Involvement:General (knows how to use it) - Ownership:more than 1 month
Plugs straight into a USB port, then charge your batteries from there. Does what it supposed to do with no problems. When you put the batteries in it comes up with a red light, when there done it comes up with a green light. 4 hours for a quick charge, the if you want a full charge leave them in there for about 12 hours overnight. Has auto-off function too.
Also has a little output on it so you can charge stuff from the actual batteries themselves like you mobile phone or whatever.
Cheaply built, but then again it is cheap so, you get what you pay for.
Mine didn't come in the packaging advertised, just bubble wrap. And one battery got very hot once and started to melt the plastic, maybe I over charged it or something, who-knows, it wasn't the chargers fault anyway. Probably mine,.
Nice charger, does what it says on the tin. And does it well.
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