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8x AA Eneloop Tones Rouge Batteries - $19.98 Delivered - Dick Smith eBay Store

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Only AA Eneloops are available for $19.98 delivered.

$1 more expensive than last time but still a good price.

EDIT 1: Item has been relisted, back in stock now!

EDIT 2: Please see here for the AAA versions (8 for $19.98).

EDIT 3: Item relisted, back in stock again.

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  • +9 votes

    Ouch to anyone that bit at this mornings deal

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      This should get more than 143 upvotes based in the fact its $5 cheaper.

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        I will volte only if they include AAA as well. Otherwise the other deal will get my vote.

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      Yep, I didn't have my Credit Card at work, else I'd have spent the $5 extra.
      I even checked their Ebay stuff earlier and it was not listed, so thanks OP.

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      Downside of buying from DS eBay store is you don't get to use gift cards?

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    Thanks op bought a couple packs.

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    I will buy if there's AAA

    • +1 vote

      You can get a 4 pack of LSD AAA's at Aldi for $7.00.

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        What are these like compared to the Eneloops?

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          So far they are fine but I have only recharged them a couple of times.
          Can't find anything bad about them online and I have looked.

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          There appears to be a bit of info on the Whirlpool forums.

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          Wow, thanks for the advice.

          Are there also AA LSD batteries at Aldi?

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          Lol. I got Negged but +1ed to everyone else as retaliation. Looks like someone doesn't want to discuss bargain rechargeable batteries.

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          Yes they have AA's but I haven't tried them as it's too hard to not buy an 8 pack of Eneloops being an Ozbargainer.
          Check the back of the pack on the Aldi's, they have a build date. Usually the checkouts that are used more have fresher stock.

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    Why is the rating of DSE eBay store so low (96.9%)?……
    I usually don't touch anyone below 98%.

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      I rated them down previously as i had problems with their shipping company

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        Looks like they have woeful customer service…

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      Why is the rating of DSE eBay store so low (96.9%)?……

      If their ebay store is anything like their online store (which didn't answer ANY emails when I wanted to get in touch with them), well then…that kind of lower feedback ranking wouldn't surprise me.

      It's probably a good thing the batteries don't get many questions. Now a word from DSE's owners:

      http://www.anchoragecapital.com.au/content_common/pg-our-tea...
      "You want eneloop? We can box-push some eneloop."
      -Anchorage Capital

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    any deal for AAA?

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    Bought a charger a while ago (still waiting for it to be delivered from OS) and finally now will dip my toes into getting some Eneloops. I get access to plenty of batteries from work, but going through them so much I'm simply doing this for an environmental perspective.

    Let's hope DSE don't screw this up like they do most of the time.

  • +1 vote

    "Rouge". It's pink and purple people…

    • +2 votes

      Rouge is also another name for blush, which comes in many various colours..

      I'm just happy the title doesn't say rogue.

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    Feedback though

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    Bought one. Thanks, OP

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    Already have a few eneloops laying around.

    Bought.

    Damnit.

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    Bought it, awaiting the AAAs to appear on there now…

    Thx!

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    Yes it gets asked every time, but has anyone got a link to a good deal for a charger for these bad boys?
    Cheers

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      I read on here and Whirlpool a cheap one that's recommended is the Panasonic BQ-392 ($12.15US) http://www.fasttech.com/product/1136300

      Although delivery is damn slow (still waiting 3 weeks for it now) it seems to be a very cheap smart charger.

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        I bought the exact same one from Fasttech. My shipping was about two weeks. Works fine. Only does 2 AAA at a time though.

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        Sweet! Since there's no transformer and it takes 240v, can I use any australia cord with that male plug? Know of anywhere that sells them cheap (rather than than having a us->aus converter, and don't wanna cannibalise my ps3 cord..

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          Yeah that will work fine. I've got a couple of spare US-AU adaptors so I'm just going to use one of those.

          Also use the code 'CPF' for an extra 5% off.

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          Is this a 'Gift Certificate' code? If so, it did not work for me as a new customer registering for this transaction. Are there any conditions for its use?

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          Nah, when you go into your cart, just under where it has the estimate shipping date it'll say:

          Estimated Shipping Date:
          2/19/2014
          Have a coupon code?

          Click the hyperlink and you can enter to code in there. Worked fine for me just then when I did a dummy run with it.

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          cpf is a forum of people who are really into their torches. Torch crazies. They buy heaps from places like Fast Tech so they offer deals to them like 5% off.

          Go tell them youre considering that charger and see what they say. A bad charger will over time kill your batteries. Instead of 1800 charges, you might get 400. But each time you do charge it youre not getting the most from the battery either. They are cheap for a reason. Pay the extra, get an Accupower IQ328 (about $50), its a clone of a more expensive charger (about $90), but its a good clone. Still, its not $20 though.

          But you know, buy what you like.

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          The charger I linked to is still a 'smart' charger. Does it have all the features of the much more expensive chargers? Course not. But it's still MUCH better than any regular dumb charger. I highly, highly doubt that charger will 'kill' them after only 400 charges.

          If I have the option of spending ~$12US on a good enough charger, or $50 or more.. I know where I'd rather spend my money on (more Eneloops ;)) even if I do 'only' get 1500-1600 charges.

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          I have bought an Energiser Smart Charger last week from DSE with 40% discount. Are they good for eneloops?

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          Really. These Eneloops do 1800, given perfect conditions.
          The model before did 1500, again, in perfect conditions.
          The earlier ones, did 500.

          400 from a budget charger is generous.

          But thats the way, encourage people who save $20 on the batteries, to more than half the life, to save another $20. Spend the $50 on the charger, youll never look back.

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          Ok, so show me proof that the charger I linked to will only last 400 chargers for the Eneloops and the much more expensive ones will last much longer?

          Or is this you just talking out your arse? Thought so.

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          Tuba, even a basic voltage-cutoff charger will not substantially compromise the life of NiMH batteries.

          Particularly in the context of the moderate charge rate of the Panasonic charger which Porthos linked - and which I also recently recommended as an on-the-cheap option, while Delta -V cutoff (subtle temperature-rise-related detection) would be nice, it is not essential, and for most people the absence of it will make precious little difference to the practical life of their batteries.

          That was a long sentence.

          Mokibria - further up the thread - as long your Energiser charger is not a really silly-rate fast charger that toasts your batteries for breakfast, it will charge your new Eneloops just fine, and they will last a long time.

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    I think that Eneloops sold by Dicksmith on eBay will have higher chance of being genuine than those sold by other eBay sellers, no?

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      Yes. DS will be genuine items. No guarantees with any others.

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    Thanks OP.
    More batteries for my Wii U controllers for playing New Super Mario/Luigi Bros U :)

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    Anyone got a good deal for a charger? looking to pick up some Eneloop but never used them before

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    Out of stock. I just bought the last one! :)

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      Back in stock now.

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    Oz bargained……next please

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    Just bought some, thanks! I'd ran out of the 16 AA's I previously bought.

    Let there be light - batteries for my numerous torches :P

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    thanks op nearly brought them from dse website lucky i checked their ebay store first and saved $5 and got velocity points too.

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    OP (and everyone else), it seems Eneloop AAA's are also available:

    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Eneloop-Rechargeable-NiMH-AAA-Bat...

    I just searched for 'Eneloop' on their online store, and yes, cheaper than yesterday asn postage is free.

    Maybe the title could be amended rather than a new deal posted?

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    Thanks Op

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    Thanks for sharing, excellent deal ;)

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    thanks op, good for some mr beam LED lights i bought for the stairs!

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    These AA's charge up to Over 2200 mAh on a La Crosse Technology BC-700, charging rate of 200 mAh.

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      La Crosse chargers tend to display capacity 'optimistically', regularly by as much as a couple of hundred mAh for AA.
      Real capacity of standard Eneloops is a bit below 2000.

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    I received my Eneloops today.
    Much better experience than last time where i had to call up courier companies multiple times

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    Got mine today, absolutely hammered by emails and texts telling me they're on their way/inbound/delivered.
    Very quick, good effort DS, looks like they've listened and responded to the slow delivery claims.

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    My order arrived today. Got to love the oversized boxes with no padding they ship theses in. Ordered both AA and AAA in the one transaction and they arrived in two separate boxes.

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      Got mine today too, 2x 8AA packs, securely wrapped in bubble wrap then a tight courier bag around them.

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    I'm a bit late to the eneloop party.. Can someone explain to me why I always see them up on here and if the colours represent anything?

    • +1 vote

      They are the most popular popular LSD (Low Self Discharge) batteries. And at half price or cheaper they represent excellent value. Getting genuine Eneloops.

      The colours are just fancy packaging or special limited editions. Nothing different to the standard plain packs in terms of performance.