As I mentioned in the other thread the Sanyo MQR06 is a good no thrill charger.
If you plan to get the XX-AA as well, you could buy the charger in a bundle. I got my bundle with 4 AA (UTGB) and adapter for 21,xx€, including delivery.
If price isn’t limited, check the Technoline BC700, AccuPower 328 or the BM200/210. Or some other re-brands.
You’ll get a few more features, like discharge, refresh, cell resistance, possibility to use 12V plug
I’m with Shadowww, charge at too low of a current and risk missing termination. Temperature protection is bypassed, the low current will,not over heat the cells, just overcharge them. The only protection for this is the timer cut-out many chargers have but that is usually set and takes into account you may be charging much higher capacity cells, such as D size, thus damaging the AA/AAA Eneloops.
To others reading this post, if you buy one of the Eneloop chargers/charger battery combo deals, make sure its the quick charger version. Some of the cheaper eneloop deals with chargers come with the slow charger, NC-MQN04A. This one does not do single channel, and can overcharge one if one of the pair is not as flat, apparently.
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