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A: A Smart Chip or Integrated Chip guarantees each device (regardless of manufacture) gets optimum power for the most efficient charging.
A: Each device can accept different Amps. Apple devices charge using up to 2.4 Amps, while most other Android and Windows devices charge using up to 2.1 Amps. This is what makes the Smart Chip Technology important. Popular Mechanics chargers can automatically detect what power output your device needs and automatically regulates the power flow.
A: No, our cleaning spray composition is designed for removing oil, dust and fingerprints on any of your devices without causing or leaving a scratch. It will also give it a good polish with the use of the special microfiber cloth provided.
A: As a Licensee of Hearst, PM-Gear makes quality, durable, and reliable products. We stand behind our products for all manufacturer defects with our 2 year Limited Warranty. If your product breaks due to a manufacturer defect, simply return it to the warranty center. If we determine it has broken due to a manufacture defect, we will either fix it or replace it. Scroll down to the bottom of the page for more warranty information.
A: Yes!! You can also purchase from any of the retailers listed on our website.
A: The power cable is located in the underside of the ReCharger. Locate the plastic cover and follow the printed instructions on how to open the lid.
A: The ReCharger does not have a power button. It turns on when it is plugged in and turns off when unplugged.
A: The red LED light indicates that the ReCharger is on and ready to recharge your batteries.
A: There are two simple tests to verify if the charger is functioning properly or not. If it passes the tests below, then the charger is working as it should.
1. Put a NEW (fresh from a packet) AA alkaline battery into the charger. After a short while, the green light should turn ON constant indicating the battery is detected as “FULL”.
2. Put a known good-condition NiMH AA rechargeable battery into the charger. The green light should be blinking away for at least 10 minutes, indicating that the battery is recognized as “rechargeable” and charging continues until the battery is fully recharged.
A: Batteries are not included.
A: The ReCharger is only compatible with US 110-120 voltage.
A: Once the battery is fully charged, the ReCharger shuts off the current to the battery to avoid overheating or overcharging. The ReCharger will remain powered on until it is unplugged.
A: The ReCharger can charge up to 4 batteries at a time.
A: The ReCharger will charge almost any brand of battery, including generic ones, as long as it is the correct type and size, as follows:
A: Solar light batteries that are NiMH or NiCd are compatible with the ReCharger.
A: Charging is complete when the green LED light is solid (no blinking).
A: Always test your batteries in the tester slot (left most slot) before charging.
A: We recommended you remove and use the batteries as soon as they are fully charged, or wait to charge them for when you need them.
A: There is one 9V battery slot located in front of the 1st (far most left) slot.
Note – do not place a 2nd battery in slot #1 when charging a 9V.
A: The first (far most left) slot is the tester slot.
A: Yes, the ReCharger detects type & size to provide the needed charge for each battery.
Note – never charge more then 4 batteries at a time.
A: There are many factors that impact charging time, including battery type, how much power remains and the capacity of the battery.
Charging time can be 2 hours up to 17 hours, depending on these factors.
A: Depending on the above factors, the following are averages to consider. Remember that any additional charge, is better then just throwing out a disposable battery.
A: There is no specific duration for how long the batteries will hold the charge since each battery is different in chemistry, configuration and brand.
A: Check that the ReCharger is powered on (red LED light should be on).
A: There are two simple tests to verify if the charging is functioning properly:
A. The ReCharger is designed to continuously run tests as the batteries charge. If the device determines that the batteries are faulty, it will stop charging and the light will turn off. The battery will still have power and may test as showing charged, but the voltage is considered unstable and the battery will not last long. Batteries like this, should be properly disposed of to avoid leakage.
A. The ReCharger uses a process called ‘top-up’ or trickle charge. When charging an alkaline battery, the ReCharger will safely bring the voltage higher than the 1.5V of a normal alkaline battery. Over time, this will settle down to 1.5V and will eventually drop below 1.5V after the battery has been recharged multiple times.
As a Licensee of Hearst, PM-Gear makes quality, durable, and reliable products. We stand behind our products for all manufacturer defects with our 2-year Limited Warranty. If your product breaks due to manufacturer defect, simply return it to the warranty center by first submitting the below form. If we determine it has broken or malfunctioned due to a manufacturer defect, we will either fix it or replace it at no charge.
You do not need to register your product, it is automatically under warranty. You will be required to show your proof of purchase to file a warranty claim. Our warranty covers products with a manufacturer defect. Our warranty does not cover outside influence that occurs due to standard wear and tear, misuse, neglect, or accident. To submit a claim click below.