ReNu-It recharges standard home AA, AAA, C, D, 9volt battery

ReNu-It recharges standard home AA, AAA, C, D, 9volt battery

Postby ponun » Fri Sep 30, 2011 9:04 pm

Spending too much on batteries? Got those videos games for the kids that are eating up batteries? That remote, that GPS and travel alarm clock are all things we need batteries for and those darn expensive rechargeable batteries are only good for a few charges anyway.

Get this, the ReNu-It battery charger recharges standard home batteries (AA, AAA, C, D, and 9 volt including those camera batteries and NIMH, NICAD, etc.) and can recharge them over 70 times. That is one battery that you can save money on that is much cheaper than the expensive rechargeable ones. Just buy any standard battery that you use every day and keep them for a rainy day, or stick in the the ReNu-It charger and make it like new again fully charged.

So how much is this regenerating battery charger? Ranges from $17.00 to $27.00 depending where you buy it.

Just google or look on ebay for:
Viatek® Renu - It™ Disposable Battery Regenerator by Viatek

Only you want one that charges all the different types of batteries, not just the AA, AAA alone. Find that charges the C, D, NIMH and NiCD as well.

There is one that is spendy that charges just about anything standard except auto batteries. Its about $50.00, but its a VIATEK RE03G RENU-IT PRO DISPOSABLE BATTERY RECHARGER (6 DOCKS) - VTKRE03G. You can find it on Amazon, Ebay or just look for it on the web for stores that carry it.

When times get tough, when stores are not open because of a disaster, if you have a simple solar panel and one of these you can recharge your flashlight batteries, your radio batteries and or just have a bunch of them recharged and ready to go and save money in the long run. One day we will find a need for these devices, especially when inflation hits and batteries cost more.

Great way to save money in the long run.
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