USB rechargeable battery

USB rechargeable batteries are a type of battery that can be charged using a USB cable. They are available in different sizes and can be used in a wide range of devices. USB rechargeable batteries are an eco-friendly and cost-effective alternative to traditional disposable batteries. They are easy to use and require minimal maintenance, making them a convenient solution for powering your devices.


Versatility. USB rechargeable batteries are available in different types and sizes, making them suitable for a wide range of devices such as flashlights, cameras, remote controls, toys, wireless keyboards, and more. This versatility makes them a convenient and practical solution for many electronic devices.

Portability. Since USB rechargeable batteries can be charged using a USB cable, they are a portable solution for powering your devices. This is particularly useful for people who travel or spend time outdoors and need a reliable source of power.

User-friendly. USB rechargeable batteries are easy to use and require minimal maintenance. They can be recharged by connecting them to a computer, USB power bank, or wall adapter. Some batteries even come with built-in LED indicators that display the battery level or charging status.

Safety. USB rechargeable batteries are generally safer to use than disposable batteries. This is because they are less prone to leakage and explosion, and many models have built-in safety features to prevent overcharging, over-discharging, and short circuits.

Sustainability. USB rechargeable batteries are an eco-friendly solution for powering your devices. By using rechargeable batteries, you can reduce the amount of hazardous waste that ends up in landfills. This is particularly important given the increasing demand for electronic devices and the impact of electronic waste on the environment.

Capacity. USB rechargeable batteries come in various capacities, with some offering higher energy storage capacity than others. The capacity of the battery determines how long it can power a device before needing to be recharged.

Durability. USB rechargeable batteries are often built with high-quality materials that are designed to withstand multiple charges and discharges. Some batteries may also have additional features like overcharge protection and short circuit protection to ensure they are safe to use and have a long lifespan



  • Charging time: 1-2 h
  • Output: 1A
  • Capacity: 1200mA±
  • 10% of life: ≥3 years
  • Weight: 14 g