Uniross X-Press 700 Intellegent Battery Charger + 4x 2500mAh AA's - £6.99 delivered - HotUKDeals
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Very good value in my opinion. Better than your basic chargers.

Description: Intelligent charger with slim design. The fastest X-Press charger of the range. Charges 2 or 4 AA or 4 AAA at a time. Ideal for: All digital applications, audio, toys, home.

Name: X-Press 700
Dimensions: 76 x 120 x 25 mm
Weight: 178g
Recharged sizes: AAA / R03, AA / R6
Plug: UK
Charger type: Economical
Voltage: 220-240 V
Charging Current: 700mA
Control functions: Safety timer, trickle charge, bad cell detection, -DeltaV
Charging time: 3 to 5 hours
Supplied with: 4 x AA 2500mAh and a car adapter
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#1
http://www.mx2.co.uk/products/images/unxpress700_l.jpg

This is a clearance item so I don't know how many they have available. Includes in-car adapter. Charging current is 700Ma so it should charge the supplied batteries in just over 3.5 hours and then go to trickle charge.
#2
voted hot, excellent find.
#3
Good find bingsy :)

Pretty much the cost of the batteries alone...
#4
I bought one of these last time there was a deal on.

I'm new to re-chargable's, but have to say - I've about given up on it, and returned to shop bought batteries. After charging my batteries in this (to full charge), they power neither my camera - nor my minidisc player. Both will have one bar of charge if i'm lucky, and usually run out after 30 mins. Is this normal with rechargables? As it's completely useless to me...

Havent voted - but just asking. As i'm annoyed at such an awful product tbh.
#5
Duckman
...Havent voted - but just asking. As i'm annoyed at such an awful product tbh.


What capacity batteries did u use ? :)

You should be fine if using 2500+ mAh ones for demanding applications.
#6
Top spot bingsy - I needed some new AA bateries and my foreign plugged uniross charger is now refusing to work hanging out of the 2 adapters it has been working with!
#7
Duckman
I bought one of these last time there was a deal on.

I'm new to re-chargable's, but have to say - I've about given up on it, and returned to shop bought batteries. After charging my batteries in this (to full charge), they power neither my camera - nor my minidisc player. Both will have one bar of charge if i'm lucky, and usually run out after 30 mins. Is this normal with rechargables? As it's completely useless to me...

Havent voted - but just asking. As i'm annoyed at such an awful product tbh.

What you need is the "Eneloop" batteries, I had the same problem, get a couple of pictures out of my camera before they pack up, but the eneloop run in my camera for ages and everything else I have tried, they do not lose a charge like normal rechargeables. I would not by anything else now. You get deals on them on Amazon every now and then, but they are normally expensive. This new generation type batteries are the only ones worth buying, I have put all my old type of rechargeable batteries away in a drawer now, in case I need something in an emergency.
#8
Just ordered - Great find - Thanks! :)

Heat & rep left
#9
Bargain heat added :thumbsup:
#10
good find,just ordered 1 :)

added heat:thumbsup:
#11
Does anyone know if these will be enough to use on a Samsung digital Camera, that seems to get through Duracells within about an hours use?

I understand the higher the mAh is the more powerful they are right? I think this is quite top end isn't it?
#12
Great price. Just ordered 2x it's such a bargain!
#13
Duckman
I bought one of these last time there was a deal on.

I'm new to re-chargable's, but have to say - I've about given up on it, and returned to shop bought batteries. After charging my batteries in this (to full charge), they power neither my camera - nor my minidisc player. Both will have one bar of charge if i'm lucky, and usually run out after 30 mins. Is this normal with rechargables? As it's completely useless to me...

Havent voted - but just asking. As i'm annoyed at such an awful product tbh.


I have used rechargeables for 20 years and love them, however if you charge them and put them away for a month then use them, they may be nearly dead, they need to be charged prior to use, then they are brilll'. The new Eneloop that anthony712 mentions are just the best ever!, charge them put them away and the will still be great in month's to come.:)
#14
nice find, gonna order mines :)
#15
just ordered ta :)
#16
Voted Hot, was looking for one as my old one broke recently!
#17
cant get it delivered to address other than card holder, so no good for me. Need delivery to work address, Booo

toad
#18
I bought this last year from Wilkinsons and they cost me £15. I use them for my xbox 360 wireless controler, they last a couple of weeks on a full charge. Great find!
#19
toadoftoadhall
cant get it delivered to address other than card holder, so no good for me. Need delivery to work address, Booo

toad


I've had mine delivered to work.
#20
Thanks,Nice find Bingsy-just ordered and repped you.
#21
those eneloop batteries are impressive, i think i'll slowly convert the majority of my batts to them
#22
Nice one !

Voted hot and ordered :)

I have these 2500's running radio's and camera's with no problem at all,
a huge leap forward from the first rechargable AA's: 500mA ni-cads
#23
Just an explanatory word....

Ni-mH like these are suit for high-drain applications, like when you spend a whole day shooting off using your digital camera. They are NOT suit for remote controls, smoke alarms, emergency torches, etc, i.e. low-drain applications where batteries need to last months or years. In these cases use the newer Eneloop/Hybrio batteries.
#24
Hot!
Going to order to replace my old charger.
And if the charger works well, going to buy more enloop :)
#25
Well done Bingsy - voted red hot.
#26
Item's gone!
#27
7thgalaxy
Item's gone!

:-( At that price, I'm not surprised. Wonder if it was a pricing error?
#28
Looks like I might have had the last one as I ordered only a few minutes ago! :roll:
#29
Cheapest anywhere else looks like £9.99 but tha does come with a car adaptor!! :thumbsup:
#30
anthony712
What you need is the "Eneloop" batteries, I had the same problem, get a couple of pictures out of my camera before they pack up, but the eneloop run in my camera for ages and everything else I have tried, they do not lose a charge like normal rechargeables. I would not by anything else now. You get deals on them on Amazon every now and then, but they are normally expensive. This new generation type batteries are the only ones worth buying, I have put all my old type of rechargeable batteries away in a drawer now, in case I need something in an emergency.



Hybrios use the same principle and are cheap as chips on Amazon. I have read some people on here diss them compared to the eneloops but if you check google there are loads of battery geeks out there who think their performance is very similar/slightly better. Whatever, they are way cheaper than Eneloops if you buy from Amazon.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Uniross-Hybrio-Charger-2100mAh-Batteries/dp/B000KG5G5S/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1/202-6124890-9931053?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1193316791&sr=8-1
#31
Thanks. 2 dispatched. Will come in very handy for kids toys at Xmas & wii mote :-)
#32
Despatched here too :)
#33
bellboys
Hybrios use the same principle and are cheap as chips on Amazon. I have read some people on here diss them compared to the eneloops but if you check google there are loads of battery geeks out there who think their performance is very similar/slightly better. Whatever, they are way cheaper than Eneloops if you buy from Amazon.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Uniross-Hybrio-Charger-2100mAh-Batteries/dp/B000KG5G5S/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1/202-6124890-9931053?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1193316791&sr=8-1


ones on amazon look good ,unbeatable price but they seem to take 2.5 more times to charge than the ones on mx2 website.worth noting i suppose.I presume you can use these AA batteries on 360 with play and charge kit?
#34
www.7dayshop.com

Great prices for chargers and rechargeables (and much else besides).
#35
Confiteor
www.7dayshop.com

Great prices for chargers and rechargeables (and much else besides).


All is ok except their £3.95 p&p charge. No good for small orders :)
#36
Bully
ones on amazon look good ,unbeatable price but they seem to take 2.5 more times to charge than the ones on mx2 website.worth noting i suppose.I presume you can use these AA batteries on 360 with play and charge kit?



Can't help with the 360 question, I'm afraid, as I'm not a gamer, but I will comment on the '2.5 times as long to charge' comment. Yes, the charger that comes with the Hybrio is not a fast charger, but these batteries AFAIK can be charged in ANY charger. And, also, I reckon the longer charge is well worth it when you consider how little charge these batteries use when in use/even not in use. Plus they come ready to use out of the pack so no charging first. Highly recommended and I have noticed that 'ordinary' rechrgeables seem to be selling at bargain prices just lately. Maybe it's because suppliers are clearing their decks to stock the hybrids?
#37
Ordered one at 12:30, just received a mail saying that they're out of stock but will have more in 7-10 days.

Still a good deal. Many thanks! :thumbsup:
#38
edi
What capacity batteries did u use ? :)

You should be fine if using 2500+ mAh ones for demanding applications.


Yep, those ones. The ones that came with the charger.

anthony712
What you need is the "Eneloop" batteries, I had the same problem, get a couple of pictures out of my camera before they pack up, but the eneloop run in my camera for ages and everything else I have tried, they do not lose a charge like normal rechargeables. I would not by anything else now. You get deals on them on Amazon every now and then, but they are normally expensive. This new generation type batteries are the only ones worth buying, I have put all my old type of rechargeable batteries away in a drawer now, in case I need something in an emergency.


Thanks, may have to give those a try then..! As the 2500 that came with the charger are useless! :-(

Regarding the other poster that said they drain - I expect that, and used them straight (or soon) after charging. However, they just would not give any life to my electricals. Was sorely disappointed.

Sorry for late reply - not sure if anyone will read this now, but completely forgot I posted here! I appreciate the advice from all those that answered..
#39
Back in stock (limited stock). It's gone up by £3 to £9.99 but I still think it's a good deal.
#40
Mine has just arrived,it also has the car charger:thumbsup:

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