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New IKEA LADDA Rechargeable Battery AA 1.2V 2450mAh $10 4-Pack @ IKEA

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New LADDA Rechargeable battery, HR06 AA 1.2V 2450mAh Made in Japan.

$10 4pk

LADDA rechargeable batteries 2450 mAh give you approximately 30 percent more operating time than LADDA 1900 mAh.

LADDA rechargeable batteries come pre-charged when you buy them and you can charge them up to 500 times.

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    Pertty good deal, only second to the previous coles 5.6 dollars 4packs deal.

    • +107 votes

      At this price one could say buy now think Ladda

      • -45 votes

        Still get an upvote, but no need to italicize or bold anything.

        • +26 votes

          It emphasizes the cheekiness of the joke better

        • +7 votes

          yeah i was in 2 minds about the italics.

          Too late to change it now haha

          • +3 votes

            @Gimli: Some people don't get the play on words

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              @xiangtan: We affectionately call it the ozbogan truncheon, and whacking people over the head with it repeatedly is a gesture of inclusivity. That it's not also bolded is what makes it so subtle. Most of the upvotes are LotR fans.

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      Which deal/link please?

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        Coles don't sell them anymore

    • -1 vote

      Not sure if former or Ladda is better

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    I hear they've still got plenty of stock at Tempe, Rhodes is all cleared out now though /s

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      These are the new versions.

      • +20 votes

        you mean? new variant?

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          🐊

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          As in different to all the ones in previous posts that were on sale at various prices such as:
          https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/634343
          https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/634335

          This seems to be the new normal price and could just be different colour/packaging but I got the impression pennypincher thought they were the same white ones as previously posted. Rhodes is not cleared out. You can check stock online and people weren't clearing these ones out.

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            @8azinga: whoosh

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              @LlamaLlamaLamp: What can i say, I assume its Loki from comment below which i can't say i have ever watched and thought original commenter needed more explaining to realise it was different to previous deals posted

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          I am Loki loving a reference I understand.

        • +2 votes

          they got pruned…

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      Was at Tempe around 6th.
      Didn't see any old AA model left.
      But heaps of AAA 900mha for 9$.
      Still shows In stock on Tempe store tho, so idk

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        There was a lot left, I got some that day. Had to isolate for two weeks (until yesterday) and have three cumpolsory 'close contact' COVID tests as a consequence of going to the store that day :'(

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    No delivery for some reason.

    • +5 votes

      They're a loss leader to lure customers into the store.

      • +2 votes

        That's the $4 brekkie.

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          And meatballs

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            @xiangtan: Meatballs were, IMHO their quality and value isn't there anymore.

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      Yep. Same problem

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    so white ones are 2450mah as well. I wonder what's the difference…?

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      These ones are green. And new.

      • +12 votes

        They come with a new hat!

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          Thanks.

        • +2 votes

          I want it, i want it, I want it, I want it…..

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      The difference is $4.99

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        The Aaa batteries are only 750mAh, whereas the old ones were 900 it seems? Going backwards?

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          Agreed. Was looking for AAA 900mAH last week, but completely sold out in Victoria.

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          There’s been two tiers for the AA and AAA for ages. I have plenty of ikea 900 AAAs already, in white.

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          Yeah, I had thought they had downsized the AA ones too, until I saw this deal for new ones with the same capacity as the old ones.
          I suppose lower capacity are better for devices that get short use but are often left on rechargeable cradles though? Such as home phones, Xbox controllers, bluetooth headphones etc.

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    Yeah, another rechargeable AA battery ladda ladda ladda..

    • +3 votes

      Did you just ladda ladda ladda the best bit?

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    NSW—-> Out of stock for delivery. Please check store availability. We are in LOCKDOWN mate :)

    • +1 vote

      Addressing an auto-response with ‘mate’, only in Australia! ;-)

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      You must stay home. Only leave your home if you have a reasonable excuse…….. Is OzBargain made me do it reasonable enough? Is Ikea Tempe actually open - and if so why?!

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        I went in fifteen days ago and got a NSW Health directive to self-isolate and get three COVID tests as a consequence :(

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          Best of luck… Miserable times but they've got to get better eventually…

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            @evanssm2jp: Thanks, my isolation period is now over (yesterday) - 14 days, three negative tests and no symptoms, thankfully.
            I can now empty my bins and check the mail box.
            But lockdown is the right thing to do.

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    So, whats the difference between old and new one?

    • +17 votes

      One is old and one is new.

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        What if its not the same factory as eneloop?

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          Then we will like them less….

        • +4 votes

          Found this.

          Made in Japan definitely indicates FDK factory, as there is only one LSD NiMH factory in Japan

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            @Wizard: Does that mean ALL brand LSD in J are the same?

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    Is this rrp or at discount?

    • +3 votes

      The old 2450's are $14.99 so it's a 33% saving.

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        I got old ones at 10.99 the other day at Ikea perth

    • +1 vote

      This is RRP if your local Ikea has started stocking the new colour as mine has already.

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    Do these have better performance than Eneloop pro?

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    Seems Logan store never had stock for delivery… Andy why they can only be delivered from the closest store? Don't they have a central warehouse somewhere?

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    Golden age for batteries.

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    Different colour, same batteries. The packaging is all cardboard so more environmentally friendly.

    This is the normal marked price since back in June for the new colour, it hasn't been updated online. The white are still advertised at a higher price unless marked down depending on your local Ikea.

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    No lockdown and no Ikea in Hobart :(

    • +4 votes

      So even Covid doesnt want to go to Tasmania?

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    Don't go to IKEA.

    • -1 vote

      Why?

      • +3 votes

        You might leave with a flat packed virus.

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          It will never be infectious then because I'll never be able to put it together properly.

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          I'd leave with flat packed everything.

    • +2 votes

      I went for a job at Ikea once,

      When I walked in to the interview, the said "Please, make a seat".

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    Are these the batteries to put into solar charging equipment like solar lights etc?

    • +2 votes

      I’d use cheaper ones again. No point putting LSD ones or these with massive capacity in solar gear TBH. 500 cycles is on the low side too

  • +8 votes

    These are higher capacity but lower charge cycles. Lets hope they keep the previous higher cycle versions so consumers can choose the ones that suit their needs while helping reduce environmental impact.

    For example eneloops have 2100 cycles vs 500 for the eneloop pro (which is better for high drain devices).

    Assuming 1900mah for the 2100 cycle, this is 3,990,000 mah's during the life of the battery vs the pro of 2550 mah @ 500 cyles = 1,275,000

    So on paper the pro's actually give you 31% of the total stored power of the non pro versions.

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      How often do you charge your AA batteries?

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        If you have an old style Apple wireless keyboard or Mighty Mouse about every 15 minutes.

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        Almost everyday for kids' toys :(

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      I'd be lucky to charge my Eneloops every 3-4 months, more likely every 6 months. Let's say that was as frequent as monthly, 500 cycles would still give me 40+ years of use.

      I'll take the higher capacity thanks.

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      Ikea have had both a high and low capacity battery for years, just like eneloop.

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      old ladda were 500

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    What is a good charger for these batteries?

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      I use the eneloop one, but i see some people usually recommending one like these in here: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/635776

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        Is the eneloop one a smart charger? The Liitokala ones are cheap and good quality.

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      What is a good charger

      Don't buy one from IKEA, all of their current chargers are crap, even the one that (falsely) claims to be a smart charger.

      Do buy a smart charger. There are lots of charger deals on OzBargain, but only some of those chargers are smart chargers. Read the deal listing and the comments, it's almost always mentioned whether the deal is for a smart charger or a dumb charger.

      Be wary with deals listing eneloop-branded chargers, most of those deals are for dumb chargers.

      A good smart charger will charge your batteries in 2-3 hours. Any that say they take longer are probably not smart chargers, although Nitecore chargers are an exception to the rule. They take 7-8 hours to charge 2450mAh AA batteries, which is inconveniently long in my opinion.

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        Thanks. I'll get that Liitokala one that I have seen around the place then

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          All the Liitokala ones look good. The differences between them are:

          • Some only charge lithium-ion batteries (e.g. 18650 batteries), won't charge NiMh batteries
          • Some come without a mains power supply (e.g. Lii-402), some don't always have a power supply included (e.g. Lii-500)
          • The number of batteries that can be charged at the same time (1, 2, 4, more)
          • The other main difference is how much information the display gives you. From a few lights (402) to a full LCD display that lets you judge the health of your batteries (500, 500S, 600). The ones with LCD displays also include battery test modes.
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            @Russ: Also the charging current per slot.
            ie the 402 will only do 4 cells @ 500ma, whereas the 500+ models can do all 4 slots @ 1A which is more suited for batteries of this size.

            If you are only charging 2 slots at a time charges rates are the same though

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              @bamzero: Good catch. There's so many Liitokala chargers that I haven't read the data on every one, apologies for missing that.

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      Powerex MH-C9000PRO

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      I used La Crosse Technology for more than 8 years for Eneloop and IKEA and never had issues. I don't see any difference between them (Eneloop and Ikea) honestly. My batteries are used heavily in portable camera flashes and once they starting to die I put them into my garden solar lights where they live for about a year and then go to recycling. The longest use from the Eneloop batch was 4 years and definitely more than 500 recharges. I also had 2 IKEA packs sitting in a drawer for 2.5 years as I forgot about them and after I put them into the charger they showed 1.33V

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    Eneloop or die!

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    Are they same as the white one

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    Best charger? Ikea charger any good?