Earlier this week we spoke with Wilson Lee, Founder of ReZap It is an Australian-made product intended to recharge your non-rechargeable alkaline batteries. You can get one of their ReZap pro here.
See below article/review we recently wrote about ReZap.
ReZAP wants to let people know that you can safely recharge single-use Alkaline batteries – AAA, AA, C, D, and 9V as many as 15 times. No, it is not a con!
ReZAP is the brainchild of Managing Director Wilson Lee who started Digital Works in Melbourne in 1991. He has a bachelor’s degree in Electrical, Electronic and Computing Engineering. He released the predecessor LazerCharge in 1998 proving you could recharge up to four Alkaline batteries at once for about 1 cent in power costs. READ MORE..
We also invited Prof Leanne Wiseman Australian Research Council Future Fellow, Griffith Law School from Griffith University, this week to discuss about the recently concluded summit on Right to Repair.
Terry – asked about placing security camera at the front of his house. I talked about this one from Uniden and these Flood light options from Arlo (battery operated) and Swann (powered by mains power).
Located at the Siding Spring Observatory near Coonabarabran, NSW, the Huntsman Telescope will perform deep southern sky surveys to provide researchers with a unique understanding about galaxy formation and evolution; how galaxies form, how they grow, how they engage with structures that surround them, and what happens when galaxies collide. This information could help determine the fate of the Milky Way with Scientists theorising that our Galaxy is on course for a head-on collision with the Andromeda Galaxy in around 4.5 billion years.