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New Life for NiCad Rechargeable Batteries that Won't Hold a Charge!
Black & Decker Cordless Power Tool Batteries 12 14.4v 15.6 18v 24 volt
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Here is a Useless battery that will be Resurrected! New Life Once Again!

Even though this battery was fully charged a day earlier, it has lost its charge. It should be at least 14.4 volts.

7 Volts Before Battery Resurrection

Here is a battery like the one above - for practical purposes it was dead & useless. It wouldn't hold a charge. After Resurrection and some usage, it is still showing more than 14.4 volts. It was charged over a week ago!
(Time Resurrection will last depends upon the initial condition of the battery) 

15 Volts After Battery Resurrection

Unique Dynamics, Inc. has designed a way to Resurrect your Ni-Cad batteries!

  • After Resurrection, your NiCad rechargeable battery will hold a full charge*.
  • After Resurrection, your battery will have full power & run time potential.**
  • You can Resurrect most power tool and VersaPak Batteries and many others.
  • The "Battery Resurrection® Guide™pro version" has 3 easy steps. Learn it once and you can repeat it over and over on as many batteries as you want.
  • A new "Easy Resurrecton" procedure has been added - you don't even need to open the battery! It's fast and easy! NEW! DustBuster Battery Repair!
    * all NiCad batteries gradually lose their charge. ** the battery's full power & run time potential
    Fix All NiCads - Power Tool, Phone, Laptop, Single Cells, Shaver, Remote Car


I bought a series of Black & Decker tools. (2) drills, a reciprocating saw, circular saw, and light that all used the same 14.4 volt battery. I also bought extra batteries and have a total of 4.

Three of the Batteries Stopped Holding a Charge

You can probably relate to this... I charge the battery today and tomorrow my drill runs slow and then it runs out of power after one minute. If I charge the battery and then use it right away, it will work, but it has much less power and its run time is very short compared to a new battery.

The only choice I had was to pay $35 + tax for a new battery! Thumbs Down
Thumbs up But - Now There Is Another Choice!Battery Resurrection, Renewal, Restoration
Unique Dynamics, Inc. is in the business of creating new products, so here was an opportunity to create a method to Resurrect rechargeable batteries, so they would again take a charge and hold the charge as well as deliver real power.
We Devised a Method That Works and Really Works Great!

After Resurrecting my batteries, the charge was still there day after day. I tested the batteries with a voltmeter and by running the drill. I tried to hold the chuck with my hand, but I could not because it was too strong! This really works and works great!

This is real - Check my Testimonials!


What are your old batteries worth? Your non-working tools?

Considering the price of a new power tool battery at $30-$75, if you have 3 sick 14.4 batteries like I did, the cost to replace them would be $120.00!

Think about what it would cost to replace, not just your old power tool batteries, but other rechargeable Ni-Cad batteries in other applications. Most of these batteries can be Resurrected and used again. Just think about how much money you will save! Also, Resurrection in many cases is faster than the time it takes to checkout new batteries.

98% of NiCad cordless power tool batteries can be Resurrected Including:
Black and Decker, Dewalt, Ryobi, Panasonic, Makita, Porter Cable, Bosch, and Craftsman 12 volt, 14.4 volt, 15.6 volt, 16.8 volt, 18 volt, & 24 volt cordless drills, saws, and other NiCad batteries.

Maybe you have appliances with built in batteries that don't work, like the screwdriver below. Most of these can be Resurrected!

What's it worth to have your old batteries working again at their full potential? You're probably saying to yourself, "This is a no brainer if it really works, but..." - Keep reading...

There is only 1 question left that could prevent you from ordering the "Battery Resurrection® Guide™pro version" right now...
Is this for real? Does it really work? Yes! Yes! Yes! It works great! I have a Black & Decker mini hedge trimmer that uses 2 Versapak cells. I would take the batteries out of the charger and put them in the trimmer. The power was pathetically weak and it would run for about 2 minutes tops. I resurrected each battery in less than a minute and then, after charging, I put the batteries in the trimmer and spent over 30 minutes continuously trimming in my yard. It was running like I put in 2 new fully charged batteries! Days later I checked the versapak voltages and they were still at nominal! I don't usually say, "Trust Me", but you don't need to trust me. Check testimonials!

Black and Decker Hedge Trimmer using Versapak Batteries

I've had this trimmer about 3 or 4 years and was getting ready to toss it until I discovered how to resurrect the batteries. Now it runs like new!

A Versapak nicad Battery

I hope you haven't thrown away your VersaPak batteries!
Ni-Cad batteries like these are simple to resurrect in a few seconds!

What Is the "Battery Resurrection® Guide™pro version"
The "Battery Resurrection® Guide™pro version" is an online, password secured, step by step guide that will enable anyone who can use a few common tools to resurrect rechargeable Ni-Cad batteries to their full potential (so they will hold a charge). For the 3 step method you will need access to individual cells within the battery, therefore some disassembly is required for many power tool batteries. Sealed batteries like the VersaPak do not require any disassembly and are Resurrected in seconds. Also, there is an "Easy Resurrection" one step process you can try first!
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Another Case of a Battery Resurrection®

Panasonic nicd "D" Cell Battery
In 1988 I bought a bunch of these panasonic Ni-Cad rechargeable D cell batteries

Over the years I've thrown out about 6 of these because they wouldn't charge any longer. Even after charging for a whole day they were simply dead and would not work in the slightest. I tossed many of these "dead" batteries in the trash. Now that I've developed a method to Resurrect batteries, I dug these out of retirement and put them in the charger. After charging I tested each one with a volt meter.

Two of these 8 batteries tested "0" Zero volts and are in the picture above. Zero volts means you can't even get the tiniest glow from a flashlight. I Resurrected these two batteries and placed them in the charger overnight. Then, I tested them about 4 hours after being removed from the charger and they tested 1.24 volts - still above the nominal 1.2 voltage.

Resurrect all NiCD (NiCad) "D" "C" "AA" "AAA" Batteries for Flashlights, Garden Lights, Toys, and other Devices - Brands like Panasonic, Harbor Freight Chicago Electric, Sanyo, Eveready, Rayovac, Energizer, Maxell, Sony, and all other NiCD.

Flashlight running on 2 Resurrected nicad "D" Cells

The picture above shows the same "dead" batteries after Resurrection in a 2 cell halogen flashlight. Notice how bright the light is. I kept waiting for the light to dwindle out, but I got tired of waiting and shut it off. Before battery Resurrection I couldn't even get a little glow after a full charge.

Not bad for 15 year old Ni-Cad batteries that were dead and ready for the trash. It was so easy to bring these batteries back to life and it will be easy for you too, when you know how!

Resurrection® of a Screwdriver

Ryobi Cordless Screwdriver

I received this screwdriver as a gift. It worked great for about 6 months and then it wouldn't hold a charge any longer. It has been laying around unused for years.

I Resurrected this unit in about 10 minutes. I charged it and left it out of the charger overnight and it runs great. You'll learn how to make yours work too!

Vtech nicad phone

I love this 2 line phone. It worked great for 7 years and then it went nuts! Really, the channels were rotating, it was making strange sounds, and would not charge in the base. I tried resetting the base but, nothing would make it work correctly. I looked for a new battery but, there were none to be had. I did the easy resurrection that took about a minute and put it in the base to charge. It has been working perfectly for over a year now.

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Dustbuster - spillbuster - black and decker

There are many different models of DustBusters. Some use versapak batteries, but most have built in battery packs. Just added to this version of the Battery Resurrection Guide is a section that shows you how to rebuild the battery pack and make it run like new again!

Our "Battery Resurrection® Guide™ pro version"
is also sold under the following trademarks:
"Battery Resurrection®", "Battery Repair", "Battery Repair Guide"
"Battery Fix it", "Battery Restoration", Battery Renewal"

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