We’ve all been there. All the groceries are in the cart and the last item on the list is batteries, but you look at the prices and say, “Forget it.” If you’re watching where each of your dollars goes, you dread paying for new batteries. But everything operates on batteries! We all live a battery-powered life. Here’s an answer. The EZ Battery Reconditioning Review course will inform you as to how to bring old batteries back to full power again. Imagine being free of battery bills of all kinds.
The EZ Battery Reconditioning is a downloadable course that consists of three parts. The main resource is “How to Recondition Batteries at Home” and if you purchase it within a given time frame you will also receive the supplementary materials entitled, “How to Start a Battery Business at Home” and “Double the Life of your Batteries”.
Also included is a “Lifetime Updates” card which guarantees the buyer future information about changes in batteries at no cost. The entire EZ Battery Reconditioning Review is a single payment of $47 and has a 60-day Money Back guarantee. There are no recurring charges, monthly payments or hidden fees.
The course is designed in a step-by-step format that anyone will be able to follow. The types of batteries that are able to be reconditioned include household standards like AA, AAA, phone batteries, laptop batteries, car batteries and even larger batteries including marine batteries, solar system batteries and truck batteries.
The course also includes a guide to how to get old batteries for free so that you can not only save money on your own batteries, but also begin to profit from discarded batteries. The course also reveals the most common mistake that people make when trying to recondition car batteries. The course has been featured on CNN, Fox News, Home and Garden Television, the DIY Network and in Better Homes and Gardens.
The pros of this course include the actual guide itself. It is easy to follow, colorful and it has useful diagrams. Another pro is the obvious amounts of money you will save by reconditioning your old batteries instead of throwing them out and buying new ones. If all else fails, there is a 60-day money back guarantee. Another caveat is that the reconditioning methods are environmentally friendly.
Most batteries are made of nickel and cadmium which are toxic chemicals that can cause water and soil damage and endanger wildlife. And have you ever tried to bring a car battery to the town dump? There’s a fee for that trip because the battery has to be disposed of separately. So at this point you would have paid for the battery two times, once to buy it and once to rid yourself of it. The course holds the Clickbank gravity score of 170, which means it is extremely popular.
The course can be used on any device that reads PDF documents like a laptop, iPhone, iPad or tablet. Your online transaction will be secure as the payments are handled by Clickbank which uses SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) to protect the purchasing process. The actual process of reconditioning the battery uses products that are easy to come by. The creator, Tom Ericson, is a good teacher who will take you by the hand and lead you through the battery reconditioning procedures.
The cons are that the author of the guide claims the amount of time to recondition a battery is 10 to 20 minutes, however, it is actually about an hour. Another con is that because you can only purchase the guide online and not in the store, there is no way to manually flip through it to see if it fits your needs. This might be a problem for people who grew up before the internet who like to get their hands on the information, literally. Once you have bought the download, you got the information whether you like it or not. While perusing a hard copy book you are better able to decide if you want to purchase it.
There are no videos in the course. It is in an eBook format. People are becoming more dependent on the visual learning that videos can provide, so they may be frustrated. The process of reconditioning itself needs to be done with caution and safety in mind as it involves balancing acids. This makes me think of a habitually broke group of people who grew up pinching every penny: Seniors. I don’t want Grandpa trying to recondition his battery because he’s living on his social security.
Like every product, the EZ battery reconditioning course has an ideal consumer. This consumer is probably male and has enough time on the weekend to go through the reconditioning process. He is budget-conscious or he is concerned about the environment. He is a crusader against being ripped off.