DURCEF14

Duracell Ion Speed 1000 Battery Charger

8 Hour Charging - 120 V AC, 230 V AC Input - 3 V DC Output - Yes - 4 - AA, AAA

Reg. Price $24.25

Our Price $22.45 Each

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Advanced technology recharges batteries in just 6 to 8 hours
LED charge status indicator shows exactly when charging is complete
Auto shutoff prevents using unnecessary electricity after charging
Designed for use with all AA and AAA NiMH batteries
  • Additional Info
SKU
DURCEF14
Manufacturer
Procter & Gamble
Manufacturer Part Number
CEF14
Brand Name
Duracell
Product Model
CEF14
Packaged Quantity
1 / Each
Product Type
AC Charger
AC Plug
Yes
Charging Time
4 Hour - 8 Hour
Input Voltage
120 V AC
Output Voltage
3 V DC

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Duracell Ion Speed 1000 Battery Charger
 
4.5

(based on 86 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Quick charge but long stay

I received my Duracell Charger and rechargeable batteries from Duracell not long ago. This was a particularly exciting item for me to receive, since I often blow through batteries more than I would like...Read complete review

I received my Duracell Charger and rechargeable batteries from Duracell not long ago. This was a particularly exciting item for me to receive, since I often blow through batteries more than I would like to. I don't like that on an environmental level, and I definitely don't like it for my wallet. So I was eager to see how long these would last, how fast they might charge, and how useful the charger was. Instantly, I popped it out of the packaging, stuck it into an outlet, and let it charge the set of Double A and triple A batteries. I have to say that I was thrilled it could charge both at once, as some chargers seem to only do one type at a time. I am not sure as to the exact amount of time it took to charge, but I went to do errands for a few hours,and when I returned, they were definitely ready to go and at full charge. It didn't take any longer than a cell phone might. I popped the AAA batteries into my television remote (the timing couldn't have been better since my then current batteries were dying), and the AA into one of my Wii Remotes. The TV remote is still kicking, as I expected it would, with no hiccups. Generally, the Wii remotes die in one heavy day of party games with friends, but it seems like the Duracell rechargeable batteries actually lasted a good hour or so longer. This surprised me, since I assumed that with it's ability to recharge, it would skimp on time used, but it passed with flying colors. I am willing to guess that the TV remote will last an incredibly long time as well with the Triple As, as it shows no sign of dying soon. Recharging the Double As didn't take any longer the second time, so it seems like as they progress with use and life, the batteries will not face heavy degradation. I am looking forward to seeing how long these batteries and this charger last! From what Ive read on the packaging it can last through hundreds upon hundreds of full charges, which could easily be years My only complaint for the charger is that it is a bit bulky, but I suppose it can't be helped given the range of batteries it can handle charging.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Duracell is1000 charger

Used this product for less than four months. Then suddenly, no red lights come on while plugging the device in the wall socket with batteries to charge in the charger, I need the...Read complete review

Used this product for less than four months. Then suddenly, no red lights come on while plugging the device in the wall socket with batteries to charge in the charger, I need the charged batteries for my bicycle lights, now I have to buy batteries.........did not expect this from Duracell ..........never ever buy a duracell product ever again....

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1.0

Duracell is1000 charger

By Michael

from Undisclosed

Comments about Duracell Ion Speed 1000 Battery Charger:

Used this product for less than four months. Then suddenly, no red lights come on while plugging the device in the wall socket with batteries to charge in the charger, I need the charged batteries for my bicycle lights, now I have to buy batteries.........did not expect this from Duracell ..........never ever buy a duracell product ever again....

 
1.0

The charger is a piece of .....

By AlexInNYC

from New York, NY

Comments about Duracell Ion Speed 1000 Battery Charger:

I keep getting errors when attempting to charge batteries that are only in their 3rd recharge cycle.

 
2.0

Charger dead out of the box

By Elgaelf

from Camp Hill, PA

Comments about Duracell Ion Speed 1000 Battery Charger:

The batteries seem to be OK, but our charger does nothing, no lights, nada. Duracell is1000 charger, CEF14NA4 BFP 96221751 stamped on the bottom - seems to be a cheaply made chager that cannot be opened to see if wires are not making correct contact. Disappointed.

 
5.0

Excellent Choice For Gaming

By Anonymous

from Springfield, MO

Comments about Duracell Ion Speed 1000 Battery Charger:

I bought these to use in my Wii remote control, because I found I was really going through regular batteries. These rechargeable batteries from Duracell have saved me a ton of money.

 
2.0

Too slow

By znsomerset

from Somerset, MA

Comments about Duracell Ion Speed 1000 Battery Charger:

We had an Energizer recharger before this one that charged 4 batteries in 20 minutes. Why this one takes all day, who knows? It does properly indicate an expired battery so we still use it.

 
1.0

not worth it

By Patti

from Denver, CO

Comments about Duracell Ion Speed 1000 Battery Charger:

I have had the 1000 AA battery recharger for approx 1 month and it charges the batteries...but the batteries only last 1-2 days. Not worth it.

 
5.0

Skeptical but now a believer

By lance6270

from Wylie, TX

Comments about Duracell Ion Speed 1000 Battery Charger:

At first I have had some bad luck in the past and have used another popular brand and just bought some of their rechargeable batteries a few months before. I had been happy with them for playing in the new Xbox One controller. I did find that I had to charge them every other day after a few hours of game play each day. I received the package in the mail and charged them up and put them in the controller. I have gone over a week without having to recharge them playing each day. I will defiantly buy more of these and use them in my other items that us double and triple “A� batteries such as my flash lights and RC receivers and transmitters. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Great new Duracell Charger

By McBane

from Webster, TX

Comments about Duracell Ion Speed 1000 Battery Charger:

I received the new charger from Duracell and it has easily replaced my older battery chargers. It works well with both AA and AAA batteries (2 of each, or 4 of one at a time). The batteries charge quickly and hold there charge really well. So far they are in my noise cancelling headphones and computer mouse and haven't needed to be re-charged yet. The charger also folds in half and the power prongs fold in to the body to make it super easy to travel with. Overall, a great battery charger.

 
5.0

Fantastic Little Charger

By acdcrclc

from Old Bridge, NJ

Comments about Duracell Ion Speed 1000 Battery Charger:

When you have little kids with little electronics, you go through a lot of batteries, so rechargeables really come in handy. This charger charges quickly, and the red/green lights let you know when the batteries are ready. I love how it folds up for better storage; you can also fold up the prongs when you're not using it, which is great. With other chargers of this style that I've tried, I've had trouble with the batteries sometimes falling out. That hasn't happened with this one.

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Its a charger

By deam0ngirl

from Reisterstown, MD

Comments about Duracell Ion Speed 1000 Battery Charger:

Well its a battery charger. Now don't get me wrong... I love to be able to recharge batteries. I have kids, which means we use batteries. Wii U remotes, remote cars, various games. To say the least. The Duracell Ion 4000 is a decent charger. It charges 2-4 AA's, or 2-4 AAA's, or two of each at a time. That is nice. The package comes with 2 of each size battery and you can buy additional batteries. Charge time is roughly over an hour. There is another model if you want/need batteries faster. We just bought extras so we can always have a set ready to go and charge time is not that important this way. The good thing about the charger is it accommodates this process by automatically shutting off after the batteries are fully charged. There is a light indicator that changes from red to green when they are done. The batteries that are included do come pre-charged so that is one less step to deal with. All in all its a simple charger to use and does what it is supposed to.

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