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Energizer Advanced 'D' batteries - £2.35 @ Tesco
Found 21st JunFound 21st Jun
Currently £2.35 in my local (Fareham) - shelf price, not yellow stickered, unsure if national. Other sizes also on offer - 8 AAs for £2.50 (or 4 AAs for £2.50 if you're so incline… Read more
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Only 5 packs available online for me but got them (worldcup)


Many thanx taking the time to reply will order online ;)


Even better - cheers.


It is yea. I've just popped in there myself to get a few packs. My local one is running out though.


Do you know it these are instore at this price or do I need to C&c? Did look on the website but can only see to C&c. Want them today it’s a man thing lol (y)

Energizer Max AA Batteries 18 Pack ONLY £3.75 at ASDA
LocalLocalFound 14th JunFound 14th Jun
I found Energizer Max AA Batteries 18 Pack on shelves of local ASDA for only £3.75 reduced from £7.50. They seem to have plenty of stock in too. Apologies for poor picture qua
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Asda stock varies from store to store. I have 2 local ASDA with in 3 mike radius both with 18 packs in sto


Never seen 18s in my local.


Worse batteries per tv programme the other day. Better off with supermarket own brand.


Which branch please op as I assume it’s store specific?

Energizer 12v 7500mAh Lithium Car Jump Starter @ Tesco direct, free Click & Collect or £3 delivery charge for £34.50
Found 12th JunFound 12th Jun
Start up to a 2.0L diesel or 3.0L petrol car several times from a single charge Recharge from your 12V vehicle socket using a USB charger cable & 12V USB plug adaptor Portabl… Read more

Not trolling . They are very handy . But the are a major fire risk


Haha, not sure if trolling


Yep had a few .yes they work but eventually All went on fire .


Why, do you have any personal experience with this? I have an Aukeyone which came off a deal here for £25 and its been flawless so far - has started three vehicles with dead batteries including a 2.0 TDI engine which it shouldn't have.


OOS Unfortunately.

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24 pack of Energizer AA or AAA Batteries for £5.99 @ Ryman - Free c&c
Found 10th JunFound 10th Jun
Great price when offer is on, I know that Robert Dyas usually have them for offer at this price too (currently expired). Instore and online offer. Free delivery to store. Upto 10%… Read more
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You can get Kodak batteries from Poundland 12 pack for 1£


I buy these from CPC - never had any problems & seem to last well 40x AA for £6.95 (£2.99+VAT postage or free if order is over £8.00 exc.vat) http://cpc.farnell.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?catalogId=10001&langId=69&urlRequestType=Base&partNumber=BT0561906&storeId=10180 40xAAA for £6.95 http://cpc.farnell.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?catalogId=10001&langId=69&urlRequestType=Base&partNumber=BT0561806&storeId=10180


Quite outdated but real tests done here: http://www.batteryshowdown.com/results-hi.html


Save your money and the planet and get Panasonic Eneloops.


nope, used loads of em in the past, various electronics, cameras and xbox controllers.

Energizer lithium battery 3v CR2 £2.25 @ Wilko
LocalLocalFound 27th MayFound 27th May
CR2 battery.. Good price as twin pack is 7.50.. Might be store specific.. Tottenham

Agreed I think 7.50 is extortionate but I wanted them ASAP and both maolin near me didn't carry stock.. 2.25 seemed OK to me as duel pack was 7.50


Good price? 7.50 for a twin pack? on what planet? I get em for less than a quid.


For a CR2 battery in your hand from a reputable brand that's a good price. For info, maplins at full price for own brand was >£8, even with closing down offer came in at £2.10

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Energiser eco 8 pack AA or aaa batteries £2 instore Sainsbury Hoddesdon
LocalLocalFound 25th MayFound 25th May
8 aa or aaa energiser eco advanced batteries. Was £8 now £2 sainsbry Hoddesdon
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Was just going to post this as saw them in Sainsbury's Mansfield



8x Energizer eco Advanced AA Batteries £2 instore @ Sainsbury's
Refreshed 26th MayRefreshed 26th MayLocalLocal
Price point says £8, buy 1 get 1 free but they scanned in at £2. I can't find my receipt to confirm whether the bogof was still applied. This was Silksworth Sainsbury's, Sunderlan… Read more

Heat added, I posted this deal not seeing this one already lol. AA and AAA and Type C in mine.


Eco my arse, this is corporate greenwash as these batteries are only 4% recycled. If anyone gives a monkeys about being green they should be getting rechargeables.


My local has AA (8-pack), AAA (8-pack), C (2-pack), D (2-pack) and 9V (single) all for £2. Purchased (at least) one of each at £2. Thanks j3remy42 for this!


In my local Sainsbury’s it’s all sizes, all packs £2 including 9 volt. With or without google play movies on the pack. Receipt attached.


The packs I bought specifically were the ones that came with a free movie on Google Play. I'm not sure if the packs without that offer would have the same effect at checkout.

4 x Energizer AA Rechargeable Batteries 1300 mAh - £3.75 @ Amazon (Add-on item)
Found 24th MayFound 24th May
Rechargeable Energizer RCAA1300 batteries (x4), AA, 1300Mah currently £3.75 sold and delivered by Amazon (the best price it's been and not bad for 4 x rechargeable AA batteries of … Read more

1300? cold


I agree. My 7dayshop AA and AAAs are the same, they are too frustrating to use because they don't hold a charge and the capacity seems really small, some have also died prematurely. Poundland fusionmax ones hold their charge for a long, long time, never tried these Energizer ones.


Bought 8 of AA and 12 of AAA @ 7days.They aren't low self discharge, they get discharged within few weeks. I would call them quick self discharge instead. It was discussed by severalI members here when they were posted previously. I own lot of brands of nimh batteries but these are the worst. Might be the faulty batch but I found that some of them will hold charge for few weeks and some only one week. Some of them are dead after few charges. I've got very good cpu controlled charger and all my lidl, varta, energizer and others perform very good. I stopped using these because they're so unriable. Don't waste money on these!


Poundland rechargeables are surprisingly good quality 2 for £1 and have a higher capacity than is stated on the box, about 900mah i think, not up to this capacity but they last ages in my xbox controller.


Good find, post it if it's not up already (y) 🏼

Energizer AA or AAA Alkaline Power Batteries 24 pack for £5.99 / £5.09 with code @ Robert Dyas - Available Online & In-store (Free C&C)
Refreshed 25th MayRefreshed 25th May
These Energizer® Alkaline Power Batteries provide long-lasting energy for all your everyday devices. At a lower cost than premium alternatives, they also have a greater resistance … Read more

Nope! Didn’t read that post, sorry :)


Or, as I wrote just TWO (2) posts above your previous post: (In other words, do you not read other posts?) The only devices I can think of where you should want alkalines these days is in low-consumption remote controls (i.e. those without screens), clocks (as pibpob mentioned, and they usually only take 1 AA battery each), body weight scales, and emergency torches that you leave in your car long-term, or a shed) - basically, very low consumption devices and devices that need to work when you do get around to using, but which you almost never use.


Another key point, rechargeable batteries constantly lose charge over time, so in some instances using alkaline is a better option in devices that aren’t used very often but need batteries - such as a door lock or remote control that you won’t use very often.


Chaotic, but not necessarily unusual ;)


Number of toys varying between 50 and and 100 - and all have to be primed and ready for use? Your situation is extremely unusual!

9v Energizer Advanced Batteries. £5 BOGOF! In-store at Sainsbury's
LocalLocalFound 8th MayFound 8th May
May be store specific, I'm not sure. This was in the Letchworth store. A fiver for 2 of these batteries - fab deal for me as I'm in a band and get through a shedload of these ev… Read more
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Hmmm not sure why so cold - these are usually between £5-6 *each* (I buy enough of them to know!). Oh well, can't please everyone I guess...

Energizer AA or AAA Alkaline Power Batteries 24 pack for £5.09 using code @ Robert Dyas (Free C&C)
Refreshed 5th MayRefreshed 5th May
Use code MAYD15E at checkout for 15% off. Robert Dyas offers a FreeClick and Collect service to both Robert Dyas stores and Ryman stores across the country. These Energizer® A… Read more
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got mine from the shop not hard thing to do in and out and happy!. :)


It typical isn't it? I always get excited and then let down when I find out the p&p to here


Typical, just picked up a pack of 12 batteries for a fiver.


How many stores do they have exactly?


Always prefer IKEA ones as they are powerful and only cost £1.50 for pack of 10.

AA Energizer accu Recharge Batteries (Co-Operative) £2.50
LocalLocalFound 1st MayFound 1st May
AA Energizer accu Rechargeable Batteries 4 Pack (2000mah) At The Co-operative Store Could Be Store Specific But A Bargain At £2.50
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Are these low self-discharge?


One of the best brand of rechargeable batteries I've used. Great buy if you can get hold of them.


Rechargeable batteries always seem to be reduced after a while of being on sale to make room for newer models etc, the description clearly states it could be "Store Specific" however there is a chance this could be wide spread as the reduced stickers are sent from head office rather than marked down in-store, would be nice for people to check and upload a picture of thier purchase if possible. Cheers (y)


The chances of this being any other store other then the one the OP WORKS AT is none. Op could have amended the price or reduced 1 pack. But yet so much heat.


Cardiff Bay (y)

Energizer Power Max P600S Black Carbon 5.99" 32GB 4G Unlocked & SIM Free £299.97 at Laptops Direct
Found 30th AprFound 30th Apr
Save £52 (14%). Unlocked & SIM Free (Dual Sim) 4G Ready for ultra fast network speeds Ultra-sharp dual 13 + 5 Megapixel rear camera & 8 Megapixel selfie camera 5.99” 1… Read more

Nope, its old 28nm slow tech. You can get the Maze Alpha 4G on amazon for £139. Better spec, same Helio P25 CPU. The ew Vernee X is a more major China brand so maybe that is better for similar.


Obviously 16AH suits the brand. And yes, not this.




Seriously - an 'Energiser' phone...? C'mon - who with any self-respect is gonna buy this...


A comparable phone with same screen res, newer android, almost the same cpu, 4000mAh battery for £110: http://s.aliexpress.com/QRJzQVZf

ENERGIZER ECO ADVANCED 8xAA and 8xAAA £3.88 Batteries **Reduced Price** instore at Tesco
LocalLocalFound 11th AprFound 11th Apr
Tesco's Hammersmith could potentially be found in other stores. I thought this was a good find and worth a post. AA batteries are 4.79 add on Item on Amazon. Save a little and pick… Read more
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Here it is @lonzybabe


@lonzybabe I will by tomorrow I bought them then left it at work. So tomorrow around 8-9am I will have t for you


can you possibly provide the barcode for this please???

8 Energizer eco advanced instore at Toys R Us for £2.70
LocalLocalFound 11th AprFound 11th Apr
Toys R us have reduced all batteries by 70%. Only available in-store and metro centre gateshead had millions, said Geoffrey, all under one roof. Also available in AAA.

I took the kids yesterday and it was quite sad that this is closing. I remember being taken here on birthdays as a kid to pick a present or spend birthday money in days where proper toys, board games and bikes were the "in things". Sign of the times when toy shops close down. Kids nowadays have never lived!


heat for your description


I know Hun no comparison X 💅


... Wilco value or energiser eco Hmmm


70% off and still more expensive than your regular highstreet stores. e.g. http://www.wilko.com/batteries+chargers/wilko-extra-life-alkaline-batteries-aaa-15v-8pk/invt/0188343 I begin to see why they're bankrupt.

Energizer AAA Alkaline Power Batteries - 24 Pack £5.09 / Daewoo Halogen Air Fryer £24.99 / Silentnight So Full Pillows - 4 Pack £11.89 @ Robert Dyas (With Code / Free C&C)
Found 30th MarFound 30th Mar
Good price for these batteries. Use the code RD15EASTER. Free C&C. Fryer: https://www.robertdyas.co.uk/daewoo-halogen-oven-with-12l-capacity? Pillows: https://www.robertdy… Read more
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Not sure if this deal is still going on but you can get 48 GP AAA or AA for a tenner at a company called Budget Batteries with free delivery


can also be collected at Rymans which helps if there isn't a Robert Dyas near


Though I would add, AA's are the same price too btw: https://www.robertdyas.co.uk/energizer-aa-alkaline-power-batteries-24-pack


In before "really should be using rechargeable batteries" comments. Thanks op


Nice deals but hardly freebies. Isn't it posted in the wrong thread?


Same price in Rymans at the moment for those who missed this :)


Great deal let down by £3.95 shipping cost. Sorry,cold. (annoyed)


Actually £1.99 Panasonics from Argos are NOT alkaline. So not even comparable and definitely not better value.


Maplins are doing 30AA and 20AAA(50 pieces) for £6.99. Not sure for how long as the stores are closing down.


Not listed on website

4 x AA Energizer Recycled Batteries - £2.50 instore in Sainsburys (Leamington)
LocalLocalFound 20th FebFound 20th Feb
Thought this was a good price as I normally pay £5+. Found in Sainsburys Leamington, not sure if its national. Seemed to be lots of stock and 8 x packs also available.

If you care enough about the environment and think this will help you would no doubt be better of buying a pack of rechargeable batteries which you can recycle/recharge upwards if 1000 times


Just checked online, and it states these are made with 4% recycled material from old batteries..... not exactly a very high percentage, but better than nothing I suppose. Still, I'm not going to buy these and suddenly feel I'm saving the planet or something, not at that low a percentage. That's if these are actually the recycled range, as there seems to be some doubt........... ?


Yes, your right. They have used the same colour scheme as their recycled range... My bad. I'll update the title now to save confusion.


If you did want more than 1 pack they are 2 for £4.50 from argos http://www.argos.co.uk/product/4283029/specialoffers/E26334


These are alkaline- not rechargeable

Energizer AAA OR AA Alkaline Power Batteries  24pk £5.09 w/code @ Robert Dyas
Found 16th FebFound 16th Feb
Link goes to both - free C&C - use code 15HALFTERM at basket (works on most items)
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Thanks for that! I had also noticed this issue in the forums, but I was so sure it must be battery related. I just called Hive and they said it is a known issue and are sending me out a replacement unit now. Changing the batteries every two weeks is a bit over the top really! I wont even need to buy any Energizer batteries now if this works! :-)


There is a known problem with Hive that could account for that. First set (Duracell) last ages, then it burns through them - Duracell or not. Plenty of complaints on Hive forums, many £££'s wasted on "top spec" Duracell. I can see you would blame the battery, as it doesn't make sense the device would suddenly start hogging them, but it seems to be some sort of firmware issue. A few people have got replacement thermostats. Still on the first set in mine, will have to wait and see. Btw Energizer Industrial should be the same as their 'retail' batteries, they're both alkaline. Heavy Duty usually refers to Zinc Chloride, which are an upgrade from Zinc Carbon. Both rubbish compared to modern chemistries.


I have been using the Ikea batteries for a while now, but they only last a few weeks in my Hive thermostat compared to the Duracell's that seem to last well over a year. I don't understand how the tests can show Ikea batteries as being any good when my own experience seems to be quite different. I am going to try Energizer "Industrial" next because I have heard they are good. Has anyone tried those? Sounds a bit similar to "heavy duty" though!


Well Ive decided to give the GP Batteries Ultra High Performance AA Battery - Chrome/Black/Red (Pack of 24) Sold by: Batteries247 £6.25 a try see how they go... if they are really not up to par should be an easy return with Amazon


Analysis Discount and OEM cells perform very well Surprisingly, as in the 200mA test, the clear winner in this test was the Ikea alkaline, followed by other discount store batteries. The Ikea scored over 1200mAh, and costs just 10p per cell (sold in packs of 10.) Other discount shop cells did surprisingly well, with ReadyCell from Home Bargains (TJ Morris) doing very well too. Even at higher cut-off voltages of 1.1V, they still represent excellent value for money. The general conclusion is that most alkaline cells behave similarly to each other, though under higher drains some more significant differences become apparent. Project: Battery Showdown Cheapest or dearest? The results may surprise you... http://www.batteryshowdown.com/

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