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Panasonic Eneloop Quick Charger with 4x 2000mAh AA Eneloop Batteries $44 Delivered @ digiDirect eBay


eBay says "Free 3 day postage". May be even cheaper if you have eBay Plus, as OzBargain tells me there are a number of coupons for eBay Plus members purchasing from DigiDirect. I don't have eBay Plus, so I can't check.

Also available from Amazon AU for $42.30 delivered using "Subscribe and Save", I'm not sure if I can post "Subscribe and Save" prices as a deal: https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B077PLTNGK

It's back, the good smart "quick" Panasonic charger, with four ordinary AA eneloops (not eneloop pros).

Description copied from eBay listing:

The Panasonic Eneloop Smart and Quick Charger - BQ-CC55 with 4x 2000 mAh batteries 4-position Ni-MH battery charger can quickly, and individually charge any combination of up to four AA or AAA eneloop batteries in just 3 hours (1 to 2 AA or AAA batteries can be fully charged in up to 1.5 hours).

Individual charging means you can easily and efficiently charge from 1 to 4 cells with differing levels of remaining charge. A huge time saver!

The included batteries are Panasonic Eneloop AA (BK-3MCCE) Ni-MH batteries with a capacity of 2000mAh (typical), 1900mAh (minimal) and can be charged without problems up to 2100 times.

Key Features of the Panasonic Eneloop Smart and Quick Charger - BQ-CC55 with 4x 2000 mAh batteries

  • Individual quick battery charging technology
  • Charge 4AA / 4AAA eneloop cells in 3 hrs*
  • 4 individual LED 'fuel gauge' charging lights
  • Peak Cut 'sensing' charger technology
  • Battery sensing safety technology - auto off
  • 4 Multi-colour LED Indicator with 3 colour's.
  • Capacity and Battery Life Checker
  • 4 independent charging slot's

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closed Comments

  • Not bad

  • I had this charger and 4 x 2000mah and 8 x Pro AA's. Not even 3 years in the smart charger refused to charge the batteries anymore, showing the red error light. I would charge them in another charger, which would indicate the batteries charged. If you put the Eneloops in an Xbox controller, the controller would turn off within seconds.

    So not sure what the issue with the Eneloops was, but I have had Aldi and Energizer rechargeable's last a lot longer.

    • Sounds like your batteries had gone high impedance, probably due to electrolyte loss.

      Are you sure it was this exact model of charger? Panasonic have made several models of chargers that look the same, and most are/were dumb chargers, the type of charger that does damage batteries.

      • My Panasonic charger is a BQ-CC55

        • The BQ-CC55 is a pretty good charger, it shouldn't have damaged the batteries. Before the batteries started to fail, did you ever charge them in a different charger? The damage done by "dumb" chargers is permanent, they rupture a seal within the battery, and the electrolyte gradually evaporates away. Even a single charge in a "dumb" charger is likely to cause the seal to rupture.

          • @Russ: I have multiple chargers, but pretty sure I only charged the Eneloops in the BQ-CC55. Wasn't until I started getting errors that I tried different chargers.

  • It is showing as $59.99 for me and $54.95 after HGTSAVE

    Subtotal (1 item) AU $59.95
    Postage Free
    Vouchers/coupons -AU $5.00
    Order total
    AU $54.95

    • Wow, that was quick. When I posted the deal, it was $49 less $5.

      I've marked the deal as expired. Thanks!

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