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eneloop K-KJ55HCD40U BQ-CC55 Charger with UK 3-Pin Plug and 4 AA x 2500 mAh Rechargeable Batteries £34.99 Amazon
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eneloop K-KJ55HCD40U BQ-CC55 Charger with UK 3-Pin Plug and 4 AA x 2500 mAh Rechargeable Batteries £34.99 Amazon£34.99 Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
eneloop K-KJ55HCD40U BQ-CC55 Charger with UK 3-Pin Plug and 4 AA x 2500 mAh Rechargeable Batteries. Been looking to start investing in some rechargeables for a while seems like a good deal…
ManMang0

My current fleet of eneloop 16x 1900mah AA batteries cost me a grand total of £28, shocking the price of these now but have lost 4 AAs and 4 AAAs somewhere so wanting to buy some more. Also have been using an energiser charger all this time, wouldnt mind upgrading that.

Faithfull

Good price, 4X Pro AA's are £17.99 on amazon and the charger is £24 alone

Fudgenlola

I usually aim around £14 for the Enveloop Pro (4 battery packs). But have not tried the standard white, hopefully some one can advice better.

kshade

I also found 8 standard eneloop as for 18.99 https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/133656813162?hash=item1f1e911e6a:g:atMAAOSwAQdgHWIq no idea what a good deal on these is, I did want to get the IKEA ones but needed them before Xmas and apparently they've changed now :(

mchu6am4

Seem expensive?

Eneloop Rechargeable AAA Battery - 8 Pack - 750mAh - £14.99 delivered @ 18650uk / eBay
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Posted 4th Dec 2021Posted 4th Dec 2021
Eneloop Rechargeable AAA Battery - 8 Pack - 750mAh - £14.99 delivered @ 18650uk / eBay£14.99 Free P&P FreeeBay Deals
8 Pack AAA Battery 750mAh Multibuy available 2 @ £14.24 each = £28.48 3 @ £13.49 each = £40.47
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harrythefish

Good brand but AAA isn't a great format for Nimh rechargeables. Needed a powerful LED lantern and researched until I found one that took AAs.

mkara

AAA are 1000mAh. Much better value for standard daily use. Can't comment on it in -20°C, etc 8)

ccparkhill

You’re saying Ikea are paying YouTubers to promote their batteries?

mkara

Oops... My bad. I misread the title. Thought it was AA.

Panasonic Eneloop USB Quick Charger for 1–4 Aa/Aaa Ni-Mh Batteries - £25.07 @ Amazon EU (UK Mainland)
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Posted 4th Oct 2021Posted 4th Oct 2021
Panasonic Eneloop USB Quick Charger for 1–4 Aa/Aaa Ni-Mh Batteries - £25.07 @ Amazon EU (UK Mainland)£25.07 Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
Might not be considered a special deal as such but posting to make people aware of the presence of such a great product as I was looking to find such a brilliant device that can not only cha…
BM999

Micro USB feels all wrong these days. I'd be more interested if it were USB C. Expensive as well.

steve252

Ordered - thanks!!

zararh

thanks

Moody_Cloud

Yes, but like I said, it doesn't come with batteries and they have to be purchased separately. So the model I mentioned is a good option for people who only want a good set of rechargeables and don't care for the power bank feature.

ray.cheung

OP is a bi-direction model. It can charge the battery with a USB power supply, ALSO can used as a portable power bank for your phone. So no, it is not the same, it worth the money you paid!

Panasonic Eneloop BQ-CC55 AA Charger 1.5hr + 4AA - £20 + delivery from £2.99 @ Ocado
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Posted 29th Aug 2021Posted 29th Aug 2021
Panasonic Eneloop BQ-CC55 AA Charger 1.5hr + 4AA - £20 + delivery from £2.99 @ Ocado£22.99£3023% offOcado Deals
Ocado has a sale on Panasonic Eneloop batteries. Eneloops are widely regarded as being the best, if not the cheapest, rechargable AA batteries available, and it's been tough to find them at…
deleted314077

Returned for the eneloop factory discussion. Just grabbing popcorn as I'm late to the party

meridiusuk

What’s a decent charger as I have herd so many people saying three bake the battery’s and can cause longitivtiy

Halo

High-capacity rechargeables (e.g Eneloop Pros, IKEA Ladda) last far fewer recharge cycles than standard Eneloops. They are a false economy unless you actually need the higher capacity (i.e. for high drain devices). They are not an outright upgrade, don’t let the higher numbers and “pro” branding mislead you.

dré.

the varta (£5.29 not £4) and lidl's (never seen them in any store local to me) are not 2450mah, the ikeas are the same as the PRO eneloop's (the black ones) are 2450mah so you're not comparing apples with apples. I was pointing out that you can get a far superior rechargeable battery for a LOT less money and buy a MUCH better charger than this cheap Chinese device.

sheffield788

Never disagreed with you, I agree fast charging affects the batteries. My point is at aprox £1, the rechargeable batteries are cheap enough to replace them once in a while if convenience is more important to some. 5 batteries replaced in 3 years out of 100 is not bad IMO.

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Panasonic Eneloop rechargeable batteries 4xAAA £3.50 @ John Lewis (Leeds)
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Panasonic Eneloop rechargeable batteries 4xAAA £3.50 @ John Lewis (Leeds)£3.50£8.9961% offJohn Lewis Deals
Cheap eneloops. I took a couple of packs, there were maybe 6 left at 4pm today. (Eneloops are regarded as the best rechargeable batteries: excellent lifespan & durability.)
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Hi All, I managed to get some of these Eneloops for the first time after buying other brands like Lidl Tronic, Lloytron & Vapextech - I use about 30 AAA's so was looking to save costs. but have finally learned it is a false economy buying the cheaper ones - resisted buying the Amazon Basics ones that were about £13 for 24 as I suspected I would have the same problems as with the other brands. I use two 8 Bay Chargers from VapexTech as they were so highly regarded on various online & YouTube videos. These chargers are supposed to charge fully & then go to trickle charge mode so the batteries would always be full till you need them. However, I found that over time, my current batteries all would get very hot & over time, the outer skins on most of the batteries have peeled off very badly exposing greatly the inner silver cell. I do not wish for this to happen to my new Eneloops so can anyone tell me as to why this might be happening as I initially thought it unlikely that both chargers could be the issue? (horrible charger by the way, batteries keep pooping out as the contact point on AAA's is so very small & weak!) See pic for actual charger being used! Many Thanks!

beetle_bum

Still at least 6 packs in John Lewis Leeds as of this afternoon, didn't purchase any myself

finknottle

Wouldn't be so quick to scoff! https://hackaday.com/2016/09/29/homebrew-powerwall-sitting-at-20kwh/ (cheeky)

ruheluddin86

How good do these work?

samspud

Exactly what I was going to say (lol)

Panasonic eneloop AA Rechargeable Ready-To-Use Ni-MH Batteries , Pack of 8 - £17.27 Prime / +£4.49 non Prime @ Amazon EU (UK Mainland)
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Panasonic eneloop AA Rechargeable Ready-To-Use Ni-MH Batteries , Pack of 8 - £17.27 Prime / +£4.49 non Prime @ Amazon EU (UK Mainland)£17.27Amazon Deals
I was having a look around for rechargeables as usually buy normal batteries and eneloop have good reviews. These seem a decent price for 8 - 1900mAh capacity. Eneloop is a long-life, pre…
jaizan

I've had some ordinary Eneloops for almost 10 years. They are excellent. After about 35 years of buying various rechargeable batteries, I have to say the Eneloops have been the only ones worth the bother. Most of the other brands ended up with almost no capacity after a few charges.

DryUrEyesMate

Not at all just by the ikea 2450mah batteries as there both made in the same factory and perform exactly the same.

marboy

Nice. Do you think a decent charger also makes a difference?

DryUrEyesMate

Mybe twice the price but they will last you 4 times longer, mine are almost 10yrs old and are still going very strong well past there rated capacity of 2450mah.

fireman1

Have I got this right, IKEA charge £3.95 to pick them up from their own shop? Is that some kind of joke.