Did you have any issues with screwing them into the charger? That's the only thing I didn't like about these, the charger. I thought the threads were totally wrong on one of them, and I was going to have to return it. So I decided to try screwing one of my cig style bats on it. It screwed it and seemed to loosen up or clean out the threads a bit. It's almost like you have to "break in" the chargers. Mine screw in easier once I used them several times. Still, the charger could use some remodeling for better quality but mine seem to work ok now.
DAV "button" question
No issues screwing them into the chargers at all Cruel.
The battery in the green one reached full sometime overnight, as its light was out.
Both DAV's are now running great!
KY-Rob sir you've gotten a lot of great answers so far, will only touch up on two questions-
1. The same amount of power is used in the off and on settings of the DAV, which means very little. Whether on and not in use or off it's really more like a standby mode on a phone, meaning it's using the bare minimum power but that's it.
4- When the light on the slim line goes solid green, it's charged. If the slim line is flashing from green to rred it's around 80%-85% charged.
Thanks for clearing that one up for me Morandir, I always thought it was charged once the solid green light shut off on the DAV. Never bothered to look at the chargers light.
Originally Posted by Morandir835
Yup, the DAV button light goes out before it's actually fully charged but the slim line will go green on a full charge just like with any other battery. It can seem confusing at first but I kind of like how it goes through the stages (DAV light on, DAV light out, and finally Slimline Green). Gives me a better idea how far along it is.
No problem CrueLworLD sir. :)