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  • posted byprosper on 01/26/2010

    -> Multiple channels -> charges a wide array of cells -> 1.2A max charging current quickly charges 18650's (singly, charging 2 at a time reduces to 600mA per cell) -> seems to stop periodically when the cell is nearly charged to check voltage -> comes with a 12V car adaptor -> was still attempting to charge my 18650, even when cell voltage was at 4.... Read more

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  • posted bydannyc on 12/28/2009

    Easy to use, light but seems sturdy. Directly connect to outlet, no more fat wallwarts to lug around as power source. Flexible battery bays that can accomodate almost all types of batteries (except the fat ones like 123A types). Does NOT work with SKU26124 and SKU3435. It seems that these 14500 batteries are a bit too long for the battery bay on this ... Read more

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  • posted byhpopov on 01/13/2009

    + charge large variety of 3.7 V Li-Ion batteries + has four charging channels + charges my batteries little bit under 4.2V(around 4.18 - 4.19V) + it actualy looks better that on pictures + has a 12v car adapter. + car adapter has a fuse. none for me. Car adapter has a fuse and it is good from one side, from other side if something goes wrong fuse will ... Read more

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  • posted byisotco on 08/27/2008

    - Charges most types of 3.7 V Li-Ion batteries. - It has four charging channels, two high powered ones for larger batteries and two lower powered smaller ones. - Charges the batteries consistently to around 4.18 volt. - The "door" to the battery charging bays seems a little fragile. - 14500 batteries doesn't fit in the "small battery&... Read more

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  • posted byvegasf6 on 08/24/2008

    It is 4 seperate channels. Will charge most types of li-on batteries. Can be used in car with right adapter. Has error checking abilities and reverse polarity protection. Cells usually come off at around 4.18 volts... could be good or bad. 1st one I bought had multiple problems, DX exchanged it and this one has been fine. Biggest con is my blue trustfire ... Read more

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