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Energizer Recharge Universal Battery Charger for AA/AAA/C/D/9V NiMH Batteries (CHFC)

Energizer Universal Battery Charger front view in blister packaging
Energizer Universal Battery Charger front view in blister packaging
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Energizer Recharge

Universal Charger - Five NiMH Battery Size Compatibility

Whether you're at home or on the go, Energizer offers a variety of chargers to fit your lifestyle. Paired with long lasting Energizer Rechargeable batteries, you'll have the perfect solution for all your power needs. Features:
  • The ultimate universal battery power station
  • Charges AA, AAA, C, D or 9V NiMH rechargeable batteries
  • Easy-to-read LCD screen shows the charging status of the batteries inside
  • ENERGY STAR® certified
Supported Chemistries:Ni-MH
Compatible Battery Sizes:9V, AA, AAA, C, D
Batteries Included:No
Warranty:Battery Junction 30-Day Warranty
Return Policy:Battery Junction Return Policy
Country of Origin:China
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By michael
Good Charger
November 27, 2021
Good Charger....charges my Eneloops very well
By John
Kansas City Missouri
Good value
August 4, 2020
Bought two of these for different locations. They work well, but be aware that you must charge AA or AAA cells in pairs. So you can charge two or four AA's, or two AA's and two AAA's. But you can't charge one at a time. Not a big deal if you have lots of batteries.
By Jason R.
Davis, CA, USA
Only has 4 channels
July 15, 2018
I've had this for years... maybe 10 years? It's definitely reliable. It accepts up to 8 cells, but they are divided into paired bays. Thus, there are only 4 channels. The cool thing is that each bay can accept either one cell (in the middle of the bay) or two cells (side-by-side). So you can charge four cells independently, which is the only safe way to go. If you to try to charge more than four cells, pairs of them get paired together and charge as a pair. If the cells start out at different voltages or are at different points in their lifespan, I'm not sure what happens. Probably, one cell gets overcharged while the other gets undercharged.

Also, I'm not sure why, but older cells do get VERY hot in this charger. It will keep trying to charge them to full forever if you let it, but it will never succeed. I supposed that more advanced chargers have a cut-off timer for this reason.
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