VARTA Ready2use Rechargeable Batteries AA or AAA pack of 4 £3.49  Screwfix
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Very good product, does what it says on the tin.
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janlim8 m ago

What is the mAh capacity for the AA and AAA?


800 for the AAA and maybe 2100 for the AA - it's in the Q&A, but they really should specify it
Ultra Alkaline AAA Batteries 40 Pack,£7.02.AA Batteries 40 Pack, £6.96​​ @ CPC
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Ultra Alkaline AAA Batteries 40 Pack; AAA Alkaline batteries providing long lasting, dependable power across a wide range of everyday applications.Non-rechargeable, mercury and cad… Read more
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I've had these. They don't seam to last very long at all, so would not recommend them really.
Good, cheap landfill.
Excellent price but are they any good?
I'd buy that for a dollar.
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Lidl AA and AAA Panasonic Pro Batteries 16 Pack - £3.99
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Lidl have these by the tills at my local store. £3.99 for 16. AA and AAA sizes. Argos stopped selling these which were goid price but this is even better.
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I have found these batteries very good, used in digital camera, etc.
tan1595 h, 21 m ago

B&m have these. I got 8 for £1.99



Same price then. May pop in.Always have use for decent batteries. Don't know how good Panasonic are though
B&m have these. I got 8 for £1.99
Defo a GOID price (in a Belfast accent)! HOT.
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Energizer Extreme AAA Rechargeable Batteries - Pack of 4 £6.66 prime / £7.65 non prime Sold by LED-ART and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Just about to order a few packs myself, if anyone has a better solution please comment. Recycled content: Energizer's recycling comes to Energizer extreme recharge batteries L… Read more
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800 is more 'meh' than mAh
I fell for the Eneloop meme but I would assume that was way over the top. Have some heat for rechargeable propaganda.E

Friendly warning: get a smart charger that shows capacity and alters charge rate to match. Don't use a dumb charger with decent NiMH. And don't charge in under say 4 hours to maintain capacity.

Second friendly warning: AAA eneloop genuine may be about this on ebay / amazons.
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krazaq38 m ago

There are on for 8 for £7 across shell petrol stations.


Branded rechargables under £1 each from the high street? That's a rare find outside the pound shops.
There are on for 8 for £7 across shell petrol stations.
All Maplin batteries buy one get one half price 200 Batteries for £22.50 instore @ Maplin
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I went in for a click and collect order to get £5 voucher for 100 AA batteries. Then saw they have buy one get one half prices. So spent 22.50 on 100AA batteries on 100AAA batte… Read more
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Tom_Reys9 h, 19 m ago

One question tho- What do you do with 200 AA batteries?I reckon you could …One question tho- What do you do with 200 AA batteries?I reckon you could build an electric car if they were good lithium ones, but these?


The idea is to buy in bulk and save money on replacing batteries on kids toys
One question tho- What do you do with 200 AA batteries?
I reckon you could build an electric car if they were good lithium ones, but these?
Very cheap at 11.25p per battery.
Anyone has got a recipe how to pickle them?
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Yeah no idea why it's not online but saw on shelf in Chesterfield and cancelled my click and collect order despite £5 voucher.
UNiROSS UCQ001, 1 Hr Ultimate AA/AAA Intelligent Battery Charger-Charge, Refresh, Discharge, Test Capacity (1000mA charge current USB Port) 200,500,700,1000mA Charge Current-Charge Times From 54m, £19.99 (Prime) Sold By Fish-4-u, Fulfilled By Amazon
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*This item is being sold "Fulfilled By Amazon" again, from this seller* About Fulfilled By Amazon, here LCD screen: LCD Display showing voltage, current charge, mAh and time … Read more
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Weirdly, this charger is dispatched as Fulfilled By Amazon again, same seller, as it was originally.
Rimi10 h, 7 m ago

LOL! If that can be done, we would have batteries with infinite life …LOL! If that can be done, we would have batteries with infinite life everywhere. But, unfortunately we have to replace all rechargeable batteries time to time. If you find a charger, which can RESTORE capacity - you will be FIRST GENIUS IN THE WORLD!


I have. It's the one in the OP. It reconditions the battery to restore the original capacity or the maximum it can have in the stage of its life. Don't know why that's so hard to comprehend? I have posted a link too previously.
themanwithapc2nd Jan

...Battery capacity can be restored by using the charger (or variants) ...


LOL! If that can be done, we would have batteries with infinite life everywhere. But, unfortunately we have to replace all rechargeable batteries time to time. If you find a charger, which can RESTORE capacity - you will be FIRST GENIUS IN THE WORLD!
Exactly. He seems to be spreading a lot of misinformation in this thread and pretty rude towards others who have even dared to question his statements.

Battery capacity can be restored by using the charger (or variants) in the OP as I and others in this thread have attested to. You can find information on the internet that explains why this happens.

Battery charging at a slower rate is better for the overall longevity of your battery but you have to weigh it against the practicality of waiting for a battery to charge when you need it. I personally go for a balance between the 2 but there's no reason why you can't choose on a case by case basis.
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Who knew battery chargers would generate such passionate points of view? Surely the "quick charge, 1000mA" option is for emergencies - most know that slow and steady wins the race with battery longevity.

And, Rimi, if your friend/you hate these chargers so much, why didn't you mention you had experience of these when you first commented on this thread? Seems very much like clutching at straws, not sure why you're taking it all so personally.
Energizer Pro Charger Plus 4X2000mah Uk £13.50 @ Tesco
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Been looking for a battery charger and came across this. Best price around. I bought it in store but also available online. Description from website... The Energizer® Pro Charg… Read more
I bought this, but if i charge baterries and put to devices, absolutely nothing, its not working :-/
Tesco charging £4 for baskets that are under £40? I’ll go with the Amazon deal linked above
SFconvert4 h, 1 m ago

Does this charge single as batteries or do you need to charge in pairs? I …Does this charge single as batteries or do you need to charge in pairs? I have a similar charger from energiser and it isn't very smart at all. Maybe better with a £10 intelligent charger from Lidl and a £3 Lidl pack of of aa's



sabir11 m ago

I read it only charges 2, 3 or 4 batteries. Not single ones



It will only charge 2 or 4 batteries.
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SFconvert3 h, 49 m ago

Does this charge single as batteries or do you need to charge in pairs? I …Does this charge single as batteries or do you need to charge in pairs? I have a similar charger from energiser and it isn't very smart at all. Maybe better with a £10 intelligent charger from Lidl and a £3 Lidl pack of of aa's


I read it only charges 2, 3 or 4 batteries. Not single ones
Thank you. My son's Christmas toys have needed a lot of batteries! So, I will look at buying one of these now.
Duracell Ultra AAA Batteries (12 pack) £6 @ Tesco Direct + Free C&C
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m00head12 h, 50 m ago

VARTA Alkaline AAA Size (LR03) Long Lasting Batteries 1.5V - 12 Pack - …VARTA Alkaline AAA Size (LR03) Long Lasting Batteries 1.5V - 12 Pack - Amazon UKamazon.co.uk/VARTA-Alkaline-Size-Lasting-Batteries/dp/B005C9ASOM



Saved me the bother of putting a link up - cheers !
IKEA batteries are even better value pence per minutes power
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wilko.com/bat….ds

Wilko are doing 8 for £4 so the same price at 50p per battery but you don't have to buy so many!
ziggycj1 m ago

No they're not. Their lowest duracell ultras are 54.1p per battery. Tescos …No they're not. Their lowest duracell ultras are 54.1p per battery. Tescos work out at 50p per battery.


I bought packs tonight - they are!
m00head35 m ago

I can't find that deal on the Waitrose website, only this one - 2 packs of …I can't find that deal on the Waitrose website, only this one - 2 packs of 8 batteries for £8.65:Add 2 for the price of 1 - Waitrosewaitrose.com/ecom/shop/offers/14275278


Was £8:65 .... save £3:65 = £5 ............... I bought packs tonight - their website isn't showing the correct price.
MrRee1 h, 31 m ago

Waitrose are doing 16 of these for £5 .... cold, I'm afraid


No they're not. Their lowest duracell ultras are 54.1p per battery. Tescos work out at 50p per battery.
Duracell Plus Power AAA / AA Alkaline Batteries (18 Pack) £7.99 (Prime) / £11.98 (non Prime) at Amazon - Lightning Deal
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6 hour Lightning Deal on 20/12/2017 from 10:00 to 16:00, while stocks last. Duracell Plus Power Type AAA Alkaline Batteries (18 Pack) - Amazon amazon.co.uk/dp/B06VWDFJ52 Dur… Read more
Sainsbury's deal 12 for £5 slightly better price per battery but I've gone for this Amazon deal as I cannot be bothered with the queues.
Voted hot, also ordered. Thank you OP!
Ordered thanks
LesD6 m ago

Why?


They just always seem to last longer than other brands, but more importantly (especially for kids RC cars etc) they seem to be more powerful than cheaper versions.

I've tried all sorts of batteries now and always go back to Duracell.
Energiser universal charger for aa aaa C D 9V £17.59 prime / £21.58 non prime Sold by LED-ART and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Reduced from £30.00. Been looking for one that does C batteries for my Mr Beams light and this one looks decent, and does 9V and D batteries too. Seems to be lowest for a while (… Read more
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Not a bad price for a half decent Delta V intelligent charger, here is the important spec sheet:

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For those that don't have Wilko, then order straight from Energizer for the same price (free shipping) here: Energizer Direct

I went to buy one of these at the weekend funnily enough, but in the end I bought this instead: Energizer Pro
Again, its on offer (but cheaper still at Energizer direct) but this comes with 4 x Energizer 2000mAh batteries - however you are limited to AA or AAA only as opposed to the one posted by the OP which does more. Just some options......
alecb1 h, 55 m ago

Why buy the Fiat 500 of Battery Chargers when for a little more you can …Why buy the Fiat 500 of Battery Chargers when for a little more you can get the Rolls Royce Phantom?http://cpc.farnell.com/ansmann/1001-0018-uk/charger-nicd-nimh-powerline-5/dp/BT06394OK I know that it's more than double the price but you're getting lot for your money.Will last you a lifetime and Customer Support is excellent. Nothing has gone wromg with mine but I just wanted some advice on which charging rate to use and they came back within 24 hours.



A little more? Its £40. That's almost hundred and thirty percent more!
alecb1 h, 11 m ago

Why buy the Fiat 500 of Battery Chargers when for a little more you can …Why buy the Fiat 500 of Battery Chargers when for a little more you can get the Rolls Royce Phantom?http://cpc.farnell.com/ansmann/1001-0018-uk/charger-nicd-nimh-powerline-5/dp/BT06394OK I know that it's more than double the price but you're getting lot for your money.Will last you a lifetime and Customer Support is excellent. Nothing has gone wromg with mine but I just wanted some advice on which charging rate to use and they came back within 24 hours.


Reminds me of my first Sony Walkman, very "snazzy", just 30 years too late.
Why buy the Fiat 500 of Battery Chargers when for a little more you can get the Rolls Royce Phantom?

cpc.farnell.com/ans…394

OK I know that it's more than double the price but you're getting lot for your money.
Will last you a lifetime and Customer Support is excellent. Nothing has gone wromg with mine but I just wanted some advice on which charging rate to use and they came back within 24 hours.
GP Batteries Ultra High Performance Alkaline AAA Battery - Chrome/Black/Red (Pack of 24) - £6.19 @ Sold by Batteries / Fulfilled by Amazon Prime / £10.18 non-Prime
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Shelf life up to 7 years, Supplied in a handy storage box, Longer operating time, Best for power hungry devices. AA Battery - (Pack of 24) £6.99 AA Batteries (Party Pack 40) - … Read more
meetmax2 h, 20 m ago

Done it.


Still says "GP Batteries Ultra High Performance Alkaline AAA Battery - Chrome/Black/Red (Pack of 24) - £6.19 @ Sold by Batteries / Fulfilled by Amazon Prime / £10.18 non-Prime"
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Deal_guy10 h, 8 m ago

Can the mods please update the price in the title - it is now £6.99


Done it.
Can the mods please update the price in the title - it is now £6.99
Had maplin ones leak on me several times.

Use these GPs at work and no leaks yet.
Just in case anyone wants rechargeables, Amazon have a few GP ReCyko+ Pro kits for £16.64 which includes 12 batteries and a overnight charger (slow but probably better for the batteries than a fast charge)

AA & AAA Rechargeable Battery Charger Bundle with 8 AA & 4 AAA NiMH Rechargeable Batteries GP ReCyko Pro
  • AA & AAA rechargeable battery charger complete with 8 AA and 4 AAA pre charged GP ReCyko+ Pro batteries
  • Overnight 4 slot mains charger allows you to charge a combination of AA or AAA batteries in pairs, up to a maximum of 4 batteries at a time
  • Includes 8 x AA 2000 mAh and 4 x AAA 800 mAh ReCyko Pro rechargeable batteries, winner of Which? Best Buy award 2017
  • AA & AAA Recyko Pro NiMH batteries provide up to 1500 charges and can hold a single charge up to 70% after 5 years when not in use
  • GP Batteries are world renowned for their battery expertise with over 50 years of manufacturing heritage. More than just a brand, GP Batteries pride themselves in delivering top-quality products, taking every measure to ensure the safety of your devi

amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1

Four of the AAs are currently £6.44

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Free AA/AAA batteries @ Halfords (O2 Priority)
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I've ordered the air freshness online...

Will get a call when they arrive in stock..

I'm hoping the code will still work.
needmoresleep17th Dec

Is it just me or does anyone else feel embarrassed going in to get these …Is it just me or does anyone else feel embarrassed going in to get these free things?


So i picked up 6 packs of batteries and 5 Yankee candles.How embarrassing is that?
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firstofficer17th Dec

sold out in the harrow branch.under the circumstances, i have to vote …sold out in the harrow branch.under the circumstances, i have to vote cold.seasons greetings.

I hate it when rewards such as o2 priority and wuntu are posted on this because real customers cant get the rewards
Picked up the free batteries but as usual no stock of the air fresheners . My store only got a delivery of 2 of them how ridiciulous ....
Collected mine today, thanks OP
Thumb Chucks - £4.50 - Sold by AAA Toys Fulfilled by Amazon [Add on Item, Min £20 Spend]
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If you're Christmas shopping on Amazon, this is a great buy as a stocking filler. Must spend a minimum of £20. Other Retailers pricing: Toys R Us: £5.99 Menkind: £7.99
Got these for £5 from toys r us the other day and they’re broken already. One of the balls keeps falling off. Hardly been used as-well.
Seen hanging from many a telegraph cable in ya street.
If you crack your thumbs, you'll have numb thumb chucks.
Gabi2 m ago

Banned in my school in 74


You'd get a very bruised wrist using them
Banned in my school in 74
40 Pack Ultra Alkaline AA or AAA Batteries, @ CPC Farnell £5.40 (free del on £6 spend)
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40 x Pro Elec AA or AAA Alkaline batteries from CPC Farnel, free delivery when you spend over £6 (£5 excl VAT,this item is £4.50 excl VAT) - so you can add cable ties CB17672… Read more
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merchant_ac16th Dec

It appears that these are not bad, but are subject to wide performance …It appears that these are not bad, but are subject to wide performance variation:http://goughlui.com/2016/12/19/great-aa-alkaline-battery-test-pt-3-the-results[Image]


This has made for some VERY interesting reading. Thanks for finding it
spannerzone4 h, 15 m ago

Interesting, thanks for that info.


Also interesting is when you click that graph above and get to reading, there's a bit where the author mentions cost per mWh (with another graph) and a specific mention to the Proelec Ultra that if bought on sale ( as he said he did) then it "would jump to first place by a significant margin on that alone"
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jazzyfizzle1 h, 42 m ago

Made by Nanfu according to the safety sheet. Top brand in China and …Made by Nanfu according to the safety sheet. Top brand in China and recently bought by Gillette (read Duracell)


Interesting, thanks for that info.
Made by Nanfu according to the safety sheet. Top brand in China and recently bought by Gillette (read Duracell)
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merchant_ac10 m ago

It appears that these are not bad, but are subject to wide performance …It appears that these are not bad, but are subject to wide performance variation:http://goughlui.com/2016/12/19/great-aa-alkaline-battery-test-pt-3-the-results[Image]


thanks for that (god what a hard to decipher website!) I had to turn my head on it's side to read the charts
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