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VIVID Paradise - AA USB Rechargeable Batteries

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Limited Edition Artist Series Batteries

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Fast Charging Lithium Battery
1000+ Charge Cycles 
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Convenient Micro USB Charge Port
Just plug any micro USB cable or use the included cable to charge four batteries at once.
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Built-In LED Charging Indicator
Paleblue Batteries let you know when they are fully charged.
Battery icon with shield On-Board Smart Technology Provides Safe Charging
No more batteries ruining expensive electronic devices!


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Limited Edition Artist Series

Limited release artist designs on our lithium USB rechargeable batteries.

Our AA batteries feature a mirco-USB charging port directly in the battery so you can charge up using any micro-USB cable or our included 4-to-1 cable.

Fully charged in under 1 hour.

With our advanced lithium rechargeable technology, Paleblue batteries charge 5x faster than conventional Ni-MH rechargeable batteries. Paleblue batteries provide higher power and more consistent output through their use cycle.

A Sustainable Battery Solution

One Paleblue battery can replace up to 1,000 single use batteries. That's over 50 pounds of batteries that won't end up in a landfill.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Bradley Sweet
First Time User Experience

We are using these for 3 wireless microphone kits we use while livestreaming high school sporting events. We have only covered 4 events since purchasing them. With alkaline batteries, the usage indicators on the mics are pretty accurate, so we know when to replace the batteries. With the Pale Blue batteries the usage indicator shows 100% until the moment they die, leaving us scrambling to replace them in the middle of a live broadcast.

For right now we are replacing them after 7 hours of usage (roughly 2 events) and recharging them. Long term we believe they will work out once we get more disciplined.