Intelligent battery charger (don't fry your batteries!) -  Multi Mode LCD Display Ni-Mh Battery Charger for AA and AAA Batteries £16.99 7dayshop
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Intelligent battery charger (don't fry your batteries!) - Multi Mode LCD Display Ni-Mh Battery Charger for AA and AAA Batteries £16.99 7dayshop

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Found 14th Apr 2016
Look after your AA and AAA rechargeable batteries, and avoid frying them, with this keenly priced, but excellent, intelligent charger. Will repay its cost quickly

Professional Series intelligent AA and AAA Ni-Mh battery charger with individual battery attention and information shown on clear LCD screen. Ultimate performance from every battery!

Superb LCD display showing 4 charge current settings for optimal charge times and battery care. Offers fine tuning for different battery sizes and capacities. Easy to use and understand.

4 operating modes include Charge, Discharge, Refresh and Test mode ensures optimal performance and maximum battery life. Supplied with a 100~240V "Worldwide" Power unit (UK 3 Pin plug fitted)

Works with all good quality brands of Ni-Mh rechargeable batteries including the superb 7dayshop range plus Duracell, Energizer, Ansmann, Uniross etc.
Independently monitored battery channels. LCD Display shows voltage, current charge, mAh capacity and time for each cell used.

This product is supplied with our 7dayshop 30 Day Money Back 101% Complete Satisfaction Assurance.

Full Description

Professional Series charger for ultimate control, performance and battery care. Individual battery charging and monitoring with dedicated battery information shown on the clear LCD display. Suitable for charging all good brands of Ni-Mh or Ni-Cad rechargeable AA/AAA batteries with the highest capacities - so perfect for optimising all popular and high capacity rechargeable batteries including 7dayshop, Duracell, Energizer and Ansmann brands etc.

It will charge any number of batteries (1,2,3 or 4). Each battery slot is individually controlled and monitored independently. There's also an independent LCD display for each battery channel.

Charges both AA and AAA rechargeable batteries simultaneously.

Features include overheat and overcharge protection, minus delta voltage (-dv) detection for charge termination as well as damaged or bad batteries detection.

Various display modes during charging / discharging - the charging current (in mA), time elapsed (in hh:mm), the terminal voltage (in V) and accumulated capacities (in mAh or Ah).

There are three function Keys and Four battery option buttons.

It includes an independent power supply with UK 3-pin plug and 100-240V input so is suitable for worldwide use (please see product links for travel adapters).

The separate USB output (5V, 1A) can be used to charge some mobile/smart phones etc.

Specfications

Charging Times
AA: 1800mAh - 2hrs 5mins, 2000mAh - 2hrs 20mins, 2500mAh - 2hrs 55mins
AAA: 600mAh - 40mins, 800mAh - 55mins, 1000mAh 1hr 10mins
* Charging current: 1000mA. Approximate charging times based on a fully discharged battery
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for a bit more I would rather recommend the amazon.co.uk/Nit…YPY
BurnToasT333

for a bit more I would rather recommend the … for a bit more I would rather recommend the http://www.amazon.co.uk/Nitecore-DigiCharger-Universal-Intelligent-Battery/dp/B00V0AQYPY



​This one has recondition and discharge features though. It's similar to other pricier branded models. I've got one and and a earlier Nitecore model, both very good. Only drawback on this model is a lack of lcd back light (I just put a bendy led light in the usb socket).
I'm using it with just differend brand printed on the case and it's really good.
Best thing about it is charging every battery separately, unlike other chargers, which charges two battery units.
This is allowing better battery life and it let you use rechargeable batterys with devices using three batterys.
I know it is only couple pounds cheaper but wouldn't this do the same job?
Think the bt c2000 is better. Same price on ebay.
Got one last week, has backlight.
Being able to see the voltage of each cell is very usefull
HaraldBB

I'm using it with just differend brand printed on the case and it's … I'm using it with just differend brand printed on the case and it's really good.Best thing about it is charging every battery separately, unlike other chargers, which charges two battery units.This is allowing better battery life and it let you use rechargeable batterys with devices using three batterys.


Me too, its a really good charger, I rate it very much. Its brought back a few of mine that werent holding their charge for very long.
quality battery charger, although I was a dumbass and didn't figure out how to charge aaa batteries for a while, it's absolutely excellent. Had mine for 3 years and I just leave batteries in there until I need them, it's great.
Great charger with only 1 drawback. If your batteries get too low, you need to put a bit of charge in them first using a different charger before using them in this.

This is quite a common 'feature' with this model (and all the other re-badged versions).
only issues with these is that they wont charge completely dead batteries and you either have to short the battery tips on the internet on how to do it or use another battery charger to put some charge in to start it off. I've had mine for around 3-4 years.
TheRealFixer

​This one has recondition and discharge features though. It's similar to o … ​This one has recondition and discharge features though. It's similar to other pricier branded models. I've got one and and a earlier Nitecore model, both very good. Only drawback on this model is a lack of lcd back light (I just put a bendy led light in the usb socket).



​It charges lithium batteries too, which the 7dayshop one doesn't.
I use this as it charges my 18650 lithium battery's :

amazon.co.uk/gp/…1_4?qid=1460650704&sr=8-4π=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=xtar+vc4&dpPl=1&dpID=51kex7ef-aL&ref=plSrch
jwarburton

only issues with these is that they wont charge completely dead batteries … only issues with these is that they wont charge completely dead batteries and you either have to short the battery tips on the internet on how to do it or use another battery charger to put some charge in to start it off. I've had mine for around 3-4 years.



Hit me, I googled "short battery tips" but it's all about phone battery usage
Xtar VC4 family friendly, makes all my previous 7 day units look crud.

I have found a high failure rate of 7 day chargers, & typically run hot, none of mine have lasted.
MR GUS

Xtar VC4 family friendly, makes all my previous 7 day units look crud.I … Xtar VC4 family friendly, makes all my previous 7 day units look crud.I have found a high failure rate of 7 day chargers, & typically run hot, none of mine have lasted.



Top shelf charger. Couldn't agree more
Using a fluoreon model now bought for £16.50 ,there's a bid one at £12.99 with 10 hours to go... ebay.co.uk/itm…822?hash=item488c32adb6:g:pXYAAOSwGYVXBH8h
Its really a BT-C2400 with good reviews on Amazon.com... amazon.com/dp/…c=1
Edited by: "morrig" 14th Apr 2016
jwarburton

only issues with these is that they wont charge completely dead batteries … only issues with these is that they wont charge completely dead batteries and you either have to short the battery tips on the internet on how to do it or use another battery charger to put some charge in to start it off. I've had mine for around 3-4 years.


How the hell do you short the battery tips on the internet!!
crazylegs

How the hell do you short the battery tips on the internet!!



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