AAA and AA Battery Charger with LCD @ Maplin £6.99 from £14.99 - HotUKDeals
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I bought the Dr. Charge one when it was on offer for £4.99 and it works fine. This is made by the same manufacturer (ATC) and seems to be the latest upgrade with an L.C.D display showing each batteries charge status. Worth the extra £2 in my opinion.

Product details
ATC uCharge NiMH AAA and AA Battery Charger with LCD screen
• Charges 1-4 pieces of AAA and AA batteries
• Independent charge channel for each battery
• 'Negative delta V' detection switches off charger immediately the batteries are fully charged
• Timer control
• Trickle charge function keeps batteries topped up when fully charged
• Overcharge, over discharge, short circuit and reverse polarity protection
• Faulty battery detection
• Low battery leakage current
• Pulse charging function
• LEDs indicate charging status of each individual battery
• Worldwide voltage range (100V-240V subject to use with a suitable travel adapter)
• 3-9 hours average charge time
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#1
If you have decent batteries, well worth looking after them. negative delta V
#2
I thought I'd point out that when I was buying a charger, and noticed this is less powerful than the £4.99 one from maplin
#3
Have one,good charger but long charging times: 20 hours to fully charge 4 , 2400 mAh batteries.
#4
Seems a good price for a LCD display
#5
a55assin
Seems a good price for a LCD display

LCD display gives nothing special,it is a charger that matters most. As I have said,it is too slow to charge higher capacity batteries.
Bought DURACELL CEF15 15 Minute Charger and it is the best and fastest one I ever have; charges 2400 mAh batteries in 35 mins, has a fan to keep batteries cool.
#6
Rimi
Have one,good charger but long charging times: 20 hours to fully charge 4 , 2400 mAh batteries.


lol the display pic is funny saw a car with the same pic on a bmw/merc

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