Energizer Ultra Compact Battery Charger + 4x AA 2500mAh and 2x AAA 850mAh Rechargeable Batteries - £7.94 del. @ Memorybits! - HotUKDeals
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Energizer Ultra Compact Battery Charger + 4x AA 2500mAh and 2x AAA 850mAh Rechargeable Batteries - £7.94 del. @ Memorybits!

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This Energizer Ultra Compact Battery Charger + 4x AA 2500mAh and 2x AAA 850mAh Rechargeable Batteries is £11.95 @ Memorybits. To get it for just £7.94 delivered - Use discount code: sorry5 Ideal…
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This Energizer Ultra Compact Battery Charger + 4x AA 2500mAh and 2x AAA 850mAh Rechargeable Batteries is £11.95 @ Memorybits.

To get it for just £7.94 delivered - Use discount code: sorry5

Ideal for people on the move, this handy AA/AAA battery charger features a sliding drawer in which to place the batteries to charge. This ultra compact, slim charger will charge your batteries in around 8 hours. It will fit into many different camera bags and offers reverse polarity protection which includes a built in safety timer.

* ULTRA compact Energizer charger + 6 batteries
* Ultra compact charger with 4x AA 2500mAh and 2x AAA 850mAh batteries
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[COLOR=DarkSlateBlue]Specifications:[/COLOR][LIST]
[*]240v, Fits AA or AAA, Ni-mh batteries.
[*]*Supplied with 4x 2500 mAh AA and 2x 850 mAh AAA batteries
[*]4-8 hour charge[/LIST][COLOR=DarkSlateBlue]

Features:
[/COLOR][LIST]
[*]Compact design, ideal for travel
[*]Simple to read charge status indicators
[*]Automatic timer cut-off
[*]Approximate 8.5 hour charge time
[*]Charges 2 or 4 AA/AAA Ni-mh rechargeable batteries simultaneously
[*]Comes supplied with 4x AA and 2x AAA rechargeable batteries[/LIST]
#2
Looks like a bargain to me..... can never have too many batteries around when you have a 4yr old!!! H+
#3
Why is this deal not red hot?

Heat
#4
"4-8 hour charge" or "Approximate 8.5 hour charge time"
They don't seem to have much of a clue which!

It's cheap, the batteries are OK, the charger less so :-(

I won't be buying any more of these standard NiMH batteries, though now that New Technology (Hybrio/ReChycko/Inifinium/Instant etc) ones are very easily available and affordable, and better faster chargers are affordable enough too.

If you are just moving into rechargeables, then this is a cheap option, but comes with the drawbacks of standard rechargeables which lose power when left in the drawer; and slow charging - so long as people don't think this is the way it has to be!

Not voted
#5
#6
Good discount but note no Cashback available if discount code used.

Therefore if you want to use the discount code , dont go via a cashback site.
#7
nihcaj
"4-8 hour charge" or "Approximate 8.5 hour charge time"
They don't seem to have much of a clue which!

It's cheap, the batteries are OK, the charger less so :-(

I won't be buying any more of these standard NiMH batteries, though now that New Technology (Hybrio/ReChycko/Inifinium/Instant etc) ones are very easily available and affordable, and better faster chargers are affordable enough too.

If you are just moving into rechargeables, then this is a cheap option, but comes with the drawbacks of standard rechargeables which lose power when left in the drawer; and slow charging - so long as people don't think this is the way it has to be!

Not voted


Thanks for that.. I'm interested in the newer type.

Can you provide any examples of a newer charger with the later technology (charges 2-4 AA or AAA batts at a time) and roughly how much they are please.

Cheers.
#8
#9
KingGreg;4393942
Thanks for that.. I'm interested in the newer type.
Can you provide any examples of a newer charger with the later technology (charges 2-4 AA or AAA batts at a time) and roughly how much they are please.
Cheers.


Lost so threads on the go at the moment.. so rathe than clog this thread up with a discussion:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=333565
http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=333722
(I have just bought one of these and am quite happy with it so far, it seems better than I first thought!)

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=335837
http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=329891
http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=337291

LONG thread one the plusses & minuses of rechargeables vs. disposables here:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=325741

Me... I buy Vapextech new tech "Instant" ones now....
http://www.vapextech.co.uk/acatalog/High_Power_Consumer_Batteries.html
(They are the green colour ones) currently 8x AAs are £10.50 delivered
#10
Cheers just ordered

Mike
#11
Thanks these will do just fine....I don't need the newer types yet.
Have some heat.
#12
Iam after some AA's for my DSLR flash, asked on here - http://www.talkphotography.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=112407

They also recommend vapex. Can you get a fast charger for the vapex batteries?
#13
1Jim0;4394562
Iam after some AA's for my DSLR flash, asked on here - http://www.talkphotography.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=112407

They also recommend vapex. Can you get a fast charger for the vapex batteries?


It's a subscription only site, btw.

Anyway, any charger works with the New Technology batteries, FAST chargers hammer rechargeables, so probably best avoided if you can, they are expensive too. The fact that new technology batteries keep most of their charge, (whether that was last week or last month,) then the speed of charging is not SO crucial, as all you need do is keep a one or a couple of sets more for replacements, which you will have charged previously. With photography use, you might benefit from the higher power available with the standard type, and therefore need faster charging, as you can "refill" them a bit quicker, but I use "Instant" 2100mah ones in my Fuji S5800 Bridge camera, and get HUNDREDS of shots!

Ideally fast enough not to be hanging around for ever, but not so fast as to harm the batteries or cost a fortune will do for most people. I give a run down on the Lidl charger in the thread I listed earlier, with only partly discharged batteries, it tops them up fairly quickly anyway.
#14
You got a link to the Lidl charger?
#15
Great deal, thanks :)
#16
Just in case it helps anyone, this is the shopping list I've ended up with:

2 packs of 4 x 'normal' 2900mAh for my flash gun £4.75 each + p&p
http://www.component-shop.co.uk/html/body_aa.html

2 packs of 4 x Vapex “Instant” AA 2100mAh for the wii £4.50 each + p&p
http://www.component-shop.co.uk/html/instant.html

1 V6500 - Ultra Fast Charger (will do the above batteries in 1-1.5hrs £9.50 free p&p
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=102046

Comes to £30 exactly for the lot delivered, can't see me running out of batteries any time soon.

(Using the average for the discharge rates quoted for NiMh on wikipedia and an average of the sales figures for the 'new style' batteries, I worked out that it'd be almost a month and a half before the fully chaged 2900's end up with less power in than the new style slow discharge 2100. Well worth having around for applications with a use-recharge cycle of less than a month, like my flash gun. And if I'm ever in a picle I'll just pinch the spares from the wii :-) )
#17
Offer code doesnt work anymore :(
#18
Salwa
Offer code doesnt work anymore :(


They withdrawn it now. I've managed to order so hope it will be honour.
#19
superb batteries ive had 30 for 3 years and they are still superb

charger is por, ive got the 1 hour charger which is much better
#20
Yeah batteries are very good I got some of them.

I wouldn't say charger is poor as the price reflect the slower charge.
I too got the 1 hour charger.
#21
This was a nice offer, just hope no one has to deal with their Customer Service as it's easily the worse I've experienced of late.. they have major admin issues at present and offer little reassurance when this will be sorted out
#22
Got it delivered today.

More back up AA so no need to buy for a while. :)
#23
Mine has only just been dispatched today (Saturday). Very poor really as their site claims to ship 'same day'.
#24
pspr33;4444430
Mine has only just been dispatched today (Saturday). Very poor really as their site claims to ship 'same day'.

Yeah, mine too, which is really annoying as I tried to contact them to cancel on three occasions.. incredibly poor service from these people, their live chat operators are either robots or children
(btw, I hadn't taken advantage of this offer and had paid the regular price)

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