Panasonic AA and AAA Ni-Mh Battery Charger - Model BQ-829 - £2.79 Delivered @ 7dayshop - HotUKDeals
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The Panasonic BQ-829 charger accepts either four AA or two AAA size batteries and is fitted with a built-n UK 3 Pin mains plug, so it's easy and ready to start charging you batteries in an instant.

Compact and lightweight this charger would make an excellent starter unit or a useful back up for extra busy users of now popular rechargeable Ni-Mh batteries !
Start saving yourself hundreds of £££'s by making the simple switch to rechargeable batteries and help to save the environment by reducing land-fill.
Combine this charger with 7dayshop.com Ni-Mh batteries as listed below and you will be enjoying the lowest prices possible as well as superb battery performance !!

This item is supplied out of box with instructions.
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#1
Good deal yes :thumbsup:

But already posted here I am afraid...

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/438340/panasonic-aa-and-aaa-ni-mh-battery-/
#2
Bird_Man
Good deal yes :thumbsup:

But already posted here I am afraid...

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/438340/panasonic-aa-and-aaa-ni-mh-battery-/


That was quite some time ago mate :p

This is still a great deal
#3
Cant go wrong @ this price... 7dayshop also do some cheap recharg batteries. Thanks cat :)
#4
gud find
#5
Thanks , ordered 1.

Any recommendations of AA batteries to be used in xbox controller mostly?
#6
With these cheaper chargers how do you know when the batterys are fully charged?

This does not seem to have a sensor after a bit of research. I assume you just have to wait a certain amount of time.

Anyone seen any cheap smart chargers?
#7
I've never had a battery recharger before, so I apologise for my stupidity... but will it take any recharable batteries?

EDIT: Scrap that, just going to go for teh Ni-Mh batteries OP listed.

Thanks very much OP . Heat & Reap :)
#8
most handy!
#9
Voted hot.
#10
same as above, i think its waste of money as :
1. you don't know how long before your batteries are fully recharged
2. I bought an energizer turbo recharger: 2 hours for 2400mAh AA batteries... I'm assuming this will be 7-8 hours as it seems to be cheapas
3. Warning: if you overcharge rechargable batteries without a smart recharger (whcih shuts off once battery is fully recharged automatically) then you are going to reduce your battery life tremendously

for me: its cold as its a risk for your batteries
#11
This is a good deal, and 7 days is also a good company for most things, but I do not rate their battery charges. I purchased one of their top models, I am now on my third one and I have come to the conclusion they are just rubbish. Very picky on what batteries they will charge, and then if it decides it will charge. it's done in about 5 minutes and last for about the same time!!

Best option is go to Maplin and for £10 you will get one that does what it states on the tin.
#12
hashman
2. I bought an energizer turbo recharger: 2 hours for 2400mAh AA batteries... I'm assuming this will be 7-8 hours as it seems to be cheapas
3. Warning: if you overcharge rechargable batteries without a smart recharger (whcih shuts off once battery is fully recharged automatically) then you are going to reduce your battery life tremendously

for me: its cold as its a risk for your batteries


But if you fast charge your batteries and they get too hot then the life will be reduced too! :thinking:

I think that spending less on the charger than you would on the batteries is a false economy. 7-day shop have some very good intelligent controllers for around £12. Slow charging with temperature monitoring and auto-cut-off is the only way to achieve 500+ recharge cycles from a battery in my experience (and I use lots of Ni-Mh AA cells in equipment for work).
#13
According ro a customer review this charger does have a cutoff so it will not overcharge the batteries.

7Dayshop also have a Sony charger, for 20p more, which comes with 2 AAA batteries. It only charges two batteries at a time (AA/AAA) but looks to be a better charger

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/images/products/prod_105417.jpg
#14
needed a new charger voted hot
#15
andyf07;6448436
but looks to be a better charger
Why's that?
#16
hashman;6448022
for me: its cold as its a risk for your batteries
If it were a fast charger, maybe, but it isn't.
#17
looking for one of these thanks!
#18
delivery more thasn product :/
#19
josh1991;6450415
delivery more thasn product :/
Are you selecting some super-fast delivery method? Because the price includes delivery, as per the deal title.
#20
Ordered one of these the other day along with some Duracell NiMH batteries - does the job well - great price. Hot :)
#21
good deal thanks
#22
I think it's probably better to spend a little more and getting an intelligent charger that can charge and assess each battery seperately. This will make batteries last longer, effectively saving you even more money and enabling you to get the most out of each charge.
#23
pibpob
Why's that?


I was just going by the spec on the website

Many safety functions with safety timer, reverse polarity and primary battery detection
#24
Thanks!

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