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Energizer Recharge® Universal Battery Charger -- 1 Unit

Energizer Recharge® Universal Battery Charger


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Energizer Recharge® Universal Battery Charger Description

  • Charges All Standard Rechargeable Battery Sizes (AA, AAA, C, D and 9V)
  • Delivers a Full-Capacity Charge to 4 AA Batteries in 3 Hours
  • Features LED Indicator Light to Show Charging Status and Auto Shut-Off

You’ll love the way the Energizer Recharge® Universal Charger can charge several battery sizes – AA, AAA, C, D or 9V. It’s the perfect charger for the family who uses all sorts of devices…and likes to save money.

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