GP PowerBank Smart Charger (1hr charging time)


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ziploc

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For those who are interested, the PowerBank Smart Charger from GP Batteries will be available in Singapore in about 2 weeks time. I've just spoken to their marketting and they said the stock is already here, and now they are undergoing testing and approval by SISIR/PUB. This fast charger can fully charge up 4 1800mAh AA batteries in 65mins and 4 1600mAh AA batteries in 60mins. See here for more details.
 

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Originally posted by Bluestrike
Mmmmm/... not bad...
the size is good enough to put into travelling bag. A good buy if one travel a lot!
One big disadvantage of the GP chargers is that they don't support 110V.
 

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Originally posted by ziploc
For those who are interested, the PowerBank Smart Charger from GP Batteries will be available in Singapore in about 2 weeks time. I've just spoken to their marketting and they said the stock is already here, and now they are undergoing testing and approval by SISIR/PUB. This fast charger can fully charge up 4 1800mAh AA batteries in 65mins and 4 1600mAh AA batteries in 60mins. See here for more details.
hmmz... sounds interestring but i keep getting the "Cannot find server" error when i try to access the link... anyone facing the same problem??
 

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Originally posted by weeguy


hmmz... sounds interestring but i keep getting the "Cannot find server" error when i try to access the link... anyone facing the same problem??
Try this link :)

BTW is this available at Mustafa or anywhere in SG as of now?
 

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Originally posted by Flare
Will it be cheaper than the Ray-o-vac? I personally like GP...
oooohhh... I saw this in Hong Kong and wanted to buy it to replace my 2 week old 2 hr GP charger. But when I picked it up, it nearly broke my wrist man. The weight is EQUAL to the ray-o-vac one.(go to Suntect and try lifting it).

Also doens't do the 9V.
 

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Saw this in Taiwan.

I must admit it it is heavy.

Selling price NT$1290. Around $65 SGD
 

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