Charger with 4 x AA Sanyo Eneloop Batteries £7.79 @ 7dayshop - HotUKDeals
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A superb price deal on this top quality Ni-Mh battery charger which is supplied complete with four superb AA Sanyo Eneloop batteries. Eneloop batteries come pre-charged and ready to use and maintain their charge for a very long time COMPARED WITH NORMAL Ni-Mh batteries. Eneloop batteries are rechargeable up to 1,000 times and are capacity rated at 2000mAh and will offer you excellent performance.

The Fameart PC15 charger plugs directly into the mains (UK 3 pin) and is able to charge both Ni-Cad and Ni-Mh types as well as AA or AAA size batteries (in sets of 2). With built in IC timer and auto current selection.

Charging times vary but are typically 2 hours to 7 hours which is ideal for most uses. Especially at this super low price !!

Charging Times
AA
700mAh - 2 Hrs
1300mAh - 4 Hrs
2000mAh - 6 Hrs
2300mAh - 6 Hrs
2500mAh - 7 Hrs
2700mAh - 9 Hrs

AAA
600mAh - 4 Hrs
850mAh - 6 Hrs
1000mAh 7 Hrs
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Has been £7.49 for months and months. Goes up to £7.79 and gets posted! oO
#2
andyken
Has been £7.49 for months and months. Goes up to £7.79 and gets posted! oO

But not now. My car insurance was cheaper last year. VAT is up, inflation is rising. Prices are going up! The batteries on their own cost £6.69 - cos they've gone up. so the whole deal is still pretty good.


Edited By: Loopijuce on Jan 20, 2011 17:38: perspective
#3
blimey this took a long time to go hot

has been this price for a long time and the charger is very slow.
#4
Ordered a couple of weeks ago,good deal but only annoying thing is waiting over a week for delivery.
2 Likes #5
toughnumber
Ordered a couple of weeks ago,good deal but only annoying thing is waiting over a week for delivery.


They are called 7DAYshop for a reason :p
#6
great batteries. hold their charge for months and months
#7
How are these compared to GP reckyos which are also LSD batteries?

I've ordered them already and they've been dispatched, but just wondering. I've read that they all yield similar results. :/
#8
Kazaam
How are these compared to GP reckyos which are also LSD batteries?

I've ordered them already and they've been dispatched, but just wondering. I've read that they all yield similar results. :/


A test I read a while back had the Reckyos just beating the Eneloops but only just so pretty similar results really.
Good deal for the price.
#9
Ozzie


has been this price for a long time and the charger is very slow.


Have to agree re the charger ...it is worse than very slow! However the batteries are top notch.(_;)
#10
Great batteries, effectively the charger is free so I'm not bothered about the price of that as I have a better one.

Remember 1% Quidco too- ok it's not going to be huge but money is money!
#11
Finnergen
Great batteries, effectively the charger is free so I'm not bothered about the price of that as I have a better one.

Remember 1% Quidco too- ok it's not going to be huge but money is money!


Well, not really. you can get the batteries on their own for a £1 less (free delivery) so the charger is still at least a £1 extra...and given that so many people think it's a sh*te charger and not worth using, surely, you're better off just getting the batteries on their own and using your better charger....

save yourself a quid :-)
#12
ah didnt realise that! Just ordered too- doh!
#13
Mehhhhhh tbh.
These aren't the latest revision of Eneloops like the separate ones 7dayshop sell plus the charger looks like a naff dumb time one which ain't gonna do the cells any good over time.
Pay the little extra and get an intelligent delta v/peak charger that has individual charge circuits and separate eneloops, you will get the latest and greatest ones then :-)
#14
You got direct links for those Leftfield?
#15
Leftfield_2k2
Mehhhhhh tbh.
These aren't the latest revision of Eneloops like the separate ones 7dayshop sell
Are these any better or just designed to push sales?
plus the charger looks like a naff dumb time one which ain't gonna do the cells any good over time.
It's a slow charger - it will treat the cells gently so doesn't need complicated end-of-charge detection.
#16
are the batteries supplied with it 2000mAh? if anyone knows? as there are some Eneloops that are being sold as 800mAh.
#17
Those will be AAAs!
#18
pibpob
Leftfield_2k2
Mehhhhhh tbh.
These aren't the latest revision of Eneloops like the separate ones 7dayshop sell
Are these any better or just designed to push sales?
plus the charger looks like a naff dumb time one which ain't gonna do the cells any good over time.
It's a slow charger - it will treat the cells gently so doesn't need complicated end-of-charge detection.


Well I would consider a 50% increase in charge cycles a massive improvement, plus they have also improved the already great self/ultra low current dischcharge! You can now store these baby's for up too 3 years and still retain 75% of original charge. These ones also come pre-charged from Solar power for extra green points :-)

Yes that is a slow charger but the charge current will be in the region of 250-350mA which is way too high to be considered a safe amount to self regulate, you will overcharge and damage cells if you forget to always run you cells right down imho. For the sake of an extra couple of quid it just isn't worth it and a complete false economy as a decent setup will pay for itself within a year or two easily!
Someone posted a link to a decent AA/AAA charger in another thread, I'll go find the link and post that along with the link for the newer Eneloops.

If you live near a Lidl grab yourself one of these chargers, amazing bit of kit for the money imo:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lidl-tronic-intelligent-charger-pro/844608

If you don't live near a lidl or only want an AA/AAA charger then I would recommend this ' intelligent ' one:
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=105029&r=20110218&source=webgains&siteid=20363

Obviously unless your in a rush for your battery's then it's always better to charge them with a low current over a longer period of time. This is much gentler on the cell resulting in a battery that will last significantly longer and the great thing about the charger above is that you have the ability to do this with the USB (500mA) feature.
Of course leaving your laptop/PC on for hours to charge a few AA's isn't gonna be a good idea/power efficient, however you can build or buy a mains 5V (500mA) USB AC-DC transformers dirt cheap.

Here is a link to the newest revision Eneloops:
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=109612

Edited By: Leftfield_2k2 on Feb 19, 2011 19:48: Links Added
#19
Nice deal, recently brought 2x 8 eneloops in clear case, the new ones that can be recharged upto 1500 times.
#20
BiGT-
are the batteries supplied with it 2000mAh? if anyone knows? as there are some Eneloops that are being sold as 800mAh.

Yes they are 2000mAh,looking at them right now
#21
Hi, bought quite a few eneloops some time ago to suit all my AA battery needs. I got the cheap Fameart charger bundled with some of the batteries from 7dayshop however after discharging the batteries initially, they never seem to have worked properly since!

After they have been charged, my digital camera shows as being low battery, after only a few shots.. is there something I'm doing wrong? I thought a slow charge was supposed to be good for the lifetime of the batteries, I've charged in pairs, until the light has gone out on the charger.
#22
lmukuk
Hi, bought quite a few eneloops some time ago to suit all my AA battery needs. I got the cheap Fameart charger bundled with some of the batteries from 7dayshop however after discharging the batteries initially, they never seem to have worked properly since!

After they have been charged, my digital camera shows as being low battery, after only a few shots.. is there something I'm doing wrong? I thought a slow charge was supposed to be good for the lifetime of the batteries, I've charged in pairs, until the light has gone out on the charger.

I heard that they dont reach thier full capacity until after about 10 or so charges. could be wrong but maybe that has something to do with it?
#23
7DayShop do sell some dodgy chargers in my experience. I have one of these which I should have sent back. Maybe I've been unlucky but I've read about others having bad experiences of this one - flashing on and off and presumably resetting all the time. Unfortunately its display looks identical to the one recommended earlier in this thread, which doesn't bode well.

I would borrow another charger and try them out in that.
#24
heat added. ordered.
#25
Still available
#26
UNEXPIRE IT!

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