Digital Works Australia Pty. Ltd. has just introduced, to the North American market, the ReZap Battery Engineer, which is said to be an innovative, impressive and Earth-friendly battery recharger that can add life to all sizes of standard batteries. Just like you imagined, another battery charger that is capable of doing alchemy or at least inverse chemistry
, my friends, this was designed and manufactured by Digital Works, and takes advantage of intelligent microprocessors and software to regulate the charging process, and thus enabling customers to safely recharge standard, and previously non-rechargeable batteries, by up to ten times.
Brian Austin, the President of PC Treasures, states, "Most people are surprised to learn that they can recharge standard alkaline batteries. With the ReZap Battery Engineer, not only can you recharge them, but you can do so in an entirely safe manner. The Battery Engineer is a great way to help the environment and save a great deal of money on reduced battery purchases."
Just like the other companies priding on a product recharging standard batteries, this one also quickly changed subject saying that in addition (ha-ha, in addition!) to charging standard batteries, the Battery Engineer also charges rechargeable batteries, and comes with a battery tester to inform the customer of the charge level of virtually any battery
. Having such a sophisticated design, the Battery Engineer makes charging batteries quite foolproof, since it is the very first charger of its kind that can fully detect and charge various types of batteries.
Even more, the ReZap battery charger uses different charging algorithms for each type of battery that is inserted into it, therefore custom recharges each battery model, and sports no buttons or switches for customers to set, thus eliminating errors in charging. Well, of course, because this chemist needs to use different formulas to rebuild the chemical reactions that build current inside standard batteries.
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