Energizer Portable Mobile Phone Charger RRP £13.99 instore £1.99 @ Home Bargains - HotUKDeals
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In Home Bargains, Long Eaton, Notts. Had them for Nokia. Sony Ericsson and Motorola Models.

Energizer Energi to go. Portable Mobile Phone Charger.
*Extra Light
*Instant Power
*Charge most *sony ericsson* models to full power. (other models available as stated above)

Consists of an energy pack, 2 leads with different heads, and 2 AA lithium batteries.

Available at MYMEMORY for £13.99; http://www.mymemory.co.uk/Portable-Power/Energizer/Energizer-Energi-To-Go-Mobile-Phone-Charger---Nokia
Their info;
Mobile phone batteries always seem to die when you need it most. With this Energizer Instant Mobile Phone Charger, your Mobile phone will keep going even when your battery dies. Simply plug your phone into the charger and you're ready to go in seconds. A small, lightweight and durable design is portable and easy to take with you on the go. Intelligent power management efficiently transfers power from the charger to your phone, so you get the most talk time possible. Two easy-to-replace AA batteries supply the power you need to talk anywhere, anytime.
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HOT - although battery extenders normally take 4 x AA (or 4 x AAA) to produce a voltage greater than that the phone uses.

I would wonder if this would work with rechargeables given their 1.2V against 1.5V, although I if there is some circuitry to up the voltage and drop the current then it should be fine using them.
Bought one today - at Clydebank - the first time I have been in the shop.

I will give it a try later.
Junk really.

Ill fitting cap - and negligible charge from rechargeables.

Annoying blue flashing lights.

Very short cable - so battery pack cannot be kept in your bag or pocked as you use is.

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