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Genuine Pure Accessory - ChargePAK E1 Rechargeable Battery Pack for Pure Evoke-1S, Evoke-2S, Evoke Flow, Evoke Mio, One Flow and Sensia Radios

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E1
  • Easy to install – can be fitted in seconds
  • Easy to use – just fit and forget
  • Charges inside the radio, no separate charging unit required
  • Increased battery life per charge over standard rechargeable batteries, no need for throwaway alkaline batteries
  • Provides up to 24 hours wireless listening

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Genuine Pure Accessory - ChargePAK E1 Rechargeable Battery Pack for Pure Evoke-1S, Evoke-2S, Evoke Flow, Evoke Mio, One Flow and Sensia Radios + Pure One Flow Portable Music Streaming System with DAB Digital/FM/Internet Radio - Black
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Product details

Style Name: E1
  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 6.7 x 7.4 cm ; 181 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 240 g
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  • Item model number: VL-60924
  • ASIN: B000W4BEW2
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 16 Sept. 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,069 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Style Name: E1

Manufacturer's Description

Optional in-unit rechargeable battery pack, it can be fitted in seconds to provide true ‘fit and forget’ portability. Just plug your radio into the mains and ChargePAK charges while you listen for hour of portable listening. ChargePAK E1 is suitable for EVOKE-1S.

Box Contains

  • 1 x ChargePAK E-1

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    Customer Reviews

    4.3 out of 5 stars

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    378 of 382 people found the following review helpful By Mr. N. Mckenzie on 3 Jan. 2008
    Style Name: C6L Verified Purchase
    This is the updated version of the Pure battery pack, first available at the start of December 2007. I am using it with a Pure One radio.
    It is a package the same size as 6 C type batteries, with a short cable and connector at one end. You plug the connector into a mating connector inside the battery space at the back of the radio, then fit the battery pack into the battery space. This is easy to do. Once fitted, the radio operates with or without mains power being connected. Whenever power is connected, the battery pack charges up and the radio operates from mains power.
    The instructions recommend a 24 hour charge initially, which I did though the indicator suggested it was fully charged long before that.
    In use I found it lasted for about 20 hours before the radio died. The indicator sits at 4 bars for most of this time then drops off quickly. From the drained state it took about 10 hours to charge again. However, I find it easier to keep the charger at my bedside and plug the radio in each night, so it does not normally fully discharge. This way, it is fully charged by morning and can be used anywhere in the house during the day for as long as needed, without running out of power.
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    120 of 125 people found the following review helpful By Paul/Essex on 9 Jan. 2008
    Style Name: C6L
    After having replaced normal batteries a number of times, I bought this item. I also tried some of those cheap batteries from the £1 shop - lasted less than an hr (don't bother buying)!

    I am pleased with the item, however potential buyers might like to know........

    1. Once the product starts to loose its charge, it can run flat in a short space of time. I recon from three bars on the radio charge indicator to the radio ceasing to work was about 25mins. This can be a pain, so I now make sure that it is connected to the mains every couple of days...not a great problem, but buyers should be aware that the battery pack can loose its charge quickley, like its smaller re-chargeable battery brothers.

    2. (Update April 2009) When coonnected to the mains, the unit only appears to charge when down to "one bar". I had originally thought there was a problem, as connecting to the mains when only partially discharged did not initiate charging. Having used now for over a year, I understand more how the product works.

    Would I buy the item again - yes.
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    40 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Paul on 18 Dec. 2009
    Style Name: C6L
    I've owned one of these for almost 18 months. Had to reset my radio today, so removed the battery pack and was shocked to find the cell had expanded so much that its completely deformed the plastic case. I'm not going to be putting it back into the radio because I'm worried that it's unsafe. Very poor - rechargeable packs should last longer than this.
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    69 of 73 people found the following review helpful By A customer VINE VOICE on 28 Dec. 2007
    Style Name: E1
    This battery is compatible with the Pure Evoke 1S radio , it is expensive but lasts for a long time ( I had it for 2 weeks and so far no need to re charge ).

    You might need to order from the pure evoke company directly as it seems to be a shortage at present.

    It is fiddly to fit in but there is no need to remove the battery to charge it , just plug the radio the power supply and will recharge quickly.

    I wish the radio had one of these fitted to reduce the price a bit.
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    183 of 195 people found the following review helpful By Radiohead on 15 Sept. 2008
    Style Name: C6L
    I have owned the previous version (C6X) of the chargepak for around 2 years. Currently it gives around 15 minutes of play before it dies. When I called Pure's customer helpline, I explained that the product was out of warranty and that I appreciated that I would not be refunded. However, the lady who answered was quite defensive and explained that, as the product has a one year guarantee, Pure expect it to last only around 12 months. If this is so, then £30 seems a lot to pay for occasional use away from the mains in one year.

    My experience of rechargeable batteries is generally far better - mobile phones, digital cameras and multi-purpose rechargeable batteries. I feel that there must be something wrong with the chargepak if Pure have such low expectations regarding its lifetime. I also have a Pure Oasis which has given many years of excellent performance under recharging. Maybe the chargepak unit is unsuitable for the Evoke 3 in which I use it. The lady at Pure would not give me any information as to whether they had any issues with the unit, or whether other customers had cause to complain.

    I was informed that Pure have upgraded the C6X to the current C6L unit. When I asked, the lady at Pure said that this unit too was expected to have an approximate life of one year.

    I consider the chargepak to be an expensive waste of money and, judging from the above conversation with Pure, a product designed to last only one year.
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    46 of 49 people found the following review helpful By J. Byron-Jones on 3 Dec. 2007
    Style Name: C6L Verified Purchase
    An excellent, efficient and certainly less expensive method of running a
    truly portable radio. Operates like a dream.
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    28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By P. Coombs on 9 Dec. 2009
    Style Name: B1
    I find it difficult to understand why some reviewers have found it so dificult to fit this item. Please believe me that I am not trying to appear "smart". Yes, it could be better designed but it took me less than two minutes to fit and required no special tools. The connector is perfectly adequate and the pins wont bend if the connector is aligned properly before it is pushed into place. The operation just needs a bit of patience and some thought about what you are doing.

    The following technique worked for me: Place the radio face down on the lap or a firm surface with the battery compartment open. Hold the battery pack horizontally just above the battery compartment using one hand. With the other hand, bend the connecting cable vertically downwards and bend the connector end of the cable back to the horizontal again (away from the battery) so that the cable forms a "Z" shape. The cable will stay in this shape and it is easy to hold the battery in one hand and align the plug correctly against the pins on the connector in the radio. Unless you have large fingers (in which case use a small flat screw driver blade or similar) push the plug firmly into place on the connector using a finger tip from your free hand. This does not require undue force. Finally, twist the cable into place so that it forms a neat loop between the end of the battery and the radio. I had no difficulty getting the lid of the battery compartment to slide back in place.

    So why only 4 stars? Because the battery pack should be included as part of the radio, not an additional item. Overall, the battery pack has made using the radio far more flexible for me and I would recommend it. The signal level is not very good in some parts of our house and the battery pack makes it really easy to move the radio about to find a suitable location with a reasonable signal level.

    I have been using it for about 2 weeks now and it seems to be maintaining charge well.
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