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The extra versatile 808LCD charger offers 3 ways to charge your AA or AAA Ni-Mh rechargeable batteries. Use with the supplied mains adapter (100~240V) anywhere in the world, or use with the included 12V car adapter when on the move or use with the included USB lead for charging direct from your computer or laptop - the choice is yours !
This is a state-of-the-art AA and AAA battery charger is equipped with Delta-V circuitry to optimise battery life and also minimise charging times. Extra safety features include bad cell detection and reverse polarity protection, thermal cut-out switch and timer protection too. This top of the range charger automatically selects the correct charging current for either AA or AAA sizes and the LCD screen clearly informs you of the batteries charging status.
The feature packed 808LCD charger also has a useful discharge function which re-conditions your cells and may be used to help revive tired batteries and poorly performing batteries.

When using this item, you can charge any multiple of 1 to 4 batteries .


Charging times will vary from under 1 hour up to 3 hours depending on the battery capacity and the charge state of the batteries when inserted. Note that when using with the 5 Volt USB lead, charge times will take a little longer as the input voltage is slightly lower.

Even at the normal selling price of £14.99 it's good, as the RRP is £24.99 (Not although anything sells at a RRP!) but at @ £7.99 I think it's a bargain for an intelligent charger of this type, especially with the LCD display.The reviews for this are also very good, so it looks like this'll be the ideal match for the 'GOOD TO GO' AA I got from them at Christmas, as my current charger takes ages.
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#1
Not bad, may get one since my missus snapped the lid off my existing AA/AAA charger.
#2
got very similar from DX its a good charger
#3
Looks pretty good value. Shame it hasn't got a fan to keep the batteries cool, but it doesn't charge ultra-quickly and it includes over temperature protection and uses delta-V charging.
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Got one, probably the best charger you can get for under £20, the more advanced chargers that can measure/display actual capacity etc. are better but cost around £30, overkill for most but for pro users.

Edit: battery chargers should not require any fans, batteries that get too hot is likely being overcharged.




Edited By: Flyaway on Feb 19, 2011 17:00: ...
#5
Flyaway
Got one, probably the best charger you can get for under £20, the more advanced chargers that can measure/display actual capacity etc. are better but cost around £30, overkill for most but for pro users.Edit: battery chargers should not require any fans, batteries that get too hot is likely being overcharged.

If the battery wont charge or past its best will the lcd display tell you. I have loads of rechargeables lying around the house but dont know which ones are any good.
#6
Thanks O.P looks like a good bit of kit. Voted HOT. Forgot to say ordered one.

Edited By: billybongo48 on Feb 19, 2011 17:26
#7
Ordered one, thanks to poster
#8
I ordered 1 last july for £8.99 , so that £14.99 is baloney.
At the same time I got an identical type/featured charger with 4 x aa hybrio type batteries for less off ebay.
They do indicate when a battery is faulty , many batteries are damaged when dropped etc. which I never realised before.
The refresh feature is useful.
#9
got one a couple of months ago, same price I think, it's good, takes between 1-2 hrs depending on what charge is left I have found
#10
will this charge eneloop batteries?
#11
I wouldn't always believe this sort of battery charger when it says a battery is dead, with numerous different chargers, yet in many cases I've been able to revive the battery by sticking it in a bog standard, no frills plug in charger from 10 years ago, for a couple of minutes, often this would be enough for the bells and whistles charger to believe it's ok again.

Still, worth having for the ability to charge 3 AAA batteries which seems to be the default number for most mini LED torches, bike lights etc.

mike
#12
I have had fast chargers fizzle out or refuse to charge brand new batteries, I just stick to my 4 cell trickle charger which is 10 years old, also have a 8 hr charger for 8 cells if I am in need of a quicker charge. I also have loads of the hybrid batteries that keep their charge so always have batteries charged. Personally don't like fast chargers
#13
I bought a very nice Sony delta v charger with individual control of each of 4 batteries. That failed after 13 months. [The Sony rechargeable batteries have become almost unuseable after something like 20 charge cycles, which also messes up the economics of recharging].
I then bought a Uniross delta v charger, which fails to charge almost any battery. I use my very old bog standard charger now.
#14
billybruiser
will this charge eneloop batteries?


Yes, any Ni-Cd or NiMH AA or AAA cell can be charged in this.

@ Unlucky dude above. Seems you have been very unlucky or bought poor quality chargers, I have about half a dozen intelligent Delta V chargers here and never had a problem, some of them are nearly a decade old!!
#15
A Vanson delta-V charger I bought from Maplin died on one channel out (of the four) after a few years.

I've now got a slightly slower Hama charger that has a fan to keep the batteries cool whilst they're charging. They'd come out of the quicker Vanson too hot to handle sometimes!
#16
Almost bought this at £6.99, but spent almost £20 on one that can measure the capacity instead.

Surprising how many times one battery in a set is weak and needs to be refreshed a couple of times to bring it up to capacity.
#17
I think this has been this price for a while, ordered yesterday.

Only thing im concerned about is this charging too fast, but I couldnt find any trickle chargers
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tommyturnip
Not bad, may get one since my missus snapped the lid off my existing AA/AAA charger.
Man!
That's what I call "frantic!" :|
#19
z909
I bought a very nice Sony delta v charger with individual control of each of 4 batteries. That failed after 13 months. [The Sony rechargeable batteries have become almost unuseable after something like 20 charge cycles, which also messes up the economics of recharging].
I then bought a Uniross delta v charger, which fails to charge almost any battery. I use my very old bog standard charger now.
I must say i have had a couple of chargers where the red light flashes and refuses to charge the batteries. Problem is you can,t tell which battery it does not like. Hope this one is better. Have just looked on the old auction site and can see this charger with a set of batteries for £24, so this appears to be good value.

Edited By: steviecross on Feb 20, 2011 09:03: ed
#20
BargainJim
Almost bought this at £6.99, but spent almost £20 on one that can measure the capacity instead.

Surprising how many times one battery in a set is weak and needs to be refreshed a couple of times to bring it up to capacity.


Where did you get it, do you have a link?
#21
I have one of these and it's always telling me my batteries are faulty! if I leave one of the kids toys on, and the batteries go flat, it tells me tey are faulty! I then have to jump start them in a old charger (leave them on for 5 mins, then put them back in this charger)
Shame it has this issue sometimes. I got rid of loads of batteries thinking they where no good, even after 3-4 charges. so don't believe it when it flashe a fault.
#22
c.grex
I have one of these and it's always telling me my batteries are faulty! if I leave one of the kids toys on, and the batteries go flat, it tells me tey are faulty! I then have to jump start them in a old charger (leave them on for 5 mins, then put them back in this charger)
Shame it has this issue sometimes. I got rid of loads of batteries thinking they where no good, even after 3-4 charges. so don't believe it when it flashe a fault.
oO

I'm waiting on this charger and dont have a "jump-start" or spare charger. Did u try contacting 7dayshop, surely there's some sort of warranty on it?

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