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its been a while since i got all caught up in the flashlight forums


my C3 has been eatin batteries left and right - i was wondering if there is a 9v rechargable battery option?
 

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well sure

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&safe=off&q=rechargeable+9v&btnG=Search

but a better question is; "has rechargeable battery technology improved recently"

to which the answer is no.

i would rather keep some alkaline spares in the car and in a bag then swap the rechargeable twice as often or more. plus you get that 'im a cheep bastard' syndrome during the last 2 or 3 month of the batteries existence. where you cant quite justify throwing the thing out because it 'works' even if it is only for 20 minute stints after a 40 minute charge.
 

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^^

good point - maybe i could just make up a kit where i can hook up to any toyota prius that seem to be lying around

i hear they have "state of the art" rechargable batteries

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not only that, the 200lbs of lead in Toyota's recharagable batteries is environmentally safe and 100% bio-degradable

bwahahaa...... sorry, sometimes the 'my prius is good for the planet' bullshit makes me want to yell "YOUR A SUCKER FOR BAD MARKETING!"
 

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then those who think they are getting a tax break - dependin on the $ paid the rei is 7-12 years down the road!

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lol. if you wana save money you should go buy a used, 97 ford tauras. it will take you YEARS to make up the difference in vehicle cost with gas.
 
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