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D Converter MultiUsage+ 2pk

D Converter MultiUsage+ 2pk
Average Customer Rating:
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1 of 2(50%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for D Converter MultiUsage+ Pack of 2
Review 1 for D Converter MultiUsage+ Pack of 2
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Would you recommend this product? Yes
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Bargain !!
13 Dec 2014
By GarryRF
, Liverpool
" You get 2 Uniross 2100 mAH AA size batteries. They will hold 80% of their charge after a year. These NiMh batteries are older than a year and just need a recharge. I bought 20 packs (40 batteries) for portable lighting and they all work 100%. Excellent for toys and serious stuff too. If you cant use the D Size converters then you've still got a bargain. 50p for a Uniross NiMh "AA" battery is excellent. "
Review 2 for D Converter MultiUsage+ Pack of 2
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Would you recommend this product? No
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uniross ready to use batterie
10 Oct 2013
By paddyy
, glasgow
" Recently I purchased several of these uniross ready to use aa batteries that according to the description comes ready to use and are pr-charged and hold their charge for long storage.
When i put them in my torch and child!s toy , they did not work at all, I then checked the batteries with a test meter and all the batteries showed zero voltage.I re-checked with a different meter and still zero voltage.
For this type of battery to have no voltage, I wonder how long they have been in storage, and more importantly, have these rechargeable batteries been damaged by being in this state for so long.
I have used these types of batteries in the past and even after long long storage have still showed a healthy voltage. "
3 of 6 people found this review helpful.