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12 pack Energiser Industrial 9v batteries £12.94 prime / £17.43. NonPrime at Amazon
Posted 19 h, 53 m agoPosted 19 h, 53 m ago
My smoke alarms were bleeping so ordered these I only needed 5 but the rest can be used for my sons remote control car remote.! 12 pack free prime delivery or +£4.99

Camels show they are regularly cheaper....and dearer of course! Will watch them for a while and bite at £12 mark. They have been as low as £10.99. Good find thank you.


3 for £2.19 here (including prime delivery) :


Great deal! only about £1 a battery

Varta Industrial AAA Alkaline Battery LR03 Pack of 40 - £11.98 (+£4.49 NP) @ Amazon
Posted 21 h, 56 m agoPosted 21 h, 56 m ago
Features & details High performance quality product "Made in Germany" 10 year shelf life, durable and certified according to international standards: DIN EN ISO 9001: 2008 and … Read more
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To be honest, I'm not sure... I just know that the ones I've got are cheaper and industrial (if that makes any difference???) to the standard ones




Heat I purchased 3 packs (Long Life Power) from Screwfix over a year ago on a deal. Not sure sure which are superior but mine are lasting a very long time in TV remotes, Clocks and Blood Pressure machine.


Penny more for AA’s


Whats the difference with the industrial ones? They come up an £1 cheaper on amazon...

AA AAA and 9V NiMH Mains Battery Charger with 4x AA 2000mAh Rechargeable Batteries - £9.99 @ 7DayShop
Posted 2nd JunPosted 2nd Jun
Superb value mains battery charger that charges AA and AAA and also 9V (PP3) size rechargeable batteries. Charges 2 or 4 AA or AAA batteries at a time. And can charge 2 x (V / PP3 … Read more

True, all my Eneloops capacities are within about +/- 200 mAh of when they were new and some are about 5 years old now.


Thank you so much for this!


For ease of use I like the Liitokala Engineer Lii-500 but if you want a good compact one (but it's a bit more fiddly to use) something like a Technoline BC-500 I think it's called (there are others same charger different brand). :) Both discharge but Liitokala is easier to read and more Intuitive.


I bought a load of those cheap 7dayshop rechargeable batteries and they’ve all failed. I recommend IKEA or Eneloops now. Cheap rechargeables are a false economy, it’s worth spending a bit more and getting ones that are made in Japan.


Ladda are good batteries but Ikea chargers are rubbish. Got one DOA

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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!

Thanks op just picked some up


Ikea sourcing their batteries from eneloop is well-established, no point debating what is already well-known. As for the price quoted for this item (£10 inc delivery), it's very close to eneloop. Not sure what else remains to discuss. Good night.


Rechargeable lithium batteries in the AA size that give out a constant regulated 1.5 volts due to having inbuilt circuitry......pricey but top banana for products that hate 1.25 volts of normal rechargeable NiMh. Kentli rechargeable lithium polymer in AA and AAA and Tenavolt and Deeleepow lithium ion that contain a 3.7 volt cell regulated to give 1.5 volts so the overall capacity is greater than eneloops and are lighter while still being AA in size.......NiMh........Dead old technology now.


First you talking about Eneloop now about Ikea own brand. I've checked Ikea stuff before and certainly is not re branded Eneloop. Some freaks made some long term test and proved they are only similar but definitely not the same. What about IKEA postage? It's not like you can quickly just nip in to Ikea behind the corner with their 21 shops in whole country.


Ikea LADDA AA x4 are rebranded eneloop pros and available for £5.50. Eneloop/Fujitsu brand is closer to £10 though.

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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I bought a laptop battery by this brand and it has poor capacity :-(


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.

Einhell Power X-Change 18V Battery Twin Pack 2 x 4.0Ah - £59.98 at Toolstation
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Posted 18th MayPosted 18th May
Available by Click and Collect: 2 x Einhell Power X-Change 4.0Ah battery saving 50% from RRP. Great extras for the cordless Einhell gardening tools About this item The Einhell … Read more
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Good deal. Trying to resist getting them to upgrade my 2.0Ah ones for the mower, must resist...


Homebase Ozito is the same just in case nobody knew.


Great first deal @ChoosingDeals - thank you. I'd been looking for some of these too (party)


im afraid not


Are these compatible with Dewalt? Just wondering...

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 ?

Energizer Power Plus 2000 mAh NiMH AA rechargeable batteries 4-pack £5.61 @ Amazon UK
Posted 16th MayPosted 16th May
There's a non-prime option there even cheaper, I wouldn't know about that. (shock) 4-pack of Energizer Recharge Power Plus 2000 mAh NiMH AA rechargeable batteries The wor… Read more

Not working out so great over at Amazon Prime for some reason.


Slightly above your price range but this is a well respected charger (imo) Opus BT C3100 v2.2 Battery Charger I haven't purchased from this company so I can't give an opinion on them but other purchasing options are available. (y)


Definitely a good price for a respected Japanese manufactured battery. (highfive)


Nothing wrong with the EnergiZers then.


Ordered. Forgot to use the code. Annoying

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 CR2430 Lithium Coin Battery 3V, £0.65 at Amazon Prime / £5.14 Non Prime
Posted 15th MayPosted 15th May
Good value single battery here, might suit someone. Box Contains Varta Batterie Professional electronics CR2430

I'm intrigued. What's going on?


Of course you don’t (lol)


I don't know about any of that, sorry



OP - why did you delete or report my first comment??!. Evidently thought it would be a threat to it going hot lol. Strange person (lol) Probably going to report this one too now lol

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.

AmazonBasics AAA 1.5 Volt Performance Alkaline Batteries - Pack of 100 - £15.57 Prime/£20.06 Non Prime @ Amazon UK
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Posted 8th MayPosted 8th May
One 100-pack of AAA 1.5- volt performance alkaline batteries ideal for a variety of devices, including game controllers, toys, flashlights, digital cameras, and clocks 10-year le… Read more

Absoloutely correct. I understand your point but it goes full circle and the whole point is they won’t make more if their sales were to holt. Stock costs money and no company wants all of their money in the form of their products in their warehouse, they want to sell it to you. If it sits in their warehouse for 10 years they won’t be buying more from the factory to replenish their stock levels. The factory then has less orders, which in turn means they make less batteries. We won’t see the end of these for many years but hopefully countries start to ban the sale in a bid to reduce the effects on the environment. Rechargeable is usable in 90% of devices, and the 10% that don’t work correctly are devices which really need a redesign and modernisation to make them rechargeable imo :)


What is the reason for not using them in a low drain device such as a clock or tv remote? Genuine question :)


Solar panel AA battery charging station (lol) yes I know but come on we all know the point lol. And nuclear energy isn’t as bad as the crazies like to think. We need energy from somewhere, I just feel like it’s best not to go for a one time throw away battery, my opinion of course. You’re entitled to your own :)


This exactly; on multiple instances. I try to buy things that are rechargeable as the manufacturer has then put some thought into how to work with the slightly lower output compared to single use batteries.


I agree but at least I'm producing energy. Things need to be made to help us out and they can't be produced and fitted without using some energy. Anyway re-chargeable batteries are good but I do use some alkaline batteries, but not as many as I used to!

Ryobi RB18L40 18V ONE+ Lithium+ 4.0Ah Battery - £58 @ Amazon
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Posted 8th MayPosted 8th May
The Ryobi RB 18L40 ONE+ Battery is ideal for users seeking great runtime and performance from their ONE+ tools.
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I wondered the same, and et voila! YouTube has a video to give you the answer.


I hear you brother 😜


Why so much for 4ah battery.? Can get makita or bosch 4ah battery for £35-£40.


I stumbled upon a YouTube video where this American did a battery (pun intended) of tests on aftermarket batteries, & there was indeed a difference, (you get what you pay for) but the summary was basically that unless you use them constantly & regularly it's not really worth the extra cash.

jynx88 this is the one i got and have to say is brillant and you can see how much battery you have left while using it.

VARTA Longlife - Alkaline Batteries C Pack x4 £1.88 at Amazon prime / £6.37 Non prime
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Posted 6th MayPosted 6th May
Varta longlife extra C alkaline battery 1.5V have long lasting energy for low drain devices with constant and low energy consumption. Ideal for remote controls, clocks and torches.… Read more
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Wow, same as deal i posted 3 weeks ago and still active but if it re highlights the bargain then it’s a good thing.


Thanks op,. Bought


Great price thanks Op (y) . Bought a couple of sets for new catflap


Great for Cat feeders and microchip cat flaps too.


Good price

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