All Energizer Discounts, Offers and Sale - August 2018
"Cheap Chinese Imports" (lol) Of course, this Energiser plastic one is hand crafted by artisans in a factory in Great Britain isn't it. (flirt) Plenty of CREE deals already posted e.g. hotukdeals.com/deals/cree-xpe-q5-zoomable-led-flashlight-600lm-133-zapals-3008409 Of course it's better, it's brighter, smaller, zoomable, made of metal, etc. etc. (y)
14p more plus the cost of the batteries and you seriously consider these cheap chinese imports better than energizer. Bit like buying cheap poundland batteries or the proper energizer ones, i know which ones I prefer. Perhaps you should post it as a deal
Cheers OP, ordered.
14p over budget at £3.63 m.gearbest.com/led-flashlights/pp_149048.html Metal body, splashproof, zoomable, very bright CREE XML-T6 LED (~400 lumens maybe, ignore the 1600 claim), can be used to e.g. smash a car window in emergency or put a dint in an attackers face, stands upright, SOS modes etc.) (y) 4.91 stars from 552 reviews.
If you know for a better one at £3.49, Please share
Went to a Ryman's over the Weekend, was told they were fresh out. :-( Told they would have a delivery on Tuesday/Today, but I should call them first, to make sure they have stock first, etc?. Cool I thought, so I called them earlier Today, only to be eventually told that as far as she's aware from her Manager, the 'Deal' finished on the Weekend ... I was thinking "What the sodding hell?!". :-( Either way, I told her, but the email says the 19th, and we haven't quite got there yet?. To which she told me, she only knows what her Manager told her. :-( I'm curious as to IF there's actually some still yet hiding there anyway or something?. As she wasn't initially bothered to check. :-( On me initially calling, she simply told me they didn't have, and that was it ... UNTIL I relayed the conversation over, that I had with one of her colleagues the Weekends just gone!. And then suddenly ... Hmmmmmmmmmmmm. I wonder?. Does anyone else know any different in relation to this Deal via Ryman's Store's? (from their own recent personal experience/experience's of similar too perhaps?), or ... thanx. :-)
Fair enough, that's cool.
They are (or at least were, a handful of Year's back ... ) I used my then NUS Card at one particular Ryman's store to get my discount off of some office stationery at the time (a few A4 lined notebooks), which came in very handy at the time. :-) And at that particular time, the whole 'Student thing's went as follows: 10% off IF you presented an actual College/Uni I.D. Card, BUT rather 12% off IF you presented an NHS Card instead ... So it's 12% off with an NHS Card (not 10%). :-D Or at least, it once was ...
You must be one of these dirty f£$24, probably fly tipping too ;)
It's read the fine manual, or consulting the FAQ, which I didn't in the beginning, peace
Why buy any AAA powered torch when AA batteries are more readily available worldwide and offer more output and they're cheaper ? No brainer to me
LED LUMENS TO WATTS CONVERSION CHART Hope this helps you (y)
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wow, these are STILL £2. How many months does that make now, has to be at least 3.
Don't forgot the free Google play movie on some of the packs. Movie can be redeemed here if you get one of the packs like the ops picture https://www.energizermovies.com/uk/en List of movies here https://www.energizermovies.com/uk/en/movies/c0f63333-bf02-4e42-8d2d-42e3a718ccbb Must be old stock as I bought these a while back
£2 on sainsbury & £1 in Asda, I know its sometimes not in every store but I've seen them in 2 Asda’s and it's been posted for other Asda’s
£0.50p per battery, sorry not cheap.
£2 for a pack of 8 in Sainsbury's
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Because some of us have slow drain devices that only need the batteries replacing every few years, such as clocks, TV remotes, Alarm PIR sensors, emergency torches, etc. For high drain devices I agree that rechargeables make sense but there are still many applications where keeping a box or two of Alkaline batteries knocking around makes more sense.
What a coincidence. To buy the same Energizer batteries was on my to do list! Thanks!
Thank you ordered heat added.
You are right, false economy but practical. I have about 50 rechargeable batteries, as in the top of the electronic devices I have lots of toys for my children. However, all the batteries are already in the devices. Pretty much every time I buy a new device, i do not have any batteries left. So, I have to mess around, opening toys, remotes or other devices to get the batteries out to use in the new devices. I've got 2 boxes of these, at least I know I will have spares for a while and don't need to mess around.
May not be the cheapest but it is one of the best and the price is great. it is a fast charger, so you don't have to wait for hours for the batteries to charge. Had 2 cheap (about £5-10) ones before, took forever to charge and they did not last long. Go with this one, you also get some barreries: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Duracell-Charger-including-Rechargeable-Batteries/dp/B008W8C5I2/ref=sr_1_2?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1531520767&sr=1-2&keywords=duracell+fast+charger
And it is a good deal. Thanks for posting it :)
I thought it was a good bargain that's why I posted as it's 10p per battery
Mature It's not much of a discussion when all you're doing is spouting garbage about how 80p for 8 AA alkaline cells is a terrible deal because they're £8 everywhere else. Just let the deal sink in for a moment..... 80 pence for 8 alkaline AA cells. It's abundantly clear you've completely missed the point of the OP's post. Again, you've missed the point completely. You're ignorantly replicating the findings of flawed research. The "scientists" performed tests on 3 battery brands and out of the 3, Energizer came last. Does that mean Energizer batteries are complete crap? No, it doesn't. It just means that 2 company's brands did better. Does that mean Supershoppers lied? No, but I hardly call a sample of 3 products tantamount to "solid facts" I'm not an advocate for Energizer or a fanboy in any way. I just call bullcrap research when I see it.
Then please stop arguing with yourself Nobody else is arguing - it's called discussion Yes I agree there is potential for the testing to be subjective but why would a tv show go out of it's way to discredit a manufacturer/product without solid facts? They are held accountable for misinformation etc.
Your term "proven" is disingenuous at best. I watched the episode of Supershoppers you mentioned out of sheer interest, and there was no mention as to how their analysis was performed or their sample size. Their analysis was performed on 3 brands (Duracell, Sainsburys and Energizer). Their conclusion was that the Energizer were the worst performers but gave no indication as to how much worse performing they were. The scientific approach to this was as expected for a Channel 5 programme. They already established that the Duracell cells had a 10% higher capacity than the Sainsbury, but no metric was given for the Energizer. For all we know, it could be 0.001% lower in capacity than the Sainsburys brand. To put into simpler terms for you (because it seems you need it), let's say for the sake of argument that the capacity of the cells were as follows... Duracell - 2200mAh Sainsburys - 2000mAh Energizer - 1999mAh The statistic shows that the Energizer is the worst performer (as per their claim and your claim), but could be by only 1mAh (a negligible figure). Regardless of all the above, I'm tired of arguing with idiots. My conclusion is that 8 Energizer cells for 80p is a stonking bargain. Nice find OP. (y)
I find it funny that this "Sale, whilst stock lasts" thing has been going for over a month lol. Great price though for those stubborn items that don't like rechargeable batteries.
also AAA seen them in Bristol as well.
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)
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?
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.
At first glance I thought this was going to keep my coffee warm whilst in the car.
These look like a good idea
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.
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
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.
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) 🏼
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!