Heil I’ve just checked and the seller has only one left at the moment
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On 3 Feb 2018, at 19:43, pete gurney <pete@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
i thought some people might be interested in a battery charger that i came
across by accident which is very accessible.
it's called the esyb e4, it has 4 charging slots for all sizes of round
batteries, will charge NI-MH NI-CD AND
RECHARGEABLE Lithium BATTERIES.
it automatically recognises which batteries are put in each slot and where it
becomes so accessible is that you can
download an app for both Apple and Android devices which uses bluetooth to
connect to the charger and you can then
check everything about the charging state of the batteries.
you can check the percentage of charge on each battery, what ampage they are
being charged at and quite a bit more, if
the batteries are capable of being charged at a quicker rate you can tap on
that slot number and all the options will
come up and any ampage you can't use will be greyed out, but if the battery was
being charged at 1amp and they could be
charged at 2amps that button will be available for you to tap on to change the
the app is 99% accessible with the only thing i had a problem with is if i tap
on the bluetooth button in the app and
the charger isn't connected to the app a message will pop up telling you to
press the bluetooth button on the charger to
make a connection but i was unable to get rid of this message with voiceover
turned on so you have to turn off voiceover
do a one finger swipe to the right which closes the message and then turn on
voiceover again and then everything is
accessible with voiceover again.
the reason i thought this was such a good find is that there are sellers
selling this on amazon in packs of ten for
around £1000 and more but the url below will take you to the page of a seller
that is selling an individual charger for
£14.99 with free delivery.
when you compare this to the specialist talking battery chargers which cost
£100 plus this is a great buy and allows
you to access far more information about the batteries you are charging.
here is the url and i believe they have 14 left at this time.
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