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$9 for $25 Worth of Batteries at Interstate All Battery Center

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Customer Reviews

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20 ratings8 reviews
February 1, 2020
These guys know their stuff.
24 ratings12 reviews
November 2, 2019
Chad took great care of me and went the extra mile. Assuming the "blem" batteries hold up, will end up being a great deal. Customer service has always been great here.
31 ratings30 reviews
October 4, 2019
Super friendly people and great deal
10 ratings5 reviews
June 9, 2019
Love this groupon!
2 ratings1 reviews
September 28, 2018
Outstanding Customer Service! I was looking for some great batteries and was helped immediately. Highly Recommend!
2 ratings1 reviews
September 22, 2018
I like them and the staff is fun to get a beer with too!
20 ratings14 reviews
May 19, 2018
Always great service at this location. They have what I need including information.
3 ratings3 reviews
April 16, 2018
The prices are about the same as anywhere else, maybe a little more, but the customer service is great. Good place to get batteries.
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What You'll Get

The Deal

  • $9 for $25 worth of batteries

Five Things to Know About Lithium-Ion Batteries

The lithium-ion battery inside your phone or computer is what makes the electric device hum. Check out Groupon's overview of how that cell provides the juice you need to read this right now.

1. Like every battery, lithium-ion cells consist of a cathode (+) and anode (-) separated by another material and suspended in an electrolyte as a conductor. The materials used for the cathode and anode determine the battery's performance and voltage.

2. Lithium is probably the best battery material in existence. The lightest of all metals, lithium also has the greatest electrochemical potential. From when the initial experiments began in 1912, it took six decades for the first nonrechargeable lithium cells—such as the robot medicine we've mistaken for watch batteries—to become commercially available.

3. But rechargeable batteries can't use actual lithium. For all its power, lithium is also incredibly unstable, so cycling charges through a lithium anode is too dangerous to be practical. Because of this, lithium batteries let lithium ions flow between the electrodes, producing a voltage of around 3.7 volts—more than double the output of a typical AA alkaline battery.

4. Batteries require different materials for different tasks. Laptops and cell phones might use lithium-cobalt cathodes, which operate at limited power and a consistent voltage. Medical devices, however, might add nickel and manganese to the cathode for greater power and reliability.

5. Don't let your phone charge get to 0%—or even 100%. Both extremes put unnecessary stress on a battery cell. Ideally, lithium-ion batteries should operate between 20 percent and 80 percent capacity. This prevents the battery from becoming over- or undercharged and maximizes the number of potential discharge cycles.

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 360 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Valid only at listed locations. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Cannot be combined with any other offers or discounts. Commercial pricing will not receive additional discounts. Not valid for payment on account. Tax not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Interstate All Battery Center