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Maha Powerex Wizard One MH-C9000 Advanced Battery Charger and Analyzer - Deluxe Accessory Storage Case Included

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  • Four Independent Slots - It's like having four charger-analyzers for AA and AAA NiMH / NiCD batteries
  • Large backlit LCD
  • Digitally displays battery capacity, voltage, current and time
  • Special forming charge and cycling mode
  • 30 Selectable charging and discharging speed

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Maha Powerex Wizard One MH-C9000 Advanced Battery Charger and Analyzer - Deluxe Accessory Storage Case Included + Maha 12V Car Adapter for MH-C9000
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  • Item Package Quantity: 1

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00454YCWY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (151 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 29, 2010

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104 of 104 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 31, 2010
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Don't be intimidated by the various cycles this charger is capable of if you are fairly new to rechargeable batteries. You can always just pop your batteries in and accept the default settings and generally get great results.
If you have batteries that aren't performing to your expectations and want to try an advanced cycle to "rescue" them, the instructions are detailed and it is just a matter of putting in one battery at a time and making a selection from a few categories. The instructions present a pretty good explanation of your choices, and you have the options at hand to possibly save older, degraded batteries.

I have owned several Maha chargers and have never been disappointed. After a couple of years with any charger it seems they come out with an upgraded unit and I MUST get it!! This charger is a leap forward and I have noticed a few key points anyone buying a charger would appreciate:
The charger is bigger than any other in its class and the batteries are spaced wider apart, apparently yielding a much cooler battery during charge and making insertion and removal much easier. My batteries only got slightly warm during charging.

The charger has a lot of vent area on the casing and runs cool to the touch regardless of the mode I used.

The display offers a wealth of information about the batteries and mode you are using. If you want to study the instructions a little, over time you can learn a lot about the condition of your batteries and how to maximize their lifespan.

I highly recommend this charger as it is the coolest running and highest quality I've ever used. Use it in its simplest mode -(pop in the batteries and walk away)- or learn about the advanced modes at your own pace. Either way, you've got what I believe is the best charger on the market at this time.
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49 of 51 people found the following review helpful By T-man on March 1, 2011
I bought my Maha MH-C9000 very close to 3 years ago and have charged hundreds of batteries with it. It's so quiet I never hear it running and I charge batteries right in my bedroom while I sleep. It charges batteries other chargers won't charge using it's "smart" features. I've had quite a few batteries I thought needed to be thrown away because any other battery charger wouldn't charge them at all but my Maha brought them back to life and kept them working great for years.
I've had some batteries that said they were rechargeable up to 500 times and using my Maha I have charged them over 800 times so far and they are still going strong. Maha's refresh and break in features make it all possible by "reprogramming" your old batteries to work like new.
About a month ago, (after almost 3 years of hard use), my Maha quit working so I emailed Maha and told them the problem. They told me to ship it to them along with my receipt so I did. Within a week I had a brand new Maha MH-C9000 delivered to my door at no charge to me. Maha's 3 year warranty is the best! Maha's customer service is the best!
Don't waste your money on any other brand. Maha is the best by far and they stand behind their products all the way with a 3 year warranty that can't be beat!
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42 of 44 people found the following review helpful By a911scanner on April 6, 2011
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Based on recommendations from many different electronics forums, I decided to take the plunge on an 'intelligent" charger. To say that this one is "intelligent" compared to the basic chargers I've been using is an understatement.

To put it plainly, I had 25-30 old 2500mAh Energizers sitting around for roughly 3 years that refused to charge properly with the basic chargers included when purchased. Based on what I'd read about this charger, I thought that it may be up to the task of bringing those batteries back from the dead. The "Refresh & Analyze" and "Break-In" charging options of the Maha Wizard were just the trick! I now have about 20 functional AA batteries that were all but dead. The other bonus is that the Maha actually found the truly bad cells for me so that I could take them out of the mix.

PROS:
- Fully Programmable
- Worth the money based on extending the life of your batteries
- Easy to use after slight learning curve

CONS:
- Instructions are a bit underwhelming. Not altogether articulate enough, but can be figured out after some study.
- Size is quite large compared to basic charging units

My "Cons" are really just being a bit nit-picky. I wanted to try to be fair and balanced.
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By AWBoater on February 13, 2011
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While there are a few folks that have a bad opinion of this charger, I have not had any problems whatsoever.

I have a 100% success rate in charging NiMH batteries from several different manufacturers... but they were new batteries.

I suspect the problems many are claiming with the charger may perhaps be with old batteries?

The charger has a mode that you can use to recondition batteries, and it has not often been clearly stated by those complaining this charger did not work whether or not they tried to recondition the batteries (Refresh/Analyze or Break-In/Forming mode).

If a battery is marginal, I suppose that if this charger won't charge the battery, it should tell you to either recondition the battery or throw it out.

Other criticism has been the number of key strokes it takes to setup the charger for a battery. But if you don't do anything when inserting batteries, it will default to CHARGE mode using a 1A charge rate (2 hour charge rate for typical 2000mAH AA batteries).

Perhaps there should be an easier way to setup the charger, but I don't see that as something preventing it's use. This is NOT a basic (nor cheap) charger, it's a Charger/Analyzer. If you want a basic charger, you can buy one far cheaper than this one. The intended purpose of this charger is to maintain your batteries in good working order with variable charge/discharge modes. So I suppose some degree of setup is required to use the features of the charger (and it's certainly easier to use than a West Mountain CBA-3 analyzer).
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