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    Safest Charger --- Giveaway from XTAR



    Dear AV Friends,

    How is everything going on?
    We really appreciate it that XTAR products are well received by users.
    It's our great honor announce that we are going to giveaway our great products just as we had promised.
    So, here comes the giveaway!

    How to join?
    Make comments on "What do you expect the most in a charger?"

    What you will get?
    Click here: VC4 Charger

    Giveaway will end on 5th July. Winner will be chosen by Random.org.
    Winner will be announced on 7th July.

    So everybody, click in.
    Cease the chance to win.
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    I will join this competition.

    I want a charger that I trust to safely charge all my batteries. 26650, 18650, 18490, 18300. With two of us vaping I need a 4 slot charger.

    I like functionality that shows the remaining charge left in the battery and how long each charge takes.

    I already use xtar chargers.
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    4 slot, safe, fast and reliable.
    Last thing i need is for my house to catch on fire using an inferior charger.
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    What do I expect from a charger?

    Safety first and foremost always when it comes to charging, but quality and useful functions such as LCD displays that give correct real time information about the state of charge and useful things like that. Also support for different size and formats of batteries, mostly different sizes though as all of mine are lithium based.

    Not only for my ecig's but also for all my LED torches, and my family also all have powerful bicycle lighting for safety which use 18650. Thank you also for a competition with a chance to win such a charger.

    Good luck to all the other entrants too.
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    thks Dalork who doesn't need a new xtar charger
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    I don't have a charger so don't really know what to expect. However I do expect a charger to be safe and user friendly.
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    Like the above comments, safety and versatility. Few chargers I've seen fit only one type of battery which is near unhelpful. Also if the charger doesn't overheat unnecessarily I can stop worrying about exploding batteries I guess.

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    thanks for the competition!!

    i would expect a charger to stop charging once the battery is charged.
    to be safe and easy to use for everyone from newbies to experienced users, no fear of fire would be top of the list actually.
    to be clearly marked what batteries it can re-charge.
    multifunctional for different sizes

    thank you
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    Safety and ability to charge many varieties of batteries.
    LED display for status of batteries charging.
    Thx for the chance to win

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    Definitely safety first and foremost and i want something thatll fit a bunch of different sized batteries, also different types.
    Also something that comes with an aussie plug!
    Peace, YNWA
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