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Each channel of our smart chargers operate independantly and protects against over-charging, eliminating the hassle assosiated with recharging batteries.
Independant channels allow you to charge a single battery, or up to several batteries at a time. efficientliving.com recommends that you leave a few spare batteries in the charger when not in use to ensure maximum charge.
With our smart chargers and low discharge batteries, there are only benefits to switching from alkaline batteries to rechargeable NiMH.
Ready to use out of the box and low discharge make these the most easy to use rechargeable batteries.
Our NiMH rechargeable batteries are the perfect replacement for alkaline batteries. Our batteries pay for themselves after two uses, are long lasting, and are a low cost investment that quickly sees large returns.
Our NiMH Low Discharge Ready to Use batteries eliminate most of the hassle from traditional rechargeable batteries by letting you use them immediately and by keeping their charge longer than a year. Don’t fret over recharging stored batteries again.
Low Discharge Ready to Use batteries will hold 85% of their charge over a full year.
Alkaline batteries that end up in landfills are crushed, leaking their contents into the landfill and possibly contaminating local areas and water sources.
While alkaline batteries now contain very low quantities of mercury, they still contain trace amounts of mercury and this along with other toxic chemicals are a hazard that is easy to avoid. Many areas such as the state of California and many areas in Europe have required alkaline batteries to be recycled but because there are little resources for recycling and because recycling alkaline batteries costs the consumer money, few alkaline batteries are recycled.
NiMH batteries are much easier to recycle and because they last a long time, much less waste is created. NiMH batteries are easy for consumers to recycle because this type of battery is easy to recycle into new batteries and there is wide support for accepting these batteries.
It’s easy to feel good about using NiMH batteries because they save you money while helping to cut down on toxic waste.