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Excellent

AdvantagesDo the job

DisadvantagesPrice does seem high for own brand.

...Morrisons Rechargeable AA Batteries I bought these as a compromise after I accidentally left four of my rechargeable batteries behind somewhere and needed some battery power. At £7.46 for a pack of four these are not a cheap solution and I have to wonder if they were on offer when I made my purchase, I cannot remember though. Although, I do think that the Energizer version were out of stock...

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Excellent

AdvantagesCheap to purchase. Reliable. Do not drain whilst in storage.

DisadvantagesNot fully charged when delivered.

...I have four Amazon Basics AA Rechargeable Batteries purchased three months ago for use in my workroom, I do not like to remove the household batteries to my workroom as they are needed in the house so I purchase ones specific for my work needs and keep them to hand in my workroom desk. The batteries cost £5.50 from Amazon and larger pack sizes are available should you require more, there is...

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Excellent

AdvantagesAffordable quality, reliable, saves money and energy.

DisadvantagesNone.

...First impressions The Energizer brand is fast becoming one of my favourite brands when it comes to batteries. The branding is certainly eye-catching, just like the Duracell black and gold the Energizer brand has a distinct bright green theme going on with their packaging. The batteries here are called the Energizer Recharge Extreme. These are AA batteries and I am reviewing the twin pack...

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