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Energizer 12V Twin Socket and Twin USB Adapter @ Argos - Free C+C £10.99
Found 11 h, 9 m agoFound 11 h, 9 m ago
Plugs in to the 12v vehicle socket and allows the use and charging of a range of items on the move, such as phones, tablets and sat navs. Compatible with suitable for most 12V v… Read more
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From personal experience I know that trying to charge 2 phones via USB ports will splat the fuse. I would imagine that there's no way you could have 4 devices plugged in at the same time unless you uprate the fuse.


Can get one with Qualcomm 3.0 charging, a voltage display and switched ports for less. ebay.co.uk/itm/Dual-USB-QC3-0-Multi-Car-Cigarette-Socket-Splitter-Quick-Charger-Power-Adapter/352543444492?_trkparms=aid%3D222007%26algo%3DSIM.MBE%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20180213162448%26meid%3Dde22e81e01f441c6955df2ea80a29e0c%26pid%3D100930%26rk%3D8%26rkt%3D8%26sd%3D382812251922%26itm%3D352543444492&_trksid=p2349624.c100930.m5375 Or UK seller m.ebay.co.uk/itm/100W-Cigarette-Lighter-Socket-Splitter-Dual-USB-QC3-0-Car-Charger-Adapter-12-24V/382812251922?ul_ref=rover.ebay.com/rover/1/710-53481-19255-0/1?ff3=2&toolid=10044&campid=5338326521&customid=0e2a65cd-6beb-4411-97c8-4c8151c05984&lgeo=1&vectorid=229508&item=382812251922&srcrot=710-53481-19255-0&rvr_id=1907951401030&rvr_ts=af054f1c1690aa64a102e680ffe7b1a6&_mwBanner=1&_rdt=1&ul_noapp=true&pageci=b07d6a78-2e3a-480d-b951-60a1b3ef2e4d


How much?


Pound shop has similar


How can you be anonymous if your name is anonymous.

Energizer AA/AAA  Alkaline Power Batteries - 24 Pack - £5.09 with code @ Robert Dyas - Free C&C
25/03/2019Expires on 25/03/2019Found 22nd MarFound 22nd Mar
This deal is back on with code.... These Energizer® Alkaline Power Batteries provide long-lasting energy for all your everyday devices. At a lower cost than premium alternatives… Read more

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Well for one thing rechargeables actually state their capacity. Alkalines do not.


I wouldn't say so, but it would depend on your comparison. There is a massive variation in capacity and reliability even across brands. There are a fair few good comparisons on this. As a general average a rechargeable won't give you as good as a result as a disposable, when new it's a small difference, but the Alkaline batteries chemistry simply doesn't hold up as well to capacity/cycle I.e. after multiple charges they degrade pretty rapidly. NiMh batteries were pretty good in that respect. One reason why some electronics used them even after lipo was a thing. But it's also why despite being a more energy dense chemistry you don't get alkalines in other applications and why other than consumer electronics and handheld electrical devices on the cheaper end they are phasing out in favour of newer lithium batteries that are now cheaper and overall better.


Arguing about using batteries. Lol. Get a life


I think that's largely untrue. Rechargeables tend to have just as good a capacity as disposables and hold their voltage much better under medium to high load conditions - such as in flashlights or radio controlled cars. I have been using flashlights at work for a decade and I learned quickly that alkalines suffer voltage drop under load much sooner than NiMH.

Energizer Max Plus AA/AAA Batteries Buy 1 Get One Free £8.25 @ Tesco
24/04/2019Expires on 24/04/2019Found 22nd FebFound 22nd Feb
Longest lasting alkaline battery that Energizer produce. Can mix AA/AAA.

Most are fakes and I've been bitten twice. So no more Duracell industrial




These are notorious for being fake in most instances... I think Duracell stopped producing them some years ago. I was caught several times back in the day on eBay. See this for a bit of an overview and a discussion thread on Overclockers I was a part of some time back. Unfortunately, a lot of the evidence pictures have been expired now, but you'll still get the gist ;) With batteries, depending on what you're using them in, it's all down to trust; do you trust the brand/battery you're using on potentially very expensive equipment. Personally, I don't take chances now - having been caught and burned. Literally. You have been warned. Heat for the deal OP!


get Duracell industrial off eBay. long lasting and cheap


Anyone tried these in a camera? Been using the 10 for £2 kodak ones in pound land. They are also alkaline and got a which best buy a few years ago. If these last longer can half the weight of carrying to many batteries. Cheers

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Energizer Wall Light - £3 Instore @ B&M Chester
Refreshed 25th FebRefreshed 25th FebLocalLocal
Energizer curved wall light, was £15.00 then went down to £5.00 now £3.00. Mains 220—240v indoor & outdoor suitable. About 9-10 left on the shelf.

Just picked one up from B&M in Clacton. Loads left but not that easy to spot as they were on a low shelf and all stacked facing sideways. This will be perfect for replacing an old exterior light. Got to be worth a punt for £3 which is fack all.


Loads in Norwich Riverside. Picked up a few then put back down, no bulbs provided, mains powered and felt flimsy and cheap.


I picked one of these up in this store on Monday and they were a £5 . glad i didnt purchase


Nice deal but its mains powered i believe which means either fitting in place or drilling and routing cables up walls, routing and plastering, rewallpapering or using a fishtape and airgap....grrrr...


Had them today in hunts cross Liverpool

Energizer Rechargeable D (2Pack) - £2 Instore @ Homebase
LocalLocalFound 17th FebFound 17th Feb
x2pack of Rechargeable Energizer Batteries Size D £2 in store at Homebase £7.99 on Amazon
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I got some 3xAA to D converters.


None in Leeds Moor Allerton.


They are lighter than I would expect for a standard D size battery (so might be a padded AA size) but for £1 each even at 2500 mAh they’re still a bargain. 🔋


This is the type I've had issues with:


I've had the single cell ones before and they were fine with me, never once had a issue with them. I just wish I hadn't of misplaced them. I've not seen the ones that clamp together before. Only the ones where you slot the battery in from the top (C) or bottom (D). I've bought the same ones as the ones I lost some years ago: Thats C cell, but I bought D cell. The only difference is the AA goes up the rear in the D cell adapters.

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Energizer AA, AAA 24pk £5.09 w/c 15SC19 @ Robert Dyas
Refreshed 15th FebRefreshed 15th Feb
Energizer AA & AAA £5.09 w/c 15SC19 Free c&c at Robert Dyas & Ryman Stores These Energizer® Alkaline Power Batteries provide long-lasting energy for all your everyd… Read more

Heat ...deadline approaching


You haven't got kids have you?


Thanks ordered xx


Not right now. I'm on holiday. Instructions for various things quite often advise against rechargeables. Ask yourself when you last changed the batteries in your remote control or clock. I'm not going to waste time debating it with you. Here are a couple of references for you: https://lifehacker.com/know-when-to-use-alkaline-versus-rechargeable-batteries-5364516/amp https://lenpenzo.com/blog/id710-why-rechargeable-batteries-are-rarely-cost-effective.html/amp And here's a quote from Good Housekeeping: Good Housekeeping rationale: “when rechargeable batteries run out of power, they do so very quickly, whereas disposable alkaline batteries tend to ‘die’ slowly. This means you won’t get the warning beeps that tell you when the battery in your smoke alarm needs changing if you use rechargeables.” Due to its safety nature, the smoke alarm is not an ideal device for standard rechargeable batteries. Indeed standard rechargeable batteries discharge with time, and this means that for essential safety devices such as a smoke alarm, it is not recommended. We also need to remember that even if disposable batteries are used in smoke alarms, it is highly recommended to change the battery a minimum of once a year.


Hardly a no-brainer even if true. Most people aren't aware of such potential damage. Can you link to guidance/advice about which items require certain batteries?

5 X 24 Pack Energizer AA/AAA Alkaline Power Batteries (Works out £4.99/Each) for £24.95 (W/C) Free C&C @ RobertDyas
Found 30th JanFound 30th Jan
Good Deal for who really needs and uses batteries. This deal makes £4.99 a pack. AAA Link , These Energizer® AAA/AA Alkaline Power Batteries provide long-lasting energy for all … Read more

Stop wasting your money and buy rechargeable ones from Lidl.


Was in poundstretcher in Greenwich today and they have 16 Hyundai alkaline for £1.99 Relativity short best before dates of 2020 though.


Primark AA or AAA Alkaline Batteries 10 Pack £1.40 regular price. Best bang for buck and good quality.


Waiting till Xmas is a long wait, no -;)


Around Christmas time (and occasionally at other times) these get sold on offer for £5 a pack. 5 packs now or do you wait...it's a gamble!!! (lol)

24pk of Energizer AA OR AAA Alakline Batteries £5.39 w/code @ Robert Dyas
Found 23rd JanFound 23rd Jan
24 pack AA or AAA energiser batteries for £5.39 - with free C&C as usual from any Robert Dyas or Ryman Store - pretty good price in my view, provided you have a store close by.… Read more

No but you can go twice for 2 holidays... So you get 2 holidays instead of one. People really do get thicker on this forum don't they..


So if you fly with an airline that charges a £1000 to fly to Australia, will you get there in half the time compared to an airline that charges £500? Just curious, always wanted to go to Oz but 12 hours flying is my limit.


There are no facts really. We do not have a capacity datasheet. At worst it will be about1900mah, though, debatably, a reliable tester gave 800mah for Duracell Simply AA! Best value are/were from CPC at just over 50p per pack of 4. And they even give a datasheet (2600mah). edit - best price is now 70p per pack, on a £14 spend. (£10 total for free delivery). Its also worth noting that 3 year old batteries will have lost 20% capacity. So the use by date is important.


Sure, some people choose branded products, regardless of value, but what's the relevance to the facts I quoted?


People like branded products,. There are worse top branded products people that pay more for.

Energizer Dual Illumination Wall Light £7 @ B&M
LocalLocalFound 14th JanFound 14th Jan
Energizer Dual Illumination Wall Light. Provide some outdoor light at home with this Energizer Dual Illumination Wall Light. Fix to a wall and create a wonderful illumination - p… Read more
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Bought one of these today for the front of my parents house. Almost the exact same Wilko own brand version of this light is currently £22. There was another slightly bigger energizer light for sale reduced from £14.99 to £5 for those not so keen on this light. They come with no external wiring, but ideal to replace an old light that's already been wired up. Heat for posting. (y)


For the moths? Why didn't the OP say that! Hot from me 😁


Because! It makes the house look super cool (y) 8)


It's supposed to look decorative - one on either side of your door for instance (as in the box picture). Moths will love it too as they can play hide and seek. Voted hot on their behalf.


So it 's fixed and lights the wall directly above and below the light? Am I missing something, why would you want to do that?

Energizer 1 Hour Battery Charger £22.29 sold by TELcomponents fulfilled by Amazon
Found 7th JanFound 7th Jan
“Meet the Energizer Charger with some hustle: This 1-Hour Rechargeable Battery Charger lives up to its name, giving a super-fast complete charge in 1 hour or less*. Individual char… Read more
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Didn’t realise they did this but can see the logic behind it. Could a MOD please expire


I have found that these quick chargers(1-hour charge) kills batteries in no time. Now using regular charger and batteries last for ages, looks like rechargeable batteries like slow charge instead of fast one.

Energizer MaxPlus Batteries AA/AAA 10 pk for £4.25 Free C&C @ Wilko/Sainsburys
Found 6th JanFound 6th Jan
Sainsburys link Link for AAA Long-lasting alkaline AA battery12 year shelf life and In-device leakage protectionPack of 10 batteriesProduct Information High performance ene… Read more

The real world is different to lab tests just like car emissions. Don’t put to much faith in that screenshot there are only so many battery manufacturers in the world and they make them for many companies. Find one that works for you as what works for your application might not work for someone else’s as well.


Thanks for pointing this out. Never had any clue. Have been sticking to Ikea batteries for years as they are cheap and no qualms about replacing them. Energizer have a no leak guarantee on this batteries which makes them even more worthwhile. Energizer® Ultimate Lithium™ Batteries are GUARANTEED NOT TO LEAK. Due to advanced technology, Ultimate lithium™ batteries will not leak under normal consumer usage. If you believe that you have a leaking Energizer® Ultimate Lithium™ battery, contact 1-800-383-7323 for return instructions.


Made by Duracell who make batteries for many companies but only fully charge their own. Makes you wonder about the research.


Costco Kirkland in fourth place, you cannot beat good ol' Costco


Thanks ..love these rechargables

Energizer Cup Holder Power Inverter with USB - 120W - £19.99 @ Argos (Free C&C)
Found 28th Dec 2018Found 28th Dec 2018
Fitting perfectly into your cup holder this power source plugs in to your vehicle’s 12V socket and converts to a 240V version so you can power or charge a range of items on the mov… Read more
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Interesting, thank you.


Ordered (y) 🏻


Yes long as it's under 120w, which all phones I'm aware of are.


Would a fast charger plug work in this?


No, but be handy for idiotanwho stall ablotnliie me. I've reserved this, can't decide if I'd ever use it or not.

24pk of Energizer AA OR AAA Alakline Batteries £5.39 with code @ Robert Dyas (Free C&C)
Found 24th Dec 2018Found 24th Dec 2018
Use code MVC10 at checkout/basket, free click and collect. Free Delivery to Robert Dyas and Ryman Stores These Energizer® AAA Alkaline Power Batteries provide long-lasting ene… Read more

Same batteries in Iceland”the shop” £5


Ordered 😁


Voted hot and bought


Great value!

24pk of Energizer AA OR AAA Alakline Batteries £5.09 w/code @ Robert Dyas
Refreshed 17th Dec 2018Refreshed 17th Dec 2018
Use code SANTA15 at checkout/basket, free click and collect - ideal for stocking up for xmas :) These Energizer® AAA Alkaline Power Batteries provide long-lasting energy for all … Read more

Are these in Store at £5.99 or Just Online at £5.99? Gunna stock up on some for the Mercedes Carrera Set Deal!


Not expired. Still in stock and code still working right now just ordered.


Thanks heat added. Ordered a pack in both sizes. The AA's are 13 quid in my local Tesco.


Thanks! Ordered some!


Fab thanks

Energizer Compact Charger with 1300mah AA Rechargeable Batteries - 4 Pack £8.49 C&C Robert Dyas
Found 7th Dec 2018Found 7th Dec 2018
Energizer Compact Charger with 1300mah AA Rechargeable Batteries - 4 Pack £8.49 C&C Robert Dyas
£8.49£1015%Robert Dyas Deals
Looks decent with free C&C.

1300 mAh is a bit naff :( Not bad for the price though.


Had it. Not good. Thinks half of my batteries are faulty.(11 batteries from 23) Other smart chargers does charge them without problem and batteries are really good as keeps charge as were new. Even got replacement, thinking charger is faulty, but same result.So returned. Maybe its just me....

Energizer 50 Lumen Waterproof LED Lantern, £6.99 at argos/ebay
Found 6th Dec 2018Found 6th Dec 2018
Energizer 50 Lumen Waterproof LED Lantern, £6.99 at argos/ebay
Free delivery. LED bulb type. 1.5V generated. 50 lumen output. High intensity bulb. Waterproof. Corrosion proof. 350 hour run time. Dimensions: H12.5, W17, D12.2cm. Weigh… Read more

I had those precise ones! They weren't the worst in the country at night, especially with car headlights from the eighties :D


you went to all that trouble and didn't put in any lights


Because I insulated the roof and floor with 50mm celotex. Nice laminate flooring and a rug, its my home office my friend.


why you going to summer house in winter - dumbo


Nah, you need one of these!

Energizer Max Plus AA/AAA Batteries BOGOF £5.99 @ BP with M&S Simply Food
LocalLocalFound 4th Dec 2018Found 4th Dec 2018
Energizer Max Plus AA/AAA Batteries BOGOF £5.99 @ BP with M&S Simply Food
Buy one get one Free on 4 pack AA/AAA Energizer Max Plus Batteries @ BP with M&S Simply Food

Buy rechargeable batteries. It pays in the long run.


Agree! Only place I seen cheaper, everywhere is £4.99 for one pack


10 pack £4.50 from Wilko. Buy when Quidco has the £2.50 bonus, which is at least weekly of late.


Think Christmas Day when everywhere else is shut 😜

AA energizer batteries - £5.99 @ Robert Dyas
Found 1st Dec 2018Found 1st Dec 2018
AA energizer batteries - £5.99 @ Robert Dyas
Bargain price £5.99 for 24 AAA Available too
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Definitely the cheap ones aren’t worth the money you’re lucky it works for a day in an alarm clock (lol)


The cheap Alkaline ones do. I suspect almost anything beats Duracell Simply. I think the well known Youtube blogger cristened them 'Simply shit'.


Welcome to HUKD Cheap primark and Pound shop batteries don’t last as long as good branded ones. False evonom


When you've been around for a longer while, you'll realise that Primark alkalines at 10 for £1.40 are the way to go.


Welcome to HUKD. When you've been around for a while, you'll realise that Poundland alkalines at 6 for £1 are the way to go.

2 x Energizer Max 9V Batteries - £3.95 instore @ Asda
LocalLocalFound 26th Nov 2018Found 26th Nov 2018
2 x Energizer Max 9V Batteries - £3.95 instore @ Asda
I was after some 9Vs for the smoke alarms and thought this is a good price for 2 of these batteries.
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Now all you need is two bits of liver.


oohh thx for that info !! ..I bought two lots (highfive)


I paid £2.79 delivered from ebay

Energizer Head Torch Vision HD+ (Batteries Included) £8.39 + £4.49 delivery Non Prime @ Amazon
Found 24th Nov 2018Found 24th Nov 2018
Energizer Head Torch Vision HD+ (Batteries Included) £8.39 + £4.49 delivery Non Prime @ Amazon
£8.39£30.5573%Amazon Deals
Lightweight and comfortable Energizer Vision HD+ LED Headlamp works with 3 Energizer MAX AAA batteries (batteries included) Powerful beam reaches up to 70 meters and puts out up … Read more
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great looks like it works a treat


Don't have pics but have a video on my phone. I usually have it on red, I don't remember why it was on white then. Also, it was much much brighter in real life, the camera didn't do it justice, but you get the idea.




Great for putting on a dog if you walk them in the dark.


This one is better for just over £1 more hd focus

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