Energizer Pro Battery Charger (4 AA Rechargeable Batteries Included) - £12.03 (Amazon Prime) +£4.49 non-Prime
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Energizer Pro Battery Charger (4 AA Rechargeable Batteries Included) - £12.03 (Amazon Prime) +£4.49 non-Prime

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Posted 3rd Dec
The lowest price its been in nearly 2 years (but pretty much the lowest ever price).

The Blurb:

  • Charges 2 or 4 AA or AAA NiMH rechargeable batteries at once (4 AA batteries included)
  • State-of-the-art Charge Status Indicator system visually and audibly alerts on your batteries’ charge levels
  • The rapid charging power of Recharge Pro delivers a full charge in 4 hours,Batteries must be charged in pairs
  • Auto safety shut-off and overcharge protection features prevent damage from overcharging, helping to maximize battery performance
  • Compatible with all AAA and AA NiMH rechargeable batteries (Energizer Recharge batteries recommended)


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The reviews are putting me off buying it
TravisScott03/12/2019 21:46

The reviews are putting me off buying it


It's amazon. Its energizer. Any issues you're looked after.
magicmagicj03/12/2019 21:48

It's amazon. Its energizer. Any issues you're looked after.


Not after a year
Yeah these are dodgy AF but you'd be looking at £17 for a standalone charger like the Nitecore one posted and at least £5 for a pack of AA rechargeables. So a tenner more for reliability at a minimum.

The charge fault indicator makes me think Energizer are trying to do a sort of chipped printer cartridge approach... except that it doesn't work well going by the reviews.
Edited by: "schmoog" 3rd Dec
Yeah I have this... It's crap. I need to buy a Nitecore one really... Using a EBL charger currently as this one just shows my batteries as dead and won't charge them lol.
Reviews are awful worse iv seen
I have an older Energiser charger and the problem is that it only charges Energizer batteries properly. putting in generic brands makes it work very poorly and barely charges them at all.

if you buy this, you're basically committing to only buying Energizer rechargable for the future.
I need one of these, does anyone have any sub £25 recommendations? The nitecore mentioned appears to only be supplied by a third party seller and with an EU plug (?
Edited by: "Jameseh" 4th Dec
Jameseh04/12/2019 00:42

I need one of these, does anyone have any sub £25 recommendations? The …I need one of these, does anyone have any sub £25 recommendations? The nitecore mentioned appears to only be supplied by a third party seller and with an EU plug (?


The Nitecore from 7dayshop is supplied with UK charger.
schmoog03/12/2019 22:25

Yeah these are dodgy AF but you'd be looking at £17 for a standalone …Yeah these are dodgy AF but you'd be looking at £17 for a standalone charger like the Nitecore one posted and at least £5 for a pack of AA rechargeables. So a tenner more for reliability at a minimum.The charge fault indicator makes me think Energizer are trying to do a sort of chipped printer cartridge approach... except that it doesn't work well going by the reviews.


Defeats the purpose of using rechargeables imo

The entire point is the batteries and charger lasts for at least 4 to 5 years if not more. Again that depends on usage.
HellriderUKDeals6904/12/2019 07:06

The Nitecore from 7dayshop is supplied with UK charger.


Thanks, picture and description didn’t match
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