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TJUGO Battery charger with storage, gray-green

Price $ 24.99

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Frequent user of traditional batteries? Reduce costs and waste by switching to rechargeable. This charger shuts off when the batteries are fully charged – practical storage without the risk of overheating.

Article Number104.351.77

Product details

8 separate charging channels make it possible to charge 1-8 rechargeable batteries at the same time, and to mix AA and AAA batteries.

This battery charger can also be used as practical storage for your batteries when you are not using them.

When batteries are fully charged, this battery charger switches to stand-by charging so that you can store your batteries in the charger if not using immediately.


Iina Vuorivirta

  • The charging time varies depending on your batteries.

    IKEA recommends LADDA rechargeable batteries.

    Special waste handling may be required. Please contact your local authorities for more information.

  • Material
    Polycarbonate/ABS plastic

    Remove the socket from the power outlet before cleaning.

    Wipe clean with a dry cloth.


Length: 5 "

Width: 1 "

Height: 5 "

Cord length: 4 ' 11 "

  • TJUGOArticle Number104.351.77

    Width: 5 ¾ "

    Height: 2 "

    Length: 7 ½ "

    Weight: 15 oz

    Package(s): 1


Value.DonaSafe, reliable, and at 1/3 the price of the competition. This is a second unit in our house, as we have changed over everything to rechargeable.5
Compact, easy to use - (but the older one was better)MarkSuper simple. Compact. Does not get hot. Only one light, blinking = charging, solid = done. The previous one showed the state of each battery, but it was finicky to get them charged.5
Great productSarahWe loved this product it can charge different sized batteries5
Love TheseSarahHave two and charge all my Ikea's and envelopes in them with no issues.5
Works great. Needs a few improvements.ChukaWorks great, and I like how it looks somewhat discreet like a book once the cover is closed. If I had a few suggestions on how to improve the design, it would be nice to have separate LEDs for each battery and/or have the charging indicator visible when the case is closed by adding a little cutout window.4
Battery ChargerJohnI purchased this charger along with 4 AA and 4AAA batteries. Just what I needed very happy with my purchase.1
These are excellent rechargeable batteriesAlexandriaThese are excellent rechargeable batteries that have impressive battery life.5
Perfect battery charger!DeannIt couldn't be easier to stop throwing away batteries! Just pop in the the rechargeable AA or AAA batteries and they are quickly ready to go. I'll never be out of batteries again!5
Nice but some shortcomingsAndrewThe status lights are not visible when case is closed. The batteries apparently charge independently? But there is no separate status for each battery. Wish there was an on/off switch so I didn't have to unplug it every time. Also wish it was wall mountable.4
Just Plain GreatMargieOkay, I liked that it had a dust cover so I bought one on a whim, got it home looked thru the info found out it has a keeper function so that once the battery is charged it will keep them ready, went back and got another. It holds both AA and AAA, now if my Ikea could only get the 3As in....5
looks goodSuannelooks good5
Value.DonaSafe, reliable, and at 1/3 the price of the competition. This is a second unit in our house, as we have changed over everything to rechargeable.5
Initially I thought this productRyanInitially I thought this product was pricey but it is worth every penny, the cable provided means you aren't tether to the wall and the versatility of charging both AA and AAA makes it so convenient to charge multiple products.5
Stopped chargingCindyThe charger has been in use since 2nd week in July and stopped working 1st week of August 2022. I am not happy with the performance of product.1
charging since 48 hrs......red blinkingJohannacharging since 48 hrs......red blinking light never disappears1
Best Batteries chargerAndyCan change 8 AA or 8 AAA at a time. Unfortunately have one indicator if it has 8 indicators to show the charging status of each battery that will be perfect.4
easy to useShannonI used to place in a child's toy. When the battery ran down I put it back in the charger. It came out good as new 3 hours later. Nice case.5
Nice product, but the pins for AAA bent inCharlesMost of the pins for the AAA position bent on mine, so I can only use about 3 of the 8 to charge AAA batteries. Other than that it's quite nice for the price. I would recommend individual position LEDs but that would probably bring the price up.3
Ok I thinkMoCharges them but manual clearly says if flashing white led it means still charging and white led not flashing means fully charged. I’ve left the batteries in for over 24 hours and still same white led flashing. Used the the batteries and seemed fully charged because each AA battery is equivalent to 1.25 Volts and when I put in meter it read 4.10 Volts for 3 AA batteries. So I must of purchased one that is a fluke but will keep it though.2
Good value.KirkWorks well for both AA & AAA. The size is compact, so stores nicely and doesn’t stick out like a sore thumb when out and being used. The self-diagnostic feature that checks the batteries for damage or excessive age/wear is nice. My only complaints are the 10-12 hour charge time for full charge and the fact that you cannot see the charger’s status LEDs when the top is closed. A simple window to see the LEDs or a translucent top would be nice.5

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Rechargeable batteries – a great swap for you and the planet

We want to help everyone enjoy a better everyday life, without compromising the conditions for the planet and future generations. A step in that direction is our new range of rechargeable batteries which can be used repeatedly. Benefits are that you always have working batteries and don’t have to buy new ones so often, while reducing waste and the environmental impact. Convenient for you, better for all of us.

TJUGO Battery charger with storage, gray-green

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