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  • Universal voltage range: AC100V-240V
  • Individual charge circuit for each battery to be charged (Single Battery Charge compatible), and it is able to charge up to Four Batteries at the same time
  • Detect charging situation, automatically cut off system after charging completes
  • Automatic cut-off system against overheat
  • Fool-proof against misplacement of batteries in wrong poles
  • Can charge the different size, element, capacity battery mixed at the same time
  • 6 Months Warranty
  • Freebie: 3 way plug suitable to Indian standards

Description of Maxis Green Magic All Battery Charger

This product is called GREEN MAGIC , because once you buy this magical product, you would practically need no new Battery to purchase from market, you can recharge dead NON Rechargable batteries for up to 20 times, over & over again.

This charger any user could recharge the used dry battery as Alkaline, Carbon-zing, Oxyride, Ni Zing as a rechargeable battery with no safety concern It has a Micro Processor to detect the element, temperature, size, pole, capacity and charging time of the battery for deciding the different way of charging.
For avoiding any miss-use the 4 slots could independently charge different type, different size and different capacity batteries at the same time.There are billions used dry battery in the world could be re-used. All the battery with different material could be re-charged by the Maxis Green Magic.

Another similar product http://www.theweb2u.com/battery_xtender_deta...tm

How it can be done

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http://skeptics.stackexchange.com/questions/477...

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This product is called GREEN MAGIC , because once you buy this magical product, you would practically need no new Battery to purchase from market, you can recharge dead NON Rechargable batteries for up to 20 times, over & over again.
https://cdn1.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_eek.gif first time saw this kind of product VU

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Hws this possible….
Mech, Chem engineer pls clarify…..

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rajdesidime wrote:

Hws this possible….
Mech, Chem engineer pls clarify…..


I have no idea.. I am not an engineer. But i remember giving shock to dead batteries in school. They used to work for some time after that.

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Impossible…..

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DEAL$TER wrote:

rajdesidime wrote:

Hws this possible….
Mech, Chem engineer pls clarify…..


I have no idea.. I am not an engineer. But i remember giving shock to dead batteries in school. They used to work for some time after that.


Even i remembr that…we used to place dead batteries in sunlight for sum time after which thay used to wrk for 10-15 mins..

Bt here claim is much bigger..I nly want to kno hw it wrks..

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Another similar product http://www.theweb2u.com/battery_xtender_deta…tm

here u go.. seems its possible

http://mods-n-hacks.wonderhowto.com/how-to/rech…

http://skeptics.stackexchange.com/questions/477…

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So far, this appears to be a Yes, provided one has the right tools.

I was first going to look at the chemistry involved, but figured it would be easier to just look at one of the top hits for chargers claiming to do this and examine its patent.

One such device is the Battery Xtender.

I searched for patents containing “alkaline battery recharger” and came across a few. I wanted to try to figure out which one was responsible for the “patented technology” claim in the link above. I simply searched the applicant’s name and “battery xtender” and got it on the first hit: JD Pfeiffer of Quebec, Canada, owns the trademark to Battery Xtender, and his patent application was granted under US Patent #5,543,702 (LINK).

You can read the patent, which contains circuit diagrams and descriptions of preferred current supplies and test methods to determine when charging is completed.

Now… does it work? I can’t be sure without testing one, but one of the requirements for a granted US Patent is utility — it has to be useful (LINK). A charger that doens’t charge is not useful. Assuming the US Patent Office is doing their job, the data provided by the applicant with the application showed that this device was useful!

You do have to jump through some hoops for this — charging alkaline batteries requires that they not be depleted. Here’s a page from their manual (LINK):

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10rs k battery recharge karne k peeche 400 rs ka recharger na kharab ho jaye.. https://cdn1.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_biggrin.gif https://cdn2.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_toungueout.gif

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Bought it whether it works or not….Hope it will.

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I cant believe this- do you want exploding batteries in the house? This is shocking. People want to buy this product just because it is 60% cheaper and then want to charge non-rechargeable batteries!!!

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Ranga wrote:

I cant believe this- do you want exploding batteries in the house? This is shocking. People want to buy this product just because it is 60% cheaper and then want to charge non-rechargeable batteries!!!


I am also not sure but have u gone through the links i posted?? Seems it can be done and there are more such products in the market.

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Ranga wrote:

I cant believe this- do you want exploding batteries in the house? This is shocking. People want to buy this product just because it is 60% cheaper and then want to charge non-rechargeable batteries!!!


I am also not sure but have u gone through the links i posted?? Seems it can be done and there are more such products in the market.


Answer me a simple question- Would you risk exploding batteries in your house? Patents can go to hell, safety of family comes first.

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be assured that your family will be safe. It not an atom bomb. And yes i have tried giving a shock to a dead battery in a class full of children. It doesnt burst taht easily. I have even tried burning a battery. Didnt burst.
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Ranga wrote:

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Ranga wrote:

I cant believe this- do you want exploding batteries in the house? This is shocking. People want to buy this product just because it is 60% cheaper and then want to charge non-rechargeable batteries!!!


I am also not sure but have u gone through the links i posted?? Seems it can be done and there are more such products in the market.


Answer me a simple question- Would you risk exploding batteries in your house? Patents can go to hell, safety of family comes first.


You do realise this cheap charger isnt the only things ‘explodable’ in your house, dont you?

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Vatsan wrote:

Ranga wrote:

DEAL$TER wrote:

Ranga wrote:

I cant believe this- do you want exploding batteries in the house? This is shocking. People want to buy this product just because it is 60% cheaper and then want to charge non-rechargeable batteries!!!


I am also not sure but have u gone through the links i posted?? Seems it can be done and there are more such products in the market.


Answer me a simple question- Would you risk exploding batteries in your house? Patents can go to hell, safety of family comes first.


You do realise this cheap charger isnt the only things ‘explodable’ in your house, dont you?

Would you still knowingly risk your family/ home just because you are getting something “cheap” at 60% off. Have you fallen over your head? Name me a few other “things” that are explodable? A gas cylinder? Well a gas cylinder doesnt explode when it wants to. Do something wrong and it will. So heres my next question- if someone wants to sell you a gas cylinder at 60% off but it is manufactured in a shady factory. Would you buy it? He also tells you there are a couple of patents in his name and it can be done a cheap manner. Would you buy it?

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bhai i have never heard of a battery bomb. If thats what u mean. And yes i buy gas form a shady company because i dont have a connection.

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bhai i have never heard of a battery bomb. If thats what u mean. And yes i buy gas form a shady company because i dont a connection.


You havent answered my question. But anyway this is a waste of time as logic/ reason never work in India- especially in front of something offered at 60% off.

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Ranga wrote: You havent answered my question. But anyway this is a waste of time as logic/ reason never work in India- especially in front of something offered at 60% off.


I dont have a single equipment that uses a alkaline battery. I live a company guest house and dont watch tv. I would have tried it otherwise. Did i answer your question??

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lol…you want to charge a non rechargeable battery..best of all..it may explode…it depends on how long do you try or struggle to charge..for few minutes, it may not explode..but if you try to charge for hours, then please remove all flammable products from the room…

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leave it dimers….jisko lena hai loo
mai toh nhi le rha..

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rajdesidime wrote:

DEAL$TER wrote:

rajdesidime wrote:

Hws this possible….
Mech, Chem engineer pls clarify…..


I have no idea.. I am not an engineer. But i remember giving shock to dead batteries in school. They used to work for some time after that.


Even i remembr that…we used to place dead batteries in sunlight for sum time after which thay used to wrk for 10-15 mins..

Bt here claim is much bigger..I nly want to kno hw it wrks..


that sunlight thing works for it because after the battery have exhausted, the resistance across both the terminals is large enough for battery charge to move through it..but on heating, the resistance reduces..so for a while, the charge starts flowing again till it reaches another level of resistance…

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lol…you want to charge a non rechargeable battery..best of all..it may explode…it depends on how long do you try or struggle to charge..for few minutes, it may not explode..but if you try to charge for hours, then please remove all flammable products from the room…


Check out these reviews for similar chargers. I too found out that they exist today only.

http://www.ephotozine.com/article/elonex-revive…
http://the-gadgeteer.com/2010/06/23/battizer-al…

All i want to say is that if we dont know about something it doesn’t mean that it can’t exist

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do you really expect it will charge Rs 10 battery (or Rs 4 per battery of shopclues https://cdn3.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_lol.gif ) even single time..if yes, then those rechargeable battery manufacturers selling those batteries at over Rs 100 per piece will go bankrupt..

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My dad has always maintained that it is possible to recharge non-rechargable batteries, but not all batteries can charge.

However, when we last tried putting a normal cell into a charger, it started leaking with mild krrrr noise and spoiled my charger.
So, I am not putting any non-rechargable cells in any charger hence forth.

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DEAL$TER wrote:

tusharsethi90935 wrote:

lol…you want to charge a non rechargeable battery..best of all..it may explode…it depends on how long do you try or struggle to charge..for few minutes, it may not explode..but if you try to charge for hours, then please remove all flammable products from the room…


Check out these reviews for similar chargers. I too found out that they exist today only.

http://www.ephotozine.com/article/elonex-revive…
http://the-gadgeteer.com/2010/06/23/battizer-al…

All i want to say is that if we dont know about something it doesn’t mean that it can’t exist


any one on dd who has previous experience with this kind of stuff? tempting to buy…will do if any one gives a review!

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Ranga wrote:

Vatsan wrote:

Ranga wrote:

DEAL$TER wrote:

Ranga wrote:

I cant believe this- do you want exploding batteries in the house? This is shocking. People want to buy this product just because it is 60% cheaper and then want to charge non-rechargeable batteries!!!


I am also not sure but have u gone through the links i posted?? Seems it can be done and there are more such products in the market.


Answer me a simple question- Would you risk exploding batteries in your house? Patents can go to hell, safety of family comes first.


You do realise this cheap charger isnt the only things ‘explodable’ in your house, dont you?

Would you still knowingly risk your family/ home just because you are getting something “cheap” at 60% off. Have you fallen over your head? Name me a few other “things” that are explodable? A gas cylinder? Well a gas cylinder doesnt explode when it wants to. Do something wrong and it will. So heres my next question- if someone wants to sell you a gas cylinder at 60% off but it is manufactured in a shady factory. Would you buy it? He also tells you there are a couple of patents in his name and it can be done a cheap manner. Would you buy it?


Well, I don’t think it would explode but it sure can leak and ruin your TV remote.

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