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NITECORE intellicharger vs. digicharger

Old 11-07-15, 04:05 PM
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NITECORE intellicharger vs. digicharger

The digicharger has the obvious advantage of the LCD screen, but is there any advantage that the intellicharger has over the digicharger?
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Old 11-09-15, 08:41 AM
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I have the NITECORE intellicharger and it did not come with a DC cord to use in a car unlike my understanding of what is in the Digicharger box.

Even with the improved status of battery charging with the Digicharger, I would still only charge Lithium batteries in my presence.
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No advantage of the iX over the DX Nitecores, AFAIK except price and simplicity. I have the i2 and D2, and the D2 uses the more accurate NiMH charge method dv/dt. I put my i2 away for a backup and use the D2, which may seem more complex, but also has selectable charge currents. I believe the 4bay units complicate matters by sharing the charge currents among pairs of bays. There are in-depth reviews available on the web.
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Originally Posted by Litespeedlouie View Post
No advantage of the iX over the DX Nitecores, AFAIK except price and simplicity. I have the i2 and D2, and the D2 uses the more accurate NiMH charge method dv/dt. I put my i2 away for a backup and use the D2, which may seem more complex, but also has selectable charge currents. I believe the 4bay units complicate matters by sharing the charge currents among pairs of bays. There are in-depth reviews available on the web.
Thanks for the useful information.
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