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Crowdsourcing Mornings: Tenavolts Revolutionary Rechargeable Lithium Battery

This is Crowdsourcing Mornings! This post takes place every weekday morning and highlights one crowdsourcing project I liked from Kickstarter, Indiegogo, or other crowdsourcing websites.

As the biggest alkaline battery manufacturer in China, Nanfu is committed to offering a better battery solution and providing the ideal balance between efficiency and environmental protection. Nanfu has spent 4 years on the R&D of the new lithium rechargeable battery – Tenavolts.  Tenavolts offers a 1.5V consistent voltage with a 2-hour charge time with over 1000 recharge cycles. Nothing is better than reducing your carbon footprint while saving you money and time.

There are two types of household batteries: non-rechargeable and rechargeable. Non-rechargeable batteries are expensive long-term and rarely eco-friendly. So people look to rechargeable batteries like Ni-MH. However, they still have limitations too like long recharge time, high self-discharge over time, insufficient voltage, and shorter recharge cycles.  Tenavolts offers AA rechargeable lithium batteries that are commonly used in household appliances. AA batteries are used for most gadgets such as remotes, toys, shavers, flashlights, keyboards, and much more.

As of December 12th, this project has raised $5,000 of their $500 goal. This project has 30 days left to raise as much as it can. For a pledge of $32, you will get a Tenavolts 4-pack.  For a pledge of $59, you will get two Tenavolts 4-packs.  To learn more and to pledge money, go to:


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