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The Mighty Charger is the revolutionary battery regenerator. It recharges dead, disposable alkaline batteries up to 70 times. This product can help you save the environment and your money as well!

The Claim

If you’re throwing away disposable batteries, it’s just like you’re throwing money as well. You don’t need to dump these batteries, but you can recharge them instead. With the Mighty Charger you can save your batteries and your money too. The Mighty Charger charges disposable alkaline batteries so you can reuse them over and over again. All you need to do is to plug the charger in an outlet, pop in your dead batteries and then Mighty Charger’s regeneration technology recharges your dead batteries so you can use them all over again. When the red light turns green it means that your batteries are rapid charged already. It’s that simple! It works with any triple A, double A or 9-volt battery. Now you can save your money and the environment too with the help of Mighty Charger!

Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Mighty Charger is $19.99 plus $9.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Mighty Charger by paying the extra shipping fee of $9.99 for a total price of $39.97.
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What is Mighty Charger?

Every electronic device needs a battery. People spend a lot of money buying batteries and disposing old ones. Used batteries are said to be of no good unless they are expensive rechargeable ones that usually do not work well either. Batteries that are disposed harm the environment and are very dangerous if not disposed correctly. The Mighty Charger is a brilliantly designed product that can be used to recharge any regular alkaline battery without disposing them away.

How Does It Work?

Any battery that is out of charge does not need to be disposed away. These batteries would just need to be recharged using the Mighty Charger. The Mighty Charger can be fit with up to 10 batteries that are out of charge. The Mighty Charger is then plugged into a socket to begin recharging. Different kinds of batteries can be charged using Mighty Charger.

Features

Here are the features of the Mighty Charger:

· Recharges 70 Times

· Reliable

· Safe

· Charges Different Sized Batteries

· LED Light Indicator

· Charges AA, AAA or 9 Volt

There is a clear indicator when the batteries are regenerated and ready to use. The Mighty Charger can be used to recharge different sizes and brands of batteries.

Advantages

Mighty Charger can be used to charge different kinds of batteries at the same time. When batteries run out, there is always the frustration of having to fit devices with new ones. With the Mighty Charger, old and used batteries can be regenerated to work perfectly well. People who are conscious about saving the environment will find that the Mighty Charger is the perfect solution to reuse any type of battery.

Uses

The Mighty Charger can be used to charge any kind of battery. Different sizes and kinds of batteries can be charged at the same time using the Mighty Charger. LED candles, clocks, smoke alarms; remotes, etc. can now have regenerated batteries without having to get brand new ones often. Kids toys are the ones that use up the most amount of battery. Parents now do not have to worry about using many batteries to charge kids toys.

Easy To Use

The Mighty Charger is easy to use and just needs to be fit with the batteries that need recharging. Once the batteries are fit in, the unit just needs to be plugged into a socket to begin charging the dead batteries. Having to change batteries and dealing with batteries that are low in charge can be very frustrating. With the Mighty Charger batteries can be recharged immediately to work perfectly well.

Positive Aspects

Inventors, who understand the common sense of how batteries can be recharged by cleaning and reorganizing cells, have developed the Mighty Charger. Using this technology, the batteries that are dead can be regenerated using the Mighty Charger. Alkaline, Titanium, RAM, NiCd and NiMH battery chemistries can be recharged using the Mighty Charger.

Save Money and Time

Buying batteries can burn a big hole in anyone’s pocket. Every month, people land up buying so many batteries that they do not realize can be reused. Buying about 10 batteries at one time can cost about $30. Using Mighty Charger batteries can be recharged 70 times to save both time and money of buying batteries over and over again.

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Eric Smith - (Columbus, OH)
Reviewed on: 08 Apr 2015
I Recommend Buying it!

Love It

I purchased mine at CVS about a year ago and its awesome I have not bought any batteries since and every thing in my house has charged batteries! Would tell anyone to buy one.

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Jerry Ennis - (Holly Springs, NC)
Reviewed on: 31 Mar 2015
I Recommend Buying it!

This Is The Best Since The Wheel

I've heard people comment about batteries exploding in the Mighty Charger. I have one and it works great charging nicad, ni mh, and alkaline if you notice I cap. Alkaline because carbon zinc batteries are different from alkaline they could explode. I bought my charger from cvs and I love it. I'm charging cheep alkaline batteries I bought from the dollar tree works great. I just don't understand why so many people are having problems with it, read the instructions.

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David - (Glenwood Springs, CO)
Reviewed on: 07 Mar 2015
I Recommend Buying it!

I bought Mighty Charger at cvs and it works for me the only thing I would complain about is it takes a while to charge the batteries, but it works! !

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Lb - (Mechanicsville, VA)
Reviewed on: 02 Feb 2015
I Recommend Buying it!

I purchased the charger from cvs. It did work a couple of times I used it, but one of the charger slots broke and now it's useless.

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Anita G - (Ashburn, VA)
Reviewed on: 15 Jan 2015
I Recommend Buying it!

It Works

I picked one up at CVS and it has worked on AA, AAA and 9-volt batteries but it can't charge a battery that is completely dead.

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Phocksey - (Mount Carmel, PA)
Reviewed on: 22 Dec 2014
I Recommend Buying it!

Mighty Good

I have no problems with this product. I bought it at Rite Aid, and it does what it claims. I noticed the recharged batteries don't last as long as new, but it works!

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Gail - (Hamilton, OH)
Reviewed on: 13 Nov 2014
I Regret Buying it!

Don't Buy It!!!

I bought one of these chargers at cvs and only hope they'll return my money. It has never been able to charge any aaa's and I've never tried any 9v. Not worth the money. I feel like I've been milked.

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Greg - (Avon, CT)
Reviewed on: 27 Oct 2014
I Regret Buying it!

Online Sales Processing

Twice I submitted an online order for over $100. After several days I called and you had no record of it. Their sales process is not working. The customer service person I talked to was unhelpful.

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Jasmine Lambert
29 Oct 2014

What page are you trying to by this from? Also what customer service number are you calling? There must be a mix-up.

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Ken
28 Oct 2014

I'm trying to buy one but I can't find it anywhere. What website is selling them?

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