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Reasons Why It’s A Good Idea To Employ A Reconditioning Charger

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December 23rd, 2011 As increasing numbers of families make the move to re-chargeable batteries, the call for excellent battery chargers will get more significant. What is the point of employing re-chargeable batteries in the event that you’re not able to accomplish optimum recycles from them? Let’s take into account, the true reason for utilizing rechargeable batteries to start with is to try to lower your expenses and save the earth from the extreme wastefulness of use-and-throw batteries. So, how do you get the most from your nimh rechargeable batteries? I advise having a battery charger which will refresh or recondition...

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Choose The Right Batteries And Minimize The Effect Of Batteries On The Environment

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October 28th, 2011   Although many electrical items these days feature inbuilt rechargeable lithium batteries, many of the items we use such as flashlights still need to use standard 9v batteries. Children’s toys in particular seem to go through an alarming volume of batteries. There is no excuse these days.  However, having said that for not using 9v rechargeable batteries. Not only does it make sense from a financial standpoint but also from an environmental one. It normally requires a large quantity of energy to manufacture batteries in large volumes, meaning the burning of fossil fuels. The burning of such...

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Thomas Road Baptist, Liberty University Joins The List Of Rechargeable Battery Users

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October 4th, 2011 Welcome aboard, Thomas Road Baptist in Lynchburg, Virginia. Last month the tech-savvy crew at Liberty University switched their sanctuary wireless mics and IEM’s to Ansmann rechargeables. They are utilizing the 4 Energy 16′s and 48 AA 2850 mahs to drive their wireless units – and are saving a bundle on batteries.

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Welcome Aboard – Northpoint, Saddleback, Willowcreek, Grapevine

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August 25th, 2011 Every week we add new “church” clients to the list of users of our rechargeable technology. And, let me once again say “thank you” for the many happy client referrals we receive. These past couple months, we’ve had a few “notable” churches in America convert to Ansmann rechargeables. Northpoint Community Church and Ministries -  Alpharetta, Georgia Saddleback Church -  Lake Forest, California WillowCreek Community Church – Barrington, Illinois Fellowship Church and Campus – Grapevine, Texas While these “mega-churches” require a rather large number of chargers and rechargeable batteries, the technology works the same for small and medium-size...

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Getting What You Pay For with Rechargeable Batteries

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August 3rd, 2011 It never ceases to amaze me how many times I hear the following: “Well, we tried rechargeable batteries but they only lasted for 50 recycles and then they just died.” Undoubtedly, in addition they inform me they found this great deal on rechargeables and saved two dollars per 4-pk. I forgot who talked about being penny-wise and pound-foolish, but it definitely pertains to rechargeable batteries. Sure, you can check out e-bay or some other discount online store and acquire cheap, ineffective rechargeables. Or, you can spend a few bucks more and get a pack that truly works. ...

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