New Technology:Recharge Non-Rechargeable Batteries

Saving Mother Earth got another boost with this new technology as we can recycle our old batteries and cut down waste.

It used to be that non-rechargeable batteries are thrown away but now a ReZap Battery Engineer can give those batteries a new lease of life.

According to the company, the device recharges any regular batteries using its intelligent microprocessors and software that can detect the type of battery and determine the charging algorithm.

It works for AA and AAA size type of batteries. The packaging comes with a converter just in case you have C and D sized batteries.

The ReZap Battery Engineer cost USD$60 which is fairly priced if you recharge your non-rechargeable batteries up to 10 times. However, I am not too sure if the product is entirely safe since the warning on most non-rechargeable batteries is to refrain from charging.
[OhGizmo!]


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Comments (3)

ethanINOSENTEApril 24th, 2010 at 5:57 am

It’s a good thing you mention about the warning sign “do not recharge”
I was also thinking about that one. Hopefully this will help the environment to recover soon,we’ve been experiencing weather change so often

Ninja MediaApril 25th, 2010 at 12:43 am

USD 60 sound good deal

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