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5 Tips for Getting the Most From USB Rechargeable Batteries

We love USB rechargeable batteries. We think you should too. USB rechargeable batteries keep single-use disposal batteries out of landfills. They save resources, money and time. There are so many good reasons to go rechargeable...

Top 3 Reasons to Choose Rechargeable Batteries This Christmas

Single-use batteries are, by definition, disposable products. You use them once and throw them away. A rechargeable lithium-ion battery can be charged up to 1,000 times. 

Top 5 Things You Might Not Know About Lithium

Finally, the actual word 'lithium' comes from the Greek word 'lithos,' which means 'stone'. We assume it was so named because of the abundance of lithium in igneous rock.

4 Must-Have Accessories for USB Rechargeable Batteries

4 Must-Have Accessories for USB Rechargeable Batteries

Top 10 Best Uses for Rechargeable Batteries

You would probably not be surprised to learn that we are big fans of rechargeable batteries. Making and selling rechargeable batteries is what we do. But what about you? Are you as big a fan...

Which Types of Batteries Last the Longest?

There is a small, electric device that sits in a corridor at England's University of Oxford. It is known as the Oxford Electric Bell. It is a battery-driven device that has been operating continuously since...

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 Use Pale Blue Earth Batteries for Outdoor Activities

You love to get outdoors. A good day for you is spent hiking, cycling, or otherwise being active. It goes without saying that you depend on batteries a lot. As fellow outdoor enthusiasts, we get...

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.