Or go to poundstrecher and pay £3.59 for 12. 30p each not 40p each (y)
All Battery Discounts, Offers and Sale - October 2018
If you need 9V batteries that last, Screwfix are still doing the Lithium batteries for only £1.49 each and with being Lithium will easily outlast an Alkaline battery like this Energizer. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/diall-9v-lithium-battery-screwfix-in-stock-144-2990001 https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dial-lithium-9v-battery-144-screwfix-3073227
Thanks just bought them instore. Was still £8.50 on shelf but scanned at £4.25
Most store have loads of them.
Wilkos own high performance are £2 for 8. Though obviously, both alkaline and cheap zinc are best suited to low drain devices!
AAA batteries out of stock ;(
https://www.robertdyas.co.uk/energizer-aaa-alkaline-power-batteries-24-pack £5.99 and free collection from Ryman or £3.95 delivery, still cheaper than Amazon non prime.
This deal makes me appreciate more how good the deal I had from Robert Dyas....48 batteries for £5.99😁
Darn shame they're not rechargeable.
£5.99 at Robert dyas in store
Not bad for a set of 4xAA, but don't let the green-washing sway your decision since the amount of recycled material is quite pathetic. From their own website: "the world's first AA battery made with 4% recycled batteries and our longest-lasting alkaline."
Reasonable price and bonus that these batteries also use recycled materials. Heat ( or should that be power!?)
I wouldn't be surprised if Aldi's own-brand batteries are better than these anyway, to be honest.
Non stock 12 pack, just 4 for £1,59
These are the budget simple version they are called simple as they are made simplydown to a price, pay the extra and get the next version up or duracell industrial ones from a good seller on amazon or eBay 10 fir around this price or slightly more.
Thanks. Will check my local (highfive)
Thanks OP. Poundshop do 2 pp3,s for a pound. But in a gas and smoke alarm they don't last long before you get the annoying beep! ;( Hopefully these will do the trick. :D
To the best of my knowledge! I have been sleeping well since I installed them, and the test button works, which is now the only time that they chirp! So I am hoping to get a couple of years out of them, before they start chirping again!!.
Are these working well? Be nice to silence the annoying chirp chirp smoke detectors I have. Like you they seem to "eat" the branded batteries I have been buying.
Thanks ordered 4
Thanks, Op! Excellent price. Got 3 on the same deal a couple of months ago. Replaced the batteries in my smoke detectors, as the 99p alkaline ones kept running out ...at night!...beep...beep...beep! (y)
Precisely. Cold as product is cynical greenwashing (fierce)
The "Eco" part comes from them being 4% recycled. Whoopee-do XD
Sainsburys was 8 AS A for £1.50
Bought loads at Sainsbury as said where they had C and D sizes for £1.50 ish too but that was a few weeks back. Seem like quite good batteries
I thought the same. They make them to look to similar to their rechargeable ones.
243 miles. £135 travel (from Devon). Think I'll use a local one thanks all the same.
I have a good Panasonic charger and some really good Tronic 2400 mAh from lidl that stay charged and last a really long time in my Xbox one x controller,longer than these energizers.Been using nearly a year with no problems.
needed some batteries (y)
Most stuff in Robert Dyas is way over the odds in pricing. Occasionally they have the odd good deal, but if you have money to burn (ie waste) shop there! As for this deal might as well buy a load from Poundland. I can get TWELVE!! rechargeable Fusionmax triple A batteries for 6 quid (ie 6 packs of 2) that will outlast these 'ordinary' batteries by the proverbial mile. http://www.poundland.co.uk/fusionmax-rechargeable-batteries-aaa-2-pack
G8 deal. (y)
It’s about capacity that’s all that’s different.
Thank you both for your extensive knowedge on the subject. As I said,... "As far as I know, no one has ever proved one alkaline battery is better than another at doing the job it's designed for.
How many budget brands are better than the more expensive, not many.They are a budget brand made to a price, only have so much charge in them as you move up the range they have more charge. They were firs introduced to get the pound shop market nothing more. Think of of them like toilet paper, these aren’t quilte certainly not double ply, more like the tracing paper of the 70/80s. If you are to young to know what that was like ask someone your know that’s old enough. That will start a discussion.
Great for carving the turkey at Christmas
Yes have its uses just would like to see how long battery lasts. 20-30 min for £100 no thanks. If someone buys let as know how it does
Yes I noticed the video was edited, likely to save us the boredom of 45 secs sawing through a log. Here's a couple of Australian lads playing with the Ozito version with a 4.0 battery
Yes cutting bone dry log and just two cuts. Just have a look, cut is not continious, they change camera angle (y)
Here's the deal
£3 for a 12 pack of duracell in pound land
£3.99 for 12 in Home Bargains. AAA or AA
Home Bargains are usually good for Duracells, 4 for £1.49 if I recall.
That's like better than half price. Usally it's 4 for £4.50. Great find.
Can someone post a code... A used one ?
Energizer Max is much tastier than Diet Energizer
The site where you claim the films. If anyone is interested... not much info other than the T&C https://www.energizermovies2.com/uk/en
Once you pick your film you don’t have access any more. Most were old family films. The ones I remember are miracle on 34th Street, Mr popper penguins, Fantastic Mr Fox, epic, home alone 2 and one of the Planet of the Apes films not the new one. Lots of other films that I’ve never heard of. 20 in total. I ended up going with the only half decent film the grand Budapest hotel. I’ve already seen it but better than watching some other rubbish. Also your limited to 3 films per house hold. You can always fake the address if you wanted more.
Could you post the options?
He is a T R O L L ...
Is this a serious question?
900mah £3.99 by JCB at home bargain
What’s wrong with throwing them in the bin?
What gadgets/appliances do people use these for apart from cordless telephones? They've been rubbish in everything else I've ever tried them in, ages to charge, loose their charge within a nanosecond or the charger (three different brands) decides they are corrupt. Now if they were li-ion..........
www.batteryshowdown.com Have a look at this site. It will help you get a much better bang for buck.
Nowadays I prefer recargables just make more sence now they as cheap as desposable batterys
I did. They wanted more than 20 bottles which Tesco refused which is fine to me. They (the ones buying the water) and the police did the rest.
Click the link to see
I live in Rochdale I’m ashamed to say. What I will say is they’ll 100% be more to the story than what is made to believe.
What did Tesco do?
Likely not significantly worse than the perceived leading brands according to recent informed post about alkalines in general: https://www.hotukdeals.com/comments/permalink/35390561
400 charges. Lowest avaioable
Some reason they scanned through as AA but the ones we had are AAA. Happy days!
These are still available. Can the mods UNEXPIRE this please? Heat++
For sure! I have a combination of both and use the higher capacity/drain cell in flashlights and the higher self discharge in everything else.
Good shout. It's definitely a question of use-case. For my needs, I'd probably opt for the lower capacity, higher recharge cycle batteries since I mainly use low-powered devices.
If you cannot get these i'd look online for the Fujitsu batteries, they're made in the exact same TDK factory with the exact same ratings. I have these and eneloops and their is no difference. https://www.7dayshop.com/products/fujitsu-aaa-hr03-ready-to-use-nimh-rechargeable-batteries-900mah-4-pack-wh2-recr03fuj-950 78p more expensive but includes delivery. However if you don't NEED the long capacity i'd look at the 2100 recharge cycles version as they'll last longer and have a better self discharge.
Actually, I just zoomed into my original photo. These are the 930mAh version :)
I didn't have the foresight to check the capacity of these before I left the store. Sorry about that :D . Given these are the Pro version, they should be at least 900mAh.
LMAO at the £3.99 SRP
Should still be valid in store Screenshot (email) says valid to 30th September
Price is now:-- £2.15
It's just a loss leader to make you look for something else to make it worth while buying, hundreds of people will look through the site and add stuff they don't need just to get a couple of batteries for a penny!