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Freeloader AA and AAA Battery Charger

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About this product


  • The smallest and lightest (80g) AA and AAA battery charger in the world
  • Charges NiCd and NiMh AA and AAA batteries
  • Charges GPS, radios, remote controls, head torches, digital cameras etc. anywhere, anytime

Product overview

• The smallest and lightest (80g) AA and AAA battery charger in the world• Charges NiCd and NiMh AA and AAA batteries• Charges GPS, radios, remote controls, head torches, digital cameras etc. anywhere, anytime• Can be charged from the Freeloader Solar Charger or through its in-built USB connector• Charge times from Freeloader: 1 to 2 Hours (75%) and from USB: 3 to 4 hours• Includes emergency torch• Power indicator shows charging status and retained battery power• Provides power to Freeloader in emergencies through supplied cable• Built in a tough rubberised housing• Supplied with 2 x 1300mAh NiMH batteries, reducer cradle to suit 2 x AAA batteries and cable to back feed power into Freeloader

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product Very good for charging batteries while using my laptop
Date published: 2016-08-29
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Will this charge These 1/3 AAA Rechargeable Batteries for Solar Lights by Smart Solar

Asked by: Dan9
NO It is suitable for charging standard size AA/AAA rechargeable batteries only.
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2017-07-18

Hi, will this work with a 1 amp travel plug with a USB port?

Asked by: tabby
Yes, it will, however, it may be a slower charge rate.
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2017-07-03

What is the charge-capacity (in mAh) of this Freeloader?

Asked by: Mark
This isn't a battery, it's a battery charger that you place rechargeable batteries into in order to charge them, and then plug into a suitable USB port. Full Technical Specifications are as follows Dimensions: 85 x 37 x 19 mm Weight: 54 g (including 2x AA batteries) Recharged sizes: AAA, AA Battery types that can be charged; NIMH and NiCad In built connector type: USB Compatible with: Freeloader Input Voltage: 5.5v DC Description: World's lightest and smallest AA and AAA battery charger Ideal for all travellers. Charging Current: 150 – 300 mAh Control functions: Battery charge indicators giving information about the charging status of the unit and the level of power in the batteries Charging time: 3 to 4 hours from USB (full charge) 1 to 2 hours from freeloader (up to 75% charge) Supplied with: 2 x AA 1300mAh NIMH batteries 1 x AAA reducer adaptor 1 x Freeloader charging cable 1 x detailed user instructions
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2015-12-13

Can it be plugged into a usb mains plug adapter ?

Asked by: mearle
Yes it can Freeloader. Generic Specifications: -Input Voltage: 5.5v DC
Answered by: Darren
Date published: 2015-08-07

Is it a smart charger. Does it prevent overcharging?

Asked by: mearle
No unfortunately it does not have a built in cut off to prevent over charging.
Answered by: Darren
Date published: 2015-08-07

Is it able to charge iPhone 5's? 

Asked by: Adrian
This can only charge AA and AAA's, if you are looking for portable power , please see the item below which can charge items via USB : http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/maplin-portable-power-bank-10000mah-n95lh
Answered by: Neil G
Date published: 2015-07-17

can I use higher capacity batterys in this item, eg 2600

Asked by: wolfman
Yes that's fine , will just take longer to charge .
Answered by: Neil G
Date published: 2015-07-17
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