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Duracell 45 minute battery charger with 2AA & 2AAA £10.00 Sainsburys in-store

£10.00 @ Sainsbury's
45 minute charger with 4 batteries for the price of 4 batteries alone. In-store in Hills borough sainsburys. Same pack for £30 in Tesco Read More
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5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
45 minute charger with 4 batteries for the price of 4 batteries alone. In-store in Hills borough sainsburys. Same pack for £30 in Tesco
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5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
good price. sells for 12.50 on amazon and jessops currently sell for £ 14.99
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I have a Duracell 1 hour charger. The batteries last about 1/3 as long as when i charge them in my 24 hour charger.
#3
11.49 on ebay
1 Like #4
The batteries are pretty poor (1300 mha for AA's) but the charger works fine, find a maplin or even the occasional lidl rechargeable battery offer and this should be a pretty good deal
#5
Does it do any harm to charge batteries fast, reduce their lifespan or retention?
#6
If you get this, get some Panasonic Eneloops. They don't lose their charge over time like other rechargables.
#7
Is this the new Sainsbury's at Wadsley Bridge, OP?
#8
paulsalmon77
Does it do any harm to charge batteries fast, reduce their lifespan or retention?

Potentially, yes and yes. :|
#9
paulsalmon77
Does it do any harm to charge batteries fast, reduce their lifespan or retention?
Absolutely. It can seriously shorten the life of your batteries.
The trouble is you don't know what condition or capacity old rechargeable batteries are unless you use a smart charger ~£25.
#10
Anyone know if this is national?
#11
zzzz
[quote=paulsalmon77]
The trouble is you don't know what condition or capacity old rechargeable batteries are unless you use a smart charger ~£25.

How does the Duracell one here compare with the EBL smart charger on Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/s/?ie=UTF8&keywords=smart+nimh+battery+charger&tag=googhydr-21&index=aps&hvadid=165029180634&hvpos=1t1&hvnetw=g&hvrand=14018749912716405786&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=b&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9045871&hvtargid=kwd-93481539&ref=pd_sl_92oz46kc49_be ?
#12
TrevT
The batteries are pretty poor (1300 mha for AA's) but the charger works fine, find a maplin or even the occasional lidl rechargeable battery offer and this should be a pretty good deal


Quite right, sell those 1300's on eBay and get some 2500 instead
#13
Just seen this, yes it is.
#14
cynikill
Just seen this, yes it is.


The one in wadsley bridge I mean.

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