USBCell Rechargeable Batteries

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Constantly buying batteries all the time to power or mobile gadgets can become quite annoying, but so can the inconvenience of purchasing a charger to refuel your rechargeable batteries.

Well the USBCell Batteries look to solve both of these problems by providing an ultra convenient way to recharge your batteries not only from the comfort of your home, but also while on the go as well. Simply pop the cap at the positive end of the battery to reveal a USB plug, insert the battery into your computer’s USB port, let charge for about 5 hours, and you’re ready to roll. You can recharge these batteries literally hundreds of times, and they can be recharged from absolutely any USB port.

Purchase your own set today from Amazon.

USBCell Rechargable Batteries

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