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What to Look for in a Rechargeable Battery Charger
If you use a lot of different batteries on a regular basis, consider purchasing a rechargeable battery charger that features multiple docking stations. Besides considering the types of batteries you'll need to recharge, look for the following options when shopping for the best rechargeable battery charger:
Automatic Shut-Off - Many smart chargers have a built-in automatic shut-off feature that turns the charger off once the batteries are fully charged.
Trickle Charge - If you leave the batteries on the charger after charging is complete, this feature will periodically top off the charge so your batteries will be at full capacity once you remove them.
LCD Indicator Lights - The best rechargeable battery chargers include LCD indicators that will keep you informed about the charging process.
Quick Charge - If you don't have time to wait, a quick charge feature will use a high burst of energy to charge your batteries faster. While the charge may not last as long as a slower charge, you may only have to wait a few minutes instead of several hours for your batteries to fully charge.
Overheating Detection - This important safety feature will automatically shut off charging if it detects your batteries are beginning to overheat.