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Watson Compact AC/DC Charger for NP-W126 Battery

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Watson
Watson Compact AC/DC Charger for NP-W126 Battery
Key Features
  • For FUJIFILM NP-W126 Type Battery
  • Compact Design, Foldout AC Plug
  • Interchangeable Battery Plate
  • USB Port for Charging USB Devices
This versatile Compact AC/DC Charger from Watson charges NP-W126-type lithium-ion batteries via the included, dedicated battery plate. The charger runs on 100-240 VAC power, allowing for worldwide use. It features a foldout, two-prong US plug and is supplied with a European plug adapter and a 12 VDC car charger that plugs into the auxiliary power outlet. This makes it ideal for use both at home and on the road.
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will this work with new np-w126s for XT-3 ?

will this work with new np-w126s for XT-3 ?
Asked by: Vincent
Yes, this is compatible with FUJIFILM NP-W126S batteries. https://bhpho.to/2bt9fDa
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2019-05-27

What is the use of USB port on the side?

What is the use of USB port on the side?
Asked by: Sai Phaneendra
I believe it is to plug a cord into a USB charging port instead of the cigarette-lighter type port.
Answered by: Dominick
Date published: 2021-01-12

Can I charge this using powerbank?

Can I charge this using powerbank?
Asked by: Jorem
This IS a battery charger. It is not a battery.
Answered by: Mark
Date published: 2019-04-15

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Am traveling to NZ/Australia/Hong Kong; do I need a converter for this to work properly or will a (mere) adapter suffice?
Asked by: John G.
Hi there yes you will need a conventer for your charger.I use two off those for my Fuji camera system over the Europe and I'm also using conventer.
Answered by: Jaroslav N.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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will this work with the new NP-W126S batteries with the Fuji XT2?
Asked by: Yi Fan C.
Works fine for my XT1 battery. Carried it around the world and it now has a bit of a rattle, like there's something loose inside, But still works!
Answered by: David B.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Does this have any indicator of a full charge? Like, will the green light go off once the battery (126S) is full? I put my 126S in for a charge after using one bar to make sure that I would have enough power for the next day, but the battery was in the charger for over an hour and the green light remained on. Will it turn off once charging is done or do you have to put it into the camera to find out?
Asked by: Yi Fan C.
OK, thanks. The original Fuji charger has a green light that remains on while charging and turns off when finished, so I assumed that was the case with this charger as well. Thanks!
Answered by: Yi Fan C.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Will this charger fully charge the the fuji NP-W126 battery? I've heard that 3rd party chargers do not provide 100% charging.
Asked by: Fred
I have not noticed any difference in charging or performance.
Answered by: Mary H.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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I bought this charger for the NP-W126 batteries for my Fuji X-E2 and enjoyed the small size and versatility on a recent extended vacation. I just bought a Fuji X100T and was ready to buy the Watson NP-95 charge plate for its batteries but when I tried to see how easy it is to change plates, it was not. After trying to slide the charge plate off, I finally had to use a flat blade jeweler's screwdriver to pry the plate up and release the latch. Tried it several times and had to pry the plate off? Is there something I'm missing here, a simple procedure to release the plate?
Asked by: William
I checked my Watson Chargers; I have one each for the NP-W126 battery and the NP-95 battery. I my case, the plate for the 126 easily slides off pushing upwards away from the charging contacts. The plate for the 95 battery appears as if it would be removable using the same sliding motion, however, try as I might I cannot get it to budge and come free. As you might conclude from my first sentence to this reply, I find it just as easy and more convenient to just have two separate chargers (than to bother with changing plates). Hopes this helps.
Answered by: JEFF A.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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