Typical rechargeable batteries only charge when you place them in their special charger. (That's just one more piece of equipment you need to keep track of in a crisis.)
But the EasyPower USB Battery charges anywhere there's a USB port!
Bam! Suddenly, you have dozens of different options for quick charging that are already in your home.
Here are just a few of the simple ways to charge your EasyPower USB Battery:
Plug it into a computer USB port to bring it to full power
Plug it into the back of a USB equipped TV for a charge
Plug it into your phone's USB charging port to get some juice
Plug it into a portable power bank for a quick charge
Plug it into your car's USB port to give it a quick energy boost
Here's Why People Love Their
EasyPower USB Batteries!
These batteries charge quickly and hold a charge for longer than I thought possible. Never be without power as they can be charged in the car and off of several solar powered items. Well worth the cost.
These batteries are easy to charge using any USB device and hold their charge for many hours! Also, they really save a lot of money since you are not constantly buying new regular batteries all the time!!
William T. -
I was a bit skeptical at first of these batteries but once I got them and charged they are the best idea anyone could have when you need batteries to go or have fast. These batteries charge fast and hold a good charge would recommend if you use AA Batteries in anything from camping to household use you need to get a pack of 4 or more. I have ordered extra packs and gave them as gifts to family members. I would like to see AAA Batteries come out like this now and I would be set. I give this product 3 thumbs up. The price for these are perfect. The batteries come as a 4 pack and if you break it down they are around $6.25 ea. This is not bad for a batteries that will last you for a very long time. Go here and get yours now
Jeffrey J. -
We go through AA batteries all of the time. These batteries are a godsend. Yeah I can buy rechargeable batteries and then plug them in and a few hours later have "charged" batteries, but who carries that gear to work? These new batteries plug in anywhere there is a USB connection, my computer, my charger or even my solar stuff all have USB. So if I need AAs, I am set. Thank you Survival Frog!