It is no wonder that rechargeable batteries are in greater demand these days. Non-rechargeable batteries are useless once their output is gone, you have to buy more and more once these batteries run out of energy, disposal is problematic due to environmental concerns, and the output fades gradually whether or not they are actively used.
While rechargeable batteries can get used over and over, and its output can stay constant for an extended period of time, they often need to be recharged on a regular basis and need to be almost flat for the best results.
The Upside of USBCELL AA Rechargeable Batteries
USBCELL AA Rechargeable Batteries have all of the advantages of rechargeable batteries in addition to some that will make this brand worth a second look. One such advantage is the way that they are charged. While other rechargeable batteries require a separate charger, USBCELL AA Rechargeable Batteries only need a USB port to get their output filled. You can easily recharge these batteries whether you are in the office, at home, or on the way to dinner or the gym. Since these batteries can be charged hundreds of times, you won’t have to spend over $20 a pop every time your batteries run out of its electrical output. If you’re concerned about the environmental impact of the battery disposal process, rest assured that because you will be able to use USBCELLs for a long time, you will be disposing of far fewer batteries over the long run.
To charge USBCELL AA Rechargeable Batteries, all you will need to do is move the lid and put them in any USB port that is powered. Once in the powered USB port, it will take about 5 hours for the UBCELLs to get up to 90% of its energy capacity. But the great thing about this rechargeable battery brand is that you do not need to wait until the battery is completely charged before using it. If you don’t have 5 hours to spare, you can partially charge them and finish when you have the time.
The Difference Between NiMH and NiCad Batteries
USBCELL AA Rechargeable Batteries are made of nickel metal hydride. They are 1.2v with a 1300mah capacity. Nickel Cadmium are another type of rechargeable battery. While the performance of Nickel Cadmium batteries is often affected by partial charging or memory issues, NiMH batteries such as USBCELLs are not affected by these issues. Unlike Nickel-Cadmium batteries, NiMH batteries also reach their maximum output capacity after only a few charge and discharge cycles.
The main advantage of USBCELLs is their ease of use. While their ability to get recharged with a powered USB port has been mentioned, you also have other charging options. These batteries can be topped up using a 250 MaH recharger. With a number of recharging options available, you can always have working batteries on hand for just $17.95.