Make substantial savings with rechargeable batteries

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The advantage of rechargeable batteries is that they can be recharged and reused up to 1,000 times.

Buying rechargeable batteries and a charger can keep money in your pocket. Savings of up to £650 per year can easily be made through using rechargeable batteries in a digital camera – and that’s including the cost of the batteries, charger and electricity! Remember that’s 1p – 2p to recharge 4 rechargeable batteries! Compare that to the cost of 4 alkaline batteries… we’ll leave you to do the maths!

And don’t forget, in the average household there’s an average of 25 battery powered appliances!

Greater efficiency and performance
Rechargeable batteries can be recharged up to 1000 times! This results in far greater cost and power efficiency per battery compared to alkaline batteries.

Rechargeable batteries will outperform the best alkalines in high-drain appliances such as digital cameras. Rechargeable technology has greatly improved over the years and is now leading the way for camera enthusiasts who require performance and reliability.

With rechargeable batteries, you no longer have to remember to buy new batteries. Just imagine if you could not charge your GSM (mobile phone) battery. You would have to go shopping several times a week to buy a new battery.

By having just 2 sets of rechargeable batteries you can have a spare set ready to use all the time so you will never run out! Rechargeable batteries will replace ordinary batteries in almost any appliance.

They are of the same size as conventional batteries and are ideal for solicited or "energy-consuming" devices such as a Walkman, a portable CD player, digital cameras, radio cassette players, remote guided toys, electronic games, portable telephones, electric razors…  

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