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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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Battery Ship offers a wide variety of batteries for over 12,000 devices. Those devices range from iPods, laptops, remote controls, power tools, 2-way radios, game controllers, cell phones and much more. As a company, Battery Ship feels the responsibility to be held accountable to their customers, their employees, their suppliers, their shareholders and the environment. Battery Ship strives to provide customers an extensive selection of batteries, fair and honest pricing, excellence in technical support, customer service and battery education. They have dedicated a whole website educating their customers.

Similar to a few other websites reviewed, Battery ship is concerned about protecting the environment and makes information available for recycling old batteries.

Battery Ship offers same day shipping and at different times throughout the years offers free shipping as well! A 30-day money back satisfaction refund is offered for unused, undamaged products. The product must be in the original packaging, unopened and postmarked within 30-days from the date the product was shipped. There is a 15% cancellation fee assessed to all returned products. Many of the batteries come with a 1-year warranty, for those products that do not automatically come with the warranty, the consumer can purchase a 1-year replacement plan for $9.95 that covers all defects for 1-year under non-severe circumstances.

The website for Battery Ship is the least appealing website of all reviewed. The home page has way too much text, no images and is a little over whelming. Once you navigate to back pages, those are easier to read, but initially the homepage is a turn-off. We doubted most consumers would even continue searching through the website because of the lack of organization in the homepage. The company has a solid selection of batteries, and they provide a good guarantee and warranty, but due to the difficulty in the navigating the website, Battery Ship received the lowest score.

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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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