Posted on 6/23/2009 3:31:00 PM
If you need to charge several batteries at the same time, why don't you try it this way. Plug them into a power strip. This is so much cheaper than buying the Dual Chargers usually cost over $100. With such setup, it costs you less than $40.
You can also find some power strips that the plug orientation is different than the one I have. You can plug 3 chargers to the power strip too.
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