If you’re like us, you hate buying and replacing batteries. Not only are they expensive, but discarded batteries are harmful for the environment. And then there’s the problem of storing batteries. Perhaps you have a bag or box or drawer full of them -- some charged, some dead --taking up valuable space in your home. There’s never a charged battery of the right size available when you really need one.
Enter the Alkacharger, a device designed to organize and prolong the life of your non-rechargeable alkaline batteries, reducing toxic waste while saving you money. It’s portable and compact, so it fits easily in a drawer or cabinet, and organizes up to 34 batteries. When the lid is closed, Alkacharger automatically initiates the charging process.
In addition to regular Alkaline batteries, the Alkacharger also charges Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH), Nickel-Cadmium, Titanium and Rechargeable Alkaline Manganese (RAM) batteries, making it a truly useful and versatile household device. Even if you have fewer battery-powered gadgets than we do here at Inventist, the Alkacharger will quickly pay for itself while decreasing your environmental impact.
- Alkaline batteries can be recharged 3-5 times before they should be discarded. After that the battery may not be able to be recharged, even with the AlkaCharger.
- For best results, recharge your batteries in the AlkaCharger for a minimum of 3 days.
- Heavily discharged batteries need to be charged for about 5 days.
- Completely discharged batteries cannot be charged again, even with the AlkaCharger.
- Insert batteries positive side (+) down into the appropriate slots, failure to do so may damage the unit and void your warranty.
Testing your batteries
- A green light indicates that the battery is fully or almost fully charged (~70%+)
- A yellow light indicates that the battery is partially charged
- A red light indicates that the battery is too discharged to successfully be recharged again
Follow these instructions/guidelines carefully, failure to do so may result in damage to the AlkaCharger and void your warranty.
- Only use the adapter supplied with the AlkaCharger.
- Always put the batteries UPSIDE-DOWN into the AlkaCharger.
- Only plus the AlkaCharger into 110-volt wall outlets
- DO NOT attempt to charge corroded, leaking or damaged batteries
- DO NOT expose the unit to water, high humidity, high heat, or dusty areas
- DO NOT touch leaking battery electrolytes
- DO NOT attempt to take apart or repair the AlkaCharger, doing so will void the warranty
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