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  Reply # 764037 18-Feb-2013 11:03
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With rechargeable batteries, I always plump for the POWEREX or IMEDION LSD - www.recharged.co.nz always have healthy stock at a good price. They are reliable and excellent quality.


Do you work for www.recharged.co.nz?

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Reply # 764049 18-Feb-2013 11:21
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With rechargeable batteries, I always plump for the POWEREX or IMEDION LSD - www.recharged.co.nz always have healthy stock at a good price. They are reliable and excellent quality.


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Reply # 764050 18-Feb-2013 11:21
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recharged:
With rechargeable batteries, I always plump for the POWEREX or IMEDION LSD - www.recharged.co.nz always have healthy stock at a good price. They are reliable and excellent quality.


Do you work for www.recharged.co.nz?


looks that way, a shameless plug 




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  Reply # 765388 18-Feb-2013 20:45
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RunningMan:
recharged:
With rechargeable batteries, I always plump for the POWEREX or IMEDION LSD - www.recharged.co.nz always have healthy stock at a good price. They are reliable and excellent quality.


Do you work for www.recharged.co.nz?


looks that way, a shameless plug 


Looks can be deceiving. No I do not work for recharged.co.nz but I have a connection with them.

I used the url because that's where I have bought batteries and chargers from; I thought it might be useful for other folk looking for quality chargers and batteries.

I own lots of POWEREX, IMEDION and Eneloop batteries plus the MH-C9000 and the MH-C808M chargers. Maha develop quality products just like the Sanyo and the Eneloop battery. In my opinion the Maha chargers are second to none. The Maha IMEDION batteries are on par with the Sanyo Eneloop but pip Sanyo on price/quality IMHO.

So, nothing shameful really just my experience and opinion.

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  Reply # 765484 18-Feb-2013 22:30
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recharged:
With rechargeable batteries, I always plump for the POWEREX or IMEDION LSD - www.recharged.co.nz always have healthy stock at a good price. They are reliable and excellent quality.


Do you work for www.recharged.co.nz?


As far as I can tell, recharged.co.nz is a just a rebranded version of what used to be alliedfusion.co.nz.

Alliedfusion geekzone account (aka Charles Judd) - http://www.geekzone.co.nz/user_public.asp?user_id=64409  

I'm not sure if Charles Judd still runs the company/site. If it has been re-branded, it's likely it may have changed hands since. Then again, maybe not. It may have been just a simple re-branding for re-branding's sake.

Disclaimer: I have no affiliation whatsoever with alliedfusion, Charles Judd, or recharged.co.nz

Anyway, in this thread, Charles was kind enough to send me a sample unit of the MH-C9000 Charger a year and a bit ago.
I intended to do a full review of it, but simply ran out of time to put it all together and ended up buying the unit outright because I was so impressed with it.

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  Reply # 765529 19-Feb-2013 07:10
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sorry dumb question how do u know how many mah were injected into battery

I would like to own such an equipment

thanks

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  Reply # 765535 19-Feb-2013 07:35
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joker97: sorry dumb question how do u know how many mah were injected into battery

I would like to own such an equipment


The Maha C9000 tells you how much power each cell took.




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