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Countless hunters use batteries for something that has to do with hunting, including flaslights, headlamps, motorized decoys, GPS units and the like. Now, while you're in the field and using your batteries, you can have an extra set charging in the truck or at the house. E-Village's E-Cells are EPA approved and 100-percent environmentally friendly. E-Village is committed to providing intelligent, environmentally-responsible products. They offer fuel cells in a number of sizes, and chargers for home and automobile.

Contact:
www.notabattery.com.



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