Tronic Universal Charger £16.99 instore @ Lidl (from 27/7)
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Tronic Universal Charger £16.99 instore @ Lidl (from 27/7)

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Found 23rd Jul 2017
I had one of this and it is good for rechargeable battery. It is better than other leading brand in the market tbh.

Intelligent charge control
Individual slot monitor
Automatic shut-off
USB port for charging mobile devices
Suitable for Ni-Cad, Ni-Mh and many standard rechargeable Li-Ion batteries.

starting 27/7
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Been thinking of getting a new charger, thanks OP
I can thoroughly recommend liitokala lii 500 charger. It charges NiMH ni-cd and round lithium ion 3.7 v. It also can tell you how much charge your batteries hold. I've just gone through my rechargeable collection and it shows which ones may show as charged on a normal charger, but actually only hold a little charge and are essentially useless. Unfortunately you have to get it from China to get a good price.
Edited by: "compadre" 23rd Jul 2017
Won't charge pp3 9v although Lidl also selling the pp3 batteries on the day.
Just watched this review

youtu.be/Bso…E58

Still heat for price
Edited by: "chillbill" 23rd Jul 2017
These are Excellent and a cheap price
Are these capable of charging really flat NiMH cells? I find that few "smart" charges can.
neik

Are these capable of charging really flat NiMH cells? I find that few … Are these capable of charging really flat NiMH cells? I find that few "smart" charges can.


I think that most 'really flat' NiMH batteries are generally past it. You can put them in a dumb charger and they seem to charge, or you start them in a dumb charger and then put them in a smart charger. Problem is they appear to charge, but have hardly any capacity. Look at my post #2.
compadre23rd Jul

I can thoroughly recommend liitokala lii 500 charger. It charges NiMH …I can thoroughly recommend liitokala lii 500 charger. It charges NiMH ni-cd and round lithium ion 3.7 v. It also can tell you how much charge your batteries hold. I've just gone through my rechargeable collection and it shows which ones may show as charged on a normal charger, but actually only hold a little charge and are essentially useless. Unfortunately you have to get it from China to get a good price.


Not a bad charger but it doesn't charge NIMH fully because it terminates the charge based on voltage and not delta peak detection. For that reason it's not necessarily the best charger for revIving old cells. A cell that's been dormant a long time will show full voltage after a few minutes charging, it needs to be cycled repeatedly to restore the capacity. That's hard to do when a the charger stops when it thinks the battery is full rather than when it KNOWS the battery is full.
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