Grab the Latest Multiple Pin Based Batteries by Pin Thanh Nam

Pin Thanh Nam launches a range of standard batteries for various electronic equipment. These charge sources are equipped with unique features to suit the requirements of multiple electronic gadgets. Teamed with pin specifications, these batteries are highly effective in the fast charging of devices.

Hanoi, Vietnam - April 7, 2020 / / —

Pin Thanh Nam launches various batteries for charging electronic devices. Considered as a useful source of electrical energy, the cells are designed to meet the requirements of the user significantly. Besides, they can be highly useful during power outages as well by serving as an immediate backup.

Among the full range of products that the company provides - energizers are the most widely popular items, as they are imported and are of premium quality. Apart from them, the company also offers batteries that are suited for hearing aids, cars, and other industrial uses.

As one of the spokespeople says, ”We offer lithium batteries, which are AA energizers, and they currently hold the Guinness World Records too for being the most durable batteries in the world. Although these batteries are non-rechargeable, they are high energy batteries. After launching these batteries, we expect them to function as effectively as the others.”

Buyers can directly place their orders with the company online and take care of the rest. They deliver the batteries within a minimum period and with utmost care. It is also ensured that cells are not damaged at any cost while they are transported over long distances.

The batteries are useful to run several electronic devices and the electrical devices, too, by converting them into alternating current. For instance, household appliances such as television, washing machine run on AC. The delivery is fast, and therefore customers need not worry about running out of power at any time.

Another spokesperson said, “We have batteries from renowned manufacturers like Duracell, Panasonic, Toshiba, Sony, and many more. All the batteries produced by these companies have the necessary features and help in the fast charging of the devices. While Duracell batteries are known to last longer, Sony batteries are versatile and meant for multi-purpose usages.”

Another significant battery brand that they offer is the Camelion batteries. These are manufactured for multiple applications, which is why their constituents also differ in nature. These batteries are either alkaline batteries or coal batteries. Furthermore, they are rechargeable too, meaning once the charge gets drained, the user can plug it in for recharging, similar to a chargeable device such as mobile phones.

Also, the batteries offered by the company find numerous applications in the field of research, commercial use, as well as residential uses. These batteries can also be used in various devices such as flashlights, car lights.

Altogether, the batteries are projected to be quite useful and handy when it comes to their regular utilization. In the backdrop of ever-increasing demands for power supply in most areas, these batteries can be witnessed as a blessing for many.

About the Company
Pin Thanh Nam has been a renowned distributor of batteries and energizers for over the years. It distributes the items based on the demands of the customers with utmost care. It also provides the leeway to get the products exchanged or refunded in case they are found to be defective on delivery. Besides, they believe in the utmost customer satisfaction for which they extend timely service.

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Organization: Pin Thanh Nam
Address: 85 Cho Dinh alley , commune 3 , La Khe , Ha Dong , Ha Noi
Phone: +84 973313542
Website: https://pinthanhnam.com

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