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Rock On with Lithium-Ion Batteries – Literally!

There is a guy in Central Florida who was just recently turned on to our USB-C 9V batteries. He is a musician. He plays the coolest Martin guitar. It is an acoustic- electric with a...

Is It Time for a USB-C e-Bike Charging System?

We are on record as being big fans of the new USB-C cable and charging technology. We have written a few blog posts about it, and we have begun making the conversion for our own...

Battery Form Factors: How Many Do You Have in Your Home?

A couple of months ago, we published a post that discussed various battery form factors. The post talked about 9V batteries, AAAs, AAs, etc. Thinking about form factors was intriguing for the simple fact that...

Ditching Disposables: A Mindset, Not Just an Action

One of the marketing taglines we associate with our brand is 'ditch disposables'. But for us, the concept is more than just a clever statement to sell batteries. It is actually a foundational part of...

5 Things to Know About Charging Lithium-Ion Batteries

  The main advantages of rechargeable batteries are saving time, waste, and money. Disposable alkaline batteries are a one-and-done product; you use them once and throw them away and each use requires another purchase, more...

Why Would a Manufacturer Choose 9V Over AA Batteries?

  We carry all the most popular form factors for consumer batteries here at Pale Blue Earth. Two of our biggest sellers are the AA and 9V USB-C rechargeables. Strangely enough, if you were to...

The 6 Parts That Make Up a Typical Lithium-Ion Battery

We would expect that most consumers pretty much don't care how lithium-ion batteries are built. They don't care what's in them or the mechanics that make them work. All they care about is that their...

Form Factor Isn't the Only Difference Between Battery Types

As battery makers gradually roll out new USB-C models, there has been greater discussion about different form factors. The most common form factors for consumer batteries are AA, AAA, C, D, and 9-volt, although there...

Making the Case for Replaceable Batteries on the Golf Course

If you are not an avid golfer, you might not know the sport has gone electronic. The days of heading to the course with little more than your clubs and a bottle of water are...