New..Trustfire TR-003P4 charger

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New..Trustfire TR-003P4 charger

Just had an e-mail from Wendy at sz-eyoung promoting this: http://www.sz-eyoung.cn/product/469406882-210820235/TrustFire_Lithium_ba...

Normally I simply delete this sort of thing......but for whatever reason I checked it out.......OK a 4 cell AC/12v DC charger (4x500mA  channels). From the photos it doesn't look too awful.....But I'll probably order the Xtar from MF anyway.

(edit) Price $13.69.

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Edited by: Tas62 on 06/29/2011 - 05:52
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Cheap quality is good - Expensive crap isn´t

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Not bad, My tr002 is a great charger.

 

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looks a little like the Soshine SC-S1, even the green packaging.

http://www.soshine.com.cn/html/Products293.htm

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Certainly seems to be based on the Soshine charger ... Styling ?  

500mA over 4 Channels ?  

Could be interesting .  

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I have one here , I havent tested as yet , but hopefully very soon ..

I did charge up two batteries in it so far , both stopped at 4.2v , it does not appear to turn the completed channel off  ... 

More after I  test it . 

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mmm - could be useful

 

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I'm guessing it charges cells in parallel?

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Should be a 4 channel charger ...  [ I say should ]  

Will open it up shortly to see ... 

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I was going to buy the Xtar but this charger makes me doubt Smile anyone could advice me?

Another question a bit off topic. The xtar has an US plug but i live in europe, would this be a good buy http://www.manafont.com/product_info.php/europlugdiameter-38mm-to-flat-u... ?

 

 
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There is a review in the making ...  Hopefully this week end ...  6th-7th 

 Always remember , the easiest thing in the world to do , is to expel hot air from your lungs and through some vocal chords ..
The resulting sound may , or may not be worth listening too ….