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How To Recharge Single Use Alkaline Batteries Photo – Knowledgeweighsnothing.com
First things first: Do NOT attempt to recharge a single use battery using an “ordinary” battery charger! There is a risk of fire or exploding batteries, not good.
I did not even realize that recharging regular alkaline batteries was truly possible, until I discovered a post that highlights the use of a special battery charger that actually does the job!
It claims to be able to recharge ordinary alkalines up to 30 times, after which point they become unstable. So here is the caveat – you need to be able to keep track of how many times you recharged the battery. One reviewer uses a sharpie to make a mark every time the battery is recharged… this seems like a good solution.
Another thing to note is that it only recharges the batteries to around 80% full… so you will not get quite as much life out of them as a brand new battery. Also, really old batteries may have gone “bad” – but the special charger recognizes these and lets you know! 🙂
This is a super off-grid product and technique – by recharging these old batteries you are reducing consumption, reducing pollution and saving money! So many of these things are discarded by folks that you should never need to buy a small cell ever again. This charger is a godsend for people into robotics or any other activity that uses a lot of small batteries. My only regret is the sheer number of those expensive 9-volt duracells I have thrown away over the years….
I wanted to be sure that this is good – so I checked out the battery charger that they are recommending on Amazon… and sure enough, it actually works on ordinary alkaline batteries! There are a ton of reviews for this product and most of them give it 5 stars! People state quite plainly, yes it works on many kinds of batteries including alkaline.
Ok, here is the link to original page of How To Recharge Single Use Alkaline Batteries with the link to the charger and further info: http://knowledgeweighsnothing.com/how-to-recharge-single-use-alkaline-batteries/
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What REALLY Happens When You Bury a Shipping Container? (Hint: It's A Bit Crazy...)
Shipping containers are all the rage - but if you are thinking about buying one, you MUST watch this video first:
There's a general belief that if you bury a shipping container you can create an awesome root cellar / storm shelter / survival bunker.
But is a shipping container strong enough to handle the pressure?
Watch the video to see what happens: