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Charges 1 or 2, AAA or AA Rechargeable Batteries
USB Charger to connect to your PC or Notebook
Supplied with 4 X AAA NiMH 1000mAh Rechargeable Batteries
Simple flip up/down contacts to change between AAA & AA sizes
Weighs 110 gms
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#1
Remember Quidco

Pounland do rechargable 4 pack batteries that will fit this
#2
If anyone needs this and is near a Maplin store, they have a Uniross AAA charger with 2xAAA batteries included for £2.99, picked some up on the weekend, not on the website though.
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I wont buy any more battery's that arent the new hybrio type. I love the new batterys as they hold their charge for years.

Look out for...

Uniross 'Hybrio'
Vapextech 'Instant'
Sanyo 'eneloop'
GP 'ReCyko'

USB charger is very useful though - as it will charge 1 battery at a time if needed.
#4
Read review on website it says 13 hrs for AAA and 16 hrs for AA, not ideal if you ave to keep your usb power source for 13/16 hrs.
#5
I'm sure I saw this cheaper at netto yesterday! The exact same porduct.. if only i could remember the price
#6
sorry if it sounds stupid, but can you tell me these new Uniross U0120012 Hybrio battires hold charge for that long if even if they are used or hold charge if they are charged and not used for that period. if they can be charged once and used for months that amazing indeed.
#7
I bought a uniross charger with 8 x AA batteries and 4x AAA on a promotional offer at my local Wilkinsons the week before Christmas at £7.99, may be worth looking in at your local store to see if the offer is available there
#8
blackjack
sorry if it sounds stupid, but can you tell me these new Uniross U0120012 Hybrio battires hold charge for that long if even if they are used or hold charge if they are charged and not used for that period. if they can be charged once and used for months that amazing indeed.


The mAh will determine how much power you get from the battery, and therefore how long it will last on a full charge. Hybrio are no different in that respect.
The benefit is the Hybrio will have a slower discharge rate when not being used. Normal NiMh discharge very quickly.
#9
it's goo to buy a better charger specially from Home Bargains [instore],
unirose charger is does not have a overcharge sensor , so quite dangerous to use.
#10
Version in Netto is £3.99 but only has 2 batteries included..
#11
manicfodder
I'm sure I saw this cheaper at netto yesterday! The exact same porduct.. if only i could remember the price


Not quite the same product, as the Netto ones I bought recently only had 2 AAA batteries included (1000MAh) Still, it seemes like a bargain to me! :thumbsup:
#12
63098792
Version in Netto is £3.99 but only has 2 batteries included..


whitters
Not quite the same product, as the Netto ones I bought recently only had 2 AAA batteries included (1000MAh) Still, it seemes like a bargain to me! :thumbsup:


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#13
In my local TK Max they had a panasonic version of this for 6.99
#14
Why Hybrio?

the hybrio type batteries are not the highest power rating. For example the best AA batteries are rated at 2900mAh, compared to 2000mAh for the hybrio type. The hybrio advantage is that if you put them in a radio which you dont use for 3 months they will still have almost the full charge, while the 'old' type will be as good as flat. Another example may be a torch in the car or a remote control.

The rule of thumb is to use the hybrio type for any device you will typically use over more than 2 weeks, as they will last longer. If you were looking for the best charge for a remote control car, or other high power device, then freshly charged old types are better.

Also if you charge up batteries and keep them ready, the old type will need to be topped up after 4-6 weeks, while the hybrio type will be good for a year or more.

Got it?

i recommend this charger for approx £6 as it will charge 1-4 batteries. http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.6194
with AA or AAA hybrio type batteries from vapextech on ebay £5 for 4 delivered. Keep an eye out on this site though, as people are spotting these type of batteries all over the place (eg homebase)
#15
The plug is foreign though so better to get it from a UK shop or can you use those tape deck power cords?
#16
although it is a foreign plug, the cable type looks standard. I have several spare of these from digital camera battery chargers, tape machines etc.

Or you could wire the plug yourself.
#17
Charging by USB?!?
USB only supplies 500mA. It'll take days to charge a 2000mAH AA!!
(Ok, a day and a bit!)
#18
stapsell
I wont buy any more battery's that arent the new hybrio type. I love the new batterys as they hold their charge for years.

Look out for...

Uniross 'Hybrio'
Vapextech 'Instant'
Sanyo 'eneloop'
GP 'ReCyko'

USB charger is very useful though - as it will charge 1 battery at a time if needed.


Can you use normal NiMH chargers for such batteries? Esp the Uniross Hybrio...was thinking of getting one of those... instead of the NiMH ones. Thanks.

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