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Battizer Battery Charger: This Charge Goes to 11

by Lambert Varias
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Battery chargers are a dime a dozen, but when was the last time you heard of one that can fill up a battery to a higher capacity than when it was brand new? Supposedly, with the Battizer battery charger, the “capacity of recharged batteries normally exceed original manufacturer’s capacity.”

Battizer battery charger

It can fully charge/übercharge AA and AAA zinc carbon, alkaline, NiMh and NiCD batteries in as little as 15 minutes; a “technologically advanced microprocessor chip” ensures that batteries won’t heat up or overcharge while being Battized.

Battizer has a comparison of their gadget’s performance versus other chargers, specifically against “Best-Selling Charger” and “Popular Brand Charger”, and the Battizer beats both of them in terms of charging time and cost per charge. Of course we can’t verify this claim, so take it with a grain of salt. You can order the Battizer at its official website for $67 (USD).

[via AVING USA]

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