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DigiPower DPS-3000+ 3-Hour AA/AAA Rechargeable Battery Kit with 4 AA 2700 mAh Batteries and Car Charger

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  • Compact charger for AA and AAA rechargeable batteries
  • Includes four 4 BH27AA 2700mAh NiMH AA batteries
  • Includes car adapter and AC adapter is built into charger unit
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: DigiPower
  • Model Number: DPS-3000+
  • Battery Description: AA/AAA
  • Battery Type: NiMh
  • Item Package Quantity: 1

Product Description

Product Description

Mizco International DPS-3000+ AC/Auto Charger DPS-3000+ 1034

From the Manufacturer

The DPS-3000+ battery charger kit has been specially designed to charge both AA and AAA batteries in under 4 hours. Its lightweight and compact design makes it easy for travel. Charge your batteries at home or on the road. Includes both 12-volt cigarette lighter connector as well as standard AC power connector built into the charger unit. Included in this kit are four DigiPower BH27AA high-powered 2700mAh nickel metal hydride batteries. It is widely known that digital cameras drain batteries rather quickly. With the use of flashes and LCD screens AA batteries don't seem to last very long. DigiPower's BH27AA rechargeable batteries are designed with the digital camera user in mind for longer-lasting power.

These batteries can be used with all electronic devices using AA batteries.

What's in the box:
DPS-3000+ rapid (3-hour) battery charger, 4 BH27AA 2700mAh nickel metal hydride AA batteries, 12-volt DC cord (cigarette lighter connector).


Product Information

Product Dimensions 2.2 x 4.9 x 7.5 inches
Item Weight 10.4 ounces
Shipping Weight 10.4 ounces
ASIN B00007E7NH
Item model number DPS-3000+
Customer Reviews
3.6 out of 5 stars 161 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #676 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Camera & Photo Accessories > Batteries & Chargers > Batteries > Camcorder Batteries
#2,306 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Camera & Photo Accessories > Batteries & Chargers > Batteries > Camera Batteries
#4,127 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Camera & Photo Accessories > Camcorder Accessories
Date first available at Amazon.com October 2, 2001

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By Keith B. VINE VOICE on May 19, 2004
After a couple bad experiences with DigiPower and their battery chargers they sent me the DPS-3000+ as a replacement for my older DPS-1000 unit. This item came with four (4) 2300 mAh AA NiMH batteries. A nice break from their older chargers this one comes with an adapter and a nice long power cable so you no longer need to find a free wall outlet to completely cover with your charger. The unit will charge either AA or AAA batteries and either two (2) or four (4) at a time. It also features an automatic trickle charge feature so batteries remain 'topped off' with no danger of over charging. It's relatively speedy at charging batteries. It is compact enough to fit on the corner of your desk or anywhere convenient. And it doesn't get all that hot like their older chargers used to. I keep two batteries 'fresh' in the charger and two batteries in my camera at all times and it seems to work well for me. All in all it's a good charger for the money. Although DigiPower's customer support leaves something to be desired (long contact delays, misread emails, etc.) they're willing to back their products fully.
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These were one of those items on the side of the page that caught my eye. The 4 AAs are 2700 milli-amp-hours (mah) which is the highest capacity I've seen. Duracell NiMH in AA are 1800 mah, for comparison. The charger is quite nice as well, with a 2 or 4 battery selector switch, a wall charger, and a mobile adapter for your car. I'd say either the batteries or the charger are both worth the price, so I bought 4 of them for my model helicopters.
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I bought one of those kits bundled with my new Flip camcorder and the batteries don't last more than 15 minutes (fully charged). I don't understand why Amazon recommends the bundle. My final opinion: stay away from this product!
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I purchased this 2 weeks ago. It does not work. I put the batteries in the charger. The red "charging" light came on for about 15 minutes, then it went off. The green "fully charged" light never came on. I installed the batteries in my digital camera (my camera takes 2 of the AA). I took 4 pictures and the battery low indicator came on. I tried the batteries in my friend's digital camera (different make and model), same thing, with any/all of the batteries. I tried charging the batteries again, and again. Same thing every time --- charging light comes on for less than 20 minutes, then goes off, and the fully charged light never comes on. The batteries do not get anywhere near a full charge, and the batteries get very, very hot while in the charger. It appears to be of questionable quality. I will be returning it and asking for a refund. I do not recommend the product.
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Batteries really do charge quickly and keep a charge for a long period of time. Originally purchased as "emergency" batteries for my camera, I found that the batteries lasted as long or longer than the non-rechargables I used, giving a lot of flexibility in my battery options.
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The construction of the charger allows it to lose connection with the batteries= no charge. It overcharged/heated the included batteries to over 140F- I couldn't even handle them bare handed. It is, in my opinion, a piece of junk. I would not buy one of these... I should've listened to the other reviews.
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Rapid Charger is a little big to be travel portable in an age where carry on space is at a premium. However, the biggest problem is the batteries themselves started leaking within 6 months of purchase. This doesn't create confidence in the product. i wouldn't buy it again.
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The charger and/or batteries are obviously defective on the unit I received.
The green "charged" light comes on even when there is no charge in the
batteries. Leaving the batteries in the charger for as long as a week seems
to make no difference - the batteries will charge up enough for about 3 shots
in my digital camera, and then - nothing. This seems to be a very hit-or-
miss product, based on other reviews.
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