Philips MultiLife Battery charger SCB2025NB @ B&M - HotUKDeals
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Battery Chargers - Charge your AA and AAA batteries overnight with this Plug Charger. It charges two or four batteries simultaneously. The built-in timer stops the process after eighteen hours, so no damage from overcharging. 4x1300 mAh batteries included.
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#1
Good price with batterys:thumbsup:
#2
zippy22
Good price with batterys:thumbsup:

Agreed :thumbsup:
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moorjock
Agreed :thumbsup:


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G0OSE
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zippy22;6912623
Good price with batterys:thumbsup:


The charger may well be usable, but what use are 1300mah AAs?
Just how long is it since they were made? :-(

I can't ever remember NiMH ones coming in that capacity, surely they aren't Nicad cells?

If it takes overnight to charge 1300's, then how many hours will it take to charge modern cells, that are 2700 to 2900mah,days?
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nihcaj
The charger may well be usable, but what use are 1300mah AAs?
Just how long is it since they were made? :-(

I can't ever remember NiMH ones coming in that capacity, surely they aren't Nicad cells?

If it takes overnight to charge 1300's, then how many hours will it take to charge modern cells, that are 2700 to 2900mah,days?


It is a nimh charger. You can still buy Uniross 1300mah Nimh AA bats, although they may be old stock for all I know. Uniross still make 1600mah "multi use" batteries (economy hybrios).

17 hours to charge a 2600mah battery (so not a good idea to leave the supplied 1300mah batteries charging for the full 18 hours).

Instructions here:- http://www.p4c.philips.com/files/s/scb2050nb_12/scb2050nb_12_dfu_ces.pdf

You don't want too rapid a charger, as it will reduce the life of the batteries, but 17 hours is a wee bit slow. Personally I'd look for an intelligent charger with independent charging circuits for each cell. One that takes 3 - 4 hours to charge a 27000mah cell.

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