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Set Green Cell GC VitalCharger charger and NiMH batteries 2x AA 2000mAh 2x AAA 800mAh

Green Cell
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  • Thanks to the built-in USB-C and micro USB ports, the charger can be powered by all the most popular types of power supplies and power banks.
  • The 4-channel power system allows you to charge 1 to 4 AA and AAA batteries simultaneously.
  • 4 LEDs clearly inform about the battery charging status.
  • The charger ensures compatibility with all AA and AAA batteries.
£11,95

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The necessary set for every user
of battery-powered equipment.

Features VitalCharger

Micro USB and USB-C ports
-for fans of classic and modernity

LEDs for information
about the charging process
and the condition of the batteries

Charging from one
up to four AA and AAA batteries

The well thought-out design prevents the battery from falling out and enables
easy insertion and removal

Durable casing
made of ABS
equipped with
non-slip
elements

The choice is yours

GC VitalCharger can be
used with any source
power supply, regardless of whether you have a mains charger
, car charger,
laptop or power bank

Just plug it into the port
USB, and the charging process
will start automatically.

Accumulators
Charged!

Compatible with following battery models
    Compatible with following devices
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      Technical specifications
      Power:
      0.5W
      Voltage:
      1.5V
      Amperage:
      1.2A
      Number of cells:
      4
      Cells technology:
      Ni-MH
      Condition:
      New
      Colour:
      Black
      Warranty:
      12 Months
      Manufacturer:
      Green Cell
      Type:
      AA / AAA
      Return policy:
      up to 30 days
      Protections:
      thermal, overvoltage, short-circuit
      Product code:
      GRSETGC03
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      Frequently Asked Questions
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      The symbol AAA(R03) and AA(R6) indicates the battery size.
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      Alkaline batteries are disposable - once used up, they cannot be recharged. Lithium batteries, on the other hand, are rechargeable batteries. Put simply, when they are discharged, they can be recharged. This means that one and the same battery can be used for several years!
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      Power Delivery is a fast charging technology. Put simply, chargers that support this variant automatically select the right charge for the connected device, ensuring fast and efficient charging.
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