Battery Give-a-Way Details

Posted February 15th, 2013 at 2:00 pm by Elliott Alexander   |  1 Comment ››
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Yes, we will be giving away free batteries on this trip.  One battery for every mile traveled in the Tesla Model S.  We estimate 5,000 miles = 5,000 batteries or more.   We want to emphasize the uniqueness of traveling across the country in a battery powered vehicle and we are celebrating this by giving away hearing aid batteries from Micropower Battery Company.   I’m the lucky owner who will be driving and blogging.  My partners and employees are back home in Miami and are busy shipping out batteries and taking care of business.   We are a big distributor of hearing aid and watch batteries.  We sell to distributors, manufacturers, dealers and consumers all over the world.  Our e-commerce websites are Microbattery.com and HearingAidBatteryShop.com.

5,000+ Panasonic Hearing Aid Batteries to be Awarded to our lucky customers.
5,000+ Panasonic Hearing Aid Batteries to be Awarded to our lucky customers.

The Tesla Model S draws its power from over 7,000 lithium ion size 18650 3.7V batteries, housed in the massive battery pack located beneath the passenger compartment.  Tesla selected the finest, best quality batteries in the world, manufactured by Panasonic Battery Co.  Panasonic is the largest battery manufacturer with more factories worldwide than any other brand.  We will be giving away the best quality, Panasonic hearing aid batteries.  From day to day, we will randomly select from our consumer customer data base and award a carton of 60 hearing aid batteries to lucky customers.  We will be giving away at least 5,000 batteries.   Register on one of our websites, no purchase necessary and you will qualify for an opportunity to win batteries.  For customers who have no history of purchasing hearing aid batteries, or for those who have not made a purchase, winners will receive a package of Panasonic AA and AAA alkaline batteries (48 pcs) in lieu of hearing aid batteries.

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One Comment

  1. It isn’t hard to create a linntgihg generator. (Any above-average garage engineer could have made that Tesla-coil gun, or any number of similar linntgihg weapons.) The problem is in aiming them. The electric charge goes to wherever the best or nearest ground is. Generally that is not where you would like it to go.Notice there are no sights on it. Why bother, because they would be useless anyway.

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