Xtar MC1 Battery Charger.
● Reverse-polarity and shortcircuit protection circuit
● Three-stage charging and 0V batteryactivation
● Micro USB port to supply power for the charger/includes cable
● Adopts IC temperature monitor， avoid over heat
● Small charge current when start to charge
● Compact size， portable
● Low heat design
Input 5.0V DC/500mA
Constant current output 500±50mA
Termination Voltage 4.20±0.05V
Termination Current <40mA
Apply to 10440/14500/14650/16340/17500/17670/18350/18500/18650/18700/ 22650/ 25500/26650 3.6V/3.7V batteries.
Posted by Skeeter on 14th Apr 2016
Bought this with a few 18350 cells. The charger works as should, only small things I'm not fond of but willing to overlook them due to size/price :) mine stops at 4.25v, and has a strong spring to hold big size cells but barely grips smaller cells like an 18350. If I hold it "upsidedown" with a 18350 cell in it, it would fall out by itself. Best left to charge on a table/surface.
Posted by Brad on 30th Mar 2016
I bought this charge because I wanted something really small for travelling and it's perfect (I use a Pila charger at home). It fits all of the necessary battery sizes (I use mostly 18650s and 26650s) and uses a standard mini-USB cable for charging so I can use my cell phone charger and just travel with a single charger. However, it does charge very slowly (I believe 0.5 amps). That's good for a better charge, but not so good for time. It's perfect for my use.
Posted by Unknown on 20th Mar 2016
A small charger that works great and is highly portable - it would fit in your shirt pocket fairly inconspicuously! The slider moves freely and cinches up nice and snug to the battery. Batteries charge fully in good time. A nice charger, happy with it, no problem recommending. And a shout to some good customer service here...I ordered 2, was shipped one, contacted RTD and within 24 hours had a tracking number with the missing item shipped. Good CS should be praised!
Posted by Barbara Lambert on 20th Aug 2014
My purchase was based upon an in-depth review I read at:
It has lived up to that review.
All prices are in USD.