no. all current and future versions of hypervolt batteries are mercury free in line with “the mercury-containing and rechargeable battery act.
yes however, we recommend storing batteries at room temperature in a dry environment.
though lithium-ion batteries work very well in cold temperatures, refrigeration is not necessary or recommended.
yes. it is normal that batteries get warm during recharging.
hypervolt batteries should not be warm when they are not in use.
yes, as long as you use a lithium-ion compatible charger.
of course, hypervolt cannot guarantee the quality, safety, or performance of non-hypervolt wall chargers.
yes, you can use any micro usb cable to charge your hypervolt batteries.
hypervolt batteries have built-in protection.
it is not recommended. doing so will reduce overall performance and may cause battery leakage or rupture.
no. do no take apart any battery. contact with components can be harmful and may cause personal injury or fire.
hypervolt and all other batteries should always be recycled.
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