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NEVER BUY ANOTHER BATTERY AGAIN (small household batteries)

Listed In Category: Electronics > Cameras & Accessories
Secondary Category: Home & Garden > Supplies
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Classified Id ZJTCGQSM
Asking Price $ 99.00 CAD per item
Quantity 1 item 
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Renewed Date14-Apr-2017 04:17:31 PM EST
Expiration Date 13-Jun-2017 04:17:31 PM EST
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Aaaability member since 13-dec-2005
View Vancouver Classifieds Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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A MAN'S PROBLEM: The average person will spend $250,000 of his after-tax dollars on energy.

ONE SOLUTION: The Extreme Eccentric's Guide to reviving small household batteries


Just one example: Use of Revived Batteries

Dead batteries (even single-use alkaline AA's) can still be revived and reused. Surf for "Revived Batteries" and you'll see what I mean. It takes 50X the energy to manufacture a new battery. Industrial materials recycling of batteries is also toxic and fraudulent, alleged in the Greenpeace report, "The Myth of Automobile Battery Recycling". Therefore, it makes sense to REVIVE seemingly-dead batteries. In fact, the world's cheapest vehicle to operate (yes, Google that) is an electric pickup truck in Vancouver that runs on COST-FREE DISCARDED BATTERIES.

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You are purchasing several photos (in JPG format, All Rights Reserved) a text/PDF file and a telephone consulting service on how to recharge (revive, rejuvenate) small "non-rechargeable" lithium and alkaline batteries including 2025, 2032, 2016, AG3 coin cells, any battery like AA, AAA, 9V, and even AAAA types.

In addition to my information, you will also need to purchase, at your own expense, $25 worth of electric supplies; and, optionally, a $300 device to implement this. (If you are somewhat careless or uncaring about batteries, this listing is probably not for you.)

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About this eGuide's genesis: In 1999, my life was affected by a book titled, "Divorce Your Car" written by a woman living in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Because of her book, I got rid of my gasser car at the time and got some electric bikes and a scooter (popular with Google founders and Spielberg.) That was the beginning of my hobby of battery-powered transportation. In the small town in Michigan, population 1,500 folks, there were at least three electric scooters. The Currie Flyer scooter impressed me with its ability to climb up a fairly steep hill. Dr. Malcolm Currie, who designed these scooters, retired from designing army tanks and put his talent into zero-emission vehicles. I now owned about ten electric bikes, scooters, and never bought another gasser since. Learned a lot from trouble-shooting, modding, and re-working those electric scooters. Batteries for Ego-II scooters usually lasted six months before needing replacement. Then, an article in National Geographic on the plague of discarded lead-acid batteries from electric bikes there made us wonder if discarded batteries could still be reused. By a series of experiments, we figured out how to rejuvenate batteries for our electric mopeds. Today, we can pretty much rejuvenate any battery, even NiMH and Nicads, including single-use lithium button cells used for garage remote clickers. (But not laptop and cell phone batteries due to microprocessors inside them.) We were thinking that the billions of discarded batteries could be turned into a recycling business someday, just like inkjet cartridges.

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