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I recommend that you use a charger that charges nimh type batteries if you have a an old charger that charged nicad batteries I would not recommend this type of charger as the charging rate is different to the modern type I hope this helps
25 Jul 2014 by S. jankowski
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I purchased my batteries for a tin opener. But if the product is designed to work with rechargeable batteries they should be fine.
31 Oct 2014 by jack frost
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Are these NiMH? 31 May 2014
Yes, they are. I am using them in a 6-battery pack (7.2 v.) for a hand-held radio transceiver, and they work fine.
1 Jun 2014 by John H Stacey
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There should be no issue as long as the charger States can charge NimH batteries.
31 Mar 2015 by iCell Media
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58grams
12 hours ago by Graham
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Haven't got a clue, these are the first that I have bought in UK since coming back from the USA after fifteen years away.
20 May 2015 by DON THE ONE
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1.2v
26 Oct 2014 by emma burke
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Don,t see why not,my phone uses rechargeable batteries,Cheers
16 Oct 2014 by Amazon Customer
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I dont see why they cant be. They are like the ones already in a phone
16 Sep 2014 by David Haslam
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I dont know, i thought cordless phones sit on a base that charges the batteries
7 May 2014 by L. Brown
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