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Topic # 228713 18-Jan-2018 20:52
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Hi guys

 

I am currently rocking a Sony BCG-34HLD but would like to upgrade to a more decent AA/AAA battery charger.

 

I see a couple of ppl recommending MH-C9000 in the past is that still the best charger to get? (I am trying to avoid buying from overseas unless they have builtin power supplies like the Nitecore SC4/D4 so I can just swap the cable easily)

 

 

 

 






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  Reply # 1942168 18-Jan-2018 20:56
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MH-C9000 seems a bit expensive but I do like that it can do battery analysis which Nitecores can't






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  Reply # 1942171 18-Jan-2018 21:08
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C9000 is a good charger, mine is probably going on ten years old and still works well. Get it from the US, or some places in NZ aren't too expensive. I have a Maha C801D which is good, it just lacks the break-in function and detailed display.





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  Reply # 1943225 19-Jan-2018 06:46
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Is recharged.co.nz selling imported models with the correct power adapter? Or does it supply a separate travel adapter?

It's quite a bit more expensive compare to some of the hybrid NIMH/lion chargers though (skyrc for example)






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