There is a new product on the market designed for people who want C and D rechargeable USB batteries but can't find them. It is a spacer that allows you to use AA and AAA batteries in devices that take C and D cells. Here's the thing: you don't need spacers when you buy batteries from Pale Blue Earth. We have all the most popular form factors – including C and D.
We will try to explain it without getting too scientific. But again, remember that our USB-C rechargeable batteries are available in all the most common form factors. We have C and D batteries for your flashlights, clocks, and other high-capacity electronics.
Here’s a few things to consider if you are on the fence about these spacer products.
Battery Storage Capacity
Say you have a flashlight that takes two D batteries. You do not have USB rechargeable batteries, and you don't want to buy alkaline batteries. We commend you for that decision. Alkaline batteries are not the best decision. Still, you see the price of a two-pack of USB rechargeable D batteries, and you don't want to spend the money. You decide a spacer is a wiser investment.
We would encourage you to step back and rethink your decision. You’ll be giving up a lot of capacity if you go with the spacer, which might leave you hanging in a time of need.
Accessories for Accessories
Modern life gets pretty cluttered, and it seems that accessories for products create a lot of the clutter. I wouldn’t claim that batteries are purely accessories, but certainly they are not the product in and of themselves. If you need accessories for your batteries for your products, then the clutter may not be worth it.
Charge 1000+ Times
Our USB-C rechargeable batteries can be recharged 1000+ times. Compared with single use alkalines the return on your investment is only a few recharges. This means you can save a lot of money over the life of the battery and use your products quite guilt-free since the incremental cost of charging our C and D batteries is under a penny.
Get Stocked up Today
In closing this post, we are now in the midst of the 2022 holiday shopping season (at the time this post was written). We encourage you to get stocked up on your batteries sooner rather than later. The closer we get to the end of the year, the more difficult it is to guarantee available inventory and also delivery in time for Christmas.If you've not yet tried rechargeable lithium-ion batteries, why not make the leap now? We are fully confident that once you see how well our USB-C rechargeable batteries work, you will not even think of going back to alkaline disposables.
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