Intelligent charger - make your rechargeable batteries last longer - Multismart 2000 Pro Series LCD NiMH Li-ion 18350 18650 26650 IMR AAA AA IMR £14.29 delivered 7Dayshop
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Intelligent charger - make your rechargeable batteries last longer - Multismart 2000 Pro Series LCD NiMH Li-ion 18350 18650 26650 IMR AAA AA IMR £14.29 delivered 7Dayshop

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Edited by:"Newbold"Found 29th Sep 2017
  • SUPERB SPECIFICATION: Professional Series intelligent AA and AAA Ni-Mh and Li-ion cylindrical battery charger suitable for 18650 types for example. Individual battery attention and information displayed on a clear LCD screen.

  • Superb ILLUMINATED LCD display showing battery voltages, 4 selectable charge current settings (300, 500, 700 and 1000mA) for optimal charge times and battery care. Offers fine tuning for different battery sizes and capacities. Easy to use and understand.

  • Optimal performance and charge rates will help extend maximum battery life. Supplied with a 100~240V "Worldwide" Power mains unit (UK 3 Pin plug fitted). Great for overseas travel, use a travel adapter if required.

  • Works with all good quality brands of Ni-Mh, Ni-Cad and all 3.7V Lithium-Ion rechargeable batteries including the superb 7dayshop range. Also Duracell, Energizer, Ansmann, Uniross, Ultrafire, Samsung etc.

  • Rechargeable battery sizes and may be mixed if required.
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Good that it can do the larger type of battery, bad that you can not do individual modes for each battery.
I just bought a charger from Amazon, it doesn't do individual modes and the 18650, AA and AAA
are all fixed at 500ma even though it says, 500, 1000 and 2000ma.

It only changes to 1amp and 2 amp depending on the battery type.

Golisi S4.

Plus when you press the select button for battery info, after 1 second it goes back to showing battery voltage. Plus there are two buttons on the side and they both do the same thing.

I can copy and paste that to Amazon.
morrig25 m ago

Good that it can do the larger type of battery, bad that you can not do …Good that it can do the larger type of battery, bad that you can not do individual modes for each battery.



Agreed, I would go for the Multismart 3000 for an extra £3 as it gives you the individual modes, test mode and better display.
What they said above ^^^

IS this a bargain tho? what price is it usually? Cheaper than the MaHa for sure.
Another good rival for Multismart 300 is the Xtar VC4 (£18.99 from Amazon at the mo: link).

Similar spec albeit a bit less (4 individual charging channels, variable charging voltages, but no test function) however is USB powered which for me is a big plus (however does limit max charging power to 500ma per channel if using all 4 - no issue for me as slow batteries are happy batteries!).
Or £17.99 for the 2016 version hyar: linky linky
Kulaak1 h, 35 m ago

What they said above ^^^ IS this a bargain tho? what price is it usually? …What they said above ^^^ IS this a bargain tho? what price is it usually? Cheaper than the MaHa for sure.


Maybe cheaper but there is no way you can compare it to
jamesakabob5 h, 54 m ago

Another good rival for Multismart 300 is the Xtar VC4 (£18.99 from Amazon …Another good rival for Multismart 300 is the Xtar VC4 (£18.99 from Amazon at the mo: link).Similar spec albeit a bit less (4 individual charging channels, variable charging voltages, but no test function) however is USB powered which for me is a big plus (however does limit max charging power to 500ma per channel if using all 4 - no issue for me as slow batteries are happy batteries!).


Or the Nitecore i4 at £17.99.
Don't know if anyone can help with this but I have a Duracell CEF14UK charger and a number of Duracell AA and AAA rechargable batteries, and when i try to charge them then i get a number of them with a flashing red LED on the charger, which I assume means that the battery is dead (at least that's what the charger thinks). If i was to get one of these "intelligent" chargers, would that bring these batteries back to life? Would i have more visibility on the state of them? Or would it be much the same problem? Thanks in advance
ChunkyKong30th Sep

Don't know if anyone can help with this but I have a Duracell CEF14UK …Don't know if anyone can help with this but I have a Duracell CEF14UK charger and a number of Duracell AA and AAA rechargable batteries, and when i try to charge them then i get a number of them with a flashing red LED on the charger, which I assume means that the battery is dead (at least that's what the charger thinks). If i was to get one of these "intelligent" chargers, would that bring these batteries back to life? Would i have more visibility on the state of them? Or would it be much the same problem? Thanks in advance


According to this review "This is a fairly basic charger, but it does allow you to charge a mixture of batteries at different charge rates, and does handle some types of Lithium-ion batteries which is a big plus if that's what you need. But it's not as flexible as some other 7dayshop charges - it doesn't have a reconditioning function, for example." on 7dayshop it will not. You'll need a different charger
Edited by: "Kulaak" 3rd Oct 2017
£15.29 now
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