Duracell’s new range of StayCharged batteries represent a significant step forward in power cell technology. The batteries are rechargeable – charging in a standard home charger – and are designed to overcome one of the main disadvantages of conventional rechargeable batteries: their inability to hold power for longer than two or three weeks.
Due to the way in which they store power, conventional rechargeables will gradually lose their charge if left unused for even relatively short periods. This means that trying to keep a supply of charged batteries on hand can leave you always using batteries that have already lost much of their power, and which consequently will not deliver optimum performance.
StayCharged batteries, on the other hand, have been specifically engineered to retain power over long periods when not in use – typically, they will retain up to 80% of their charge even after being unused for a whole year. This gives them an added flexibility and reliability that standard rechargeables lack.
Duracell has consistently been at the forefront of power cell technology, driving innovation forward and setting new standards for the battery industry. The StayCharged system is another example of the unique ways in which Duracell seeks to meet the needs of its customers.
Modern battery-operated electrical items, such as digital cameras and MP3 players, are typically high-drain devices that demand large amounts of power to operate at their best. The StayCharged range provides excellent performance in this respect, delivering reliable, cost-effective power charge after charge after charge.
Typical rechargeable batteries are sold uncharged, as by the time they are sold their charge would have drained away anyway. This often leads to consumers buying disposable batteries if they run out of rechargeables unexpectedly.
StayCharged, on the other hand, are sold pre-charged, so they’re ready to use immediately and will save money in the long term. Although disposable batteries are cheaper to buy in the short term, the cost of buying them repeatedly soon mounts up, whereas rechargables quickly pay for themselves after just a few charges. Moreover, they continue to provide optimum power levels long after disposable batteries have been thrown away and forgotten about.
Rechargeable batteries have grown tremendously in popularity in recent years, thanks to the realisation of the harm that disposable batteries cause to the environment, the potential savings to be made by using rechargeables and improvements in the efficiency of recharging technology.
The StayCharged range extends the functionality and dependability of rechargeable batteries, making them just as convenient to use as disposables when you need power in a hurry.
Find out more about StayCharged batteries and the technology that makes them possible.
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