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Thread: soshine sc-s7 or nitecore i2?

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    soshine sc-s7 or nitecore i2?

    trying to decide which charger to get...

    soshine sc-s7 or nitecore i2?

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    Soshine mix sc-s7 for the win

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    That model of soshine is limited to one battery at a time where as the nitecore seems to be able to charge two at a time. If i had to pick it would be the soshine..
    personally i have the soshine S1-mixIII (V3) (from supersport600) excellent high value charger, has all the safety feature u could ask for, can charge up to 2x18650 and 2x18350 at the same time (or sizes in between).

    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/280916095...84.m1497.l2649
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    You want the sc-s3 MAX.

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    I have this. Its awsome. It charges my batteries.
    Ultrafire CR123A 3 0V 3 6V Battery Charger WF 138 | eBay

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    Oops yeah that's the one sorry my bad- the one neofelis said

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    My soshine charger just arrived, I went with the cheaper 2 battery one from Supersports600

    Gutted when I opened it and discovered it can't charge 18350 or 18490. That will teach me to read the descriptions more carefully

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkhorsefkn View Post
    My soshine charger just arrived, I went with the cheaper 2 battery one from Supersports600

    Gutted when I opened it and discovered it can't charge 18350 or 18490. That will teach me to read the descriptions more carefully


    Dont give up on it?? Make a couple of spacers that will take up the extra space. A piece of dowel and a couple of thumb tacks with a wire bridge.
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    This is the type of thing you can use. Easy enough to make or heaven forbid, buy!!!


    Battery Spacer for Bio & Xtar WP2II Charger - EVcigarettes.com
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