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Small Batteries that cost a £1 EACH at ELC - where can I get cheaper ones?

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Sullwah Thu 08-Oct-09 17:31:30

Title says it all.

We have loads of books and toys that use these batteries that need replacing. But a £1 each (and most take 3) makes replacing uneconomic.

Any ideas?

imaginestrictlytwirlynamehere Thu 08-Oct-09 17:43:11

First you need to know the proper size - it will say on them somewhere. Then search online. I got a great deal on ebay recently on button batteries for my scales - I seem to get through them at a rate of knots (CR2032 20 for £2.49 delivered) this seller

ChilloHippi Thu 08-Oct-09 17:44:30

I've bought them in the Pound shop before, but that was false economy.

boodeniites Thu 08-Oct-09 17:48:02

if it is AA or AAA Semi Chem usually have a great deal on Duracell Superdrug too and Tesco at times sorry kept thinking of more

ChilloHippi Thu 08-Oct-09 17:54:52

I gat Duracell AA and AAA in the pound shop, but I assumed the OP meant button batteries. I do try to use rechargable, but I never seem to have enough

sb6699 Thu 08-Oct-09 17:55:36

I get mine at my local market. £1 per pack of 6 (duracell I think).

tvaerialmagpiebin Thu 08-Oct-09 17:57:27

this site very good for all sorts of batteries, quick despatch and cheap postage.

SmokingKnickers0nMahead Thu 08-Oct-09 21:32:09

Quid shop.

nappyaddict Tue 13-Oct-09 19:25:18

I get these rechargable ones but not sure if those are the sort you mean?

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