Hama AA & AAA Ni-Mh Battery Charger (Prima 2/4) with 4 x AA 2100 mAh Batteries - £3.99 Delivered @ 7 Day Shop - HotUKDeals
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A Branded Charger + 4x 2100 mah AA batterys and free delivery.... can't be bad


Incredible value on this good quality Hama battery charger. A compact 8 Hour charger with 3 Pin UK plug fitted. Supplied Brand new in retail box with batteries inserted, ready to be used. 1 Year Guarantee and instructions included.
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#1
Cheap and cheerful deal.
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#2
Good price
#3
Good price. Voted HOT :)
#4
OK, these may not be the latest in battery technology, like their 'Good 2 Go' etc, but who cares, a charger, and 4 decent 2100mAh rated AA batteries for £3.99, that's a seriously good HOT deal :).

So, with such a small investment, this should leave no excuse for anyone, not to be using rechargable batteries, which are not only better for the enviroment, but save you ££'s ;)
#5
ordered, thanks . need some aa batteries and getting a charger for free,in theory
#6
Ordered thanks, Is this charger ok to use with my good to go batteries?
#7
good find,just ordered one,Thank you,
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Savo
Ordered thanks, Is this charger ok to use with my good to go batteries?

Yes it will work BUT you must remember to run your cells down completely and then remember to unplug them after 8 hours! (Even if this charger has a built in 8 hour timer it will more than likely then go into a trickle charge state which over time will still damage your cells due to the minuscule idle discharge rate of hybrid NiMH)
#9
Leftfield_2k2
Savo
Ordered thanks, Is this charger ok to use with my good to go batteries?



Yes it will work BUT you must remember to run your cells down completely and then remember to unplug them after 8 hours! (Even if this charger has a built in 8 hour timer it will more than likely then go into a trickle charge state which over time will still damage your cells due to the minuscule idle discharge rate of hybrid NiMH)


Are G2G batteries (hybrid NiMH I believe) the best kind of batteries to buy when thinking long-term?

Edited By: emmacowley on Mar 21, 2011 12:45
#10
Are there any good deals about for chargers that work with good to go batterys (eneloops etc) that don't need to be unplugged after 8 hours or whatever? Is there a name for chargers like that?

Thanks
#11
Leftfield_2k2
Savo
Ordered thanks, Is this charger ok to use with my good to go batteries?

Yes it will work BUT you must remember to run your cells down completely and then remember to unplug them after 8 hours! (Even if this charger has a built in 8 hour timer it will more than likely then go into a trickle charge state which over time will still damage your cells due to the minuscule idle discharge rate of hybrid NiMH)

What is the real world impact from damaging batteries in this way - given that many people won't be recharging batteries anywhere near the number of recharges the batteries support, would you see damage in a short time period? Or would it be later in the lifetime of the battery? Thanks
#12
HAL2000
OK, these may not be the latest in battery technology, like their 'Good 2 Go' etc, but who cares, a charger, and 4 decent 2100mAh rated AA batteries for £3.99, that's a seriously good HOT deal :).
Are they decent batteries? Never heard of "Topline".
#13
pibpob
HAL2000
OK, these may not be the latest in battery technology, like their 'Good 2 Go' etc, but who cares, a charger, and 4 decent 2100mAh rated AA batteries for £3.99, that's a seriously good HOT deal :).
Are they decent batteries? Never heard of "Topline".


Never heard of Topline either, but I meant decent, as in the battery rating being 2100mAh.A lot of the cheap ones are usually around 800mAh, like those you see in Poundland etc.
#14
Ah OK. I think you'll find that Poundland are virtually unique in selling you so much air cunningly disguised as a battery. My jaw hit the floor when I went in there and read the packet.
#15
I would avoid, neither the charger nor the batteries look half decent
#16
This has just arrived and it's my first foray into rechargable batteries.

Should I just whack it in a wall socket for the max time?
#17
Doesn't it come with instructions?

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