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Energizer AA Batteries, Alkaline Power Double A Batteries, 24 Pack £6.99 (Prime) + £4.49 (non Prime) at Amazon
Posted 7th MayPosted 7th May
24-pack of Energizer Alkaline Power AA batteries Leak-resistant design ensures your batteries won't leak in storage so they're ready when you are Long-lasting power for your fami… Read more

Perfect, that'll go with the pack of AAA that was posted the other day on here. Cheers, OP.


heat :D


Thanks OP


Good price (y)

Energizer AA Alkaline Power Batteries 24 Pack £7.99 & Robert Dyas
Posted 25th AprPosted 25th Apr
Energizer AA alkaline power batteries usually £12.49 now £7.99 for a pack of 24

cold.. £4.95 delivery


This one, fill your boots:. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/maxell-alkaline-lr6-aa-batteries-box-pack-100-pack-ps1142-at-amazon-3694539


The Maxell offer on Amazon is the one to go for


I've paid £4.99 for these and at some point they had 2 for 1. Don't remember if they were from RD with collection from Ryman, or directly from Ryman.


for £1 more they sell the max varient in a box of 26, which is far better value

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Energizer AAA Batteries, Alkaline Power, 24 Family Pack - £6.08 Prime/+£4.49 Non Prime (Mainland UK delivery) Sold by Amazon EU @ Amazon
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Posted 9th AprPosted 9th Apr
The "Get Deal" link above might not show the deal price. So, to get the price please follow the instruction as shown : About this item 24-pack of Energizer Alkaline Power… Read more

Mine arrived today via royal mail second class delivery in weird packaging (shock)


Nice one! Kids seem to be getting through these faster than the AA ones, so got some :)


These will come in very handy in about 4 weeks time for the Eid gifts (y) (y) (y)


Agree in part. It is possible to buy chargers that can recharge these alkaline batteries as well. Had one such charger for years and works a treat. If your device requires a high energy use these last much longer in the device than Ni-Mh rechargeable ones.


If rechargeable doesn't fit or not suitable for a certain item then its unavoidale. I was just making a point that non rechargeable are used too much. Can get a giant pack for a £1 in pound shops. The duracel rechargeable I use fit everything here easily apart from a few bubble guns I bought from butlins. That's a tight squeeze but still manage it