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Ready in 4 hours*
(Approx. 90% of full charge, when using Duracell 1300 mAh AA NiMH batteries. Approx. 80% of full charge when using Duracell 750 mAh AAA NiMH batteries.)
Charges both AA and AAA batteries
Multiple protection to ensure safe charging of your batteries
Duracell Hi-Speed Charger charges 4 AA rechargeable batteries in 4 hours (Approx. 90% of full charge, when using Duracell 1300 mAh AA NiMH batteries. Approx. 80% of full charge when using Duracell 750 mAh AAA NiMH batteries.)
Auto Shut-off - after batteries are completely charged, the charger automatically shuts off to prevent overheating
Ready in 15 minutes*
(Approx. 95% of full charge, when using Duracell 1300 mAh AA NiMH batteries. Approx. 100% of charge when using Duracell 750 mAh AAA NiMH batteries.)
Ready in 1 hour*
(Approx. 85% of full charge, when using Duracell 1300 mAh AA NiMH batteries. Approx. 100% of charge when using Duracell 750 mAh AAA NiMH batteries.)
Duracell Rechargeable AA 2500 mAh batteries are our #1 longest-lasting per charge
(for rechargeable AA size, per charge in same device)
Yes. As long as it is the right size, you can use Duracell rechargeables cells in any device, however Duracell recommends consulting your device user manual for compatibility. Rechargeable cells are best suited for mid to high-drain devices – in other words, devices such as digital camera or wireless game controller, which usually drain alkaline batteries quickly.
Yes, Duracell chargers will charge other NiMH AA or AAA batteries. However, Duracell cannot guarantee the quality, safety, or performance of other battery brands, so using Duracell rechargeable batteries is recommended.
Yes, in any charger, but Duracell chargers are recommended because they are among the safest in the industry.
You can use rechargeable batteries in absolutely any device where you would normally use an alkaline battery, unless stated otherwise by the device manufacturer. There are no interference implications using rechargeable battery brands that are different to the device brand.
You can only recharge a battery if it’s specifically marked “rechargeable.” Recharging a non-rechargeable battery may cause it to rupture or leak and may cause personal injury.
Duracell chargers switch to a trickle charge when the normal charge is complete. You should unplug your charger when charging is complete or when it is not in use.
If you are tired of waiting a full night for your batteries to be recharged, Duracell chargers are the perfect solution for you. Duracell offers four different models of battery chargers, all coming with different specificities and charging times, to ensure you will find the charger that fits your needs:
the ‘15 min Expert Charger’, the ‘45 min Advanced Charger’, the ‘1 h Multi Charger’ or the ‘Value Charger’. And because speed of charger does matter, Duracell chargers are charging faster than the best-selling competitor worldwide*.
*When using same capacity AA batteries. Based on Nielsen sales data.
At Duracell Professional we’re dedicated to providing professional power solutions for businesses with a variety of needs. We specialise in producing a range of technologically advanced batteries and battery chargers to meet the portable power needs of any organisation.