Energizer Rechargeable AA and AAA Battery Charger with 4 Rechargeable AA Batteries, Recharge Value Battery Charger

(10 customer reviews)

Price: $17.36

Note: Kindly verify user manual on charging issues. Item should be charged only on standard AC outlet

Recharge Value Charger charges 2 or 4 AA/AAA NiMH rechargeable batteries. Automatic safety shut off when charge is complete

Charges 4 AA batteries in only 5 to 11 hours, an economical way to keep all your devices powered and ready to go

No more guesswork, charging status indicator alerts you when charging is complete and a bad battery is detected

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Brand: Energizer


Energizer Rechargeable AA and AAA Battery Charger with 4 Rechargeable AA Batteries, Recharge Value Battery Charger for Double A Batteries and Triple A Batteries Electronics

Energizer, Recharge and Save, Recharging Batteries, Charging Batteries, Recharge Batteries, Charged

Energizer Rechargeable AA and AAA Battery Charger

Power up with Value Charger, Easy to Read Light Indicator, Smart Battery Charger, Easy to Use

Energizer Recharge Value Charger Features

Shuts Off When Complete, Duracell, Amazon Basics, Lithium, Environmental Friendly, Recycled

Delta V Auto Shut-Off

This Value Charger automatically shuts off the circuit when batteries are fully charged.

Won't Overchage, No Fire Hazard, Won't Get Too Hot, Safety, Long Term Batteries, Long Life Batteries

Overcharge Protection

Prevents overcharging, which shortens the life cycle of your rechargeable battery.

Helps Maximize Battery Performance, High Powered, Fast Charger, Battery Life, Lasts for Years

Maximizes Battery Life

These worry-free safety features make sure that you get the most of out of your battery performance.

Charge 2 or 4 NiMH AA and AAA Batteries, 9V Recharge, D Recharge, C Recharge, AA Rechargeable

Additional information


Product Dimensions

9 x 4 x 2.13 inches

Item Weight

5.3 ounces

Domestic Shipping

Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.

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Item model number



4 AA batteries required. (included)

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

January 7, 2010




Energizer Batteries

Country of Origin


10 reviews for Energizer Rechargeable AA and AAA Battery Charger with 4 Rechargeable AA Batteries, Recharge Value Battery Charger

  1. ShengSheng

    Took this battery charger with me on vacation to China. It worked wonderfully in powering my rechargeable batteries without any glitches. I used it only with Energizer rechargeable but it will most like work with any other recharging batteries. What I like about the product is that you can fit both AA and AAA batteries for charging. It also lights up as red when charging or green when done charging. The plug in the back can be folded down to avoid it from poking out or getting damaged Please vote yes if this review was helpful to you, it helps me out a lot, and I would really appreciate it!

  2. jb

    Got these because I was tired of buying and recycling regular batteries. Use for remote controls and Xbox controllers. They last a long time if not as long as regular batteries in the Xbox controllers. Charge quickly. (I have extras in case I need immediate use and charge the drained batteries to rotate use.) So far I haven’t noticed any difference in time these hold a charge after being recharged. I have had this set and a set of 4 extras for about 3 or 4 months in which time they have pretty much paid for themselves. They are great value for the money and if needed, I will definitely purchase a replacement when necessary.

  3. Christian Acevedo

    Charger seems to work completely fine. It charged my batteries up in a few hours and, as it advertised, lit up red while it was charging and green when it was finished charging. However, the 4 batteries that came pre loaded in the charger never seemed to trigger the indicator light to turn green. I thought the charger was defective at first but a quick multimeter test showed the batteries were charged even though the charger never lit up green. It only lit up green with the extra batteries I bought that were packaged seperately. Strange design quirk, but I’d still say it’s a definite buy if you’re looking for a cheap battery charger.

  4. Yehudit

    If you have the red light problem, here’s the fix!!!When I first got mine, I put the batteries in, the red light came on and never turned green. So I put them in my device, ran it until the batteries died, then put them back on the charger. It works just fine, and I’ve recharged them at least half a dozen times now. (It’s a high drain item)So don’t worry about that initial red light. Just go on and use them and then it will go as normal.

  5. J Funk

    I bought my first set of these 3 years ago. My household uses a lot of AA batteries. I finally had to throw one away but the other 3 are still good. I now have all my battery powered devices equipped with the energizer rechargeable batteries. The chargers are durable and keep on working as they should. They work great on AAA as well. If you go through a lot of AA or AAA batteries, I highly recommend them. You will save a lot of money over time. I primarily use them in my Xbox one controllers and tactical flashlights for work. I have 2 Xbox’s that I used to use the recharge packs made Xbox. I switched to the recharge AA 3 years ago. They work so much better

  6. Josie M.

    I’ve read reviews that claimed that the green light that comes in to indicate that batteries are fully charged never turned on. The first time I charged the batteries which was immediately after opening package I left. Hanging for about 14 hours. The red light never turned green but batteries were obviously charged and lasted a very long time. The second time I charged batteries the light did turn green but I didn’t notice until about 4 to 5 hours later. They are completely charged. I would buy again and most likely will sooner than later.

  7. Donte

    People often wonder why “xbox still uses AA batteries”. To be honest, I’m not sure but what I am sure of is the fact that these batteries are great for them. You get four in the pack plus a wall charger, and they manage to last longer than it takes to charge the other pair. On average a pair lasts around 24 hours and only takes around five to six to charge. Only gripe I would have with these would be when you go to take the batteries out, the charger it’s self comes out of the wall a bit. Other than that it’s great, so long are the days of searching for batteries. Would definitely recommend to anyone who runs through batteries for one device quickly.

  8. Mickey

    Buy rechargeable batteries and help cut down on nasty used battery waste! Everyone buys alkaline batteries for flashlights and other uses that will just burn through the batteries quickly… and guess where most of those batteries end up? (In the real world very few people recycle dead batteries)If you’re constantly replacing batteries in wireless units, flashlights, and other high-drain applications buy a set of these and maybe another pack of high mAh NiMH Energizer batteries and never have to buy any more batteries again. You save money in the long run and you help to prevent countless batteries leaching toxic acids into landfills or wherever they get tossed!

  9. Thomas R.

    I have a collection of small portable radios that I use a lot and this charger and batteries have saved me a fortune. I have two of these and have used the batteries constantly because I always leave a radio playing while I sleep and I listen for many hours each day. Both chargers and both sets of batteries have worked perfectly. I dont have to worry about replacing batteries and wasting money which is a blessing! But I also bought a large 48 pack of Amazon Basic AA batteries just in case this coronavirus causes problems and we have an extended power outage. If you use a digital radio with memories and clock put regular batteries in it while youre charging these so you wont lose your settings. I also use these chargers for my Amazon Basic rechargeable AA batteries and have had no issues. Get a portable radio folks for emergencies. If the internet goes down along with the power you can still get news and info! And if you use rechargeable batteries it wont cost much to listen to it anywhere you go like fishing, the beach or on camping trips!

  10. Lynn

    We purchased this recharger (and a number of batteries separately) with the goal in mind of reducing the quantity of AA and AAA batteries we were buying in bulk at Costco. We have been successful in our goal. I will say that some rechargeable batteries do not last as long as new Duracells, but they last over a month in well-used mice and much longer on keyboards as well as in TV remotes, etc. We’ve accomplished our goal and I’m happy not to be buying more boxes of batteries at Costco every couple of trips.

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