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# 250808 26-May-2019 16:27
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My current one is a very basic one that takes forever to charge hence am looking for something better? Any recommendation welcome or if you have one at a GZ price then please let me know :)


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  # 2245982 26-May-2019 17:00
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I've got a Nitecore D4. It charges C, AA, AAA and 18650 (plus some others). Purchased from ebay. Highly recommended.

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  # 2246049 26-May-2019 18:14
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Maha C801D / C9000 are also good, but Nitecore have a good reputation and likely to be cheaper. My Maha chargers are 15 years old, used regularly, and still going strong.


 
 
 
 




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  # 2246054 26-May-2019 18:46
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Handle9: I've got a Nitecore D4. It charges C, AA, AAA and 18650 (plus some others). Purchased from ebay. Highly recommended.

 

Any issue with the plug and voltage?


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  # 2246059 26-May-2019 18:57
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CrashAndBurn:

 

Handle9: I've got a Nitecore D4. It charges C, AA, AAA and 18650 (plus some others). Purchased from ebay. Highly recommended.

 

Any issue with the plug and voltage?

 

 

No it takes a figure 8 plug so you just use whatever plug you need. 110-240V 50/60Hz so works great globally. 


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