New technology gives gadget users an affordable alternative to expensive C and D rechargeable batteries.
At first glance, the new C and D rechargeable battery convertors on the market defy all the norms that we associate with battery design. It seems almost impossible to imagine that you could take one or two AA rechargeable batteries and fit them into a C or D size battery housing. And yet, that is exactly what these new battery converters do.
Interestingly enough, the concept behind these C and D rechargeable battery converters is not dissimilar from how regular C and D rechargeable batteries are designed. The inner cells of C and D rechargeable batteries are little more than AA or AAA NiMH rechargeable battery cells that have been bundled together into one housing. Thus, these new converters are taking that idea one step further by allowing users to change out the cells and recharge them separately from the C or D housing.
It’s a novel idea, but you might be asking: what’s the advantage? Well, here are a few things about these C and D rechargeable battery convertors that you should consider: