Energizer AA Batteries 12 Pack + 12 Free 6.99

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  1. Simate's Avatar

    Simate said:

    Default Energizer AA Batteries 12 Pack + 12 Free 6.99

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  2. outlawtown's Avatar

    outlawtown said:

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    1 a four pack for energizers in ASDA. 24 batteries for 6.
     
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    BOYYAKKA said:

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    nice find chaps missus toy collection will be on over drive for xmas
     
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    dirtyrider said:

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    tesco doing 16 duracel plus 4.99
     
  5. Simate's Avatar

    Simate said:

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtyrider View Post
    tesco doing 16 duracel plus 4.99
    Works out at 31p per battery as apose to 29p for my deal or 25p for outlawtown's deal
     
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    Disposable batteries are handy for clocks or remote controls but for anything that needs any more energy than that, rechargable NiMh piss all over alkaline both in performance terms and cost in the long term.

    Disposables are really only any good for items that need a small amount of energy over a long period of time so if you're going to use anything remotely high drain (digital camera, christmas toys etc.) spend the cash on some decent rechargables.
     
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    Simate said:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mule View Post
    Disposable batteries are handy for clocks or remote controls but for anything that needs any more energy than that, rechargable NiMh piss all over alkaline both in performance terms and cost in the long term.

    Disposables are really only any good for items that need a small amount of energy over a long period of time so if you're going to use anything remotely high drain (digital camera, christmas toys etc.) spend the cash on some decent rechargables.
    I never used disposables myself but I know people still live in the dark ages when it comes to batteries.