I’m not sure the exact mAh of these but normally alkaline AA batteries fall in the range of 2200mAh to 2800mAh. I have used these as well as other brands and it’s hard to tell that much of a difference between them all. At 15p a battery, even at the bottom end of the scale you get 3 of these for the price of one Duracell. The one alkaline battery I did use and notice that it lasted longer was the Panasonic EVOLTA. If you want serious long lasting AA then buy lithium. Stay away from anything that mentions heavy duty (normally means a zinc battery) these are terrible. They run an Xbox controller for around 20mins if your lucky.
How good are these. Do they tend to last as long or longer?
Links appreciated, thanks :)
Thanks @bozo007 £8.32 per pack, using the code (y)
Duracell make the Procell which are the same battery, used to be called Duracell Procell, changed to Duracell Industrial and mow just plain Procell. £7.84 for 20 of both on eBay and you can get them off Amazon as well, just make sure you get them from a good seller as batteries are one of the most faked items out there along with razor blades and toothbrush heads.
Yup never heard of these either until I got my Surface Pro and needed them for my pen.
Not buying batteries from amazon anymore after the last 3 separate orders all spontaneously exploded (all sold and fulfilled by amazon themselves). Literally have a mark on my ceiling where one battery exploded and the shell fired across the room. Honestly lucky to not have been injured. Amazon has a massive issue with fakes.
or 6 for a quid at poundland...
Ordered some of these on Sunday to go in my Pixel Pen too.
Never heard of AAAA until now so i have no idea if it.s a good deal or not (lol)
Out of stock in Greenwich, or back to 7quid+ for the 6xDs. They had a pack of 2xDs for one pound but I needed a minimum 3 so did not bother.
Picked up some this morning in store at Allington Waitrose, seem to be old branding Duracells, still o.k until 2030, new packs at normal prices.
a few left in mine, but obviously going quick - the mark down is to a quarter waitrose normal price or less. 6 Cs is the main one left.
Also Includes a few other battery sizes as previously mentioned in another deal https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/duracell-plus-9v-batteries-alkaline-x4-for-ps250-duracell-2025-3v-lithium-x4-for-ps160-min-spend-delivery-at-waitrose-partners-3685467
Thanks a lot for the lovely words mate, hope you have a fab day ahead too (highfive)
I was able to get the 9V from Beckenham, on the bottom shelf. Almost didn't notice them but great deal nevertheless
The chirping does my head in, so many people don't even seem to notice, I end up doing all the communal alarms wherever I've lived...
In-store if stock some discontinued lines according to my man in store. Bottom shelf in the stire we just passed so people probably won't spot them. The c and d were dated 1/30 so even if you don't have something to use them you have them ready for when you do buy something you see on HUKD that needs them.
My smoke alarm was chirping all night. Went Morrison’s earlier and cost me £6 for 2x 9v (annoyed)
I had tried many times start of this week to order these batteries but Argo online system didn't let me allow it. I rang Argo and been told that it was a clearance stuff and out of stock. Please expire it.
OOS everywhere near me but frustratingly it doesnt show this until you try to pay for it. Looks like a good 'ole fashion wild goose chasin'... Yee-haa!
It's run out of batteries (fierce)
Same. It’s had this problem on this product for days. I can only assume they don’t have any stock left at that store and that’s why it won’t check out
Web site seems to be down, won't allow check out.
Posted 18th FebPosted 18th Feb
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Posted 16th FebPosted 16th Feb
Duracell Simply Alkaline Batteries Micro AAA LR3 (32 Pack) - £7.16 (+£4.49 NP) - Sold by Love Bargainz / FBA @ Amazon£7.16Amazon Deals
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Funnily enough I went to buy some IKEA Ladda only to find that they are charging customers extra to click and collect.
If it's battery terminals / contacts then something abrasive to get you back through the gunk and corrosion to the bare metal. Disposable nail files are good for this. If it's really, really bad then switch cleaner but I've never had to resort to this and you have to be careful with it as it does nasty things to some plastics.
I'm not the boss of you? You’re absolutely right. I can’t control when you eat or poop. But there are some things in this world that you need to do.
Would they go into nissan leaf 1st gen?
whats the best way to clean a battery leak (corossion) in an old electronic item. I tried white vinegar and it didnt work
Posted 3rd FebPosted 3rd Feb
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I would agree but they just don't last long enough they only have so many charge discharge cycles before they go in the bin although I do use them I would not ban single use batteries
Actually, now I think about it you are right. Disposables should be banned.
I urge everyone to spend £20 as a one time purchase for rechargeable batteries, then you don't have to worry about buying batteries again. These disposables should be banned IMO
Only £3.99 in savers
JCB batteries are better at home bargains. 20 for £3. 15p a battery vs 33p a battery for these. Even if these are slightly better they would have to have more than double the capacity of the JCB batteries to be more cost effective, which they won't.
Posted 9th Dec 2020Posted 9th Dec 2020
Duracell Plus AA Alkaline Batteries [Pack of 8], 1.5 V LR06 MX1500 limited stock - £4.20 (+£4.49 NP) - Sold by mspackaging / FBA£4.20 Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
Keep coming down to around this price. Limited stock.