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Energizer Compact Charger Recharges AA and AAA Batteries, AA Batteries Included

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  • Fast 15 minute charge
  • ENERGY STAR certified

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Energizer Compact Charger Recharges AA and AAA Batteries, AA Batteries Included + Energizer Power Plus NiMH AA Rechargeable Batteries, 8-count (2300 mAh, Pre-Charged)
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  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 4 x 3.7 inches ; 6.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000GF2L7E
  • Item model number: CH15MNCP-4
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (133 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,065 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 17, 2003
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Includes: One Charger and 4 AA 1400 mAh NiMH Batteries are included. Lasts up to 4x longer in digital cameras. 15-Minute Charger Features: Safety - Microprocessor control; Bad battery detection; Surge protection; Short circuit protection; Overcharge protection; Temperature control; Timer control. Convenience - Batteries ready for use in 15 minutes; AA/AAA Charging; Automatically detects AA or AAA battery; Individual cell channel charging; Maintenance charge; Charge status indicator. About Rechargeable Batteries: The higher the mAh rating, the more you get out of your device. High drain devices need higher mAh batteries. Lower mAh capacity is sufficient in low drain devices. Charger made in China. Batteries made in Japan.

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77 of 77 people found the following review helpful By jerry i h on May 15, 2008
I really like it. Although I have a few reservations, I do recommend it 100%. It really does charge the batteries in 15 minutes; this is a miracle to me, since I have always used those overnight chargers (you know, once your batteries are empty, you can't use them again until tomorrow).

The heat issue is what concerns me. It has a built in fan, which is a good thing since the batteries get pretty warm. I make sure that I stand it on end, so the fan is aimed at the air and not the table. I suspect that charging the batteries so fast and making them so warm shortens the lifespan and capacity somewhat.

There are many good things. You can do 1, 2, 3, or 4 batteries (hooray-I have several things that use 1 or 3 batteries, and my other chargers will only do 2 or 4). It is a smart charger, so if a battery is no good, it won't charge. When the batteries are done, the red light turns green. It comes with 4 AA NiMH's that are 2200 mAh and made in Japan.

Some things I did not like:
* it is really 25 minutes, since you are suppose to leave it in 10 minutes after the light turns green.
* there is only one light for all 4 slots; if you get a blinking red light, you have to take batteries in and out to find the bad one
* the + side of the slot is a moveable, black button

The wall plug is your basic block adapter. The input to the charger (from the plug) lists 11-16volts and 5amps. Output (to the batteries) is 5.6volts, 7.5amps (for AA) and 3amps (for AAA).
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75 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Jerry P. Danzig TOP 1000 REVIEWER on June 12, 2007
I wish I could give this quick charger a five-star review, but I've experienced some problems with mine. First, it gives off a significant amount of TV interference -- more than any other device in my house except perhaps the microwave oven or vacuum. You will NOT want to use the charger while you are watching a movie! Second, it seems to reject a lot of batteries that still work and that my other chargers have no problems recharging. This is especially true for AAA batteries for some reason. (I have subsequently discovered that the charger rejects batteries that are close to fully charged rather than indicate that they are fully charged. This means that the charger MAY charge the rejected batteries again later, after they have been further depleted.) So -- if you only want one charger in the house, I can't recommend this one. I can however recommend it as a supplemental charger, when it chooses not to be tempermental. On the positive side, I like the fact that this unit has four independent channels, allowing you to charge any number of batteries, from one to four. (You don't have to pair up batteries.) It also has a built-in fan that cools batteries down (quick charging can make them get pretty hot to the touch).
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By SortaTired on February 2, 2008
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I bought this charger after tiring of having to constantly replace my camera's AA batteries, and it is tremendous. When I am in the middle of taking photos and my batteries give out, it only takes 15 minutes to recharge and I am back in business. Whether or not I actively use the camera, the charge lasts for at least a month and hundreds of photos. Though the unit was a bit expensive, as are the batteries, I know I am saving a LOT of $$$ in the long run.

After 8 months of bliss with this unit, I bought a second for another room and the AAA batteries in a snowglobe. So far the first charge has lasted almost a month of non-stop use.

I can't help but wonder if the reviewers having all the problems with this unit are using other than the Energizer batteries that come with it or not following simple directions. I only charge the batteries when they are depleted, so I don't get any flashing red lights, or rejected batteries, and it doesn't affect my TV, either.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By D. Podolsky on January 18, 2007
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This is the fastest charger I could find & Amazon had it the cheapest. Also, it was a name brand, which I like to buy for these types of electrical items. It has a fan to cool down the batteries which get pretty hot during charging. I am very satisfied with this product.

The only negative is that it is fairly bulky for travel use & it comes as 2 pieces - one is the actual charger and one is the AC cord, which has a large block as the plug.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By MarioJP on November 2, 2008
This charger is awsome, although it is sensitive of detecting bad cells (in my case the rayovac ic3 batteries were actually bad). Even my slow smart charger won't charge these batteries properly. Like it would charge for an hour and give me a blinking red flash. Now for those that are having issues with this charger I can explain why and here what I discovered that might make things much easier.

1.This charger is very sensitive to changes in resistance. If the resistance is too high you get a red blinking LED flash. So make sure the contacts on the charger, and batteries are clean before putting them in the charger.

2.There is a trick to actually get bad cells to charge in this charger. To get them to charge you have to power cycle the charger repeatedly until it charges the cell while the batteries are in the charger by simply unplugging and plugging until the red flashing stops. Now if the cell does not charge, then the cell actually is bad and needs to be replaced.

3.when fully charged or the light turns green. Leave it for another 15-30 minutes so the cells can cool while being topped off even after the fan has shut off. This is for maximum performance out of your cells.

And lastly any nimh battery charges in 15 minutes. It seems to like the precharged duracell a lot. So far no problems with the charger once you figured it out how it works. This has to be the most advanced charger ever.

Hope this help.
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Safety Warning
Read charger instructions carefully. Charge only rechargeable nickel metal hydride batteries. Charging any other type of rechargeable or non-rechargeable (disposable) batteries may cause them to leak, rupture or explode, causing injury. Risk of electric shock. Dry location use only. Battery Warning: Charge only with standard household nickel metal hydride battery chargers. Do not open battery, dispose of in fire, put in backwards, mix with other battery types or short circuit - may ignite, explode, leak, or get hot causing injury.