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Archive for March, 2012

Rechargeable Batteries

Thursday, March 29th, 2012

We’ve just posted Part II of  “Learning the How and Why – Before You Buy” video series – choosing the best rechargeable batteries for your applications.  In this section we deal with the differences between high-capacity rechargeable batteries, low discharge batteries, nimh and lithium batteries and discuss the strengths and weakness of each.

We encourage you to first view Part I before tackling this section. There are also some introductory savings coupons at the end of this video for first-time users of rechargeable batteries and high quality Ansmann battery chargers.

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Rechargeable Battery – Finding The Best Rechargeable Battery

Tuesday, March 27th, 2012

We’re continuing to expand consumer education of the effective use of the rechargeable battery in a new 3 part video series just released yesterday.  In Part I, we explore the differences between high drain and low drain devices as well as understanding run-time, pattern of use, and cost comparisons to alkaline batteries. We’ve also included a helpful link for a “Rechargeable Battery Checklist” which makes it very easy to categorize electronic devices for those who are looking to make the switch to rechargeables.

Although we’ve found that most people  make the switch to rechargeables do so by first using them for one device, this informative video explains how easy it is to convert your entire household, business or organization over to rechargeable batteries.  In Part II and III we explore the different types of rechargeable batteries and how to choose the best charger.  Feel free to pass it on to your family and friends.


Coin Cells, Button Cells and Hearing Aid Batteries At Horizon Battery

Tuesday, March 13th, 2012

Our inventory of specialty cells has grown to include the most common size coin cells, button cells and hearing aid batteries.  The Ansmann Brand guarantees freshness and high performance.  If you have a car remote, digital scale or other electronics then you know how important it is to stay stocked in the proper sizes of these specialty batteries.

Alkaline and Lithium Button Cells

Alkaline and Lithium Button Cells

We offer both alkaline and high-power lithium coin cells as well as zinc-air hearing aid  batteries in all standard sizes.  You’ll find our prices to be less than what you would pay in the hardware or DIY store down the street.

Next time you place an order for rechargeable batteries or battery chargers, be sure to include a few of these specialty batteries – this way you’ll get them shipped inexpensively.

Lithium Batteries Now Available at Horizon Battery

Tuesday, March 6th, 2012

We’ve added several types of primary batteries to our arsenal of products. The Ansmann Extreme Lithium Batteries are sure to be a winner for those who are looking for high quality lithium batteries. These batteries last 7X longer than standard alkaline batteries and are much lighter.  Another benefit is that our lithium batteries have a shelf life of over 10 years.

Lest you forget, we still advocate the use of rechargeable batteries whenever possible.  Over time, a rechargeable battery will still be the best money saving (and planet-saving) investment you can make.

So, when should you use a high-capacity lithium battery? We recommend using them for outdoors devices  – particularly those exposed to low temperatures. The new Ansmann lithium batteries have a use range of -40°C and +60°C.   Therefore, the Lithium Battery is excellent adapted for outdoor use such as weather stations, thermometers, etc.

For those of you that are not able to remember to change your smoke detector batteries every six months, then consider a lithium battery.  Remember, we still recommend you check your batteries every six months and use a low-self discharge rechargeable battery like the Max-E batteries.

Whether to use a primary lithium battery versus a rechargeable battery will always come back to price, convenience, and conscience.  To buy a battery charger will always cost a little more up front, but in the long haul, you’ll save big time.

The new AnAnsmann Lithium Batteriessmann Extreme lithium batteries are available in AAA, AA and 9V. The AA lithium batteries are available in either a 2 pk or 4 pk blister.  9V’s are available in a 1-pkblister and the AAA’s are available in a 2-pk blister.

Finally, you’ll love the pricing.  For years, Energizer and Duracell have been charging outrageous amounts for lithium batteries.  For example, you’ll find Energizer AA’s going for around $6.25 for a two-pack.

We offer Ansmann lithium AA’s 2-pk  for only $4.99  Our 9V’s and AAA’s are also comparable in price – so be sure to check them out.


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