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Energizer batteries 50p Asda Bishop Aukland
TODAYTODAYLocalLocalFound 14th AugFound 14th Aug
Energizer Eco batteries reduced to clear in Asda Bishop Aukland. store specific.
Energizer Rugged Impact LED Torch Half Price £3.49 @ Argos
Found 10th AugFound 10th Aug
Energizer Rugged Impact LED Torch Half Price £3.49 @ Argos. Website bizzarely claims the torch has a 12 lumen output , Just picked mine up from store and it is in fact a 60 lumen o… Read more

"Cheap Chinese Imports" (lol) Of course, this Energiser plastic one is hand crafted by artisans in a factory in Great Britain isn't it. (flirt) Plenty of CREE deals already posted e.g. Of course it's better, it's brighter, smaller, zoomable, made of metal, etc. etc. (y)


14p more plus the cost of the batteries and you seriously consider these cheap chinese imports better than energizer. Bit like buying cheap poundland batteries or the proper energizer ones, i know which ones I prefer. Perhaps you should post it as a deal


Cheers OP, ordered.


14p over budget at £3.63 Metal body, splashproof, zoomable, very bright CREE XML-T6 LED (~400 lumens maybe, ignore the 1600 claim), can be used to e.g. smash a car window in emergency or put a dint in an attackers face, stands upright, SOS modes etc.) (y) 4.91 stars from 552 reviews.


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Duracell Ultra Power 8 AAA Batteries @ Superdrug - £3
Found 10th AugFound 10th Aug
Duracell Ultra Power Alkaline 5+3 AAA Batteries - Pack of 8 Price £3 Price comparison… Read more
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The Ryman offer, £2.99 For 24 AA or AAA still stands, just got mine today. Check HUKD for Ryman, show them the email and you are sorted. Even if Duracell are better, I doubt it will be 3 times better to justify the price.




Good point...but a quick google on battery power shows there's really not much in it between them (Economy equiv to Standard) so I guess depending on your interpretation they are BOTH good deals ;) (y)


Yes.. but this one is ultra power(Superdrug) and other one is economy pack(poundstretcher)


If you are near a Poundstretcher this may be a better deal

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24 pack of AA or AAA Energizer batteries £2.99 wiith code in store only @ Ryman
Found 8th AugFound 8th Aug
Just had an email from Ryman with their deal of the week. You can get either a 24 pack or AA or 24 pack of AAA Energizer batteries in a value pack case for £2.99 when you show the … Read more

oos in store, but heat added a week ago.


(annoyed) Couldn't you have just swam there instead?. :/ (shock) Or not ... lol. (flirt)


Went to a Ryman's over the Weekend, was told they were fresh out. :-( Told they would have a delivery on Tuesday/Today, but I should call them first, to make sure they have stock first, etc?. Cool I thought, so I called them earlier Today, only to be eventually told that as far as she's aware from her Manager, the 'Deal' finished on the Weekend ... I was thinking "What the sodding hell?!". :-( Either way, I told her, but the email says the 19th, and we haven't quite got there yet?. To which she told me, she only knows what her Manager told her. :-( I'm curious as to IF there's actually some still yet hiding there anyway or something?. As she wasn't initially bothered to check. :-( On me initially calling, she simply told me they didn't have, and that was it ... UNTIL I relayed the conversation over, that I had with one of her colleagues the Weekends just gone!. And then suddenly ... Hmmmmmmmmmmmm. I wonder?. Does anyone else know any different in relation to this Deal via Ryman's Store's? (from their own recent personal experience/experience's of similar too perhaps?), or ... thanx. :-)


Fair enough, that's cool.


They are (or at least were, a handful of Year's back ... ) I used my then NUS Card at one particular Ryman's store to get my discount off of some office stationery at the time (a few A4 lined notebooks), which came in very handy at the time. :-) And at that particular time, the whole 'Student thing's went as follows: 10% off IF you presented an actual College/Uni I.D. Card, BUT rather 12% off IF you presented an NHS Card instead ... So it's 12% off with an NHS Card (not 10%). :-D Or at least, it once was ...

12 X Duracell AA Or AAA Batteries now £3.59 @ Poundstretcher
Found 7th AugFound 7th Aug
Poundstretchers have reduced their Duracell AA or AAA batteries further.Originally they were £4.99 then reduced to £3.99 but now £3.59 for a pk of 12 !! So 30p a battery , dated 20… Read more
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Nice deal, but I never but duracell any more as they seem to leak in my equipment


Thanks , OP it's nice deal (excited)


Nice deal thanks:D



Energizer Rugged Impact LED Torch £4.99 @ Argos (C&C)
Found 24th JulFound 24th Jul
Batteries supplied (y) This Energizer Rugged Impact Torch produces a bright beam, making it perfect for when walking in the dark. With a rubber grip it fits comfortably in th… Read more

Why buy any AAA powered torch when AA batteries are more readily available worldwide and offer more output and they're cheaper ? No brainer to me




12 lumen?

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Energiser Ultra+ AA batteries 16 for the price of 8 at Savers for £2.69
LocalLocalFound 23rd JulFound 23rd Jul
Great batteries for 17p each. Bought in Savers Paisley. Had plenty instore. Use by date 2023

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Sorry meant to put in description, use by 2023


Check the shelf life date*; usually these are well into their discharge count down before they get discounted. *Stamped into each battery

Energizer Eco Advanced Batteries x8 pack of 8 for £2 at Sainsbury's
Found 21st JulFound 21st Jul
Energizer Eco Batteries pack of 8 for £2 at Sainsbury's Says £8 scanning as £2
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wow, these are STILL £2. How many months does that make now, has to be at least 3.


Don't forgot the free Google play movie on some of the packs. Movie can be redeemed here if you get one of the packs like the ops picture List of movies here Must be old stock as I bought these a while back

Argos - Energizer Eco Advanced AA & AAA Batteries - Pack of 4 BOGOFF £3.99
Found 21st JulFound 21st Jul
On Argos website these were Buy one get one free on offer until 29/7/18 High performing: Energizer eco advanced is high performing alkaline AA battery Contains 4% recycled batter… Read more
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£2 on sainsbury & £1 in Asda, I know its sometimes not in every store but I've seen them in 2 Asda’s and it's been posted for other Asda’s


£0.50p per battery, sorry not cheap.



£2 for a pack of 8 in Sainsbury's

Panasonic Eneloop PRO AAA HR03 Ready to Use Rechargeable NiMh Batteries 930mAh - Extra Value 8 Pack £19.99 7dayshop
Found 21st JulFound 21st Jul
Panasonic Eneloop PRO AAA HR03 Ready to Use Rechargeable NiMh Batteries 930mAh - Extra Value 8 Pack 5 / 5 (9 reviews) Great Value 8 pack - you will receive 2 packs of 4 batteri… Read more

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I use eneloop in both our fire TV Alexa remotes they last much better. The remotes are in my opinion badly designed though, if you hold one to your ear you can hear them click and make radio wave type noises even when the fire stick is turned off so I suspect they are constantly looking for a connection rather than going to sleep.


Off topic a bit but has anyone had any success using rechargeables will amazon fire remote? Ive tried a couple of brands and for some reason I can't get them to work. Heat added for these.


I use rechargeable batteries every day at work in torches. Whilst I admit eneloop are good, I use the Lidl ones mostly because they are imo the best value and are reliable. And suspecting Lidl are as bad as amazon basics is ridiculous. I have one set of Ikea and they are not great. I have several sets of Lidl ranging from several years old to a batch I bought a last month.


According to the latest Which? tests the Eneloops retained charge better than the Ikea ones and lost less capacity over a similar period of time. The Amazon Basics ones performed much worse on both measures. I suspect that the cheap Lidl ones would be similar to the Amazon ones, so yes, you probably would notice a significant difference in performance over time.

7dayshop V8 Super Charger - 8 Bay NiMH Mains Battery Charger for AA & AAA Batteries = £5.99 delivered @ 7dayshop
Found 19th JulFound 19th Jul
Seems a good price for this & includes delivery... - - - "Perfect for the busy battery user with up to 8 charging bays. High specification and fully automated unit for quick… Read more

This is a rubbish charger, you have to leave it all day or over night. I wouldn't buy again.


I agree, I prefer intelligent battery chargers too. In fact my current one is from 7dayshop and I'm very pleased with it. Its this one


Firstly, 7dayshop been using them for around 6+ years. Amazing company all there stuff is great! Read the reviews the charger seems fine and if it wasn't safe a reputable company like 7dayshop wouldnt be selling it PLUS one person on their site would have left a bad review if the 9 hour thing was an issue. I would say buy if you need. And send it back if you don't like :) .


Ahh. I see what you did there... ;)


Vroom vroom!

50 pack Duracell AA Industrial  Alkaline Batteries (was Procell), Sold by Amazon - £5.82 for Prime members (£10.31 non Prime)
Found 19th JulFound 19th Jul
Excellent batteries for this bargain price and most likely to be genuine as they're sold by Amazon. Same as the Duracell Gold top retail batteries (debatable) but much cheaper. … Read more
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Mine cancelled too. Said error was made when advertised. Took a long time for them to find out!


No worries, not your fault, cheers for spotting/posting the deal.


Cancelled mine too.


Same here, they certainly took their time.


Finally had the cancellation email from Amazon check your inboxes

Energizer eco advanced 8 pack batteries AA or AAA instore Asda Warrington 80p
LocalLocalFound 14th JulFound 14th Jul
Bought a few of these at 80p a pack . they also had the 4 in a pack for 50p loads at customer service desk

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Energizer AA or AAA Alkaline Power Batteries 24 pack £5.09 w/ code @ Robert Dyas
Found 13th JulFound 13th Jul
Use code JULY15 at checkout to get these Energizer AA or AAA 24 battery pack for £5.09 Free c+c The 15% code works on most other items online and instore and runs until Monday … Read more

Because some of us have slow drain devices that only need the batteries replacing every few years, such as clocks, TV remotes, Alarm PIR sensors, emergency torches, etc. For high drain devices I agree that rechargeables make sense but there are still many applications where keeping a box or two of Alkaline batteries knocking around makes more sense.


What a coincidence. To buy the same Energizer batteries was on my to do list! Thanks!


Thank you ordered heat added.


You are right, false economy but practical. I have about 50 rechargeable batteries, as in the top of the electronic devices I have lots of toys for my children. However, all the batteries are already in the devices. Pretty much every time I buy a new device, i do not have any batteries left. So, I have to mess around, opening toys, remotes or other devices to get the batteries out to use in the new devices. I've got 2 boxes of these, at least I know I will have spares for a while and don't need to mess around.


May not be the cheapest but it is one of the best and the price is great. it is a fast charger, so you don't have to wait for hours for the batteries to charge. Had 2 cheap (about £5-10) ones before, took forever to charge and they did not last long. Go with this one, you also get some barreries:

12 pack Duracell AA/AAA £3.99 instore @ Poundstretcher
LocalLocalFound 12th JulFound 12th Jul
12 pack Duracell seen in poundstretcher Kingston Park newcastle both AA/AAA
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these are the simply ones, made just to a price, dont bother go for the 10 pack of Duracell Industrial for around the same price on ebay (chose a big seller) or Amazon better batteries same as the regular Duracell

75% off All Electricals @ Poundworld , example Duracell AAA batteries, Mobile phone charging cables all £0.30p
Refreshed 12th JulRefreshed 12th JulLocalLocal
75% off All Electricals @ Poundworld , example Duracell AAA batteries, Mobile phone charging cables all £0.30p Hope it helps

Not at all Poundworlds ,only 50% off at Bracknell.


Don't bother with charging cables from there, they will oftenly be low quality and be the bottleneck in your charging. No matter how good your plug is or if it has quick charge the cable won't be able to put that much power through it so it'll still charge slow. You can get a top quality cable for like £3 on Amazon, one that's proven to charge at 2A/15W so you'll get quick charge speeds. You'll use it every day for at least a year so why cheap out and try to save literally a penny a day.


Batteries were 22p at mine yesterday


Batteries were still 50% off in mine this morning , but loads of cables charges etc at 70% off. Batteries were still going fast , but I stocked up when maplins closed , so didn't need any more.

Nintendo Switch Joy-Con AA Battery Pack Accessory Pair £9.59 / Nintendo Switch Joy-Con Wheel Accessory Pair £5.59 @ Music Magpie
Found 12th JulFound 12th Jul
Prices have dropped on a few Nintendo Switch accessories. Take to checkout to see the prices discounted no code needed Nintendo Switch Joy-Con AA Battery Pack £9.59 Next best … Read more

Joy-Con's last ages. I don't see the point of these. The console will be long gone before the Joy-Cons.


Grabbed the wheels, superb price, heat! :D


Great price for the wheels. I got them when Mario Kart came out, for £12.99 I think. They make playing with a single joycon feel a bit more substantial, and they make the SL and SR buttons a lot bigger. They have been gathering dust for some time now though :(


I bought these a year ago and never had to use them yet. but they can be quite comfortable


Ditto. I thought I’d want the grip that charges the joycon as you play but there’s no need. Spesh if you have a pro controller you mainly use

Duracell AA x 12 £5.95 Prime / £10.44 Non Prime @ Amazon
Found 8th JulFound 8th Jul
Not seen too many deals recently for these, hope this helps someone

I find rechargeable doesn’t work and is it a waste of time


duracells leaked in my rather nice mint digital camera... grrrr..


It can still be handy to keep a pack of disposables around as an emergency.


It is true that the do not compare like with like. However, it was on tv not long ago, they compared different brands and Duracell came as best. Followed by Sainsbury's. Energizer came last, even Asda own brand were better. I have lots of batteries in the house, mostly rechargeable. I like good quality products and I usually go with an established brand but I try to avoid the so call 'best', as I believe reputation comes also with marketing and money spent. So, I used to say I do not like Duracell, however, I've got about 8 different brands of rechargeable, and Duracell and Varta are the only ones that did not let me down. The worse one in my case were Fuji and Energizer.


Duracell are not good value anyway. Their advertisements are based on the concept that Duracell alkaline batteries can continue functioning longer than inherently lower-duration zinc-carbon batteries. They are not comparing like with like. If you must have non rechargeable then even those alkaline batteries from Poundland offer better power output/£. There are videos on Youtube showing this.

Duracell Plus 9V Battery - £1 instore @ Tesco
LocalLocalFound 3rd JulFound 3rd Jul
Duracell Plus 9V Battery found in tesco knocknagoney for £1.00

When I moved into my house it had mains smoke alarms already installed. I assumed it would have a rechargeable backup and thought great, no more PP3 batteries. A few weeks ago one started beeping... I removed it and what's inside? Yes, a PP3!


Mine plugs into the mains (football)


Just smoke alarms now :/


Duracell Industrials are about this price on eBay, so long as you buy them 7 - 10 at a time. Or the Kodak alkaline ones in Poundland are the same price. This is a decent price if you're convinced by Duracell's marketing and only want one of them, but it's not really a huge bargain.


I used to have a calculator that took one of these, got a computer that is smaller now!!! happy days bring back clunky stuff I say, not as easy to lose and nobody would want to nick it ;)

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