Aussies - Duracell CEF23 charger plus 4xAA (LSD) $10

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hazna
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Aussies - Duracell CEF23 charger plus 4xAA (LSD) $10

We seem to miss out on alot of the deals in australia, but heres one from a one-a-day site:

http://1-day.com.au/products/QFMGDN038

It includes 4 x AA nimh, which are LSD.  The duracell CEF23 charger has a good reputation.  It's an independant channel smart charger.  It can also be used as mobile charger for USB devices.

specifications:

Battery Charger with 4xAA NiMH Batteries

This is a highly convenient way to charge your batteries- or even your USB devices. It can simultaneously charge AA and AAA batteries, or if you’re on the go with 4 fully charged AA batteries and no iPod battery, just plug in the USB cable and you’ll be sorted. Even better- if you don’t have time to wait, these batteries come already pre charged and ready for use.

  • Active charge cells
  • Charges USB devices including your iPod
  • Charges AA and AAA batteries
  • Includes 4x AA NiMH batteries
  • Longer lasting than alkaline batteries
  • Can be charged 100’s of times
  • Charges between 2-6 hours
  • Batteries retain power for upto 365 days (while not in use)
  • Has 4 x independent charging ports
  • Plugged can be removed so that the case can be taken anywhere- it fits right in your pocket!
  • Compact size
  • Dimensions: 13.5cm (L) x 8cm (W) x 3cm (H)
  • Weight: 295g (including plug and batteries)

Shipping is $6, though.

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The Duracell CEF23 is an excellent charger where you can charge using ac, dc or usb plus you can use it to charge a cell phone or an ipod.  I have mine permanently in my van.  I wouldn't mind having 2 of those CEF23's....they're that good.

 

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