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Energizer CHP4WB4 Recharge Smart AA/AAA Charger with 4 AA NiMH Batteries

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4 AA NiMH
  • No Leaks - Guaranteed or we'll replace your device (up to $250)
  • Charges batteries at a safe, steady rate which improves the long-term health of the NiMH battery
  • Bad battery alert and shuts off if non-NiMH or old NiMH battery is attempted.
  • ENERGY STAR certified
  • Comes with 4-AA Energizer Universal Recharge NiMH rechargeable batteries rated at 1400 mAh
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Energizer CHP4WB4 Recharge Smart AA/AAA Charger with 4 AA NiMH Batteries + Energizer Power Plus NiMH AA Rechargeable Batteries, 8-count (2300 mAh, Pre-Charged)
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Product Details

Style: 4 AA NiMH
  • Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 4.3 x 2.7 inches ; 4.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003SP4QAE
  • Item model number: CHP4WB-4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (643 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 21, 2007
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Product Description

Style: 4 AA NiMH

Energizer Recharge Smart Charger charges 2 or 4 AA or AAA NiMH rechargeable batteries. Countdown timer shows how long until batteries are charged along with battery fuel guage that shows charge status. Bad battery alert detects and shuts off charging when a non-NiMH or old NiMN battery is inserted. The large display can be viewed from across the room. Energy Star certified

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Customer Reviews

The batteries last a long time on a charge.
E. Sears
Indicator on the charger is a smart feature as it let's you know when the batteries are done charging and how much estimated time is remaining.
Haisan
Highly recommend investing in rechargeables; it saves so much money.
charles

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

755 of 779 people found the following review helpful By NLee the Engineer HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on November 7, 2010
Style Name: 4 AA NiMH
[Important note on June 30, 2014]
I just noticed that Amazon combined my old review for the CHP41US charger with the new Energizer CHRPROWB4 Pro Charger. I hate it when that happens! Anyway, when the price comes down I may give this charger a try (the present price of ~40USD is ridiculous for a basic charger with low-capacity batteries). In the mean time, use caution when you shop.

==== Original Review follows ====

This package (Energizer Smart Rechargeable Charger for AA/AAA Batteries, with 4 AA Batteries Included) contains a very impressive-looking charger. The charger (CHP41US) features a countdown timer, a battery 'Fuel Gauge', and four bad-battery indicators. It looks like a very smart charger - until I examined closer.

The first warning sign is that: Would You Believe this charger can only charge in pairs? That is, it cannot handle 1 or 3 cells. A real smart charger has to monitor and charge cells individually, because this is the only way to ensure that each cell is not over-charged or under-charged.

The next thing I found out is that: the so-called 'countdown timer' is mostly for show. It's The Old "2-bit counter in a 7-segment display" Trick. The display always start from '8' (eight hours) when a pair of depleted cells is inserted, regardless of the actual remaining charge time. As the batteries are being charged up, the counter simply decrements through '6', '4', '2' and finally '0', even though the actual charge time may turn out to be just five hours.
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87 of 93 people found the following review helpful By greyhoundude on December 10, 2010
Style Name: 4 AA NiMH
I had the same problem as a previous reviewer. This charger indicates all batteries are bad, including the batteries that came with it. I bought it new and locally for $9.99, which is what the batteries alone would have cost me, so it wasn't worth returing. Hopefully it actually charges the batteries and it's just a screwed up indicator. Still, it should do what it's ADVERTISED to do.
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87 of 102 people found the following review helpful By 1Dub79 on March 7, 2011
Style Name: 4 AA NiMH
I was skeptical of buying rechargeable batteries because some are duds. However, I bought my oldest boy an Xbox 360 and I did not want to continuously pay money for batteries. Therefore, I decided to buy this charger. It works great. The game is played a ton. Still, the batteries last about three weeks, prior to needing re-charging. Initially, you will have to charge the batteries for eight hours for a full charge. The countdown timer indicates how much time is left for a full charge. Once the counter reaches 0, the batteries are fully charged. Since the charging duration is long, I would suggest keeping two batteries charged, at all times. Therefore, when the other two batteries run out, they can be switched with two charged batteries. I don't know what the issue is with other reviewers of this product. All I can say is I got my money's worth. Not to mention, I am saving money by not continuously paying money for batteries. That can be very expensive.
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54 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 6, 2011
Style Name: 4 AA NiMH
I read a lot of bad reviews for this charger but I'm one to not really care how long it takes to charge a battery, and even if the battery charger isn't as accurate as it says it is, I still find it highly useful because I just let the batteries charge. I'm not really concerned with the "useful-ness" of the display, in fact, I use it as a night-lite for my grandson. The best part is, it does what it's supposed to, and that's recharge batteries. It took about 4 hours to fully charge all 4 of my AA batteries that had been completely expelled their use. Now I'm not saying that's a good thing (it's not 2 hours) but it's not a bad thing either. I recommended this to everyone I know and they too have had no issues. If you're an old man like me, just buy one. I don't have all day to sit around and watch the batteries charge, just leave them on overnight and they're charged by morning. Great product.
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25 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Pop ina Bottle on July 10, 2011
Style Name: 4 AA NiMH
every single battery that goes in this charger says it's bad. Brand new energizer rechargables that came with.. brand new energizer rechargables bought afterward... duracel rechargables that were bought about a year ago... none are tested to be "good". I've put these so-called bad batteries in other chargers and it charges up with no problem and holds a charge for an expected life.

at this point, i want a refund (but will be more heck than it's worth to get my $15 back).
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Seth Jenkins on April 22, 2011
Style Name: 4 AA NiMH Verified Purchase
This is a great little charger for AA/AAA batteries. I use it primarily for keeping batteries charged for the Wii and a few R/C toys, it charges fast enough for my needs and is compact and seems very durable.
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25 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Pablo Nicolas Pecora on October 14, 2012
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I had this charger for a year. No complains about it.
You should know that the "timer" that is has, is just a timer that detects batteries and put the quantity of hours depending on that. Not really "intelligent" nor related to the battery capacity. It's helpful but not really "clever".
I used this charger for a year, and then it stopped working. Now, when you plug it, you see for a few seconds the display and it goes off and it doesn't work anymore. That happens every single time you plug it.
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