The Duracell Ion Speed 4000 Battery Charger offers amazingly fast charge times of just 1-2.5 hours with 4000mW of charging power for devices such as game controllers, baby monitors and more.
It recharges any rechargeable AA and AAA NiMH batteries from any brand and you can recharge 2 or 4 batteries at a time. The LED charge status indicator lets you know when charging is complete and the Auto Shutoff means you won’t use unnecessary electricity. It even has a bad-battery indicator along with nine smart safety features.
Plus, the Duracell Rechargeable Pre-Charged batteries that you recharge in the Duracell Ion Speed Series Battery Charger are guaranteed to last five years.**
The Duracell Ion Speed 4000 Battery Charger takes from 1-2.5 hours to charge your rechargeable AA or AAA batteries*
Comes with two AA and two AAA premium Duracell Rechargeable Pre-Charged batteries that are ready to use
LED Charge Status Indicators
The LED charge status indicator lets you know exactly when your batteries are done charging
We guarantee Duracell Rechargeable Pre-Charged batteries used with the Duracell Ion Speed 4000 Battery Charger for five years
The Duracell Ion Speed 4000 Battery Charger is versatile so it works with all AA and AAA NiMH batteries, and can charge two or four batteries at a time
Auto Shutoff assures you that your batteries are only charging when they need to and no excess electricity is used
Over Voltage Protection, Low (Under) Voltage Protection, Reverse Polarity Protection, Short Circuit Protection, Primary Cell Protection, Temperature Protection, Safety Timer, Charge Termination (Overcharge)
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|Ion Speed 8000 Battery Charger |
|Ion Speed 4000 Battery Charger |
|Charge Time||15-95 min.||1-2.5 hr.|
|mW Charge||8,000 mW||4,000 mW|
|Works with Any NiMH AA & AAA Battery||✓||✓|
|LED Charge Status Indicators||✓||✓|
|Number of Batteries to Charge at a Time||1 to 4||2 or 4|
|Number & Type of Batteries Included||2 AA/2 AAA||2 AA/2 AAA|
|Low (Under) Voltage Protection||✓||✓|
|Reverse Polarity Protection||✓||✓|
|Short Circuit Protection||✓||✓|
|Primary Cell Protection||✓||✓|
|Charge Termination (Overcharge)||✓||✓|
Why use a rechargeable Nickel-Metal Hydride (NiMH) battery?
Many of today’s high-drain devices like digital cameras require replacing your batteries more often than you’re used to—why not choose Duracell NiMH batteries? They can be recharged hundreds of times.
The Duracell Rechargeable AA battery is ideally suited for powering digital cameras and other devices that require a lot of power. Also available are AAA batteries, useful in small electronic devices such as MP3 players and handheld games. Duracell Rechargeable NiMH batteries and chargers offer you the quality and dependability you’ve come to trust from Duracell in a long-lasting, cost-effective power option.
Is it normal for Duracell NiMH Rechargeable batteries to become warm while charging?
Yes, it is normal for both the cells and charger to become warm while charging.
Can I charge other brands’ rechargeable batteries in a Duracell charger?
Yes, Duracell chargers will charge other NiMH AA or AAA batteries. However, Duracell cannot guarantee the quality, safety, or performance of other battery brands, so using Duracell Rechargeable batteries is recommended.
Do all batteries last the same amount of time?
No, different batteries provide different lengths of life and power output depending on the type and amount of chemicals used to compose them. Think of it like cooking a meal: Using different ingredients and amounts makes the meal taste different.
Can alkaline batteries be recharged?
Only batteries that are specifically labeled “rechargeable” should be recharged. Any attempt to recharge a nonrechargeable battery could result in rupture or leakage. We recommend that you use NiMH Duracell rechargeables. Paired with one of our different chargers, they can be recharged hundreds of times.
How do Duracell batteries affect the environment?
In 1993, we voluntarily eliminated added mercury from our batteries. Our alkaline batteries are composed of primarily common materials—steel, zinc, and manganese—and do not pose a health or environmental risk in normal use or disposal. What’s more, we are going green by eliminating PVC clamshells and replacing them with high-fiber content cards and RPET (Recycled PET) blisters. This is a complete, sustainable packaging solution, one of the best PVC alternatives available today.
As the world’s leading manufacturer of high-performance alkaline batteries, we recognize our responsibility to help protect the environment. We’re committed to designing, manufacturing and distributing batteries in a way that minimizes impact to the environment. We also participate in the Call2Recycle program to ensure the safe and proper recycling or disposing of batteries.
*To approx. 90% of full charge when using 1300mAh up to 2400mAh (included) 2xAA NiMH batteries.
**Based on charging AA batteries.
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