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Rechargeable Batteries

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    How many of you use rechargeable batteries?

    If thought about it I think its better to use rechargeable batteries, simply because when a battery dies down you can recharge it, which would save money on buying new ones every time.

    I have one question though, if you do purchase rechargeable batteries with a charger, can you recharge any rechargeable batteries in the charger of just the same ones which are with the charger?

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    Rechargeable batteries are a good option, and in the long run you do save a lot of money because you dont have to purchase new batteries.
    Im not actually sure whether you can use any rechargeable battery in any charger, but I am assuming you can.

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    I use rechargeable batteries for camera and flash. The chargers can be used the same type of battery types. There are three types basically - NiCd, NiMH and Li-ion. If the charger was for NiCd battery, you could charge any NiCd battery of any manufacturer but that charger must not be used to charge the other two types of batteries.
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    Good thread and thanks to the answer from J4K about the different types of bateries for chargers, because I didnt know that there were three diferent types of charageable batteries and they cant be charged in just any charger. I also use chargeable batteries for my camera.

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    the charger will be rated for some types or rechargeable cells. these you can recharge using it. this rating will be mentioned on the cover of the charger, or the accompanying documentation, or on the charger itself. Cheers!

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    Ive never used rechargeable batteries, when a battery dies I just purchase another one. Batteries dont get used as much in my house, for my remote the batteries last a good 3-4 months and for a clock I would say 6-8 months or even more.

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