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Panasonic Eneloop Individual AA or AAA Battery Charger w/ USB Charging Port EXPIRED

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Amazon has Panasonic Eneloop Individual AA or AAA Battery Charger w/ USB Charging Port (BQ-CC75ASBA) on sale for $7.99. Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime or on $25 or more. Thanks gabe23111

Note, In stock on February 23, 2020 but can be ordered.

Features:
  • Individual battery charging technology
  • Charge any combination of 1 - 4 AA or AAA Eneloop cells in up to 7 hours
  • Convenient USB charging port; 5V 1a
  • Four LED lights indicate battery charging
  • Battery polarity detection safety technology - Auto shut off
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  • Individual battery charging technology
  • Charge any combination of 1 - 4 AA or AAA Eneloop cells in up to 7 hours
  • Convenient USB charging port; 5V 1a
  • Four LED lights indicate battery charging
  • Battery polarity detection safety technology - Auto shut off
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7 hour charge, isn't that a trickle charge? Can anyone recommend a decent charger for $20 or under and won't take 7 hours to charge a battery?

Long charge times aren't bad, the alternative is cooking your batteries. That being said you can charge at any rate using a smart charger like the liitoklala 500. Since nimh devices don't have useful battery management, you need a smart charger to know the real state of your batteries, to know which cell out of a batch is not keeping up with the others, and so you can match cells without guessing. How old, how dead, you don't know without a smart charger.
https://www.amazon.com/liitokala-...la+lii-500
http://lygte-info.dk/review/Revie...%20UK.html

a few dollars less if you can wait for the slow ship from china
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Liitokal...1922366656

always make sure the listing includes the ac adapter, some don't.

The enloop is ok if you just need more cheap charge slots, but a smart charger should be standard.
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Can these charge lithium or just nimh AAs?
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You open the package, you also get coronavirus.
yea well, basically everything is made in china now, so at least with long shipping times it may self sterilizelaugh out loud
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really overpriced
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This would be a deal if it came with atleast 4 batteries. If you search on slickdeals, there was a Duracell deal for a similar charger and 4 batteries for $8
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7 hour charge, isn't that a trickle charge? Can anyone recommend a decent charger for $20 or under and won't take 7 hours to charge a battery?
It's been a while but Ikea used to have a four slot battery charger that took 2.5 hours to recharge a 2000mah battery. I think it was $15 or maybe $20. I think it was called Ikea ladda
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It's $8.99 now. Frown
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Seems dead. No longer available direct from Amazon.
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Slightly OT, but do I need to buy a charger if I plan to use eneloop batteries for a cordless phone only? Is it smart to buy the "pro" eneloops or can I stick with the regular ones for the phone? TIA
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Slightly OT, but do I need to buy a charger if I plan to use eneloop batteries for a cordless phone only? Is it smart to buy the "pro" eneloops or can I stick with the regular ones for the phone? TIA
The pro eneloops have a higher capacity, so they will last longer.

Not sure about the charger, I guess if the batteries charge while inside the phone you wouldn't need a separate charger (unless you're charging spares).
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Slightly OT, but do I need to buy a charger if I plan to use eneloop batteries for a cordless phone only? Is it smart to buy the "pro" eneloops or can I stick with the regular ones for the phone? TIA
Assuming that your home phone can use eneloop rechargeables then you just pop them in your phone and your phone base will recharge them every time no need to buy a separate charger. The Eneloop AAA 1.5v 800mah work well with Panasonic cordless phones and they even have twice the capacity then some of the oems
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whats the difference between the eneloop batteries for which this charger is made for and regular Ni-MH batteries one would find at Walmart or HomeDepot?
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Can you use these in any device? I've noticed in manuals lately that it says " do not use rechargeable batteries".is there a reason for this?
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This would be a deal if it came with atleast 4 batteries. If you search on slickdeals, there was a Duracell deal for a similar charger and 4 batteries for $8
Yeah, I would have pulled the trigger had it come with batteries. Many years ago I had the Fujitsu battery and charger which is the same as eneloop. Those were slow chargers but the drawback is that they have to be charged in pair. I wouldn't mind having one that can charge a single battery.
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Really expensive, but also really cool. Good to know this exists, thanks!
The other recommendations are good, but I think you might be looking for the simple cheap solution for testing your batteries. This usually runs about five bucks:

Amprobe BAT-200 Battery Tester,Compact https://www.amazon.com/dp/B005G7S...rEbBSGK8Z7

There are dozens like it, but I have had this exact one for six years now. I have a multimeter, which is a great tool, but this gadget is small, stays in the box with the rechargeables and it also puts a simulated load on the battery, which the tiny digital testers dont often do. Works great.

Note that this tester is not ideal for button batteries.

Hope that helps!
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