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6 Battery Charger with free batteries £12.99 @ Lidl

£12.99 @ LIDL
Great to go with the current deal on their batteries Charges AAA, AA, C, D and 9V block Ni-MH or Ni-Cd batteries LED battery status indicators With refresh function to discharge batteries fully… Read More
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7y, 3w agoFound 7 years, 3 weeks ago
Great to go with the current deal on their batteries

Charges AAA, AA, C, D and 9V block Ni-MH or Ni-Cd batteries
LED battery status indicators
With refresh function to discharge batteries fully before re-charging
Includes a free pack of batteries
Choose from:
- 4 x AAA
- 4 x AA
- 2 x D
- 2 x C or
- 9V block batteries
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#1
Hmm, if you can still get the Camlink ones from HomeBargains, that is a much better deal.

It was £4.99 for 2x2700mAh batteries and a charger but my local one has 4x2100mAh and charger for £4.99 or 2x 2100mAh and charger for £2.99.

The first deal was posted here on HUKD a couple of months ago.

That being said, what batteries do you get with this and what capacity?
#2
This charger is an absolute corker.

It has been discussed at length on several postings in the past, so when comparing it with 5 quid ones, they are going to have to be pretty special to compete!
It has been on sale cheaper than this before, but it is still well worth buying.

The only point I would argue with is the discharge function, it seems not to FULLY discharge, just partially, but whatever it does, as a result has "restored" several batteries I thought were only fit for the bin. Doesn't take too long, depends on how flat they are, but often about 2 or 3 hours, and they are barely any warmer than when you put them in.

The batteries, well, they are OK as a "freebie," but get yourself a pile of Good2Go ones from 7 dayshop (Currently cheaper on Amazon Marketplace!) and it's like having disposables again!

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