NICE CHARGER FOR DEAD BATTERIES!
December 30, 2019
I BOUGHT THESE ON SALE AND I AM HAPPY I DID! THESE CHARGED UP AA BATTERIES THAT MY MORE EXPENSIVE CHARGERS COULD NOT! GRANTED THE BATTERIES ARE NOT THE GREATEST QUALITY BUT THIS CHARGER MADE THEM USABLE AGAIN! I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS CHARGER
November 2, 2017
For standard NiMH batteries this charger works pretty good. However, the automatic trickle charge, which is activated after the normal charge cycle, is not good for the long term health of low self-discharge batteries, such as Eneloop, Further, this charger has a nasty habit of refusing to charge some batteries that other chargers have no problem with.
February 21, 2016
I used this on my Eneloop batteries & it worked just perfect...
September 28, 2015
I have another Titanium charger just like this, so I bought one for a friend. They work great and are totally reliable!
AA battery charger
June 4, 2015
Nice charger. Works as expected and compact design.
By Cody T.
Dumb "smart" charger
January 28, 2015
Bought this charger due to reviews that said it was a smart charger, including the fact that it will discharge batteries and help revive them. So far, it doesn't do that well at all. It will only charge nearly perfect batteries and simply blinks (i.e. "error" "error") with anything less than perfect. I then have to put the so-called defective batteries in my other charger, which brings them up to full charge. Not recommended.
ProsNice discharge feature (if it worked), Will charge single batteries (i.e. doesn't require pairs)
ConsOnly likes perfect batteries. Doesn't discharge well. Lousy instructions.
Been around a while
October 12, 2014
I'll have been using this charger for a couple of years now and it is great for fast charging and individual charging. Best charger I have found.
ProsCharges individual batteries, not pairs Quick charging
By Mark W.
March 19, 2013
An excellent charger. The most important feature is the independent channel, which means I can charge 1, 2, 3, or 4 batteries independently. (Most chargers only charge in pairs, so are not optimal for charging batteries used in single cell flashlights.) I also like the ability to \'exercise\' batteries, where the charger discharges them then recharges them. For me the dual voltage input (110 to 220VAC) is also important, since I often work overseas.
By Jeff D.
Saved me money
June 19, 2010
I was using the chargers by Energizer and Duracell. I had batteries that were not very old that would not take a charge. This product has saved me money by charging the batteries that a more expensive charger would not charge. Works great and very easy to use.
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