Rechargeable battery

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Mark Peters
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content type Press information Mail the editor Posted by Mark Peters
Wednesday, September 5th 2007 - 16:03 CEST - Comments: 0
I t’s enough to make you tear your hair out. Your digital camera is out of juice after taking just a few pictures even though you inserted new batteries the last time it was used. This extremely irritating effect is known as spontaneous discharge, whereby a battery, without further use, only has a fraction of its original capacity after a short time.
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Rechargeable battery

With the new Hama "Ready4Power" AA batteries the name says it all. The NiMH batteries show almost no signs of spontaneous discharge and are immediately ready for use. That applies even directly after purchase as well as if they have been left as a replacement in a household drawer for some time. Those of you who have been in need of a quick energy boost before will appreciate this.


Hama rechargeable NiMH AA batteries

You will no longer need to wait for hours to recharge your batteries, nor buy new batteries, which will contribute to saving you money and protecting the environment. Hama's "Ready4Power" has another advantage. You can quickly whip them into shape with any standard NiMH charger. The Hama AA batteries are available with 2100 mAh and 1.2 V in sets of two or four.

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