Charger Kit with 8 x AA 2300mAh Ni-Mh Batteries - £11.94
Charger Kit with 8 x AA 2300mAh Ni-Mh Batteries - £11.94

Charger Kit with 8 x AA 2300mAh Ni-Mh Batteries - £11.94

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What You Need to Know About this Superb Charger and Battery Deal
1. Ni-Mh rechargeable batteries will save you £££'s long term as they cost only a few pence to re-charge from the mains supply. Rechargeable batteries are increasingly popular especially in digital cameras, flashguns, and are also suitable for radios, toys and torches etc.
2. These AA Size (LR6) 2300 mAh are very high performance "Nickel Metal Hydride" battery cells and as such are particularly suitable for extra high power applications. Unlike Ni-Cad rechargeable batteries they will not suffer from so called "Memory Effect". which means that they can be charged at any time, even when only partially used. They will perform better than Alkaline batteries in most cases too. They can be re-charged up to 1,000 times in normal use - Just think of the massive savings to you !
3. The PC10 charger unit is a top quality and ultra reliable product, typically it will take 6-10 hours to charge a set of 4 Ni-Mh batteries fully, though it may take longer for very high capacity batteries... It has a built in UK plug and is lightweight and very compact in size. It offers overcharge and overheating protection and has LED confirmation lights to help you understand when your batteries are ready to use again. This unit will charge either Ni-Mh or Ni-Cad types and can also be used to charge AAA (LR03) size batteries too.
Please Note: The very capable PC10 charger will charge 4 x AA (or AAA) batteries at a time (2 on the front and 2 on the back). This is hard to see in the picture but it's true !


£3.95 is the minimum delivery charge :roll:

I have got this charger, Its a nice charger but takes a while to charge the batteries up.

Thanks for the post. I've updated it to include the delivery charge, which we always try to show here.

£12, Christ!

I got mine for £8!


£3.95 is the minimum delivery charge :roll:

Irritating when ordering only one item but perfectly acceptable for a larger order. Delivery is fixed at £3.95, not the minimum.

With 7dayshop being located in the channel islands they ship in packages under £18 to avoid having to pay vat. As a consequence, if you order say £54 of stuff you'll receive 3 separate packages. This must cost 7dayshop quite a bit more than if they could send it all in one consignment.

Even shops that offer free delivery are charging you for delivering your goods.
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