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Why Are There So Many Different Battery Form Factors?

It is less confusing than even 70 years ago. Today's consumers have to worry about only five battery types for electronic devices: AA, AAA, C, D, and 9-volt.

The Incredibly Versatile USB Port – We Take It for Granted

The Incredibly Versatile USB Port – We Take It for Granted

Top 4 Benefits of Rechargeable Batteries

We believe that rechargeable batteries are not only the wave of the future, they are the present as well. Our goal is to eventually see single-use batteries replaced entirely by rechargeables. We are doing our...

How to Get Completely Off the Grid

Back in the late 1990s, the world was grappling with the unknowns of a computer-driven society turning the page from 1999 to 2000. What was dubbed the 'Y2K' problem became a worldwide phenomenon and the...

Pros and Cons of USB Rechargeable Batteries

We are on a quest to serve as a catalyst in getting the world to shift away from using single-use ‘disposable’ batteries with the introduction of our USB rechargeable batteries. We are fully committed to...

What COVID-19 Has Taught Us About Reusable Resources

The world at large is learning a lot of lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic. We are learning how valuable relationships are. We are learning that it is possible to spend more time at home with...

3 Main Battery Types: Alkaline, NiMH & Lithium Ion

There are three primary battery types available for consumer use. They are alkaline, nickel metal hydride (NIMH), and lithium ion. Learn about the pros and cons of each.