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UniRoss Ni-Mh 170 mAh 9V Rechargeable batteries
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- 8.4v Ni-MH batteries, 170mAh capacity
- 1 Battery per pack
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Replaces 1000 ordinary zinc batteries saving battery waste/pollution and saving you money (approximately 1/2p per use over life of the battery). This 9V 170mAh capacity rechargeable battery can be used in any household devices such as clocks, toys, remote controls, wireless mouse and keyboard etc.
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NOTE: Manufacturers often warn against the use of rechargeable batteries, particularly in things like smoke alarms, but it should be borne in mind that this is not an absolute rule due to any incompatibility (such as the voltage difference). It is simply because the self-discharge rate is higher with rechargeable batteries, and they have a steeper fall-off in voltage as they run down. In other words, they don't last as long, and they don't give you as much warning when they are running down. You just have to make sure you keep an eye on them, or remove, recharge and replace them regularly. You will save a lot of money on buying manganese alkaline ones.
I have been using these for two years. Certainly worth the money.
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