TJUGOBattery charger with storage, gray-green

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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.

The charging time varies depending on your batteries.

IKEA recommends LADDA rechargeable batteries.

Designer

Iina Vuorivirta

Article Number104.351.77
  • Polycarbonate/ABS plastic

    Wipe clean with a dry cloth.

  • By creating products that help people minimize waste, we contribute to enabling a more sustainable life at home.

Measurements

Length: 5 "

Width: 1 "

Height: 5 "

Cord length: 4 ' 11 "

  • TJUGO
    Battery charger with storageArticle Number104.351.77

    Width: 5 ¾ "

    Height: 2 "

    Length: 7 ½ "

    Weight: 15 oz

    Package(s): 1

Reviews

4.4(11)
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 inCharles S.Most 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 thinkMo M.Charges 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
Compact and nice lookingKathleen B.I like that it will charge even non Ikea batteries . I will be happier when the LADDA batteries are back in stock though because that’s the only battery that will work with the IKEA lantern I bought this charger for.5
I use a lot of rechargeable batteries and this works greatMarkI use a lot of rechargeable batteries in all kinds of items . And this one works fast and easy.5
convenientJACQUELINEThis is convenient as it holds 8 batteries, however, not sure how long it takes to recharge them. Left batteries in for over three hours, charging light was still pulsating. I'm saying YES to the recommendation, but only due to the convenience.4
Easy to useNaneyThis charger is easy to use and will also indicate when a battery can no longer be recharged.5
Excellent chargerdjMinWahThis works great as I'm slowly converting my alkaline battery collection to rechargeable, both to stay green but also it saves on having to buy new batteries over time. I like that it holds up to 8 batteries and will tell me if a battery is bad. It's simple to tell when it's charging or not charging although it doesn't give indication to which batteries are charged and which are not. Great price as well. Recommended.5
Excellent Battery ChargerKirkkI have several of these and use them with rechargeable AA and AAA batteries from Ikea, Amazon, and Eneloop. Works great with every battery I've put in it. Stops charging once the battery is charged so you can store the batteries in here without worrying about overcharging. Great value.5

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Sustainable life at home

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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