Save £27 on an Energizer 15 Min Charger + 4 x 2200mAh AA Batteries - £21.94
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Save £27 on an Energizer 15 Min Charger + 4 x 2200mAh AA Batteries - £21.94

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Found 16th Dec 2006
Supplied with 4 x AA powerful/long life Ni-Mh (2200 mAh) batteries
Unit can charge both AA and AAA size Ni-Mh batteries
LED charging lights show battery charging status
4 individual charging channels for extra ease of use and convenience
Automatic on/off switching with built in safety timer and temperature sensor
May be used with all good quality Ni-Mh batteries. Batteries with a higher capacity of 2200 mAh will take a little longer to fully charge e.g. 2500 mAh will take around 18 Mins.

This brand new (blister packed) charger is supplied complete with UK 3 Pin world-wide mains unit (240V) which is just the job when travelling (although a socket adapter may be needed) and also includes a 12V car (cigar) lead for charging in-car.
We promise that you ill not find a better price anywhere in the UK for this exceptional charger!!

9 Comments

Again, most people will be hit with a p+p charge, this time £3.95

Please remember to include p+p details on all mail order offers.

Even if you happen to be in Guernsey and can pick it up direct, 7dayshop still charge a £1.95 fee.

Original Poster

the item is less than half the price of B&Q! what do you want it for free or something. GET REAL TBH

Really no need to be rude here SoM^VipeR. All posts on HUKD try to include the postage charge - to reflect the true price an item will be when buying.

I'll update your above post to include this.

Ignoring the attitude which may have led to some posting this as 'cold', it isn't much of a bargain. A quick google search finds that whilst it is reasonably competitive, many more providers are closer to this price than the B/Q one quoted.

Not a hot deal - or perhaps not as hot as the alcohol which SoM has sipped tonight.

That's not bad for a charger that charges regular batteries but i still would stick to chargers that charge regular rechargable batteries and cost about a quarter of the price.

Good spot though mate

Original Poster

emmajk42

Really no need to be rude here SoM^VipeR. All posts on HUKD try to … Really no need to be rude here SoM^VipeR. All posts on HUKD try to include the postage charge - to reflect the true price an item will be when buying. I'll update your above post to include this.


Seeing as i am V New to this and have not got the skill and experience that you have, I am sorry that i didnt include P&P.

I have read your guide and will endevour to follow it.

The reason that i joined was that i have a company discount intranet site with loads and loads of codes that i wanted to see if they could be merged with other peoples codes to generate high discounts. e.g. Hamleys

realfriendlyman

That's not bad for a charger that charges regular batteries but i still … That's not bad for a charger that charges regular batteries but i still would stick to chargers that charge regular rechargable batteries and cost about a quarter of the price.Good spot though mate



huh ? what do you mean 'charge regular batteries' :thinking:

i would not suggest trying that!

SoM^VipeR

I have read your guide and will endevour to follow it.



Many thanks. As mods, it's part of my duties to keep people on track, and give pointers, as I have done in this thread
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