Re: NTLK Newton 2100 Battery

From: Sam Powell (sam.powell@cwcom.net)
Date: Wed Jan 12 2000 - 16:40:25 EST


> The best strategy I have come up with is to buy a brick of 40 AA batteries
> for $12.99 (no brand) this usually lasts me 6 months. It seems a terrible
> waste on the environment, but it is economical. I have also called my
local
> government and found that there is a toxic waste disposal program for old
> batteries. I buy 40 batteries every 6 months, and dump off a bucket of
> batteries once a year. It's economically and environmentally responsible.

It is! Amazingly so. But $12.99 for 40 is not something that u find in the
UK.
Were talking like 2 (~$3.50) for 4, of the cheapest you can find, and they
wont be alkaline. But hey, I have a really, really useful NiMH pack.

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