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How to Use Pale Blue Earth Batteries for Outdoor Activities

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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...

Pros and Cons of USB Rechargeable Batteries

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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...

How to Recycle Lithium Ion Batteries

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It is safe to say that batteries have changed the world. Having the ability to take electricity with you wherever you go is one of the things that makes it easy to stay on-the-go in...

What COVID-19 Has Taught Us About Reusable Resources

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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...

The Unsustainable Impact of Alkaline Batteries

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Single use alkaline batteries still dominate the market even though rechargeable options are available. Unfortunately, alkaline batteries impact our world in numerous ways. Many of their impacts are considered unsustainable. That is one of the...

Should You Switch to Reusable Batteries?

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We make no bones about the fact that we manufacture and distribute state-of-the-art USB rechargeable batteries. We make batteries so the world can have fewer batteries. We are the battery company who wants you to...

3 Main Battery Types: Alkaline, NiMH & Lithium Ion

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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.


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