Rechargable AA btys

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  1. Gunner29

    Gunner29 Read Only Funster

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    In the June WHICH mag they tested rechargable btys and the one that caught my eye was the Energizer Recharge Precision at £8.99 for 4
    As I only use these for camera, clocks & small radios etc they are a good buy.
    I have looked on E Bay and Amazon but does anyone know of another site, just to compare prices
    It'll probably be only pennies but pennies make pounds:thumb:
     
  2. Merle

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    You could try Maplins
     
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    aa batteries

    if you want to save QUITE A FEW pennies I would look at Lidl's they've got them coming back on sale this Thurs, I've bought quite a few last year and they're working fine in my digi-camera,led worklights,etc.not bad either at£2.99 for 2.:thumb:
     
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    thanks

    will do some costing on the sites you have recommended:thumb:
     
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    Have you looked at Eneloop batteries? Consistently come out top in tests, that's all I use now. Amazon have them for just over £7 for 4
    Allan
     
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    I too bought the Tronic from lidl --on offer monday at £2.99 for 4 x 2500 ma hrs AA batterys -- no problems so far, long lasting with lots of power
    terry
     
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    I totally agree. Eneloop batteries are by far the best. I have tested lots on the market but these never seem to fail.
     
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    another thumbs up for eneloop here.
     
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