Panasonic AA and AAA Ni-Mh Battery Charger £2.99 @ 7dayshop - HotUKDeals
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This brand new Panasonic charger is supplied direct to us by Panasonic UK but is not packed in a box, but in a poly-bag. Instructions are included !

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http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=106589
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#1
They've had these for over a month I got one when they were first posted.
#2
And I got these AA batteries at the same time:

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=107341

They say they're like the Sanyo Eneloops - dont believe them, my Eneloops lasted several hundred photos before needing charged for the first time, these lasted about 10 photos...I havent tried them yet after charging hopefully they're better!
#3
Thanks. Just ordered one. Added rep & heat
#4
Got one of these a while ago. Great value, although charging times are quite slow. But for £2.99 you can't really complain.
#5
mccririck;7380278
And I got these AA batteries at the same time:

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=107341

They say they're like the Sanyo Eneloops - dont believe them, my Eneloops lasted several hundred photos before needing charged for the first time, these lasted about 10 photos...I havent tried them yet after charging hopefully they're better!


They are working fine for me, but I did charge mine first with my Lidl charger.

In my Fuji bridge camera have taken dozens of shots with a set (been in the camera since the day I got mine delivered, about a month now?) and still going strong!
#6
nihcaj
They are working fine for me, but I did charge mine first with my Lidl charger.


Well they are supposed to be fully charged as new, you're not supposed to have to charge them first.
#7
mccririck;7381594
Well they are supposed to be fully charged as new, you're not supposed to have to charge them first.


Oh they had charge in them, and probably would have been fine as they were, but as I had no idea if they were new stock or many months old, I charged them first, as I was only planning to use one 4-pack later that day.

Also, as they were a first time purchase for this brand, and people were asking on the thread on here, I was interested to see how they compare to the other brands I already have.
So far so good - seem no different in practical terms, although obviously they haven't been stored long - I used another lot yesterday in my Weather station, they had been standing since then, and seemed no different to when I first charged them, a few weeks back
#8
Eneloop types are supposed to hold their original charge for well over a year and since overcharging these batteries is bad for them you took a bit of a risk charging them from new.
#9
mccririck;7381813
Eneloop types are supposed to hold their original charge for well over a year and since overcharging these batteries is bad for them you took a bit of a risk charging them from new.


No, my charger does a partial discharge first, then stops charging when full. I agree, and probably wouldn't have been so keen to do that with my old charger.
(As a result it has even revitalised some old rechargeables that I had thought were clapped out - annoying as I had already thrown some of that batch out previously!)

It has featured a couple of times in deals on this site, and you might even see it still around at 12 quid in Lidl branches if you are lucky
#10
mccririck
Eneloop types are supposed to hold their original charge for well over a year and since overcharging these batteries is bad for them you took a bit of a risk charging them from new.


If you use an intelligent Delta V charger (eg http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=105028 ), then it should stop when fully charged. Sanyo recommend charging their Eneloops in a charger that takes 2 hours or more to charge them.

I believe I read somewhere that Eneloops are charged to about 80% of full capacity when manufactured. Some of the AAAs I got when argos had them on offer last year were over 18 months old, and they still had a fair amount of charge left in them.

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