We’ve all been there: Pilfering batteries from one gadget so we can make another one run. Why is it our stockpiles of extra batteries never seem to be stocked?
It’s time for a change. Rechargeable batteries are there when you need them, and today’s high-tech options are engineered to perform just as well as ordinary disposable batteries. Like these rechargeable batteries from UltraLast. They can hold their charge for six months or more, and you can recharge them up to 500 times. That’s a whole lot of batteries you don’t have to buy — or throw away. Just one UltraLast Green battery can keep as many as 1,000 disposable alkaline batteries out of our landfills.
If you really want to kick up the savings (on your wallet and the environment), check out UltraLast’s cool new Sol Charger. It has a built-in solar panel so you can charge a pair of AA batteries using the power of the sun.You can attach it to a backpack and juice your batteries while you’re on a hike, for instance. Or you can just set it in a window and let it tap the sunshine from inside your home. UltraLast also offers a traditional charging station that you plug into an outlet. It’s called the Smarter Charger, and it lets you charge up to four AA or AAA rechargeable batteries at once.
Forget frantic trips to the convenience store, desperate battery swaps and drawers full of possibly live (or not) disposable batteries. Life’s too short for more of those hassles.