Recently I was looking for a new battery charger that would handle all of the different types of rechargeable batteries I have, not including camera ones. I needed something that would handle my Li-ion/IMR/INR/ICR batteries that power my flashlights for light painting.
As well as this versatility, I also wanted to be able to easily power the charger from a 12v outlet in my car.

After some research, I settled on the XTAR D4 which is about $21.99 and capable of charging the following:
LI-ION/IMR/INR/ICR, 26650,22650,18650,18700,18500,18350,17650,17500,14 500,14650,16340,17335,20700,21700
Importantly, it also comes with a 12v adapter, so that was the second requirement covered easily, without resorting to buying a special converter.

Each of the four battery slots in the D4 is monitored completely independently, so you can charge a mix of batteries at the same time. The charger figures out what kind of battery you have, displays it on the screen and adjusts the charging profile and security shut offs accordingly. The screen also shows you a ton of other information which you can cycle though using a button on he side of the charger.
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One of the things I liked right away, and have never had on a charger like this before, was independent gauges which showed the charging process of each battery. If you have a big bucket of batteries like I do, itís great to be able to pop them in and see what levels they are at. If youíre in a hurry, you can weed out the ones that are totally dead and will take too long to charge. Seriously, this is really useful!
To me this feels like the last battery charger you would ever need to buy and $21.99 seems like a totally fair price for this kind of versatility. I highly recommended it, especially if youíre always on the go and needing that ability to use a 12v plug with it as well as the regular wall plug.

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