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Sony Compact Charger for AA & AAA Batteries Inc. 2 x 900mAh AAA Batteries £3.99inc del @ 7Dayshop.com

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bargain price.... Sony super compact Ni-Mh battery charger supplied complete with 2 X AAA 900mAh cycle Energy blue Ni-Mh batteries. These batteries are ready to use, 1 000 times rechargeable and per… Read More
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8y, 4w agoFound 8 years, 4 weeks ago
bargain price....
Sony super compact Ni-Mh battery charger supplied complete with 2 X AAA 900mAh cycle Energy blue Ni-Mh batteries. These batteries are ready to use, 1 000 times rechargeable and perfect for many uses. Save a packet on your future battery costs
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#2
Very low mAh on the batteries. Usual is 2000-3000 and these are 900. Might only be suitable for remotes and the like.
#3
gstok
Very low mAh on the batteries. Usual is 2000-3000 and these are 900. Might only be suitable for remotes and the like.


But the charger on its own for £3.99 would be a great price still, added bonus of batteries included.
#4
The charger is probably only designed to charge max of around 900mAh, so still not much use except for remote batteries and the like. Certainly not to be used for batteries in toys, cameras, etc.

Other brands can be had for cheaper:
http://www.mymemory.co.uk/Battery-Chargers/Uniross/Uniross-AAA-Charger-%2B-2-x-AAA-900mAh
#5
gstok
The charger is probably only designed to charge max of around 900mAh, so still not much use except for remote batteries and the like. Certainly not to be used for batteries in toys, cameras, etc.

Other brands can be had for cheaper:
http://www.mymemory.co.uk/Battery-Chargers/Uniross/Uniross-AAA-Charger-%2B-2-x-AAA-900mAh


Doesn't that one only charge AAA batteries and not AA
#6
Whatever. It was an example. Looks like you're going to argue every point.

Buy 10 of each. The sooner they're off shelves the happier we'll all be.
#7
gstok
Whatever. It was an example. Looks like you're going to argue every point.

Buy 10 of each. The sooner they're off shelves the happier we'll all be.


I'm not trying to argue every point but don't say its cheaper elsewhere when it isnt:x

Why will you be happy if they sell?:whistling:
#8
gstok
Very low mAh on the batteries. Usual is 2000-3000 and these are 900. Might only be suitable for remotes and the like.


900mAh is average for AAA batteries.

You only get 2000 - 3000mAh AA batteries.

Good deal for batteries & charger, hot for me.:thumbsup:
#9
gstok
Very low mAh on the batteries. Usual is 2000-3000 and these are 900. Might only be suitable for remotes and the like.


soldana
900mAh is average for AAA batteries.

You only get 2000 - 3000mAh AA batteries.

Good deal for batteries & charger, hot for me.:thumbsup:


Exactly my point most [COLOR="Red"]AAA[/COLOR] are around 1000Mah max so this is good and it can also charge [COLOR="Red"]AA[/COLOR] Which as you state come around 2000/3000 Mah capacity
Good deal HOT!
#10
the Sony will charge 1 or 2 at a time, thus the better charger..........

it will charge ANY capacity battery, it simply comes with 900mAH ones as default.........u can fit whatever cap u want.....

a great deal, only pity is it doesnt take 4 batteries at a time
#11
Got a couple of these today. Although it says on the site 'These batteries are ready to use', They are NOT the 'Ready to Go' type, so 'Ready to charge' would have been more appropriate. Having said that, the Uniross AAA rechargeables I have are only 800 mAH, and it is a handy charger for hols etc. I wonder how long they will hold the charge?? Charger Bumf states it will charge up to 2700 mAh. States the light switches off in about 7 hours when they are charged. Does this mean it also stops charging, thus preventing damage?

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