EBL 2800mAh Ni-MH AA Rechargeable Batteries (8 Pack) and Battery Charger with 2 USB Charging Ports
The Highest Capacity, 4/6/8 Ni-Mh Ni-Cd Aa Aaa Rechargeable Batteries, 2 Usb Charging Ports, This Multi Purpose Battery Charger, Rechargeable Aaa Battery Charger
What We Like
- Short circuit and input voltage detection automatically stop charging when voltage up to 3.4V
- 2.8V DC output shorten the time of charging offering conveneince
- Ideal for charging smartphone, iPad or other USB device
- Batteries do not hold charge
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What buyers say about EBL 2800mAh Ni-MH AA Rechargeable Batteries (8 Pack) and Battery Charger with 2 USB Charging Ports
The environmental impact is the only thing that is stopping me from using this device, I like the design of the charger dock and it allows you to push the batteries out rather than having to destroy your finger nails to get them out of other batteries.
I have been using this for a couple of weeks now and I have to say it has been pretty good for what I need to do with my laptop and my phone at the same time.
I have been using this for a couple of weeks now, and I have to say, it is a pretty good battery for the price, and it does last at least as long as the single use batteries you can buy at the store.
My original review is below the line, so I have changed it to 3 stars, and the seller stands behind their products and issues a full refund after we discussed the issues.
I have to let them charge overnight to be certain they are full, but they do work well, and I think the indicator lights worked as they should, red-orange at first then green a few times.
Is it dual voltage?
It's only 120v but they are amazing.
Is there a difference between the two usb ports? 2.1a and 1.0a are listed. Will this affect their use?
Smaller devices, like bluetooth headsets and watches can charge at 1.0 Amp, but larger devices, like phones and tablets will charge much faster at 2.1 Amps.
Does it discharge batteries?
There are other models that will discharge batteries, but the EBL808U is the only one that does not.
Is the intellectual cut-off charging method the same as the surge protectors?
I would consult the manufacturer for cut-off info when the lights are fully charged.
I connect the batteries and it takes more than 6 hours and doesn't change to green or yellow, is it normal?
It takes up to 10 to 12 hours to charge if the batteries are close to being dead. However, these will last much longer than other brands that I have ever used.