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#1 (permalink)      11/17/2017 1:33:21 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Charger or discharger?
When i put the batteires on it, and don't connect it wth the current, the "charger" turns on using battery's energy. U put 4 batteries in it, respecting the right poles, and after a while them were all completely discharged. I'm trying to put them in the opposite side, to see if it works. Any suggestions?
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I'm just bumping this because i could use a new, not too expensive harger. Just waiting for some replies.
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#3 (permalink)      11/18/2017 1:52:51 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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I just need one more flashlight. Just one. Honestly. :D
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It's made with all the care and attention to detail that a $6 retail price entails. Probably lacks any blocking diodes to prevent reverse current flow, probably isn't even 4 independent bays. Perhaps I'm being harsh and it's just simply fucked.

As a general note, never leave batteries in a charger unless they are charging, and certainly don't deliberately put them in with a reversed polarity. If you want to store batteries when not in use, the little plastic cases are cheap, or often given away free when you buy batteries.
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#5 (permalink)      11/18/2017 3:07:35 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Ultrafire...All I need to know.

Don't be so damn cheep folks, this shit could burn ya house down.

The old I4 Intellicharger is cheap as chips nowadays and while not fancy, will still work nicely.
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The old I4 Intellicharger is cheap as chips nowadays and while not fancy, will still work nicely.



+1

Mine is almost 4 years old and still works great.

I just need one more flashlight. Just one. Honestly. :D
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airbagz wrote:

The old I4 Intellicharger is cheap as chips nowadays and while not fancy, will still work nicely.



+1

Mine is almost 4 years old and still works great.



Yuppers. Mine is around 4yrs old too.
I don't use it much since I got the Opus, but it still works fine. :)

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anybody an idea about this one SKU 8054200? Never used their batteries and don't have a clue about the quality of their chargers.
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