DCD charger with LCD capacity indicator_Designed and made in china

ShanghaiAndy

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Now it is avaliable in this addresshttp://auction1.taobao.com/auction/0/item_detail-0db1-c6f6f2b1942c3512e43f3b659af29899.jhtml

the full image


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another color:
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the back

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well made
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for temperature alarmer
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the name card
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the standby picture
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the realtime indicating 1


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realtime indicating 2
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realtime indcating 3

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realtime indicating 4

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some other pictures. if you understand Chinese.

http://club.pchome.net/topic_2_5_257668__.html

and now in China it is sold for 178 RMB, half a year to exchange and one year to repair free if it went down.

anybody interested, I would like to introduce it more .
 
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jusko

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I guess it has all the functions of the LaCrosse BC900 and Maha C9000 except charges in a slower rate. But at this price, we can't expect anything more.
 

coppertrail

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How much would it cost us in USD (+ shipping)? Also, what's up with the 6 mo./1 yr. turn around times? There are clear and white pictures, what color is the charger?
 

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Hello Chris,

It looks like it is offered in two colors, translucent and white.

Today's conversion puts 178 RMB at just under $23. I am not sure what shipping costs would be. I just purchased a meter from China and was charged $15 for shipping. I think that would be a maximum amount, but don't know for sure.

Tom
 

ShanghaiAndy

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firstly , I would like to thank all of you to read this post.
secondly, i'd like to answer all of your questions.

Mr. justko ,yes you are right. but the charging rate is variable automaticly acording to the quartilies of the batteries, when the battery is now good,Angeleyes can charge it at a lower rate ,when the battery is good , Angeleyes can charge it at a larger rate,with the maximum rate can be up to 1A.

Mr. coppertrail, firstly ,i can say that you can exchange and repair it in the period for any times.Secondly ,why not trust "made in China" stuffs? today ,almost every sanyo and sony charger is made in china! And we can assure you that it is much much more durable than you thought. :)
We have two optional colors for the angeleyes.Accroding to the marketing experience, young people like the clear one,and elder people like the pearl one.

then ,the shipping cost, it is as follows:
 

coppertrail

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Hi Andy -

I didn't mention anything about not trusting "Made in China" goods :) Actually, I have a couple orders on the way from DealExtreme.com.

The way I took it was that if you wanted to exchange it, it would be 6 months before you received the replacement, and if you sent it back for repair, you wouldn't get it back for a year.

Now I understand that you can have it exchanged if it goes bad within the first 6 mo. If it goes bad between 6 mo. and a year, you can send it in and have it repaired, and there is no warranty after 1 year. Am I correct?

Your post got cut off. How much are the shipping charges to the US?

Thank you!

Chris
 

ShanghaiAndy

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hi ,coppertrail, i have got it . :)

I am afraid that the shipping cost would be expensive for the stuff. for EMS ,the shipping fee would be 192 RMB every 500 g.
and the Angeleyes would be about 150g ,so with the package, 2 Angeleyes would below 500g.----i am sorry for it is so expensive!

if anyone intrested , i would like to put it in Ebay.
 

ShanghaiAndy

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and the comprehensive review would be on the road.

Presently ,anyone intrested can ask questions about it , i am glad to answer them.
 

coppertrail

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So charger + shipping, at today's exchange rate, would be around $41 USD . . .
 

coppertrail

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I agree with the testing idea. It would be a wise idea to "donate" one unit to a forum member who would comprehensively test the charger and provide a review.
 

khclamps

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If you send these items by China Express ( a coorporation founded by CHINA POST AND TNT),the freight fee is about 120RMB for 500g weights.

so the total cost will be 298RMB,equal to $ 38.30USD( exchange rate on 3 Feb,2007)

it sounds good to send some units to forum members.

May everything goes well.
 

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The metal screw holding the plastic housing and circuit board looks too close to one of the 100AC-240AC power prongs. Do you think there is no safety issue to that?
 

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verge said:
..The metal screw holding the plastic housing and circuit board looks too close to one of the 100AC-240AC power prongs...
I dunno...separation looks OK to me. Could be further but I don't think 220V (120V here) is gonna arc across that gap. Both prong and screw look pretty firmly attached...
 
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