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Sony AA Battery Charger with 4 AA 2100 mAh Multi-Use Premium Batteries £9.49 (Free P&P) @ MyMemory / eBay

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Well... 50p cheaper than on their official website. Details This Sony Power Charger & 4 AAm multi-use premium 2100mAh batteries are ideal for your digital camera or remote control. The batteries a… Read More
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Well... 50p cheaper than on their official website.

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This Sony Power Charger & 4 AAm multi-use premium 2100mAh batteries are ideal for your digital camera or remote control. The batteries are rechargeable and recyclable - hence saving both money and the environment.

Key Features
- Slim and lightweight with sophisticated design
- Charge up to 2700mAh Ni-MH rechargeable batteries
- Rechargeable battery combination free (1~4 AA&AAA individual charging function)
- Worldwide voltage (AC 100V -240V)
- New environmentally friendly packaging with less corrugated paper
- Compact Charger with flip down plug and worldwide voltage allows for charging batteries anywhere
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2 Likes #1
not Eneloops, so will probably get chilly.
#2
powerbrick
not Eneloops, so will probably get chilly.
I was tempted by Tronic at Lidl but decided to look somewhere else. You right - not Eneloops but at least brand I actually love and know.
#3
I doubt that it supports any 1-4 combination as there are only two LEDs and there are pair markings on the top. I suspect, it charges 2 or 4 batteries only.
So, not Eneloop :-(

Edited By: AKNews on Mar 06, 2017 21:51: grammar
1 Like #4
I have this charger. It does indeed charge between 1 and 4 cells. Works well but using as a backup.
1 Like #5
musicinme_pro
powerbrick
not Eneloops, so will probably get chilly.
I was tempted by Tronic at Lidl but decided to look somewhere else. You right - not Eneloops but at least brand I actually love and know.


Yes, well known, but not sure why you would love Sony, or any brand?!
#6
AKNews
I doubt that it supports any 1-4 combination as there are only two LEDs and there are pair markings on the top. I suspect, it charges 2 or 4 batteries only.
So, not Eneloop :-(

- Rechargeable battery combination free (1~4 AA&AAA individual charging function)
So, Eneloop or Sony or not, charge a single or three, your choice.
#7
hmm are the batteries any good I use an xtar vc4 for my vaping stuff but keep putting AA and AAA in for the kids stuff a 4 pack of batteries is nearly this price so is it worth grabbing or sticking with xtar and buying more eneloops
#8
Excellent charger with batteries. Who cares its not Eneloop. Battery technology would have changed a lot in the next few years so Eneloop will be superseded by something else anyway
#9
Bought some Sony AAA batteries about 5 years ago and they were Eneloops rebranded.
Not sure if that's changed now.
#10
creepyg
I have this charger. It does indeed charge between 1 and 4 cells. Works well but using as a backup.

Does this a Global plug / Euro Plug or adapter or is it a fixed UK plug?
Any help would be appreciated, anyone who owns this can confirm please?
1 Like #11
Sniper_Monk
creepyg
I have this charger. It does indeed charge between 1 and 4 cells. Works well but using as a backup.
Does this a Global plug / Euro Plug or adapter or is it a fixed UK plug?
Any help would be appreciated, anyone who owns this can confirm please?

Mine came with a uk plug on a figure-of-eight cord.
1 Like #12
Rickardo
musicinme_pro
powerbrick
not Eneloops, so will probably get chilly.
I was tempted by Tronic at Lidl but decided to look somewhere else. You right - not Eneloops but at least brand I actually love and know.
Yes, well known, but not sure why you would love Sony, or any brand?!

I was born long time ago ;)
#13
abhijitdash123
Excellent charger with batteries. Who cares its not Eneloop. Battery technology would have changed a lot in the next few years so Eneloop will be superseded by something else anyway

What makes you think it will happen in the next few years? They've been promising new battery tech for a good while now but 5 years ago I invested in changing all my AA's to Enerloops and have probably paid for themsleves. I bet you in 2019 there will be packs of 4 x Duracell Alkaline AA's in WHSmiths still?
#14
recharge time?
#15
creepyg
Sniper_Monk
creepyg
I have this charger. It does indeed charge between 1 and 4 cells. Works well but using as a backup.
Does this a Global plug / Euro Plug or adapter or is it a fixed UK plug?
Any help would be appreciated, anyone who owns this can confirm please?
Mine came with a uk plug on a figure-of-eight cord.

Thanks that helps.
1 Like #16
24 Hour Courier - £59.99
now thats a deal! lmao
#17
Just bought this, hoping I will be able to charge my Energizer Extremes with this?
#18
Anyone used this before? I bought some amazon own brands (which people say are eneloops and they are great. Would sony not be on par?
#19
Although it was about 10 years ago, my last Sony battery charger failed after just over 1 year.
The performance of the Sony batteries dropped away after just a few charges, so I didn't even recover the extra cost of buying rechargeables.

I now insist on Eneloops.
1 Like #20
Shakeyyy
Just bought this, hoping I will be able to charge my Energizer Extremes with this?

No reason why not - specs say anything up to 2700mAh AA batts, brand won't matter.
#21
Enveloop brand is not the issue, it's whether they store charge long term like alkalines. That type always come 'ready to use'. For occasional and light use, 'ready to use' rechargeables are best. For heavier daily use, the 2100mAh ones in this deal will be fine.

Edited By: buglawton on Mar 11, 2017 13:45
#22
Rechargeable batteries only last about 5 years max anyway. Most dying a lot quicker. 'Long lasting batteries' would be a better name for them.

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