thunder
Hi folks,can anybody recommend a good battery charger for AA/AAA rechargeable batteries,i would even consider a AA/AAA battery box that plugs into a Turnigy Accucell charger [ if there is such a thing ,,,,,,,,,,,,thanks
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JettaManDan
you are limited to what you see out there pretty much....the OE chargers that they sell at stores that slow charge...or make something yourself. I bought a generic AA Box...one that holds 4 batteries..then wired up my own deans plug...and used the NimH function of my charger to charge up some rechargeables i had. Problem is that you have to do them REALLY slow....i had 2000 mah AA's..but i tried to charge them too fast an it killed them. So you need to be careful.
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thunder
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you are limited to what you see out there pretty much....the OE chargers that they sell at stores that slow charge...or make something yourself. I bought a generic AA Box...one that holds 4 batteries..then wired up my own deans plug...and used the NimH function of my charger to charge up some rechargeables i had. Problem is that you have to do them REALLY slow....i had 2000 mah AA's..but i tried to charge them too fast an it killed them. So you need to be careful.

I have done some research and the 6 hour charger that came with the AA batteries seems to be the best and quickest I am going to get,the batteries have so far lasted 8 days is my Bluetooth keyboard and I am happy at that,,thanks for your comment matey.
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I have done some research and the 6 hour charger that came with the AA batteries seems to be the best and quickest I am going to get,the batteries have so far lasted 8 days is my Bluetooth keyboard and I am happy at that,,thanks for your comment matey.


no prob. I haven't been happy with the lifespan of the rechargeable AA's. Not enough to convert transmitters over etc. Sorry to say the Duracell's still get my vote.
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no prob. I haven't been happy with the lifespan of the rechargeable AA's. Not enough to convert transmitters over etc. Sorry to say the Duracell's still get my vote.

I must agree that the Duracells last far longer than any other AA batteries that I have tried but they can be expensive,am hoping that the rechargeable batteries will prove to be a better/cheaper option.
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