Duracell 15 min charger tesco £7.50 reduced from £30 instore
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Duracell 15 min charger tesco £7.50 reduced from £30 instore

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LocalFound 17th Sep 2017
15 minute Duracell charger and batteries scanning for £7.50 marked as reduced from £30 to £15. Currently selling on Amazon for £18.

Found at tesco superstore near Uxbridge
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Worth remembering fast chargers greatly decrease the number of charges a battery will take.
It generates more heat and upsets the balance between longevity and utility.
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Good find. Got one myself. Also got a 45 min Duracell charger for £3.75 with 2AA and 2 AAA rechargeable batteries.
Worth remembering fast chargers greatly decrease the number of charges a battery will take.
It generates more heat and upsets the balance between longevity and utility.
Oneday771 h, 34 m ago

Worth remembering fast chargers greatly decrease the number of charges a …Worth remembering fast chargers greatly decrease the number of charges a battery will take. It generates more heat and upsets the balance between longevity and utility.


Agreed. We use them in our office and the death rate of batteries is much greater than with my 3hr Duracell charger. Great that you can charge them so quickly though - super convenient. It rarely if ever gets to this price

So hot. And hot.
Oneday774 h, 56 m ago

Worth remembering fast chargers greatly decrease the number of charges a …Worth remembering fast chargers greatly decrease the number of charges a battery will take. It generates more heat and upsets the balance between longevity and utility.



I have about 40 AA batteries, best charger I have ever bought is this one, had it 2 years and charges each battery separately so no over charging. amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
What the hell is that white thing you are holding and where csn I get one?
Check out the Youshiko YC4000 (or similar) on Amazon, its sold under a number of brands (all more or less identical) I have the 7dayshop branded model and it cost less than £15. With these chargers you can control the charge current, measure how much capacity a battery has left, measure voltages etc. Buying a fast charger like the one above will do the batteries no good at all. I've been using smart chargers for years and i'm still using batteries bought in 2008 and they've only lost 100-200mAh of their rated capacity (2500mAh energizer cells) They go through 2-3 charge cycles per month and are used in demanding applications such as compact cameras, DSLR battery grips, high power torches, flash guns etc.
philstevens19891 h, 45 m ago

What the hell is that white thing you are holding and where csn I get one?

Its a tesco scanner you pick up in bigger stores so you can do your shopping quicker to checkout.
freakstyler6 h, 46 m ago

Check out the Youshiko YC4000 (or similar) on Amazon, its sold under a …Check out the Youshiko YC4000 (or similar) on Amazon, its sold under a number of brands (all more or less identical) I have the 7dayshop branded model and it cost less than £15. With these chargers you can control the charge current, measure how much capacity a battery has left, measure voltages etc. Buying a fast charger like the one above will do the batteries no good at all. I've been using smart chargers for years and i'm still using batteries bought in 2008 and they've only lost 100-200mAh of their rated capacity (2500mAh energizer cells) They go through 2-3 charge cycles per month and are used in demanding applications such as compact cameras, DSLR battery grips, high power torches, flash guns etc.


Did you even read my post? I know what a battery charger is. The white thing, with the screen, thats what im talking about.

Some people just dont pay attention -_-
philstevens19893 h, 2 m ago

Did you even read my post? I know what a battery charger is. The white …Did you even read my post? I know what a battery charger is. The white thing, with the screen, thats what im talking about. Some people just dont pay attention -_-


If I was responding to your post specifically I would have quoted it Phil (like now for example)

I was merely responding to the deal as whole and giving my opinion on the downsides of rapid Battery charging. FYI on a site like this most people know what a customer use handheld scanner looks like, the picture is pretty self explanatory.

Some people should take lessons on forum etiquette.....
Edited by: "freakstyler" 18th Sep 2017
freakstyler3 h, 1 m ago

If I was responding to your post specifically I would have quoted it Phil …If I was responding to your post specifically I would have quoted it Phil (like now for example) I was merely responding to the deal as whole and giving my opinion on the downsides of rapid Battery charging. FYI on a site like this most people know what a customer use handheld scanner looks like, the picture is pretty self explanatory. Some people should take lessons on forum etiquette.....


Freakstyler 1 - Phil 0

Round 2 fight!
Never realised how rubbish my decent rechargable batteries had become after using a charger like this.
Got a smart charger and realised that the fast chargers ruin good batteries.
Oneday7717th Sep

Worth remembering fast chargers greatly decrease the number of charges a …Worth remembering fast chargers greatly decrease the number of charges a battery will take. It generates more heat and upsets the balance between longevity and utility.




Thanks for this Useful, Intelligent Advice, this is why I like this site, helpful advice for non-technicals like me.....
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