Hama AA & AAA Ni-Mh Battery Charger & 4 x AA 2100 mAh £3.99 / Camlink / Lenmar Kit - Pro120 Ni-Mh AA and AAA Battery Charger complete with 4 x AA (2500 mAh) £5.49 / Hama AA & AAA Ni-Mh Battery Charger 4 x AA 2600 mAh Batteries £5.49 @ 7dayshop - HotUKDeals
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was looking for a charger for my growing collection of chargeable batteries and found some good ones at 7dayshop.

1) Hama AA & AAA Ni-Mh Battery Charger (Prima 2/4) with 4 x AA 2100 mAh Batteries - 73497 - POWER SALE! £3.99

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=109609

2) Camlink / Lenmar Kit - Pro120 Ni-Mh AA and AAAA Battery Charger complete with 4 x AA (2500 mAh) Batteries - POWER SALE! £5.49

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=110656

3) Hama AA & AAA Ni-Mh Battery Charger (Duo 2/4) with 4 x AA 2600 mAh Batteries - 73459 - POWER SALE! £5.49

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=109608
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Edited By: r4ge on Dec 28, 2010 01:01
#2
Are there any that come with AAA batteries instead of AA?
#3
Powerfully tempting.
1 Like #4
Just a quick note, the centre charger comes with a 2 pin plug, so you will require a uk adaptor, the other 2 come with 3 pin plugs.
#5
does the first cheapest charger charge 4 batts at a time anyone know ?
#6
just ordered the first one cheers,
by the look of the other pics of it it does 2 inside 2on the outside
#7
orderd first one thanks op.
i have a stupid usb one that never picks up the batterys to charge lol

Edited By: max84 on Dec 28, 2010 09:35
#8
Wow, now THAT'S a title if ever I saw one! :D
#9
Wonder how good are these for wii remotes?
1 Like #10
MehMeh29
Are there any that come with AAA batteries instead of AA?


http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=110657

A little more pricey but comes with both, and C & D adapters.
#11
Brand new
Wonder how good are these for wii remotes?


I've been using rechargeable batteries with my Wii since the start, the remotes are really low power so even the cheapest rechargeables last a few days.

Having said that, I've had various batteries from 7dayshop, and they're not very good. I currently get Duracell rechargeable AA 4pack for £4.27 off a certain auction site, and they work so much better despite having a smaller mAh rating.
#12
I've been using the charging station from Argos and only lasts for a few games, hopefully 2500 mah and above should be ok?
#13
I use 2000mAH batteries on my xbox 360 controllers and the Wii, and they last for a couple of days between charges, so these should be OK.
#14
Thanks, just noticed its an 8 hour charge :(

Edited By: Brand new on Dec 28, 2010 12:00: add
#15
charge times are quite long
1 Like #16
fcuk
charge times are quite long

Fast chargers f**k up your batteries. Slow chargers are much better.

Order some "GOOD TO GO" batteries as well. You can use the same charger and they will keep your camera, etc. ready for months (low discharge).
#17
ordered - now I can keep a charger at work for my bike lights. Heat added - thanks
#18
Brand new
Thanks, just noticed its an 8 hour charge :(


That is actually a good thing, you'll find the batteries hold much more charge and can be charged more times. I've had batteries fail to hold a charge after about a dozen 'fast' charges, I specifically went for a good slow charger this time round.
#19
Good prices.
#20
Can anyone advise if these have an indicator to show that the battery is fully charged ? Have a charger now but the red indicator to show charging never comes off so I am unsure when the process is complete.

If not can anyone advise a good slow charger that can do this ?

Cheers
#21
slimy31
Brand new
Thanks, just noticed its an 8 hour charge :(


That is actually a good thing, you'll find the batteries hold much more charge and can be charged more times. I've had batteries fail to hold a charge after about a dozen 'fast' charges, I specifically went for a good slow charger this time round.

i'd rather have a charger that is quick, even 2hour or so, and all this slow chargers thing with decent batteries it will balance it out. 8 hours is far too long to wait around and more electric used, this is why these are cheap. i'd say spend alittle more and get yourself some decent batteries. i was gonna buy these when posted but then after thinking about it its not worth in long run to save few pounds now. never mind just the the charger being slow, who knows how reliable these batteries are.

even though not gonna buy these, voted hot!!

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