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Battery Charger And Rechargeable Batteries

A Battery charger and rechargeable batteries are a great way to save money on batteries for all the electronics used in your home. If you can get your children involved in recharging the batteries they use in game controllers, flashlights and various other electronics they use, you will easily save more money than the battery charger and rechargeable batteries cost! That is a good ROI (return on investment).

In the following YouTube video I demonstrate how simple it is to recharge your own batteries. The battery charger and rechargeable batteries I am using are some I have had for a couple of years and were bought locally. I now have a faster smart charger and once I cycle through the old batteries I already have, I will replace them with Eneloop batteries due to the longer life cycle they have.

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Eneloop 4th generation batteries have a longer life cycle. 2100 charge/discharge cycles and they retain 90% of their charge after 1 year of storage. With me being a prepper/survivalist, both of these pieces of information are very important to me.

Battery Charger And Rechargeable Batteries

Having flashlights, radios and various other pieces of equipment are important in an emergency or a disaster. But having all the equipment in the world will mean nothing if you do not have batteries available and a way to charge them. Ask anyone who has suffered through a short term, much less a long term power outage. Batteries are gone from the stores shelves within minutes after a power outage. It doesn't matter what the cause of the power outage was. All of the batteries will be bought up within minutes after a power outage, leaving you and your family without lights and radio.

You, your wife or husband and kids will sit in the dark wondering what that noise was. Wondering if a thug, taking advantage of the power outage, is about to break in and rob you, rape your wife or worse, rape your children.

Even if nothing bad happens, best case, you will sit in the dark without a working flashlight or radio. Not knowing what has happened or how long the outage will last.

Bottom Line: Buy a battery charger and some rechargeable batteriesYou can thank me after your next power outage. But for now, take care of your family!

eneloop AA rechargeable batteries

Buy Eneloop AA Pack

eneloop AAA rechargeable batteries

Buy Eneloop AAA Pack

smart charger

Buy PS Smart Power Battery Charger for AA or AAA Batteries with USB charging port

I want you to have a quick charger for those times when resources are scarce. Like a power outage. You will not need to waste running a generator or your vehicle for several hours charging batteries.

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