“Does it come with batteries” you ask the shop assistant in Toys ‘r’ us at Christmas when forking out for the latest Chuggington remote control Wilson for your little one awaiting the arrival of Santa at home; “the batteries have had it in this thing!” you exclaim when upon pointing the zapper at the box to change from Emmerdale to Eastenders, nothing happens to the image on the screen and; “what kind of batteries does this take” you ask your partner when the bathroom scales say ’12 stone’ and you’re convinced they said ‘9 stone’ only six months ago!
Batteries, batteries, batteries. Invented over four centuries ago; the first batteries were introduced in prehistoric times and they were unbelievably created using nothing other than a clay jar, an iron rod and a copper cylinder! These batteries were named ‘Parthian’ and were put to used to electroplate silver.
Despite being utilised in excess of 400 years ago, batteries are still made use of on a daily basis worldwide, today. From basic ‘Double A’s’ that are most commonly used in household object like remote controls, radios and digital cameras; rechargeable batteries that are ideal for taking on holiday when you will require more battery- operated devices than normal, like portable irons and hairdryers, right to hearing aid batteries and transmitter batteries; no one is yet to succeed in superseding the benefits of using batteries to power every day functional objects. Rechargeable batteries are cost-effective, reliably long-lasting and accessible anywhere and although there are more unusual batteries out there; a range of batteries can be purchased from either the high street or from the internet.
BatteriesPlus.co.uk are the online ‘hub’ for any type of batteries. Whether you need mobile phone batteries, rechargeable batteries or model battery packs and battery pack refurbishment; their range of products and associated services cannot be beaten on price or value. Visit them online today to find out more!
One area you can save money on is batteries! If you buy your rechargeable batteries from a supermarket, you’re going to be paying way more than you would at a specialist such as batteriesplus.co.uk.