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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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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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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
Perfect! Thanks. I'll get the 800mah ones.
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It is dead now.
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This doesn't also have "prongs" to charge on a conventional outlet. Does it often take up to 7 hours to charge? I thought I could use this with my laptop while on the road doing work at Sbux but I'm not going to be at Sbux for 7 hours. This seems useless/counterproductive, not a mobile device. It's better to charge bats at home over night to take on the road the next day.

I thought Eneloops were the best but one reviewer on Amazon from the above link said his HomeDepot rechargeables last twice as long as Eneloops.
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One the the few smarter chargers that charge based on negative delta. So it will charge your battery's individually to 100% of what they can hold and stop. It detects when the battery is no longer actually absorbing energy .A lot of chargers dumb charge based on time/voltage and end up over charging or undercharging. You can even do that math on some and and the rate and times could not possibly equal a complete charge..

slow change is better for battery life and to get the max number of recharges. Speed chargers even the one with fans get batteries blistering hot and that is not good for their lifespan at all. I definitely see batter lifespans and less recharges.

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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?
a lot lower self discharge rate meaning they hold their charge a lot longer in low drain, infrequently used devices, or when stored.
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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.
pair charger is default dumb charger.
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Deal is dead
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Show a 11.99 price?
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I recently purchased the BQ-CC55 charger and I really do like it which is why I posted the deal alert. However, one thing I do not like is how hot the plug gets after charging battery. When unplugging the charger if your fingers touch the electrical prongs on the back of the charger it will literally burn your fingers. Is this common with everyone's charger?

EDITED! To correct model.
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There are no prongs on the back for a wall outlet, correct? This is USB only, isn't it?
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There are no prongs on the back for a wall outlet, correct? This is USB only, isn't it?
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My bad! I got turned around on which thread this is!
My reference is the BQ-CC55 charger.
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There are no prongs on the back for a wall outlet, correct? This is USB only, isn't it?
Thanks
But, to also answer your question, yes, it should have prong on back for plugging in. The USB port is output for charging other devices. At least that's how I understand it.

https://youtu.be/U1RqGEreyk4

6:45 mark shows prongs.
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But, to also answer your question, yes, it should have prong on back for plugging in. The USB port is output for charging other devices. At least that's how I understand it.

https://youtu.be/U1RqGEreyk4

6:45 mark shows prongs.
Right you are. I didn't read far enough down the page. I thought it was for charging bats with your laptop. It's not that at all. It has retractable prongs and the USB cord is output. I thought it was input from a laptop. Nice Item!

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I recently purchased the BQ-CC55 charger and I really do like it which is why I posted the deal alert. However, one thing I do not like is how hot the plug gets after charging battery. When unplugging the charger if your fingers touch the electrical prongs on the back of the charger it will literally burn your fingers. Is this common with everyone's charger?

EDITED! To correct model.
Sounds like an inefficient design if power is being wasted as heat.
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great value
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Can anyone recommend a good battery meter so that I can test my batteries? Thank you
I have one of these at work and one home. I use them all the time. Seem good to me. Under 6 bucks https://www.amazon.com/Amprobe-BA...B005G7SBY4
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