Reduce waste and save money by recharging your batteries. Charging and re-using batteries is a good choice for the environment and practical too since you always have batteries at hand when you need them.
You can use these batteries for all types of products. Batteries with a high energy capacity (high mAh number) are particularly useful for products with a high energy consumption, such as MP3 players, cameras, toys, torches and game controllers.The battery is ready to use.WARNING! Keep batteries out of reach of children and pets. To swallow a battery could be fatal. If this happens seek medical attention at once.WARNING! If a battery has been swallowed or if you suspect that a battery has been swallowed, seek immediate medical attention! Swallowing a battery may lead to severe injuries and death.Do not attempt to charge non-rechargeable batteries.Do not deform, damage, dismantle, open or short-circuit batteries.Do not expose batteries to heat, fire or any type of liquid.In the event of a leaking battery, do not allow liquid to come in contact with skin or eyes. If exposed to liquid, rinse with plenty of water and seek medical advice.You can recharge these batteries approx. 500 times.Life time: approx. 5 years.This product bears the CE mark.For rechargeable batteries, only use the intended charger.Remove batteries from the charger when fully charged.Observe the polarity marks plus (+) and minus (−) and ensure correct battery insertion into charger or product.Only use batteries that are intended for the product. Do not mix old and new batteries, different brands or types.Batteries should be handed in for recycling in accordance with local environmental regulations for waste disposal.Voltage: 1.2V.Battery capacity: 2450 mAh.
Steel, PET plastic
Special waste handling may be required. Please contact your local authorities for more information.
A LADDA rechargeable battery comes pre-charged and you can charge it up to 500 times. So you’ll get a lot more energy for all your battery-operated devices. And you’ll rarely have to buy new batteries, which is a much kinder alternative for the environment.