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Rechargeable Batteries

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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14 Responses to “Rechargeable Batteries”

  1. Annie says:

    I own flash lights which I use just about every day. So I’m assuming flash lights are high drain devices. So even if I don’t use all of my flash light all of the time, I should buy an ansmann rechargeable batteries. I understand the that they don’t have memory effect and they have a recharge life of one thousand times. But I’m still not clear how that compares to other types of rechargeable batteries in terms of the number of charges?

  2. Dorathy says:

    I have found all of your blogs on rechargeable batteries, refreshers and lithium batteries over the past few months have been very interesting. You do great work on your blogs and I look forward to reading more from you in the future. I enjoyed this part but I do agree that you should view part one first because if you don’t you might be a tad bit confused at this one.

  3. Thelma says:

    This was a very interesting blog and you were right if you didn’t view the first part it might not make sense to watch this one first. You do a great job on your blogs and I have learned a lot about batteries from your posts. I had not used rechargeable batteries much before reading your blog but ever sense then I have been using them in everything. Thank you for opening my eyes.

  4. Lucille says:

    Rechargeable batteries have become a necessity in my house, when you have small children with a lot of toys and you have big boys with a lot of electronic toys you need rechargeable batteries or you would be buying batteries all the time. Thank you for all of your articles regarding rechargeable batteries and charges and all the other accessories I have found lately.

  5. Patricia says:

    That was a great video I missed part one of this but I wish now that I had seen it as well. This was very informative and I appreciate the fact that you pointed out the good and bad of each, not just the good in hopes of getting more sales on the batteries you are selling. Thank you for your honesty here, will there be a part three?

  6. admin says:

    If you use the flashlight everyday, use the high capacity batteries for the longest runtime.
    Ansmann provides the highest capacity and more importantly – the most recycles

  7. Angela says:

    This article was just as interesting as part one was. I had no idea about nimh and lithium batteries until I read this blog. It isn’t very common for battery companies to discuss the batteries in the depth because most people don’t know what lithium or nimh really is. Thank you for this information it will be very helpful when I am trying to pick the batteries out that I want.

  8. Allen says:

    You have done a great job on both part one and two of your blog. Will there be a part three in this series? Who would have thought that rechargeable batteries were something that could be discussed in such detail? Thank you for all of this information and again great job.

  9. Denise says:

    After watching this video, I think it would be best for me to follow the advice of the narrator on the video who mentioned the small portable charger. I know I want a high capacity charger and a low capacity that doesn’t heat up the batteries, but what I need to know is whether these portable chargers are sold as both high and slow capacity. I only need to charge AA and AAA batteries with trickle charge.

  10. Steven says:

    I have watched your video and you are right you really should watch the first one before you watch this one, but either way it is still a very educational blog post and I am glad that I watched it. I did learn quite a bit from this article and I now know what batteries I should buy for what to get the best optimization.

  11. Gabriel says:

    Thank you for posting this information I was very curious about these batteries because I have purchased some before and they didn’t last very long when they had to be recharged. So I just figured that I had the wrong kind of battery for the use I was using it for. You have confirmed that what I was thinking was right and I did have the wrong ones.

  12. admin says:

    “High capacity” chargers refers to the number of cells you need to charge at one time. It has nothing to do with the charge current of the charger. A good portable charger would be the Zerowatt 4 charger that will charge 4 AA or 4 AAA’s

  13. admin says:

    Part III is now up and running

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