7dayshop Battery Charger - Universal Charger - £7.99 - COST PRICE LIMITED SPECIAL ! rrp£27.99
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7dayshop Battery Charger - Universal Charger - £7.99 - COST PRICE LIMITED SPECIAL ! rrp£27.99

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Found 7th Jan 2010
A superb value and very smart Universal battery charger from 7dayshop.com. Designed to charge all popular Ni-Mh and Ni-Cad battery sizes. Use with your AA, AAA, D Cell, C Cell or PP3 (9V) batteries. Complete with a universal mains adapter (100~240V) so it can be used World-wide and also supplied with a 12V car lead which plugs into your cars cigar lighter or 12V power outlet socket. Accepts 4 cylindrical batteries or 2 x PP3 batteries. The V2299 uses Delta-V circuitry which ensures that all battery charging is safe and fully optimised. In addition batteries are fully protected against overcharging and extra safety features include reverse polarity protection, bad cell detection and also a thermal cut out so you can be sure that your batteries are receiving the best attention possible. Using the V2299 will optimise your batteries life too.
The V 2299 is very easy to use with Red/Green LED confirmation lights. Voltage is automatically selected for the appropriate size of battery being charged, literally just plug in and go !
Charging times vary but as a guide AA batteries will take 2 to 3.5 hours, AAA batteries will take 1.5 to 3 hours, C and D and 9V cells will take from 2 to 17 hours. These are guide times as it obviously depends upon the state and capacity of batteries being used in the charger.
Buy this superb product with complete confidence. Try this product for 30 days and if you are not 101% delighted with your purchase then please return to us for a full refund of the purchase price paid. All we ask is that you return to us in the good condition and within the original packaging please.

8 Comments

does this mean you can recharge normal batteries not just rechargable ones?

willber00;7455684

does this mean you can recharge normal batteries not just rechargable … does this mean you can recharge normal batteries not just rechargable ones?



No, it'll recharge NiMH or NiCd rechargeable batteries only, not ordinary disposable ones.

thanks

Mike73;7458452

No, it'll recharge NiMH or NiCd rechargeable batteries only, not ordinary … No, it'll recharge NiMH or NiCd rechargeable batteries only, not ordinary disposable ones.



Do the batteries cost much to buy?
How long do they last for (if you recharge them again and again)?

Seems like a good idea, I remember my brother having something like this and he said that its good value for money in the long run.

Has anyone got one of these already?

adamkhan;7459490

Do the batteries cost much to buy?How long do they last for (if you … Do the batteries cost much to buy?How long do they last for (if you recharge them again and again)?Seems like a good idea, I remember my brother having something like this and he said that its good value for money in the long run.Has anyone got one of these already?



They cost a bit more than disposable alkaline (£5-ish for 4 AA rechargeable)
They typically last for about 1000 recharges
I don't have this charger, but have used many cheapo AA chargers with no problems.

You can buy NiCd (Nickel Cadmium) or NiMH (Nickel Metal Hydride) rechargeables. Buy NiMH as these are much better than NiCd ones. There are also a new kind of NiMH batteries which are often called Hybrid batteries, these tend to be better if you are likely to use the same set for some time between charges as the ordinary NiMH batteries lose their charge over time. Generally rechrageable are best for high drain devices such as digital cameras and games controllers, whereas ordinary alkaline batteries are better for things like alarm clocks, remote controls etc.

Personally I use hybrid type batteries for my digital camera and wiimotes and find them to be excellent (better than non-hybrid NiMH and considerably better than alkaline)

Hope this helps.

Anyone got this charger? Any comments on it? As need a new charger since my Uniross one is now dead!

Talking of Hybrids, can you charge them in this? And who sells good Hybrid batteries?

Thanks in advance

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