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capable of being recharged

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Lead-acid batteries used in cars, trucks and boats are the original rechargeable batteries--as anyone who ever had to jumpstart their car on a frigid winter morning knows, they can be brought back to life even after they are "dead.
Disposable batteries account for more than half of household battery sales, but rechargeable batteries continue to be a growing part of the market," said David Sprinkle, research director at Packaged Facts.
Richard, an analyst of Electronic Cigarette Union, thought that the market for rechargeable e-cigarette still remains strong.
The rechargeable Evolta will come in two types -- AA and AAA -- with the firm's suggested retail price for a pack of four batteries ranging from 1,500 yen to 1,600 yen.
The rechargeable batteries in these devices and equipment can be recharged up to 1,000 times, but they will eventually lose their charge, at which point they can and should be recycled.
While one rechargeable battery may do the work of many standard batteries, its life span is still limited.
Toshiba plans to produce new rechargeable batteries that use new materials and are more fire resistant.
To promote this kind of new battery lifestyle, SANYO developed a world first*1 rechargeable battery that can be used like a dry cell battery -'immediately after purchase'.
THE NEW 2300 MAH AA RECHARGEABLE BATTERY IS AN ADDITION TO DURACELL'S EXISTING 2050 MAH CELLS.
The new 2300 mAh Duracell rechargeable AA batteries will be available in two and four cell blister card packs throughout the United States.
Those are the most popular rechargeable batteries for portable electronic gadgets.
Nickel-metal hydride rechargeable batteries are also available in the standard sizes, and are often used as an alternative to alkalines.
Atlanta-based Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC), a nonprofit, public-service organization dedicated to recycling rechargeable batteries, has announced its collection data for the first half of 2003.
NEW YORK -- With the growing number of digital electronic devices and high-drain products on the market, more consumers are turning to rechargeable batteries as an option to the disposable cells that have dominated the market for years.
com/research/959ce4/global_and_china_r) has announced the addition of the "Global and China Rechargeable Lithium Battery Industry Report, 2009-2010" report to their offering.