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Rayovac Rechargeable Battery Charger for 4 Aa or 4 AAA

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  • The only charger for all 3 rechargeable battery systems.
  • Rechargeable Alkaline
  • Nickel Metal Hydride
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  • Brand Name: Rayovac
  • Model: PS1
  • Item Package Quantity: 1

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  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00004W4XL
  • Item model number: PS1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 8, 2005

Product Description

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If you are constantly blowing through batteries for your portable CD player, your children’s toys, or other small household electronics, this battery charger can save you a lot of money. The charger holds four AA or AAA rechargeable alkaline, rechargeable NiMH, or NiCd batteries at a time. Using a computer microchip, the charger detects the amount of charge left in each battery and recharges each at the individual time and rate required to bring it up to its peak power. This makes for better battery performance and keeps your batteries from being overcharged, which can be harmful. The Rayovac battery charger has lid that flips up to load batteries and down to close for recharging. A folding plug in the back also flips out for charging. This product is covered by Rayovac under a one-year limited warranty. --Cristina Vaamonde

Product Description

Ray-O-Vac products stand for quality and performance at a value price. From long lasting Maximum Alkaline Batteries to the country's number one selling rechargeable brand, Ray-O-Vac offers a wide array of batteries for today's portable lifestyles.

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jesus Vazquez on November 3, 2000
I've had this charger for a week already. It is the best I've ever seen, It charges all three types of batterys safely. I had this other charger that sometimes made the batterys leak, this one dosn't do that. Also, RAY-O-VAC charges in an extrodinary time not like others that take for ever and sometimes even screw up the batterys, not only that RAY-O-VAC saves you energy. So I recomend the RAY-0-VAC battery charger. Thank you for your time.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mike Eckhardt on July 17, 2004
I recently bought a canon digital camera, and installed the alkaline batteries, that came with it. After 5 minutes, (maybe less), these batteries were goners. Apparently these cameras eat a lot of batteries. So, off to find the recommended NIMH style AA batteries. After stopping at a couple of stores, and getting some sticker shock, I went to the local Wmart, and found this charger for about 12 bucks, with 2 batteries included. I bought another 4 NIMH, (Rayovac), batteries to be on the safe side. This charger is easy to set up, just put the batteries in, and plug it straight into the wall. Charging is usually overnite, it can handle 4 NIMH batteries at a time. It also takes all other rechargables. I found that using this setup, with Rayovac NIMH batteries, my problem was solved. I can now take up to 250 pictures, w/flash if needed, before replacing with another set. I use this camera a great deal, and have only had to change the batteries a couple of times for recharging. A super buy for the money.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Tim Ault on September 13, 2012
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This charger is unnecessarily large and bulky, but that is the least of it's problems. The unit requires over 15 hours to indicate full charge, but fails to charge batteries to capacity... typically stopping at 1.3x volt. It also does not provide a trickle ("float") charge when batteries are supposedly fully charged. Additionally, after several months of use one charging dock appears to have stopped working.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By JC believer on January 20, 2013
I bought one of these for NiMH batteries several years ago. Since then, I've given up on the NiMH but use this charger continually to charge ordinary alkaline batteries. It does a great job on ordinary alkaline that haven't discharged below 1.43volts. However, it sometimes recharges batteries more discharged than that and works but about 1.43volts is consistent. About two recharges is what you can expect for alkalines. The reason this charger can recharge ordinary alkalines (while other chargers can't) is that it consistently stops the charging at the right point. Typically, it will recharge to about 1.59 to 1.6 volts while new batteries are typically 1.6 to 1.62 volts. It's been amazing but even more so is that this charger is still working after all these years. I'm sure the quality control had to be great. Are they still that good - I don't know but it's worth a try. HOWEVER, if they want more than $20, you might as well buy the ray o vac charger that does all batteries (AAA/AA/C/D/& 9 volt which sells for $24-28. FYI - guess what battery recharges the best: Durocell alkalines but ray-o-vacs are nearly as good.

Update: I now use this charger for the newer NiMH batteries that are labeled "slow discharge". These new batteries really work and are much much better than the original NiMH batteries.
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8 of 12 people found the following review helpful By C. Choi on December 14, 2001
Be warned that for certain devices, the renewal batteries don't last too long. For my visor, it lasted about a day, and for the Intel mp3 player, it lasted about 5 minutes. I belive that this is a because renewal batteries are alkaline and rechargable alkaline batteries are not designed for high-drain devices.
So maybe, for electronic toys this might not be a problem but avoid this charger if you intend to use this recharger for high drain devices.
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Wow... I cannot believe this charger is still around. Ive had mine for AT LEAST 10 years.. if not longer, And its still going strong. Everything works just like the day I bought it, And charges batteries quite fast, with a smart shutoff when the batteries are full. I recently pulled it out of my old abandoned boxes down in the basement, And have been using it a week now since I found it. I was curious on the charging specs etc... Since it is 10+ years old, And on google popped up with this page... Figured Id leave a review. :)
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