Rechargeable Batteries are a Must for Your Survival Supplies

I’m a firm believer in having plenty of rechargeable batteries on hand. They ought to be an important part of your survival supplies. Many electronic devices, such as cameras, radios, and CD players, still use AAA and AA size batteries, and some larger items require C or D cells.

Rechargeable batteries have come a long way over the years. The nickel metal hydride (NiMH) batteries are better than the NiCad batteries so many of us have used over the years, and they’re improving all the time with more storage capacity for powering devices longer.

In fact, they’re comparable to alkaline batteries these days, and that didn’t used to be the case with rechargeables. The prices are economical, especially when you consider they can be used hundreds of times. They cost a small fraction of what you’d spend on hundreds of sets of alkaline batteries.

Stock up on the batteries you need now and for the future. Get plenty for your survival kits because you never know when you’ll need to have rechargeable batteries on hand.

 

Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.

3 thoughts on “Rechargeable Batteries are a Must for Your Survival Supplies”

  1. Good tip! everyone should have a supply of backup rechargeable batteries (not non-rechargeble, they are wasteful!) because so many devices take batteries these days

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