AA Rechargeable Batteries

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5/5 (3 customer reviews)

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Very Good Verified Purchase
Always buy these when my lights stop working, very good product, reliable.
By Pamela on Mar 6, 2016
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AA Rechargeable Batteries Verified Purchase
The batteries fitted my two "London" Solar Lights which had seized to work perfectly. I noticed the rechargeable batteries which I already had and were going to use were slightly thicker and wouldn't fit properly.. These were fine.
By Peter Fitzsimons on Aug 29, 2015
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Very good Verified Purchase
Excellent product, just like everything else from the Solar Centre.
By Pamela on Mar 8, 2014
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  • 1300 mAh batteries (4pk)
  • Suitable for replacing batteries for solar lights if performance is reduced.


Product ID: SS7338
Weight: 0.11 kg

Frequently Asked Questions

Hello Will the 1300mah rechargeable batteries be suitable for the Durham solar posts?
By Brad Kitts on Nov 3, 2019

Yes these are compatible with the Durham. They take 2 x AA 1.2v batteries. 

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I need new batteries for my thea solar spot light the instructions state 1500 size. These do not appear on your site or in local shops. What is the alternative please
By Mary Chapman on Aug 26, 2017

If you can't 1,500mAh then go for 2,000mAh. 

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The selene spots advise a 2000mAh battery can these be used and what will the difference be in brightness and run time? Do you sell the 2000Mah batteries at all?
By victor nicholas on Mar 7, 2016
We do not sell the 2000Mah batteries but you should be able to find them in any highstreet supermarket. The difference would be the run time not the brightness. It would run for less time.
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