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All Battery vs AA Portable Power Corp

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Get Your Next Batteries at Batteries Plus Bulbs! Today it seems everything requires a battery. From your car key fob, to your watch, phone, favorite toy, electric car, or wireless gaming system, batteries have a strong presence at every home. However, finding the right sized battery to replace the ones that fail is not always easy or inexpensive.

Batteries can run from a few dollars up to hundreds of dollars, depending on what you're replacing. In a traditional retail shop, replacement batteries can cost more than the item itself. Aside from cost, driving from store to store to find the right sized battery can often be tiring and frustrating.

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3 stars
All Battery

ALL BATTERY

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30 days

All Battery is your one-stop shop for high quality rechargeable batteries, chargers and converters. Whether you need simple AAA battery for your Televisions remote control, a replacement battery for your power drill so you can finish your wife's to do list, or a converter so your kids can watch the whole DVD movie in the car without the DVD player dying, All Battery has the battery, charger or converter you need.

They believe in bringing you the best everyday low price by shipping directly to the consumer from the manufacturer. They do not offer specials and sale prices, they claim their everyday low price will beat competitors sale prices. This claim is a little confusing as there is a tab on the website for "Weekly Specials" that lists about 35 items on sale this week. Most of the batteries on the website list a sale price, so an assumption can be made that the sale price is their everyday low price that they brag about. Still a little misleading.

All Battery has taken the effort to make sure the consumer is educated in their purchase. There is a Battery University available on the website to provide useful information in regards to batteries. There is a glossary for battery terms, explanations on how rechargeable batteries help save the environment, frequently asked questions in regards to chargers and converters, and many more relevant topics.

All Battery offers a 30-day guarantee. If you are not satisfied with your purchase, return the product within 30 days to receive your money back. If the product was defective, or an error was made on behalf of All Battery, they will pay to reship your new product. However, if the product is not defective and the consumer simple chose to return it, there is a 20% restocking fee. The appearance of the website is basic; nothing too flashy, nothing too confusing. Compared to other websites reviewed, All Battery's appearance and navigability is average.

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2.5 stars
AA Portable Power Corp

AA PORTABLE POWER CORP

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21 days

AA Portable Power Corp (dba Battery Space) provides a broad selection of batteries needed for everyday and specialized devices. Everyday devices include, laptops, cell phones, digital cameras, camcorders, iPods, and PDA's. Specialized devices include dog collars, digital microscopes, keyless door devices, paintball guns and wheelchairs.

AA Portable Power Corp also prides themselves in developing new technology and products and creating custom battery packs through their R&D department. The information on this website is the most technical of all the websites reviewed. A consumer would need to be very educated to understand some of the terminology presented. There are a few sections including Battery Terminology, and Battery Knowledge that assists the everyday consumer in understanding some of the technical terms.

There is a chart that explains the warranty for different products offered on the website. Some products do not have a warranty (all lithium primary cells) and some products have up to a 1-year warranty (chargers). Most products offer a 30-day warranty. If your product is not defective but you need to return it, you have up to 21-days from the invoice date to return the product. After 21-days, only exchanges for the same items can be made. All unused, unopened products returned within 21-days are subject to a 20% restocking fee. If the product is deemed damaged upon return, AA Portable Power Corp reserves the right to not send a replacement and not issue a refund.

The appearance of the AA Portable Power Corp website is a little dated. The homepage is decently organized with a variety of text and images. Some of the important links are towards the bottom and difficult to find.

AA Portable Power Corp seems to cater to the more educated consumer who has the very hard to find battery, even the need for a custom made battery. We would recommend that the everyday shopper first use another one of the websites we reviewed that has a higher score, as they are more user friendly and are not as strict about payment, shipping and returns.

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However, many people have learned that buying batteries online allows them quick and easy access to whatever they need, and at discounted prices. Many online battery stores offer thousands of batteries for phones, toys, cars, and every gadget imaginable.

However, not all battery stores are alike. You should consider the following aspects of battery stores before making your purchase:

  • Selection.  Does the online battery store offer a large selection of batteries, or are they limited to certain markets? Will they have the battery you're looking for?
  • Price.  How does the cost of batteries compare between providers? Where are you likely to save more?
  • Return policy.  In the event the battery that you purchase is broken, the wrong size, or non-functioning, what is the return policy? Can you get your money back?

TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best battery stores available today. We hope these reviews help save you time and money with your next battery purchase!

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