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    Buttrock Miboxer new charger release C2 4000

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    From what I can tell, it looks like this has everything I want in a charger. Resistance, Voltage, Amps, mAh. Time remaining may not be useful from what I've seen on other chargers, but it doesn't hurt as long as the Voltage can be seen while charging. The charge % is nice too.

    On second though, the LiIon charge rate is a little too low for me at 800mA. The NiMH is way too low at 350mA; I use 1000mA, even 2000mA regularly. Still a nice charger, just not something that will replace my current lineup.
    Last edited by markr6; 05-19-2017 at 06:37 AM.
    GOOD TINT!

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    Send one over and I'll review it on my channel

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    Default Re: Miboxer new charger release C2 4000

    Was mortified a week or so ago to find a decent, not that old, 18650 battery show quite a bit less than 2 volts in a flashlight (maybe left it on?). Put it in the MiBOXER C2-3000. It decided it was a NiMh/NiCd and showed ~90% charged. After a couple minutes I put the battery in an Xtar VP2. A long time later (under supervision) it was charged normal and seems to be OK.

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    Default Re: Miboxer new charger release C2 4000

    I've had the pleasure of using a MiBoxer C4 and C2-3000 and although the C4 is a pretty capable charger that has LiFePo4 capability and has four bays, it is only slightly better than my "Go-to" Nitecore chargers.

    That being said, I really like the C2-3000, especially the LCD screen and the information provided to keep me informed about the charge. Excellent charger except that it doesn't accept LiFePo4 and it is limited to two bays and it uses a 12v USB wall wart and USB cable for power. Not a deal breaker but kind of a problem if you misplace the cable? Build quality is excellent in this version and though not as flexible as the C4 it is dead easy to use.

    I see the C2-4000 is being released for testing and it has LiFePo4 capability, cool! I can't tell what power adapter is being used though.

    Finally... I have a request for MiBoxer. Build us a C4 version of the C2-4000 and I'll buy one and give away all of my Nitecore products for good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by autogiro View Post
    I've had the pleasure of using a MiBoxer C4 and C2-3000 and although the C4 is a pretty capable charger that has LiFePo4 capability and has four bays, it is only slightly better than my "Go-to" Nitecore chargers.

    That being said, I really like the C2-3000, especially the LCD screen and the information provided to keep me informed about the charge. Excellent charger except that it doesn't accept LiFePo4 and it is limited to two bays and it uses a 12v USB wall wart and USB cable for power. Not a deal breaker but kind of a problem if you misplace the cable? Build quality is excellent in this version and though not as flexible as the C4 it is dead easy to use.

    I see the C2-4000 is being released for testing and it has LiFePo4 capability, cool! I can't tell what power adapter is being used though.

    Finally... I have a request for MiBoxer. Build us a C4 version of the C2-4000 and I'll buy one and give away all of my Nitecore products for good!

    Regards,
    Auto
    The C2-4000 has a 12 volt power input and comes with a 120 volt wall adapter.

    Yes, I agree a 4 bay version would be a great upgrade for this charger.

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