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Recommend a decent AA charger

Discussion in 'Appliances' started by Londoner2, 17 Sep 2020.

  1. Londoner2

    Londoner2

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    Hiya,

    Can anyone recommend a decent AA battery charger.

    My old uniross has failed and its now obsolete, it used to charge batteries in good time, I bought Loytron one which is absolutly rubbish, takes hours to charge.

    Thanks
     
  2. EddieM

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    amazon do a basics range that works for me.
     
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    one of the views say:

    'The only downside to using this charger is that it's very slow in operation, nearly twenty-two hours to fully charge a 2500mah battery, with C and D ultra high capacity battery will take more than five days to complete a full charge, couple with the sometime very fast self discharge of MI-MH, means it's impractical to use this charger.'
     
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    The charger will have to be compatible with the type ( chemistry ) of the battery. Slow charging is often due to the charger not being compatible compatible with the chemistry of the battery.
     
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