ReCyko + GP GP batteries are among the specially rechargeable NiMH-type rechargeable batteries designed for long-lasting equipment. Generally, it lasts more than 800 mAh and can charge up to 1,000 ×.
In 2016, GP Batteries launched ReCyko+ and ReCyko+ Pro - a new generation of rechargeable batteries using state-of-the-art manufacturing technology. Compared to their award-winning predecessors they have much better features, such as EnergyLock technology gives the new series low self-discharge rates comparable to non-rechargeable batteries. This means the batteries retain enough energy for immediate use even after several years in storage.
A further improvement comes with durability - one set of these batteries will last for up to 1,500 recharge cycles meaning they can work at a professional level for many years without a break.
GP ReCyko + Pro Professional are a second generation rechargeable battery and the successor of GP ReCyko + batteries, which won the dTest Magazine Consumer Award for Best Rechargeable Battery and also received many other technical awards.
As with the previous generation, an emphasis was placed on a high number of charging cycles and a minimal self-discharge rate.
You can recharge your GP ReCyko + Pro Professional batteries more than 1 500 times and when they are not in use, they will stay charged for a long time.
These batteries are factory-charged and are ready for use right after purchase, so there's no need to recharge before you use them for the first time. Just remove the battery from the packaging and put it in your device.
As the batteries were pre-charged during production and have an increased ability to retain energy while waiting to be purchased, these rechargeable NiMH GP batteries are ready to use immediately.
The new EnergyLock technology keeps the self-discharge rate of the batteries to a level comparable with non-rechargeable batteries. When charged, your batteries will remain charged for several years, even when you don't use them.
With Low-Self-Discharge (LSD), the battery retains up to 70% of energy when stored at room temperature. You just have to recharge the battery to get it back to 100%.
All rechargeable batteries are limited to an approximate number of charge cycles. When this number of cycles is reached, the battery capacity, or the battery's ability to conserve energy, drops significantly.
Using rechargeable batteries and taking proper care of them can save you a considerable amount of money. By using this battery, you will save up to €800 when compared to purchasing non-rechargeable batteries with an equivalent battery life.