Battery Wizard Recharge Standard Batteries 10 Times or More! Great for rechargables too!, £17.95 Delivered @ Gizoo - HotUKDeals
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Battery Wizard's Features

LCD display to show the status of each battery charging
Extend the life of standard alkaline batteries up to 10 times
Recharge up to four batteries at a time
Save money
Help the environment
Reduce waste
Recharges ordinary, alkaline batteries and rechargeable Ni-Cad and Ni-Mh batteries
Runs off mains (AC adapter supplied)
Recharge rechargeable batteries
Accepts AAA, AA, C, D, 9v block batteries
Automatic cut-off function to help save energy
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MMmmmmm. I think you'd do more for the environment buying rechargeables and a decent charger.

This is the one I have but it is currently not in stock.
very good charger as i have this charger and it tells you if a battery can be charged or not easy to use you can not go wrong with it.
i use this for normal battery's not for rechargeable ones as i use a different charger for them.
hot deal.
orderd good deal
Cheers OP, have some heat. Ordered :)
Is it possible to recharge ordinary batteries ?
Especially since its written on most of them - DO NOT RECHARGE ? _
Is it possible to recharge ordinary batteries ?
Especially since its written on most of them - DO NOT RECHARGE ? _

Yeah, it is possible to recharge partially discharged primary cells (up to something like 10 times if I recall correctly, providing that you haven't discharged them by more than 20-25%) with a special charger designed to do so; but were you to stick them in a standard charger they will EXPLODE.

There was an alkaline cell on the market some years ago that was designed (including a safety vent) and marketed to be recharged several times in the manufacturer's specially designed charger, although I think they switched to producing a low self discharge NiMH battery similar to eneloops.

I can't see a great deal of point in recharging primary cells now that you can get LSD batteries such as eneloop which hold most of their charge for a couple of years, and also have higher capacity than alkalines.

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