|Hello Rick; I must confess, I was more than a
little apprehensive, when I placed my order. But I tried it, and damn,
it worked. To really put it to the test, I tried it on two batteries
that had been useless for more than two years. I then assembled a
metal building containing over 500 screws, using them. I am a believer.
Thanks for bringing me back to my cordless tools. Charlie D.
|Good Job. Fixed 7 batteries the first night. Thanks,
|I was able to resurrect 4 out of 4 Ryobi 18v batteries
that would have cost over $60 each. Thanks for the informative process
that worked right the first time! Bill M.
|OUTSTANDING!!!! I was skeptical, but too many
satisfied testimonials not to give it a try. One Expensive Cordless
Shaver Fixed!!! One B&D Power Drill Battery Fixed!!!! Two different
Cordless phone batteries fixed!!!!! I have only one complaint with
you and your procedure......WHY DIDN'T YOU GET ME THIS INFO SOONER!!!!
All of the money I could have saved and all of the toxic cadmium I
didn't have to feel guilty about if I had your incredible
procedure sooner. THANKS!!!! Lee T.
|A year or so ago I purchased your Resurrection Guide and have had great results. Tom C.
|Rick, I managed to save three of four of my Craftsman
18v batteries. Two with just "Easy Resurrection" and one
using 3 step. Tim M.
|This works. I am a engineer and this method clearly explains how to save, repair and get the most out of
your NiCad batteries. Drills, Dustbusters, Cell Phones etc. Read the Easy and the Q & A before you start
to get a clear understanding of what to do. Fast and Easy. Save a ton of money and be good to the environment also. Ric S.
Great information. The procedure saved 6 of my Versapak batteries. I only wish I knew about this before I tossed out "dead" versapak batteries over the past several years! Dann Y.
|Greetings from washington, I was kinda skeptical at first about what you were claiming... WOW was I wrong, a craftsman 18 volt battery that had been dead for 6 months and had no sign of life was totally brought back from the scrap bin in less than two seconds and took a full charge in less that 45 minutes and ran a drill without load for 3 hours straight, this info is amazing, and so simple to read and understand. Thanks again for your help and knowledge. Dallas J.
|Thank you so much, I thought I was going to loose
all of my cordless tools, but this works great. I have them all working
again thanks to you. Judy N.
|Rick, My old Craftsman 12 volt drill charger said
I had a ‘defective battery-replace battery” when I would
try and charge it. I searched the internet for replacement battery
packs and found your Battery Resurrection page. I must admit I was
a bit skeptical but figured all I had to lose was $12.95 and a little
of my time. I didn’t lose either!! I went from 0.0 volts to
13.56 volts using your method... I used the easy resurrection method
and boy was it easy! Thanks for saving me some serious cash with your
easy to use method. I would have had to replace the drill and battery
pack since Craftsman doesn’t make the battery anymore. Keep
up the good work! Best, Craig T., Ph.D.
|Hey, i just want to thank you for this easy to
follow program ;} it saved me aready 100s of bucks doing all my solar
lights and all my battery saws and drills ;} thanks again, Bob V.
All I can say is I am amazed at what happened. I had 6 12 Volt Milwaukee NiCd batterys that wouldn't even turn the light on the charger and read 0 Volts when I started. I resurrected all Six and saved about $250 in 5 minutes. All 6 batteries charged and are as powerful as ever. Amazing. Never thought I would ever be able to use them and now WOW. Thanks. Best $12 I ever spent! Andy P.
|OK this is amazing!! I've just saved about $150
and counting. I had a dead B&D battery, I mean DEAD. 0 volts.
The charger would only flash telling me that it was no good. I then
used your method and it's like new again! Now I'm mad that the companies
that make the chargers don't include a button that would automatically
regenerate the battery when it gets bad. I guess they would just sell
fewer batteries. Anyway, thanks a lot. I'm usually suspicious of offers
like yours, but yours really works. Dan B.
|This is good stuff and no gimmick. I have to admit I was skeptical about being able to resurrect a power tool battery but this really works. My bad battery was 16.8V so I took the battery apart and used the single cell resurrection... Each single cell came up to voltage... and the battery pack took a full charge and works like new. Amazing. Thank you. Ed Z,
|I just finished resurrecting a Milwaukee 14.4volt
NiCad. This battery was stone cold dead. It registered NO voltage
and wouldn't take a charge. For any one that doesn't believe, they
don't know what they're missing out on. I wish that I'd have known
about this when I threw out my 9.7 Makita drill and 4 dead batteries.
Thanks again, Bob S.
|Although I ordered the information some time ago, I just got around to trying it on some dead batteries. It's already saved me buying four very expensive drill/tool batteries. It's so easy, and it works. Thank you so much ! Very happy. Bob J.
All I can say is---OUTSTANDING !!!!
I have 2 Craftsman 19,2 batteries that wouldn't charge. The charger blinked defective. After using your technique I now have 2 perfectly useable batteries. I also have a Makita 7.2 volt right anle drill which I haven't been able to use for about 5 years. I was going to buy new batteries but never got around to it. I used your technique and now have a perfectly useable angle drill. I also have a 7.2 volt Dewalt drill with a battery I replaced and was about to discard. I now have a perfectly good extra battery.
I guess you know how much money you saved me in a matter of several hours through your technique. I am currently looking for other batteries to try.
Thank You, Thank You, Thank You
|Already this has proven to be a righteous investment, I will invest in your other products from your links also. Used this method immediately on my versa pak paperweights and converted them back to batteris again. Glad I never tossed them out! Thanks for being for real, in this day and age you never know whos tryin to pull shady deals on you and your advice is definitely solid. Kudos to you for knowledge. Domingo B., ITT Student, Computer Aided Drafting and Veteran Of The U.S Army
|I can't believe that this actually worked. I went out and bought another cordless drill, but am not to happy with it compared to my old ones. Finally, I decided to take the plunge and try this item. To my surprise, the batteries that showed were defective took a charge. Even after a day, the other batteries that would have died by now are still fully charged. It works just like the day that I bought it. Thanks for everything. Brian C.
|Well, I was skeptical, but it works. I have a
dewalt 14.4 volt trim saw that I have been trying to charge the battery,
but it wouldn't take a charge. After Resurrecting, it works again.
And note, it has been dead for about 4 years... Gary W.
I was skeptical about this but having three batteries that I was about to replace I decided to give it a try. After spending a brief amount time reading the entire package I gathered what I needed and jumped right in. I grabbed my 18 Volt DeWalt Battery and followed the instructions. I was able to resurrect two completely drained 7.2V DeWalt batteries.These showed 0V on my digital volt meter and would not charge. I then tackled a 14.4V DeWalt battery which read just over 4V and would not power anything. All three were brought back to life then I dropped each into a 1 hr quick charger and now they are powering their respective devices. Bill A.
|Wow! My batteries came back to life! Saved me!
Thank you so much! Adrian R.
|Received the resurrection pro instruction, tried it out and was VERY satisfied. I have not been able to use my 24v Black and Decker Firestorm hammer drill for 4 years. The battery was dead and the charger had burnt out. I used... Again I consider this an excellent buy.
Just wanted to let you know that I resurrected a 19.9 volt craftsman battery using the easy method... This is a great product with great information. Please keep me updated on any new information available. Curtis G.
I just completed the resurrection of my old Craftsman 7.2 to 9.6 volt battery. It required the 3x10 sec operation ane gave me a full charge at 8.6 volts. Truly amazing, I can't wait for my many NiCad batteries to fail so I can perform these miracles again. Thanks for your wonderful guide. Joe G.
|I purchased your battery rresurrection... awhile
back and tried it yesterday on a 14.4 volt Sears Ni-Cad that would
not take a charge. The charger showed it was fully charged, but it
was almost dead. Did the Resurrection and it worked perfect. Thanks.
I used your quick technique on 3 of my 19.2 volt ex batteries from craftsmen. Every one of them showed defective in the charger and would not even accept a charge. They are a four prong battery so I found the 2 negative posts and the 2 positive posts with my old volt meter( on the dcv 50 setting ) I then just tapped the positive lead... I got just this little spark. I put it in my charger and it took a full charge. It worked on the other 2 also. Thank you so much. I still can't believe it. Tom G.
|Count me among the dubious until I ran across two drills I had laid aside for disposal,hit them with the quick fix and they both popped back to life. Ralph B.
I purchased your guide on the basis that it might work, and if it didn't, well I hadn't lost too much. But hey, it works!! I resurrected a whole bunch of tool batteries and revived some tools I'd given up for dead.
Thank you buddy, I owe you one.
Hello -- I just want to tell you that I sucessfully used "Easy Resurrection" to resurrect my 18.0V Royobi cordless drill..The batteries were "dead" -- wouldn't recharge. I... followed your instructions. The batteries responded and recharged in about 1 hour. Thanks. Sam K.
|I tried your Resurrection system on 3 dead batteries here.
I would not have believed how simple it was to resurrect 2 Firestorm 9.6v batteries, using the Easy Resurrection method from the Guide. It worked the first time I tried on these batteries. Worked like a charm. Gerald D.
I saved about $150 worth of batteries bosch and dewalt. Things worked out well. I'm satisfied, thank you. Karl N.
|First of all, Thank you for $aving me $$$$. I
was about to return my rechargeable VersaPak batteries to Sears to
be recycled. I was also going to purchase new ones. I was searching
online for the least expensive replacements and came across your site.
I know you probably get this alot, but "I was sckeptical".
I read through the testimonials yesterday, purchased the package last
night and followed the steps. Like you said, it is easy. Best $...
I ever spent! My 3.6volt VersaPak batteries were reading low. The
1st battery was reading 1.24v and the 2nd 0.00v. After the procedure
I tested the Voltage......honestly I forgot which battery was the
one reading 0.00, both registered 3.83v and 3.85v.
My Pops has lots of old cordless power tools that he has purchased
over the years. He has that many because replacement batteries were
not easy to find. Purchasing new ones was easier. I can't wait to
get my hands on those batteries! Thank you, Once Skeptic Consumer,
Fausto P. Jr.
|Rick, Have resurrected 2-Versapac batteries and
a 7.2 V battery for a RYOBI drill that is no longer made, I feel that
using your program will make it possible for me to rebuild this battery
pack when it no longer responds to resurrection procedures.The instructions
are fabulously clear and easy to follow. Scott R.
|I used the information contained in the PRO VERSION of "uniquedynamics" to resurrect my 14.4 volt DeWalt Cordless Drill Battery. It was a simple procedure. Before the resurrection, the battery would only hold around 10.8 volts after resting for 8 hours. After the resurrection, the same battery will hold about 14.9 volts after resting for 8 hours. Thanks for the information. Troy S.
| I got the package and put it to work. I did do 3-14 volt Roybi
batterys and one Craftsman 18 . They all seemed to jump back to life
like a new unit... Just
have to say for the little I have used this product, IT REALLLY WORKS !! Dave T.
|Richard, I resurrected my Versapac batteries for my cordless drill in about 10 minutes. They were lifeless and I feared having to purchase a new set. Thanks for the information. I am not electrically minded, yet, had no problem following your instructions. Unfortunately, in the process, I reversed the polarity of my body, and, as a result, I am now lefthanded. Could be worse. (just kidding) Thanks, Roger J.
|Hi Rick, I must admit I was doubtful , but no
more. I restored 9v,14.4v & 18v dewalt batteries. All done the
easy way without a hitch. Great site you have. Regards, Stew J.
|Thanks for an amazing site. I was really very skeptical - I've tossed away lots of money over the years on stuff that just doesn't live up to it's promise. But I've resurrected several batteries today, and I'm completely sold on this. Brian M.
I followed the Battery Resurrection Guide instructions from Unique Dynamics. In less then five minutes I was able to bring back to life four of my NiCad 9.6 Makita batteries. All are now working and holding a charge. Amazing and so simple. Saved Me $$$ in replacement costs. I wish I had known about this process years ago. Jerald L.
|Hi rich, recived the battery resurrection guide
pro ver. from you yesterday, and i have tried it on severial old batterys.
and it works great . i'll save a fortune just doing my batterys not
even to mention some of my friends . glad i didn't hesitate to order
.thanks so much . Joe C.
|I had been searching the web for replacement NiCad
cells to replace the batteries that no longer worked in my DeWalt
18 volt battery tools. I then found your website and the descriptive
claim and testimonials from people who have tried your resurrection
technique. The cost of new batteries versus your technique seemed
too good to pass up. After purchasing your technique, I was able to
resurrect both of my spent DeWalt 18 volt battery packs. I then remembered
I had an old 12 volt Ryobi drill that no longer worked. I was able
to bring them back to life also. Now I am going around the house and
looking for other NiCad batteries to resurrect that my wife or I had
set aside because they no longer held a charge. Your technique has
saved me a lot of money on replacing batteries that I would have thrown
away at some time. Thank you. Your technique is well worth the money.
Thanks for your awesome customer support! I opened the 24V and resurrected each cell that was dead and have them on the charger now. I look forward to a few more years use out of them.
|Thanks, It worked great. Two Black and Decker drill batteries brought back to life. Thomas M.
|I resurrected two 16.8 battery packs for my Craftsman Professional cordless drill/driver using the Easy process.
One of the packs had refused to take a charge for more than year.
The first "resurrected" pack has already taken a full charge; the other one is currently on the rapid charger.
It's not just about saving money. Battery packs are lousy for the environment -- so making them last as long as possible is "green." In my case, it would have taken an hour to drive to the nearest Sears store, and there's no guarantee they would have the battery packs in stock. Spending half an hour with your process saved me a lot of time.
|Hi Rick, I just used your resurrection method and it worked flawlessly. My old 14.4v battery packs are now both reading 16.5v and charging as I write this. I was ready to throw out the complete set -drill, saw, two batteries, case and charger. The tools will now find a new life! Nick P.
|Your resurrection procedure worked great and saved
us a considerable amount of time and money. The resurrected battery
is a 15.6V, Ni-Cad, battery for a cordless craftsman drill. Before
resurrection, it was at two volts and would not charge. After resurrection
the voltage went to 17V and the battery charged and held charge.
Sincerely, Emmanuel H., P.Eng Professional Electrical Engineer.
|Great material! I've read most of it and you did a great job on it. Russell F.
|You gave me my screwdriver back! I have a Black
& Decker 9078 screwdriver that would not hold a charge. Overnight
charging only took the battery to 1.25 volts (full is 3.6) and two
days after charging, it was completely dead again. When "fully
charged", the bit spun so slow, you could grab it with your fingers
and stop it. I did the simple battery resurrection... and then charged
it overnight. It is now back to being as powerful as when I bought
it and you can't grab the bit while it's spinning; it's too strong.
Thanks! Greg L.
|I had an old 9 volt dewalt rechargable drill with
two batteries that would not hold a charge. I did the easy resurrection
on both batteries that initally only held 1-2 volts and after the
resurrection both batteries hold a charge at 9+ volts. I can now use
the drill for long periods of time which I was unable to do before
I quit using the drill because it was useless because the batteries
would not hold a charge. Thanks for giving me back my 9 volt cordless
drill. Chanucey F.
|I've successfully resurrected two 14.4 volt cordless
drill batteries, a 7.2 volt cordless drill battery and several Versapak
batteries using the easy resurrection method. It is simply amazing
when the meter shows life in them again. I've not opened up any to
resurrect specific cells yet because I haven't needed to. Thanks for
the knowledge to allow me to do this, Rick! Alan B.
|Richard, I received the info today and have already
used it and it worked as promised. This information has already saved
me about $115.00 as I have resurrected 2 batteries today. Thanks,
This is great! Thanks so much. I had a Robyi 14.4 drill that i haven't been able to use for about 5-6 yrs. I took it apart and resresucetted it each cell individually then charged it. The drill now works once again. I was doubrful at first but now i am fully convinced this works, no doubt about it now... I also resurectted a black and decker scurber and operated. It had been dead for at least 2 yrs. I love this method. This going to save me money in the long run. Thanks once again. Robert S.
|By the way, IT WORKS, as if you didn’t know.
I have a Senco battery powered finish nail gun. I also had five 12
volt battery packs that were useless, would not generate enough power
to drive a nail, and at about $75.00 each, well, you do the math.
I tried the Easy Resurrection method. In less than 15 minutes (including
time to print and read the “Easy Resurrection” method,...
and do the “resurrection”), ALL FIVE BATTERIES WERE DRIVING
NAILS AND THAT WAS BEFORE I CHARGED THEM. What a pleasure to buy something
and have it work as claimed, if not better. Steven L.
|After resurrecting the Ni-Cad batteries I mentioned I used the first one for a day and a half hanging doors before it went dead. A day later I'm still running on the second battery and it's as strong as ever! It was unbelievably easy, took less than a minute and appears to have been quite effective. This is a tool that I had set aside, as replacement batteries are $60.00 per, but now I am thrilled to have it back in my regular arsenal of tools I use regularly. You mentioned that this process does not work on NI-MH batteries, are you aware of a process that does? I have two NI-MH batteries that I was using for the same job, but they are holding a charge for about a half hour before going too dead to use, and at $95.00 per for replacements, I would love to learn of a way to resurrect them as well. Thanks, Robb M. - reply - No way to save NiMH, but look for the Rambo Battery we have coming out!
I have just carried out an “Easy Resurrection” process on my 14.4v cordless Drill/Driver batteries as suggested. This seems to have worked perfectly. As you stated in your site, after doing this and charging the batteries as normal, I was unable to hold the chuck, and the batteries seem to be holding their charge. I shall know for certain tomorrow morning, 10 September. Thank you for the info. Peter D.
|My old versapak had not been used in a couple
of years. They would not hold a charge. I used the battery Resurrection
on them and they came back to life. I wish I hadn't thrown most of
them away. Monte B.
|I just wanted to let you know Richard that I used...
to resurrect my Ryobi battery. Low and behold, my Ryobi battery went
from 2.2 to 17.4. Wow, thanks to you and your method I saved myself
about $40 to $60 dollars, and that's only on one battery. Thanks again,
|Hi Rick , I just finished my first series of various
battery resurrections and I have to say that I am impressed. It really
does work. I was just as skeptical as everyone else, but I'll be darned
it works. This process revived a variety of dead tools I had lying
around but could not bring myself to throw out. The best one being
my Snap on 9.6V cordless impact gun that has not been used for over
5+ years. Even the 15V Craftsman drill that I never did like works
just like new. I even put these tools to the test and gave them a
workout. All performed great.
Batteries I resurrected on first attempt:
2- Snap On 9.6 V
2- DeWalt 12 V
2- Craftsman 15 V
Thats a lot of money saved. Thanks, Pete W.
|G'day Richard, Thanks for the 'battery resurrection'
info. Worked brilliantly on two 14.4v Black and Deckers. I was a little
sceptical at first, but now I'm a believer. Cheers, Dave J.
|Was surfing the net one night, unable to sleep…Came across your web page and decided to give it a try…I have 9 19.2 Craftsman batteries, of which 3 have not been in service for several years (stopped holding charge/loss of power after a few seconds)…Purchased the access code, read through the instruction, went out to the garage, revived the three batteries (one went from .09 volts to 9.8 volts)…All this was accomplished with a 20 minute period…They are currently on the charger and will be tested for longevity within the following weeks. Locally, replacement batteries for the 19.2 run $60.00 ($180.00 to replace 3), For the small fee you charge, I figure you saved me $160.00+…Glade that I didn’t toss these batteries years ago…Bummed out that I tossed my Versa Pack batteries, chargers and tools many years back due to the battery issue…Can’t win them all, but this is now a lesson that will be used for the rest of my life…Thanks. Brian B.
Like others I was skeptical, but I had two choices, buy your guide or spend $150 for a new cordless drill. I had to do the 3 step process on the porter cable batteries. At first I was only getting it to nominal voltage of 11.34volts. but then after thinking about it I realized that the center post has also two single batteries in one. I then measured the center post and it was of course dead. I zapped it according to your instructions and amazingly I now showed 12.4 volts. I put it in the charger and now it is registering 13.85 volts. The cordless drill works great. the second battery is in the charger now. they both will be just fine. I saved $137 plus no dead batteries in the land fill. Your system is a great find. I have fellow workers asking me to do their dead nicad batteries. Thanks for your great Procedure on Resurrecting Ni Cad batteries. I am very satisfied and will now have my my cordless tools for a long time. Very very satisfied. Amazing Results. Les Z.
|I have had this battery rejuvination guide for
about an hour and I have repaired a 3.6 volt telephone battery and
a 12 volt craftsman cordless drill battery. It works great. Thanks,
|Hi Rick,All i can say is freaking Awesome!! I
have saved over 25 batteries over the years to do something with them.
I have resurrected 24 of them and there all working awesome, I also
saved the old tools they go to. The one thing I did was to think out
side the box? I started a part time business from this system. I placed
an ad to buy dead batteries. I recondition and rebuild them to resell.
Starting to make some good money now. I take all the batteries and
go through the 3 step process so I know they will last. I've been
doing auto repair for over 30 years
now and this brings in some side income. Thanks again for this totally
perfect system. Marty M.
PS.It's only been 2 days since I bought your info product and I already
made over $180.00 profit from fixing battries for a couple of friends.
|Hi, Just wanted to say thanks. I used your instructions
today on 11 batteries, and now they all work like new! I can once
again use tools that have been sitting on a shelf for years. great
deal. Thanks again. James M.
|OK, just had a chance to use the process.... This
is amazing, I have to admit I was a bit concerned about this process,
but I just made a totally worthless battery into one that performs
better than when it was new...
I am very impressed! Greg W.
|I have restored one rigid and two dewalt drill
battery packs successfully. Ed J.
|This is the most amazing tool a person can get.
I had two dead batteries RYOBI and was getting ready to throw them
away. I received my information and in about 30 minutes i had them
both in the chargers. They are both working and charging. Thanks David
|I was amazed how well this worked. I had a "really"
dead 18 volt DeWalt that the quick restore renewed on the first attempt.
I needed (wanted) some new technology. Thanks for the info. It was
definitely worth the $12.95 on the first battery renewal and will
no doubt keep on saving. Ken M.
|I have to admit that I was a little leery of this idea. I read some other Internet information and talked to some engineering friends of mine. They did not have any specific knowledge about this idea but admitted that battery technology was not their specialty. I had two 18 volt Sears batteries for a home drill, saw etc. combination pack that was about 8 years old. I was going to replace them until I found out that the it would cost about $130 dollars. Buying new tools seemed like a better idea. I read about battery resurrection, purchased this product and used the three step technique. Both batteries resurrected, were able to be charged and appear to be working fine. I realize nothing lasts forever but what a great way to get some extra mileage out of an expensive product. I am actually excited about something else wearing out so I can try it again. The whole cost for my project (including a pretty good multimeter) was half of the cost of one of the new batteries and I get to use it over and over again. Wade N.
|Amazing! That's all I can say. I've been throwing
out batteries for years and could have resurrected them, as easy as
1-2-3! Thanks! John G.
|WOW!!! I had two (2) 12 volt Wagner Drill/Driver
battery's that would no longer charge, after little use over a 2 years
period. I received a new charger unit from Wagner (a product recall),
but the battery's still would not charge. I searched in vain for replacement
battery's in both Canada and USA. With little hope of success, I continued
to search the Internet and THERE WAS MY ANSWER...."Unique Dynamics,
Inc."...and the "Battery Resurrection" offer. I purchased
"Battery Resurrection", followed the beautiful step-by-step
(illustrated) instructions, and VOILA! I now have two (2) 12 volt
battery's that charge AND hold a charge for $ 12.95 US. In a word
, an "AWESOME" product that "keeps on giving"...I
will "resurrect" MANY more Ni Cad battery's in the days
ahead! Thank you! Thank you! Sincerely Dave S.
|I have to admit I wasn't convinced even after reading all of the testimonials. I have a Ryobi 12 v battery that was 5 volts and made the flashlight barely glow. After the first attempt, it was up to 8 volts. I made a second attempt and it now tests 11 volts and the light is bright white and has been working for 4 days now.
Your method works great. Four out of five batteries came completely back... Gene O.
The battery Resurrection does work. I saved a lot of batteries that I was going to discard and it is so simple. Very pleased, thanks, George S.
|I was very skeptical of the claims made in your advertising. Nonetheless, based on the price of new batteries for my tools, I figured, "What the heck." I used... to resurrect 9.6 and 12 volt NiCads. I resurrected a Makita 9.6 volt battery that had been dead for over 3 years. While it is not a brand new battery, it charged up (in only about 20 minutes, suggesting it was not fully drained, just had a lost connection within the gel and held a charge for next 2 weeks before getting weak. I also resurrected a Ryobi 12.0 volt battery that had been dead for 2 years. That battery is like new. Again, it only took 15-20 minutes to charge so when I run them all the way down and recharge them I expect to see a bit more power. I tried it on several D cells I had, but they gave a direct short and a very hot wire so they were toast. Jerry M. Ph.D
|Your material on Battery Resurection was spot
on. I had two Dewalt 18 volt batteries that were loosing their ability
to hold a charge and their run time was also decreasing. I signed
up to receive your information and both batteries came back to their
full potential in just a matter of a few seconds. I am very well satisfied.
|Hello Rick, I just wanted to give you some feedback
on your battery resurrection process. Plain and simple, it works…..and
works great! I’ve resurrected two older Craftsman 14.4v Professional
batteries as well as a Craftsman 9.6v, two Skil saw Versapaks &
an incredibly old Craftsman 7.2v. I can’t wait to go through
the boxes in the basement to find the older wireless phones and screwdrivers
I have written off as useless, but never threw out yet (boy I’m
glad I didn’t now!). This is the most value I’ve gotten
for under $15 in quite some time. Thank you, Kevin C.
|Hi Rick, I've been trying out all the information and have found it very helpful. And also, it is a lot cheaper to replace a cell rather than the whole battery (Thank you). The ones I've done that didn't have bad cells in them resurrected great. Thank you for some valuable information, Jesse M.
|I was a bit skeptical when I purchased the "Resurrection
method" from you, but have become a believer in this process.
I cannot believe the number of NiCd batteries that I have "recycled"
and replaced with new and the amount of money I've spent in doing
so. My first trial was on a craftsman battery that I have owned for
many years and thought it to be gone. I used the easy resurrection
method... and whoa baby I'm using it again!!! My second attempt was
with my 18 volt batteries (2) that would not take a charge at all.
After the quick..., voila, working batteries again!!! I wish I'd purchased
this years ago!!! David C.
|Hi Richard, I got the first emails and have tried
my first resurrection. Have an older 16.5v craftsman battery that
has been bad for at least 3 years. After the one step... it is on
the charger with a red charging light (yellow with flashing red had
indicated defective battery prior)! Looks like it works. Thx, Terry
|My 18v Dewalt drill would no longer hold a charge,
so I tried the battery resurrection. Wow...worked 1st time. Battery
was registering about 7v before and 18v after using the quick method.
|I was very skeptical of your resurrection guide
at first, but I decided to buy it anyways. So my first attempt was
very successful with my Ryobi 14.4 volt battery packs, then I moved
on to my dewalt 18 v xrp battery packs and now I’m totally sold
on your guide. I have saved a lot of money and gotten a lot more life
from my batteries thanks to you. Well worth the money and I found
your step by step procedure very easy to follow and replicate in my
own workshop. Ramon C.
|I had 2 dead 18 volt batteries sitting on a shelf for almost one year.
One hit from ... volts and used one for over an hour today and it worked great.
Later this week will use the other one for an hour or more.
So far so good and THANK YOU...
Well worth the few dollars compared to the cost of a new battery.
If they last 50 to 75% I am still money ahead. Thomas M.
|Rick, we are having all kinds of success reviving
battery packs (12v & 18v) We are also helping revive the AA &
AAA rechargeable batteries our kids use in their MP3 players too.
We had our doubts at first, but we are now having genuine success
that our friends and family are even telling everyone about our new
services. Derek F.
|Rick, I dug out an old Makita 9.6 volt battery
that had not worked for a long long time, but I could not bare to
just throw the drill and everything away. I... and sure enough it
came back to life and took a charge. Now my old Makita drill will
work as well. I am very glad I came across your procedure. You could
double your price and it would still be a bargain.Thanks again, Steve
I used it today on a Ryobi 14.4 volt that read 9 volts on a meter but would not spin the drill or take a charge. I bumped it once with your system, put it on the charger for 1 hour and it test 15.4 volts and I put several deck screws in my deck and it was still strong.
Tks, Sligh H.
|Rick, I was skeptical at first,but for $12.95
I was willing to give it a try. I... have already resurrected two
18 volt Ryobi batteries and two 14 volt Craftsman batteries. It's
the best cordless investment yet! Thanks, Rick E.
|Rick , I feel like I have assented to Haven, it
worked for me and fast. My battery is a delta, it is not made any
more, that is why this was like a miracle. One of the straps had come
lose ,all I had to do was reconnect the strap and it is charging right
now . Thanks again for being patient with me. This was the best 12.95
I ever spent, I will tell the world. Michael C. Sr.
|I hope you are still out there. I can't tell you
how many times I've used the battery resurrection technique for my
rechargables that I purchased back in Nov 2006. I've only had one
battery that didn't respond. It was an old 9.6V that was pretty useless
anyway, so no big loss. As for all of the rest, 14.4 and up I'm batting
1000! The purchase price has saved me ten times over.... minimum!
Thanks again, Ken M.
|I had cordless tools worth about $500.00 that
I had not used for a couple of years because the batteries had gone
bad and replacing them was just too expensive. After resurrecting
them with your Battery Resurrection Guide, at a small fraction of
the cost of replacing them, I was able to use my cordless tools again.
Thanks, Rick .Armando C.
Rick, Just wanted to update you that I have had yet more success in resurrecting a Black and Decker 9 volt drill/driver! I had long ago thought is was dead and only recently came across it while looking for something else and decided to give it a shot. JACKPOT!
To date I have recurrected the following:
1 - Black & Decker Drill
4 - Sears 12 volt batteries
1 - Sears 16.8 Volt Battery
2 - Sears 19.2 volt batteries
Some of the batteries have required repeated resurrections, but I still feel I am ahead of the game.Thanks for the info. Dean R.
|Went from 7 good batteries to 16. The worst ones
are still good enough for flashlights. Glad I kept all the "bad"
ones... Thanks so much! Lanny T.
|I restored a badly abused Bosch 18 volt circular
saw battery. The last time I used it a year or so ago it was hard
to get it to even take a charge. My charger would give a few beeps
and then the red light would come on meaning it was either too hot
or no good, when it would take a charge it didn't have much run time
on the saw. I thought I would need the three step method on this one,
but the easy method worked. Thanks, Tim C.
|I am writing this testimonial to let you know
that I followed your manual and my TWO useless Metabo batteries are
now as good as new. I resurrected them about 3 days ago and they are
still holding their full charge. I have saved about $160 AUD. I am
very, very happy. Many thanks Wil C.
|Hi Rick; Well there is an old saying " GIVE
CREDIT WHERE CREDIT IS DUE ". So here goes my credit for your
product. My son-in-law gave me a dewalt combo set with Hammer drill,
Circular saw, Saw-saw and a flexible light. Also 4 18v batteries that
would charge, but only one held some charge. With your battery ressurrection
program and PICTURES i now have 3 batteries that take a charge!! 1
battery = 20.2 charge, 1 battery = 18.97 charge and the 3rd with a
18.94... I can go on ebay and get 2 battery for $121.00 including
shipping. But since i'm retired and on a limited income i purchased
BATTERY RESURRECTION for $12.95. I did not finish high school am 65yrs
old and if i can take 4 batteries and have 3 good ones, so can anyone
else. All you need is COMMON SENSE!!!. But the pictures really helped
me out a lot too. $121.00 - $12.95 = $108.05 i saved. John W.
|Hello Rick, I was able to resurrect a 19.2 volt
craftsman battery and a 9.6 volt snap-on Thanks for the help. Cary
Hi rick, Your graphics and instructions are very easy to understand. The system works very much as you suggest it would. I have resurrected nine batteries including power tools and torch batteries, some of the torch batteries are 20 years old, and are working better than they have for years... I look forward to helping my friends with thier batteries, as I am a retired refrig mech. and am always looking for a new challenge. I get bored quickly and this has started a new interest. Rick... THUMBS UP AND THANK YOU Regards Ian S.
|Hi Rick, Your resurrection system worked great.
My Son gave me a drill with batteries that had not been used for about
10 years , and sears doesn`t stock the batteries any longer. I put
them in the charger for about 6 hours one came up to 6 volts the other
one 1 1/2 volts, after resurrection both came up to over 16 volts
, I put them in the charger and in a few minutes the green light came
on. I have checked the voltage every day since and after using the
drill the voltage still reads over 14.4... Thank you very much, your
program saved me a bunch. Bob F.
|I just wanted to let you know that I was able
to recover two 18 volt Craftsmen batteries this weekend. One measured
8.65 volts and the other 4.64 volts and indicated 'bad' on the charger.
I... applied the 3 step process. I got them up to 17.6 volts and put
them in the charger. It went to Fast Charge and completed a full charge
on them. I used one in the flashlight to do some outdoor work. It
stayed bright the whole time and measured 19.4 volts after 24 hours.
Thank you! Greg N.
|I used your procedure (easy mode) and was able
to resurrect my two 16.8 Craftsmen batteries. They seem to hold the
charge good and they came up to around 18 volts fine. You did an excellent
job with your instructions and the pictures. Thanks also for the explanation
of what happens to Nicads. Thanks, Robert G.
|The battery reviver works perfectly, all my batteries
ae now fully charged and working perfectly. I am delighted with the
ebook, its simple & easy to use and cheap. Great product I'd recommend
it to anyone. Thanks again, David M.
Hello Rick, Your battery resurrection method
worked flawlessly during the first step application on the two 
Craftsman 13.2V and two  of my Ryobi 3.6V battery packs so far.
As a beginner, the whole operations only consumed about 40 minutes.
The performance was awesome eliminating all of my previous skepticism.
You grossly underestimated my chances at 50% after my rapid 100%
success warranting my positive feedback. I cannot say enough about
your battery resurrection method. The above battery laden tools
are stored in my cold garage during the winter months without use
or recharging. Thanks so much for your method information and follow
up. Allan S.
|To Whom it May Concern, I have an 18 volt Milwaukee
battery that has been Dead for 2 - 3 years. I left my battery in a
box full of copper fittings in the back of my truck for a week. I
always thought of throwing it away. I purchased 2 new batteries to
make up for the one dead one. But for some odd reason I never threw
out the dead one... I was completely skeptical, I thought that this
would not work. After I ordered the (your) plans on resurrecting I
thought that I had wasted my money. Boy was I wrong! I have never
been happier to admit to being wrong before! I don't fully understand
how or why it works. But I am sure tickled that it does! This is truely
amazingly incredible! This is pure genius! Thank you! Sincerely, Kevin
Great book-clear and easy procedures and explanations. Thanks for your time and reply. Tom D.
|i got the mail and i can just say.....THANKS!!!
It worked :) i am very happy. My Dewalt batteries 18 v cost 190 US
dollar here in Sweden and now i fixed it with your method. i am so
pleased that it worked. Thanks Thanks Thanks. Greetings from Sweden,
Rick, I have a 14-4 volt battery for a Skill drill that was never used very much
and I noticed after charging it and it would sit idle overnight the next day
it had to be charged again and would not last very long and I thought
maybe it was time to get a new one and the more I thought about it because
what was the use because it was not worth the cost. I tied your Battery resurrection
and now I have a battery that shows 18 volts. Before I tried it after the battery was charged
it registered only 6 volts. The method works great. Thanks John B.
|Rick, Thanks again for the Battery Resurrection
info. It worked the first time I tried it on my shot Craftsman 13.2
cordless drill battery pack. Cool part was that I could use... to
revive the bad one. Following charging the pack read 15.001 volts
and after sitting 2 days was still at 13.98. I've been telling all
my "toolhead" friends at work. Good luck. Jim P.
|Had 3 Harbor Freight 9.6 Volt batteries that wouldn't
take or keep a charge. Immediately resurrected 2 and found out that
one wouldn't 'easy resurrect". Your info gave me the info and
confidence to open the battery, test each 1.2 cell and found the one
that was a problem. Resurrected it and am now charging it. Also didn't
have a charger for 2 VersaPak silver batteries. Tested them and found
them very low. Did easy resurrect and proved both batteries good to
go once I locate a charger at a yard sale. I will now purchase battery
operated tools at a yard sale knowing I can resurrect batteries that
probably made people want to get rid of the tool in the first place.
Please keep me informed about any new discoveries and advise where
I can ask questions later on, should any questions come up. Thanks,
J.W. (You can email your questions to me and I'll help you - Rick)
|Rick, I was skeptical about this, In the last
couple of weeks I've had a drill stolen from my truck, and yesterday
I forgot to close my tailgate and another one fell off the back into
traffic. As I tried to stop, pull over and cross a busy intersection
I watched a guy stop, pick up my drill and drive away, hoping against
hope he would inspect it, find my name and phone # on both the drill
and the battery and call me. No such luck. It's like losing your right
hand. I use these tools everyday. I was looking for a reasonable replacement
when I came across your listing, and oh what the hey, it sounded to
good to be true, but what's a little more lost if it doesn't work.
I had 3 battery packs that no longer took a charge. A battery store
in town will replace all the cells in them for $60.00 each. A little
steep. If this would work it would be worth it. I followed your guide
and one easy resurected, one resurected doing the 3 step process,
and I'm going to re-read your guide and redo the 3rd when I have more
time, or else save for parts. Thank you for this great guide. I now
have replaced the 2 batteries I lost. There's some feeling coming
back in my right hand. Tom R.
|I have a lot of Motorola radio batteries and keeping
the radios up with good batteries can be very expensive. Battery Resurrection
worked on several of the batteries, the ones it didn't work on I have
not had a chance to re-resurrect to see if they will take the second
time. Thanks for the information, this could possibly save our business
a lot of money by letting us resurrect our radio batteries rather
than replace them. Mike A.
|I’m very impressed….My old 9.5V black
& Decker drill was going into the garbage because of the battery
being dead. I followed the instructions and I have my drill back and
working like new. Thanks. Daniel G.
|Rick, I was very skeptical about this, but at
59.99 per battery what the hey. I have a Sears Craftsman 14.5 drill
about 6 or 7 years old I don't use it much, but when I need it, I
need it. Both batteries would not take a charge at all. I tried your
fix and after 10 min on the charger I could not stop the chuck with
my hand both batteries took a full charge! Thanks for the info! Mark
|Hi, Very happy. I resurrected 2 12V Ryobis and
6 Makita 9.6 volts and have 5 versapacks to do. Good thing I'm a packrat.
That's what the wife says. Anyway, saved me a lot of money!! Bill
|I have two 12V Makita batteries that wouldn't
take a charge. Following your directions I now have them charging.
|Sir, Thank you very much for the Battery Resurrection
Guide, I have now recovered 3 x 18 volt batteries and a number of
single cells successfully and am delighted with the product. Money
well spent!!! William M
|Your product is unbelievable. I received your
instructions within 1/2 hour of purchase. I gathered 7 old Craftsman
drill batteries that I didn't have the heart to throw out and proceeded
to resurrect them. I sucessfully resurected all 7 batteries. A big
Thank-You for this great product at such a reasonable price. Rob S.
|Rick, AMAZING!! You just helped me resurrect 2
Craftman Drill 16.8v batteries. Replacement cost for both is over
$100!! Thanks, Bob S.
|Got it! Thanks! Worked like a charm!!!! And it
was great fun! Phil R.
|Your instructions were precise and easy to follow.
All went exactly as you said and operation went smoothly. Now I have
4 good batteries, 2 new I purchased before I came across your site
and 2 old I pulled out from my recycler and resurrected. Thanks Again!
|Hi Rickcad; I just used your restoration process
and am VERY happy with the results of your process. I saved 3 out
of 5 dead batteries, the 2 were so far gone (leaking corrosion) Im
not surprised that they didn't come back. I'm sure I've saved over
$100.00 so far. and you also told me how to repair the one's that
won't come back for less than half the cost of a new one so a big
THANK YOU. I'm very happy John U.
|So far I have successfully resurrected one 18v Ridgid battery using the conventional method. Jeremy M.
|Just wanted to let you know that your procedure
for resurrecting batteries worked for me and I'm a very satisfied
customer. My 12 volt drill battery had been dead for years and your
easy to follow guidelines reinvigorated them like a charm. It was
the best money I've spent in years. Please keep up the good work.
|I resurrected two 14.4 batteries on 9/20/07. On
showed no juice for any cell. It appeared to be dead, dead. I... and
now that battery is showing 16.5. I dated it and will see how long
it lasts. Thanks, Lance B.
|I have a Ryobi 12V drill about 3 or more years
old with two batteries. One battery was dead for over a year and held
only 2V fully charged. The other battery died recently and held only
5V fully charged. Tried your technique despite my skepticism. The
first battery now holds 10.5 V and the second a full 12 V. Both held
for 2 days and seem to have lots of reserve when I tested them. I'm
going to give it a fuller test on a project in a couple weeks, but
so far I'm impressed. David S.
|Thank you for your diligence Rick. Great customer
service! Don't see enough this day and age. Lee L.
|Just restored a 12v batt for my drill. Easy and
awesome. Thanks a million! Paul W.
|I had two 14.4 sears drill batteries that the
charger indicated defective and the no load voltage was 9 and 10 volts...
After resurrection each pair of cells jumped in voltage (no load)
until I got a total of 18 volts no load on one and 19.5 on the other.
Then I charged them both - the first time in about two years they
quick charged in about 20 minutes. I figured I saved $60
I must admit I was sceptical but decided to take a chance. SHAZAAM! It worked. Thank you for providing this service. Unfortunately, I had just disposed of 3 depleted batteries for my tools just before I found out about you. Thank you. Charles G.
|Hi There: I was kind of skeptical at first but
you made me a believer. I had 2 18 volt ryobi batteries both would
not take a charge. After your resurrection tune up both have charged
fully and working like new . Thanks again Louis B.
I was a little skeptical at first, but I tried your procedure on an 18volt Ryobi tool battery that had given up the ghost. It worked! Sadly, I had just disposed of 4 other batteries before l
found your website. Thanks. Judy G.
|It has been 48 hours since I resurrected two Craftsman
14.4-volt batteries. So far each battery has not lost one full volt
since being resurrected... Now 48 hours after the resurrection, one
battery still has a charge of 15.55 volts and the other, 15.56 volts.
So far the Battery Resurrection has been a complete success. This
technique has saved me over $100 in batteries so far. Also thanks
for helping protect our environment (battery recycling), for our children.
|After i bought the battery Resurrecting kit, It was a breeze!!! Simple after the first time. I have saved so much $$$ on battery cost for my tools . it is so worth purchasing this product. Saved about $100. on battery replacement for my power tools within 6 months!!!! Thanks" the product was helpful and a money saver> Shawn M.
|Amazing, tracked it to a bad cell that needs to be replaced in less than 5 minutes. Thanks for the great info. Brian F.
Good morning Rick, I realize that this is going to sound like a paid advertisement and a scam, however for the small amount of money you're requesting it is well worth the risk. I researched the web for replacement batteries at a cost of $29.73 to $44.00 for a DeWalt DW9072 (Ni-Cd). I felt a little awkward taking the battery apart, however the savings to me on three batteries was well worth the risk and time involved. One thing I did differently from your suggestion, I removed the adhesive pad on the top and bottom of the grouping of cells, after removing the cells from the encasement. This allowed me to gain full exposure of each individual cell easily. Thank-you, John S.
|I tried this on some old Verspak batteries first,
to seriously test this technique and out of shear curiosity. After
the resurrection process, I used tools that I haven’t used in
almost ten years and they worked like they were new! I was a little
skeptical at first, but now I am a firm believer! This process saved
me lots of money! Charles B.
|Rick, WOW, was very skeptical at first, but it
worked on the very first battery I tried. Very happy with the purchase,
I can see saving lots of $$$ on batteries from now on. Please put
me in your email list for new ideas and products... Thanks, Blake
|Used your method with an old Makita 9V power drill
battery. 0ne battery came back the other didn’t but at least
now I have my old “lightweight” drill and driver back.
Will definitely be using for more items I have. Will be very interested
in hearing about new developments on other than NICAD batteries. Just
reviving the one battery on the drill was more than worth the investment
!!!!. Add me to you mailing list. Jay L.
|Hey Rick! I tried your resurrection on 2 ryobi
14.4V batteries with immediate success! One battery is for a flash
light, the other for a drill. Both are still going strong from just
one charge for 2 weeks now! I figure your info has paid for itself
3 times already judging by the cost of replacement batteries with
the shipping. Thanks! -David W.
|I purchased Battery resurrection from you a couple
of days ago. While I haven't had a chance to use the information yet
I just wanted to write and let you know. Your how to is very well
written. You don't write over the heads of most people trying to impress
them with your knowledge and you don't write down to people in a patronizing
/ condescending manner which would make it boring to some and insulting
to others. After reading all the instructions you made it very clear
as to what is happening to these batteries and the nature of their
failure. It's evident you've spent a lot of time testing and repairing
these type's of batteries and you've done a good job passing this
information on. I'm ready to start fixing some of these batteries
instead of buying new ones. Thank You for your information. Danny
|I was rather skeptical in purchasing this procedure.
However, I soon found my skepticism was unfounded. In a few short
minutes I had resurrected 2 versapak batteries. Thank you for a procedure
that should definitely save anybody money when it comes to using rechargeable
batteries. Fred J.
|Rick, I bought the battery Resurrection thing
from you and was kinda skeptical about it. I finally needed my dewalt
14.4 cordless bad & I tried it, as both my batteries were dead
as a hammer... Darn it worked like a charm! I am charging them both
now and can't wait to use them. You saved me over $100. and I'm grateful.
Please feel free to use this in the testimonies. Thanks, Allen M.
|Hi, I tried the Battery Resurrection on a Kmart
drill that I bought in 1993 and it worked! I couldn't believe it,
I haven't been able to use the drill or get battery packs for it in
5 years. I'm very pleased. Thank you, Raphael F.
|Finally got around to resurrecting my batteries.
Had doubts big time, BUT....It worked.
Simply simple, simply amazing. Thanks, Calvin B.
The two 1822 that were resurrected are working like new. Thanks so much for this information that I think that I will learn how to repair the chargers and keep resurrecting batteries for a hobby. Thanks again. Ismael N.
|I was a bit skeptical about the resurrection claims,
but decided to give it a try. I have an old Porter-Cable cordless
drill that the batteries were not taking and/or holding a charge anymore.
(I had almost thrown it away.) I tried the easy resurrection process,
and was amazed that they both came back to live and delivered more
power than when I had received the used drill in the first place.
|I've already resurrected two Verapak batteries.
Was getting ready to get rid of them. One of the best investments
I've made. Larry C.
| I've DONE SOME Resurrecting. THIS PROCESS HAS
SAVED ME A LOT OF MONEY. 2 18V CRAFTSMAN, 2 14.4V DEWALT, 6 3.6V SCREWDRIVER,
AND 2 14.4V OFF BRAND BATTERIES. ALL WERE DEAD, BUT NOW LIVE AGAIN.
I'M NOT SURE HOW MUCH THESE WOULD HAVE COST TO GO OUT AND PURCHASE,
BUT, I DIDN'T HAVE TO. THANK YOU VERY MUCH!! Hey, have a great day!
| We just purchased the battery resurrection guide,
and we've already resurrected three DeWalt drill batteries. What a
money saver! Deagan P.
|Just wanted to let you know that I bought your
guide last week and it worked great! I had 2 12 volt Craftsmen cordless
drill batteries that were down to 4 and 6 volts. Did the easy resurrection
in about a minute for both batteries. When retested the voltmeter
had them at 13-14 volts. How will I know when to recharge them again
so I can avoid the memory effect? it's in the help section in the
guide)Thanks again, From a complete electrical novice, Dr. D.
|What a great idea, I have managed to 'Resurect'
3 batteries for my B&D Firestorm 12v Drill and have saved countless
$$$$$$, thanks for a great product... Steve G.
|It definitely does work, I had three 18 volt Dewalt
batteries that read ZERO.
I followed the three step method on 1 battery and brought it back
to life. I then tried the easy resurrection on one and it too came
back also. River B.
|Hi Rick, Just wanted to let you know things have
worked GREAT. I have tried this on a DeWalt 9.6 battery pack and a
Streamlight flashlight battery pack and they both are still going
strong... I gave the battery to a friend to try and he was amazed
with it. He said he just bought a new battery and he could not tell
the difference between the new one and the ressurected one! He even
thought the resurrected one held a better charge. Thank you very much.
I have been collecting batteries now to resurrect. It's fun to do
something so simple to restore these pricey battery packs. Roger G.
|This works great. I have used it on 3 drill batteries,
did very good. looking forward to camcorder battery. Satisfied customer.
thanks, Wayne W.
| From the last of the long-time skeptics....it
worked! My 16.8V Craftsman power driver/drill and light have new life.
I had two batteries which I had spent days pricing replacements via
the web. The minimum I was going to get away with was just under $100.
I bumped into your website by chance (or accident) and read the testimonials
and thought what the heck......$12.95 or $100?! Which makes more sense.
I bit the hook and am glad I did so. It truly worked... Both registered
19.6 volts and both have held the charge now for quite a few hours.
I'm frankly amazed ...... Thanks VERY much for sharing this valuable
information... Gary S.
| I tried the resurrection technique on a couple
of Versapac batteries I had given up on. One was very low and the
other showed no voltage after charging for 24hrs. Using the technique...
produced a dramatic change, both batteries were over 4v and powered
a light better than I recall for years. Many thanks, Brent C.
|Hi Rick, After receiving your guide, I couldn't
wait to try it on my batteries. I have two batteries that hadn't been
used for four years. I put each one on charge for about fifteen minutes
and each showed around five volts. I used your process and after the
resurrection each battery charged to the proper voltage in less than
an hour. Thanks a lot . This is GREAT!!! Marvin B.
|Rick, I bought the battery resurrection guide
Friday and read over it. It sounded to simple to work. I have an 18V
Craftsmen drill with two batteries and they had both died to about
7.5 volts and would not take a charge. The older Craftsmen 18v batteries
cost about $45.00 each to replace, and there were were several reviews
on them that stated they did not hold up very well for long and needless
to say were very upset. With nothing to loose, I ... as you had shown
and tried the simple resurrection process. IT WORKED - I was absolutely
amazed. Both batteries showed about 18+ volts after the resurrection
and would now take a charge. Previously, the charger was indicating
a defective battery. You saved me about $90.00 for batteries (or more
for a new drill), plus several Versapak batteries that it worked on
as well. I don't know how you developed this procedure, but I would
classify you a genius. I'm an engineer (an ME not electrical) and
my hat is off to you. I was truly amazed at how easy and effective
this was. I can't wait to tell my friends about this and that there
is hope for their dead batteries. Thanks so much, Steve B.
|Your information regarding battery resurrection
is great. I fixed my 24 volt bosch battery in a few minutes. Your
product is great and is easy to do. THANKS, William H.
|I've used the resurrection to do from 12 volt
to 18 volt . One 12v. two 15.6v. one 18v. showed zero volts. The 15.6
had set for over two years. All but one was done with the easy resurrection.
One 18v. had to be do done by taking it apart; this seems to have
taken care of that one. It's been almost a week and they're all holding
good. BEST MONEY I'VE SPENT . I was getting ready to buy a new set.
(I've done 12 batteries so far.) Roger R.
|I've already resurrected one battery - works great!
Thanks again! Mildred L.
|I work for a matn. dept at a school dist. and
when I told my co workers that I bought your resurrection for the
batteries they chuckeld and gave me a hard time. Then when I received
your resurrection guide and went to work the next day I resurrected
5 18 volt batteries that we were going to throw away. YOU SHOULD HAVE
SEEN THE LOOKS ON THEIR FACES, IT WAS PRICLESS, thanks and I must
say, I myself had a neg. attitude but, now I`M A TRUE BELIEVER, THIS
WORKS!!!!! THANKS AGAIN, Steve B.
| I've waited nearly two months to let you know
that your quick resurrection instructions for my power tool batteries
worked like a charm. They came to life after being useless for six
months. They now hold a charge and recharge almost like new. Thanks,
|I tried the method using... on both versapaks
and 14.4 v tool batteries, and saved 6 versapaks and the 14.4v that
I thought I would have to replace! Thanks! Tom D.
|Dear Rick, I have 2 18 volt Ryobi Ni-Cad batteries
that had pretty much stopped working. After a few tries, they are
now holding their full voltage as if they were new. I am very pleased
with the instructions you sold and the suggestions you gave. It was
well worth the cost. Thanks Gerald B.
| So far I have done 2 Ryobi 12V packs, a HF 16.8V,
and a 7.2V R/C car pack with results as advertised. I used the quick
method. Timothy N.
|Hi, I just wanted to tell you that your system
works great. I revived 8 versapak batteries that would not even take
a charge as well as 2 14.5 volt batteries. All are working well and
last about as long as my newer ones. I was ready to spend about a
hundred dollars on batteries so your program paid for itself right
away. Thanks ! Joe W.
|Your help in resurrecting the 19.2 volt batteries and rebuilding them helped me from throwing out perfectly good Porter Cable tools... Bob Z.
|I want to give a testimony about your battery resurrection product.
I took a Makita 9.6v that was completly dead ( would not register on the volt meter) followed your instruction. Checked the battery again and it showed more than 9.6v. Gave it a full charged used it as a hammer drill, and then chucked it up in a vise and ran it steady for 10 to 12 minutes and it still registered 8.45v. I forgot to tell you when I first put in the charger,before I followed your instructions the charger kicked off,so I reset the charger, still it would not charge. I almost threw the battery alway. YOUR PRODUCT WORKS. Thank you Jack H.
|Rick, did my two Dewalt 12v batteries and they
seem to be working like new. Real easy to do just follow the instructions.
Thanks, Don T.
|Rick, Thank you, the versa pack repair worked
fine. Thank you, Tom J.
|A short note to let you know how wonderful your
battery resurrection is. My 12v batteries for my drill were $37.00
each, the drill originally was only 29.95. so I bought a new drill
but, kept the old one and the batteries. The resurection procedure
came in handy, now Ihave 2 good cordless drills, with good batteries.
please keep in touch with any new techniques. Dean E.
|It took me a couple tries but, I got the hang
of restoring the batteries now and it has already saved me hundreds.
I am a contractor and own 6 18 volt dewalt drills and about 15 batteries.
I have rebuilt 2 of my old batteries and they work great. I have found
the 3 step process to work best for my batteries but, believe me they
are well used and definitely abused. Thanks for the great process.
|I used the battery ressurection guide to renew
four Craftsman 14.4 v batteries. Like most people I am always in a
hurry, so I tried the easy process first. After using the procedure
on each one, all four showed full voltage on the meter. Thanks, James
|I've refurbished 2 batteries and am working toward
a third. Thanks - it works. Gary T.
| Both charged up and I could not hold the chuck.
Thanks. Matthew M.
|Aloha Rick, Truly a fabulous service you have
offered indeed. Superb details, pictures and explanation(s).. I cannot
tell you enough how informative and practical your Battery Resurrection
Tutorial is... Mahalo! (Thank you!). Andrew D.
|Your resurrection procedure worked like a charm!
The battery lives again! Please add me to your mailing list for future
updates. Best regards, Dan C.
|Resurrected 5 batteries of varying voltages. All
worked out fine. Two seemed to be completely dead before resurrection.
|Hi Rick; received the passcode right away and
already fixed all my batteries - 6 in total. I used the quick method
and brought all back to life. Actually, my 18 volt skills are showing
as high as 23 volts. All batteries are holding power very well, where
before they would go dead overnight. Totaly impressed, it was money
very well spent. I thank you very much. Sincerely; Darrell L.
|Thank you a lot!! it works!! I can't believe it!
Before resurrection the charger light indicates that I must replace
the battery ( dewalt 14.v) Damn good info!! The best 12 dollars I've
spent on ebay!! Have a good day. Polo N.
|I am amazed Rick. I had four 14.4 batteries that
would no longer take a charge and was about to recycle them until
I saw your advertisement. The volt readings were ,0.0,3.4,4.6 and
5.1 and left them in my two chargers over night. This morning they
are both fully charged. Sure saved me a lot of money. Rolly D.
|Hi Rick, Didn't know if this would really work
but WOW! Tried it on a craftsman 19.2V and it only took a few minutes
and it was charging and working again. I will be using it on some
19.2V porter cable batteries. THANKS! John H.
|It really worked, I had some doubt, but I revived
an 18 volt ryobi with the 3 step process. Then I found 8 very old
rechargeable C batteries, all dead. I revived 6 of them. They now
are holding 1.3 volts. Steve A.
|Hi Rick, This system of yours just saved me $120
on the tentative purchase of two Ryobi 18 volt batteries to the tune
of 75 bucks each minus 30 bucks for a multimeter bought locally plus
the purchase of your system! Your system is unf%^&*ing believable!!!
My two 18 volt Ryobi batteries wouldn't hold a charge for more than
2 days, and even after a full charge I could stop the chuck on the
low speed. Not anymore though! It's been four days since resurrection
followed by a full charge and I still can't stop the chuck even on
the high speed. According to the multimeter they're both still substantially
above nominal volts. I don't know how you came up with this but God
Bless you from a working man who isn't made of money!! Thanks again!!!
|Thank You , Great Procedure ! I just got an 18v
ryobi battery pack back up and running , still have to do another
ryobi and also a makita. Thanks again , MikeC.
|Man, thank you. I had my craftsman 14.4volt DEAD.
The charger said to replace the battery. I did last time, but this
time Ibought you guide and damm, it worked in mins. I put it back
in the charger and now it is charging up. The charger didn't say replace
the battery. Man, I am Buzzing now. Thanks again for the great info.
|Hey dude- I bought the resurrection guide for
my 18 volt skill kit. Worked like a charm. After I charged them they
went to 18.6 volts, and I was able to use the batteries for 4 hours
before going dead- before I used your method they would last about
17 min. and would not even run the 7 1/4 saw fast enough to cut a
piece of 1/4 inch plywood. GREAT INVESTMENT... THANK YOU. Doug U.
|Hi Rick, I just wanted to let you know that I
used your guide to resurrect one Firestorm 13.2V battery and my neighbors
(2) 14.4V Milwakee batteries. Surprisingly, all three batteries work
fine after a full charge. When my neighbor put his dead batteries
in his charger the red charging light stayed off, and after resurrection,
the red light came on. The price of the Resurrection Guide has paid
for itself three times over. The batteries do come back to life. Thanks
again Rick. George C.
|I did what you documented, and it worked on 6
of my 7 batteries. The 7th one has been dead for 3 years, and it was
its time. I saved $72.00 already, and that is only my Black &
Decker 1.5 volt batteries. Thanks, Dale B.
|Hi Rick, I have to tell you that the resurrection
really works. I have 2 craftsman 14.4 volt batteries that measured
5 volts and would not hold a charge. Afterwards they measured 14.4
volts. I fully charged them last night and this morning the voltage
was 14.4 volts. My drill is like new. Your program really works. Thank
you, Ed R.
|Like a lot of your testimonials, I was looking
online for a replacement 18V Craftsman battery for my several years
old drill. Like a lot of manufacturers, Craftsman has changed the
shape of their 18V batteries. Their new $25.00 18V battery won’t
fit my drill, and they want between $45.00 and $65.00 for the battery
that will fit my drill. I could not charge the battery before doing
the resurrection because my charger will not start up if the battery
is bad. As soon as I was done, I put the battery on the charger and
the charge cycle started right up. I have always heard, “If
it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.” This procedure
lives up to all the claims. Thank you. Richard R.
|Rick, we have used many 14.4 batteries for our
three Firestorm drills. Before I found out about your resurrection
technique, we would simply throw them away when they either lost their
ability to hold a charge, or would not charge to a sufficient level
to opperate the device. Now that we have tried your technique, we
have several batteries that not only work well, some even outperform
a new one, fresh out of the package. Now that is amazing! Thank you
for saving us money and helping to clean up our environment, moving
us one step away from the "disposable society" that we have
become. Sincerely, Darren S.
|My miracle resurrection is my 3.7 volt cell phone
battery my wife gave up on. Fred B.
|Thanks, you saved me $100 I brought 2-18volt &
1-12volt weed eater battery back, I'll tell anyone it does work cause
Iwas in a hair of buying new ones, again, thanks a million. William
|Rick- I got the battery resurrection guide -access!
I tried it on a telphone battery and it works! Thanks, Dennis L.
|It really worked!! I had a 13.2V NiCad Craftsman
power tool battery that measured only 1.2V and would not take a charge
(charger showed it to be defective). I used... the easy resurrection
procedure. The battery came up to 13.2 volts and took a full charge
on the charger. Battery works great in the power tool. Saved myself
$35 or more. Thanks! William D.
|I had 15 Dead Batteries And they all are taking
charges, I can't believe it thanks ALOT, Jason D.
|This worked good on the two Sears 18V cordless
drill batteries I have. Victor M.
|I have resurrected 3 batteries so far. Everything
works as stated. Could not be happier.
Thanks, Carroll O.
|UNBELIEVABLE!!! Within 2 hours after receiving
your information, I repaired 7 batteries from various tools that were
headed for eBay or the flea market. Even batteries that I thought
were OK, tested weak. They're all better now. John B.
|HI have resurrected over seven 14.4 volt Dewalt
batteries with 100 percent success. I also did about 8 verapacks with
only one failure. Bob C.
Hello Rick, Worked Great, saved all the cells
in my 14.4 volt porter cable and some versapak batteries. Thanks
Again, Brent M.
|This is great it works on all of the batteries
I have tried it on. If you follow the directions everything works
GREAT. George B.
|I must say Rick, it worked great on my 18v Ryobi
power pack. I did each one that was dead then checked voltage with
my meter. After I was done they all were fine. Plugged it back in
the charger. It was a beautiful thing... Thanks, great tip. Clem B.
|Fantastic! I tried a "quick fix" on
a Versapac from my electric screwdriver. I had retired it a couple
of years ago (the battery cost nearly as much as a new one). It now
works as good as new. I named it Lazarus. I have a Paslode framing
nailer I haven't used in several years due to 2 dead batteries that
cost $50 each. The 6volt battery fires a butane charge that drives
the nails. Dead as a doorknob. Used the "quick fix" once
and brought it up to 4.06v. Second time I got 7.04v. Stays hot; 6.55
after 6 days. I've already saved well over $100 and I've still got
a 24v drill with two dead batteries I'm going to juice up as well
as another paslode battery. Thank you, I'm really going to enjoy my
"new" tools. Henry D.
|Hello Rick, Just want to say that the Battery
Resurrection worked great! I had 5 VersaPak batteries that would not
hold a charge. After the 1st resurrection they all work great with
plenty of power. Sure glad I found your site. I was looking for an
internet site to purchase new batteries and ran into your information.
Sure glad I gave it a try. Information was very detailed and easy
to follow. Dean E.
|Hi, Rick. Best $12.95 I have spent. I have resurrected
two 14.4 v Ryobi drill batteries and two VersaPak batteries. Tomorrow
I will try to do the battery built into my electric driver. Great
product. Thanks, Roy S.
|The techniques described worked great. I brought
two dead batteries back to life, saved me a bunch on new batteries
or a new drill. Thanks! Bob F.
|I had a craftsman 15.6 volt drill with one dead
battery. You could charge it for days and not have anything. I tried
the easy resurrection on it using... and within 1 hour I was using
the once dead battery. I felt just like Dr. Frankenstein, LOL, well
kinda . Thanks Phil W.
|Figured I could afford to lose $13 on what I figured
was a long shot that your guide would work. 12V Dewalt battery read
7.1 volts after charge - 13.6 volts after following your directions.
Guide has already paid for itself. Thanks, Russell S.
|Hey! I just resurrected 2 Makita 9.6 batteries
that had been dead for at least a year, 2 Craftsman 18 volt, and a
14.4 Dewalt. I reckon I saved over $200 over buying new. The Craftsman
batteries each had... and was surprised how easily they were resurrected!
I used the Quick Resurrection Method on the Makitas because there
was no easy way to get into them. I'm very pleased with the results
of both ways, and will be using Battery Resurrection many, many times
in the future! Thanks, Joe H.
|HI Richard! I used your method today and resurrected
two Craftsman 18 volt batteries, and three 15.6 volt Craftsman batteries
that I had also given up on long ago. I am amazed at how quickly it
worked. The cost of your product is nothing compared to the savings
you get from not having to buy new battery packs! Thanks, Bruce G.
|Rick, I am absolutely AMAZED at how well your
Battery Resurrection process works. I was able to successfully revive
two Craftsman 14.4 volt and one Ryobi 14.4 volt in the first two days.
The second Ryobi has a physical short that your guide also helped
me identify. Anybody with ANY mechanical or electrical sense can follow
these instructions. Thanks for your help and your money saving information.
|Just Resurrected 2 Ryobi batteries that had been
dead for 2 years. Now they work fine. Also 3 Craftsman and 2 Skill
brought back to life--thanks thanks- Bob W.
| I had two 14v. Black and Decker batteries that
read 0.00v and 1.2v. Neither one of the batteries would even give
a faint glow in the light, and after the process and charging, they
both run the drill at full speed and the chuck can not be stopped.
|This worked great. I had a 5" circ saw with
a dead battery and thought I would give this tutoral a try before
buying a new battery. It works great now and only cost was for this
tutoral. Will W.
| I have saved 3 12 volt batterys and 18 yard light
batterys with this restore method. Thanks, Leo T.
|I tried the resurrection process on 6 versapak
batteries that were completely dead, showing a 0.0 on the multimeter
for each. Here it is 6 weeks later, and all 6 batteries are still
running strong off the initial recharge after resurrection. At $11-14
each, the resurrection process has already saved me over $50. I haven't
tried it on any of my other Ni-Cads, but you can bet I will once they
start getting weak. Thanks for the great info. Chuck S.
|Thanks very much. This saved me quite a few bucks
repairing my Milwaukee 14.4 batteries. Pretty cool deal. I recommend
this to any cordless user . I'm a commercial building framer and will
always use this info in the future. Michael M.
|Just followed your instructions and wow it worked!
I just bought a sears craftsman 18v cordless trim saw for resale, but was going to list it as having a dead battery. I was going to put in the listing how much a new battery would be and in the process of googling for that info I ran accross your ad. Very reluctantly I paid the 12.95 thinking it is worth a shot. I ran to harborfreight and bought a multi-meter, came home and resurrected the 18 v sears battery. Wow, I am impressed.
Thank you so much.
|Works Great!!! I restored one (out of two) dead
14.4 drill motor battery. Battery is at least 5 years old and works
like new now... Definitely worth the price of admission!!! Joe S.
|Saved over $700. in discarded Batteries... I saved
5 18v Milwaukee batteries and 8 Ryobi 18v batteries in less than an
hour. It has been two days and all batteries are holding a full charge.
So far today the guys have screwed in over 300 2.5 inch screws and
still running strong on one Milwaukee battery. I am a contractor and
we use from 5 to 8 batteries a day. Larry F.
|It's great that you sell this info at a very reasonable
price, because the tool companies are making a fortune and don't care
about us, just our money. Thanks.....Jim D.
|Rick, This is F$#%&^ unbelievable. Once I
started using... the process worked like a charm. Thanks again man
this is great. I have at least 1/2 a dozen expensive DeWalt batteries
and this saved me a bunch of money. Mark D.
|Hi Rick, I had five of my many VP100s go weak
and was trying to find where I could dispose of them as we are not
allowd to put them in our waste bins here in the UK. They were down
in the low 100s, so I saw your resurrection ad and I thought for this
price I'd try it!!! I did and to my amazment all five went up to the
mid 400s. I'm chuft about that as I have three vpdrills/vpsander /vpstrimmer/vpdustbuster/vpscrewdriver
and vp multitool, so you see I need the versapaks to work. Genius
thanks a million. Bill P.
|Hi Rick, the resurrection worked great. I couldn't
believe it was that simple. Thanks again.
|It works. I have a craftsman drill with two 18v
batt. I was thinking of putting it in the garbage because they cost
($71 each). I solved the problem with the resurrection guide for only
$12.95. Thanks resurrection guide. Julio---Puerto Rico.
|Dear Rick, Just a quick line or two to let you
know how thrilled I am about your process. After recieving the instructions
on resurrection of the batteries I couldn't wait to try it. Let me
tell you that I would not have believed it if I wouldn't have tried
it myself. In a matter of thirty minutes I had four out of four craftsman
batteries resurrected, two twelve volt, and two fifteen-six volt brought
back to life. Thanks So Much, Ray E.
|Rick, I was very skeptical about a simple fix
for my worn-out batteries, but with your low price I figured that
it was worth a try. I had four 14.4 Volt batteries that were worn
out and despite being left on the charger for days, they would not
accept a charge. I bought your Battery Resurrection Guide and immediately
used the "Easy Resurrection" method on all four batteries.
BRILLIANT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! All four of my batteries are now functioning
as good, if not better, than they did when originally purchased. Pretty
comical that after $12.95 and a few minutes, I now have four fully
charged and chargeable batteries. Each battery only needed 1 hour
on the charger for a full charge after being resurrected. Just like
new. Amazing. Thank you. Harald H.
|I was initially skeptical and suspicious, but
after trying it myself, I'm convinced--it works. The Resurrection
technique saved me $80! I expect to save (=avoid spending) _hundreds
of $_ over the life of my cordless tools.Good luck with the R&D,
I'm especially interested in your findings with laptop batteries.
Thanks tons! Alvin L.
|Rick, I just wanted to send you a quick note to
say your procedure worked great and it took all of about 10 seconds!
Sears has discontinued the 16.8v battery packs and chargers. They
can only be found used on the internet. I was going to end up buying
a new drill when I found your website. You just saved me at least
a $100! Thanks again! It's nice to know that there are still some
good products and info available and that your website was not a scam
to just get my money! Glen M.
|I wanted to thank you for the great information
you've put together on ressurecting Ni-cad batteries. It saved me
over $100! I own a Craftsman 12v drill. It has provided me with years
of faithful service. Six months ago one of the two batteries wouldn't
hold a charge. I contemplated purchasing another, but hesitated when
I found the replacement cost was $50. Just recently the second battery
started doing the same thing. My wife found your advertisement on
the web. I ordered the information, and in an afternoon I had revived
both batteries. That drill is now a useful tool once again. Erich
|I bought your product and want to leave a testimonial.
You saved me alot of money with that resurection guide. It brought
back to life 2 cordless drill batteries and 2 batteries from a Sharp
video camera so far. Fantastic. You should be asking more for it when
it has the possibility of saving people so much money. Thanks again.
I took your procedures and "resurrected"
a $100.00 Nebulizer Battery and then two $50.00 power tool batteries.
The process does exactly what is claimed when followed. The item
is a Transneb Medical Battery. Ray D.
|I took my old Versapak batteries and brought them
back to life. Works GREAT, and so simple to do. Thanks a bundle, Rick
|Hi Rick, Just a quick note to say just how pleased
I am with your "Information". When I received it (within
minutes after paying) I went right out in the garage and tried the
"Easy Resurrection" method on a Ryobi Battery (9.6v) which
has been dead and would not charge for over a year. Battery came to
life even before putting it in charger, then after charging it I once
again have both batteries that came with the drill!! When I got home
from work today, I couldn't wait to try this method on a Makita Drill
with built-in non-replaceable batteries. This drill was one of my
favorites (Right Size - Right Weight), but hasn't worked in 4 years
or so. Just couldn't bring myself to throw it away and the shops want
more than I paid for it new to repair it. Well guess what? After removing
the screws to separate the halves I did a quick resurrection (actually
twice) and on the second one "my favorite" is just like
it was before it died! It's charging as I type this. So mark me down
for a VERY SATISFIED CUSTOMER, and to quote a once popular phrase
to anyone trying to decide whether to buy this, "TRY IT, YOU'LL
LIKE IT". Thanks again, CARL S.
|So far I have resurrected 1 battery that would
not charge... I took my Craftsman 18 volt charger to Sears & the
guy there said the charger was bad (it wasn't). The repair guide is
really amazing. Thanks! Gary L.
|Rick, I used the quick fix on a couple of 12 volt
Ryobi drill batteries. They immediately came back to full charge.
You just saved me a bunch of money. Thanks. Bill G.
|Three for three. Two Sears 12volt and one Black/Decker
3.6volt all working fine. I am amazed! It paid for itself when I resurrected
the Black/Decker, they cost new $14.95. It's hard to believe that
it works, but it does and I am well pleased. I am getting ready to
do one for my son next. Thanks again, another happy custmer. Larry
|Hi Rick, The battery resurrection is absolutely
AMAZING. I had been trying to recharge a 18v dewalt battery a few
weeks ago only to have the dewalt reconditioning recharger red light
blink very fast after a few minutes with the battery in the charger.
I tested the battery with the volt meter and it read 0.00. I used
your instructions to resurrect the battery and I charged it fully
on the same charger that it would not charge on and now it is fixed.
When I tested the voltage it reads over 20.0 volts. Thanks So Much.
|Rick. This guide is great. I was very skeptical
as others were in the testimonials I read. $12.95 is not much to spend
these days, even it doesn't work. So, comparing that to the price
of a new battery, I went for it. My problem was a Craftsman 18 volt
battery that would not charge on the charger. It just flashed red
saying the battery was discharged or hot... After applying the process,
I put the battery on the charger. The charger said it was charging...
I was amazed. My wife sat and watched what I was doing and she could
not believe it. Thank you! Mike V.
|Hey Man, I have to thank you for your Battery
Resurrection Guide... I "had" two Ryobi 18 volt batteries
that I thought were wasted, but now I have two like new batteries
after following your guidance. Thank you again, and good luck, Chad
|I used... to rejuvenate my 18 volt ryobi three
year old shorted battery and your system worked the first time. Battery
has more power than it did when it was new. Allen M. retired electrician.
|Man you're awesome! You saved me $140.00. The
process is easy, and I think anybody could understand the directions.
I had four batteries as good as dead that I was dreading to replace
because of the cost. I considered just getting a whole new set (drill
and batteries), but you saved me the expense and time. Thank you,
thank you, thank you ! ED H.
|HOLY CR_P, that about sums up the experience.
I had 4 batteries for my 12 volt B&D drill and I was down to 1
battery that I could use... I now have 3 after the resurrection...
I figured I saved a lot of money when I spent the 12.95 for the tutorial.
Thanks... Gary R.
|Worked fine for me. I revived a discontinued 14
volt Craftsman. Many thanks. Alain L.
|The battery resurrection guide worked wonders
on my dewalt 18v batteries. I was almost ready to go and buy new batteries
for my cordless drills, but stumbled on to your web page saving me
heaps on replacements. Thanks again, Dave F.
|I just bought the Battery resurrection guide and
already fixed the batterys of two cordless drills. I had them lying
around for two years with flat batteries and now they work again.
Fantastic! I was skeptical at first, but now I have to say: This works!
Fast, simple and definitely cheaper than a new set of batteries. Great,
will fix all the flat batteries of my work mates for a sixpack. David
|Thanks. resurrected 3 versapak, 1- 18v and a phone
battery. Don B.
|Hey Rick, Was very skeptical when paying for the
resurrection guide... BUT threw the battery on the charger and “BINGO”
it was taking a charge. Resurrected a dewalt battery and “BINGO”.
Both batteries were flat DEAD; they wouldn’t even take a charge,
now they work just fine. You just saved me over 100 buck’s,
thanks. Larry O.
|This worked on 3 of my 4 Kenwood portable radio
batteries, They lasted all day with normal use and still had juice
left. THANKS RAY H. M. (a happy buyer)
|It works, I revived 2 18V dewalt XRP batteries,
2 Mastercraft 14.4 V batteries and an old rechargeable lamp. Now I
have no limits. Every NI-CAD battery can be revived. Thanks, Jean
|This was genius!!! I resurected two 12-volt batteries
of my Ryobi Cordless drill/driver. On one I resurrected with the easy
resurection, but the other I had do the long way. I was so excited
when one came alive, and was over 12 volts after 3 hour charging.
It certainly held the charge and makes my tool work like brand new...
It was the best investment I ever did... I thank you for sharing this
simple, and very ingenius knowledge. My WIFE thinks I am a GENIUS!!!!
|Well, I’ll be damned. The batt was absolutely
FLAT, no reading at all. I jump started it using Easy Rez... I put
it in the charger and did not get the fast blinking, but the steady
blinking, indicating charging. Left it on for a little while and it’s
now fully charged. Saved me $60!! Al J.
| Hi Rick, Just want you to know that I had very
good success with your program. I ressurected seven different types
of tools with batteries from 2.4 to 19.2... Don N.
|Rick, I will have to admit that I was skeptical
about your claims. After receiving your information I decided to experiment
on a couple of very old and very dead nicad batteries for an old Bosch
cordless drill. I had given up hope of finding replacements, so I
figured I had nothing to lose. To my surprise I was able to ressurect
both batteries and return my drill to a useful life. This drill had
sat idle for at least 5 years. I am impressed! Thank you, Herb J.
|This is so Kool even a kid could do it. I Tried
the Easy Resurrection first and my Battery took a Full Charge. Thanks
a Million, you saved me a lot of money in the future. Steve G.
|Hi Rick, The two Coleman 18 volt batteries work
like new ones with plenty of torque on my drill. It was worth the
$12.95. Money well spent. Thanks again, Dave B.
|Hi. This is by far the best deal yet...! I had
six versapak batteries that were bone dead and your method brought
5 back to like new life again! You are a genius and a true hero to
we carpenters all across the country. Thank you very much. Thomas
|I have to say that I was skeptical about both
your "ressurrection" claims as well as my abilities to perform
this, but being a military wife with my husband away for months at
a time, I sometimes have to go out of my comfort zone to get the job
done, as I am the only one who's here to do it. I ordered your guide,
and was amazed at how easy it was to resurrect my two Ryobi 14.4 volt
batteries that hadn't taken a charge for months. I was so proud to
not only be able to fix the batteries, and to complete the repair
project that I needed the drill for, but mostly to be able to e-mail
my husband and tell him that I fixed his drill. Thanks for saving
me time, money, and frustration replacing a perfectly good working
drill. - Sue M.
| I’m very impressed with your battery resurrection
guide. I was skeptical at first. I was able to resurrect two 14.4
Volt Ryobi batteries. Jeff H.
|Some months ago I purchased your battery repair
guide and it work very well on my 12 volt batteries. I had some success
on my 18 volt batteries, but I think they were really shot. I was
able to get one good one out of three.
My problem is that the cat pee'd on the documents and they are no
longer usable. Since I no longer have my access code for the link,
can you help me out? Thanks, Steve ** I sent him the link, of course,
|I just resurrected two batteries using your method
and it worked very well. My drill is back to normal strength, and
the batteries hold a charge now where they didn’t before. The
method is straightforward and pretty easy. Any man or woman who is
handy around the house should have no trouble doing it. In my opinion,
it was money well spent. R. W.
| Hi Rick: Thanks for the Guide, it worked like
a charm. I used... to resurrect a Craftsman 16.8 battery that has
been dead for about 4 years. The charger code on that one said that
it was defective and needed replacing. Well, after applying your procedure
I placed it into the charger and it began taking a charge for the
first time in 4 years. An hour later the charger showed it had fully
charged, I put it back in the drill and it has plenty of power and
torque. Am I glad I didn't throw it away. Next, I had two 3.6 volt
VersaPak batteries that were dead. I applied the procedure to both
of them. To my delight... it now has plenty of power and works like
new. Thanks again, Bob H.
|In the first hour I fixed 4 Ryobi batteries and
two craftman. Your product is wonderful. Migdcel N.
|I waited a few days to see if the resurrection
was going to hold, worked perfectly. I resurrected two 18 volt Milwaukee
batterys and a 2.4 volt Skil screwdriver and it worked perfectly.
|Can't believe it actually worked, but it did on
my Craftsman 18V battery. I know new drills aren't that much, but
I have become attached to this one, so saving my battery was just
the ticket for me. I used... and the battery was resurrected!! Thanks
for the wonderful info!! Ted S.
|I was definitely a skeptic, but thought I'd risk
$12.95 since the cost of a new Porter Cable 14.4V battery is about
$65. I used... (easy resurrection) and afterward the battery measured
over 15V. After charging the battery, seems to have plenty of power.
Thanks! Dave M.
|Great Deal.. I revived 3 batteries using your
guide. Thanks, Frank M.
|I had 2 Craftsman 18v batteries, and one 13.2v
battery that would...
|"This process works. Of all the household
hints, tips, and do-it-yourself advice out there, this is worth many,
many times the $12.95 price". Sincerely, Eric P.
|Found my access, wow used this and everyone of
my batteries came back to life even ones that were over 10 yrs old,
thanks thanks thanks. David W.
|I was able to Resurrect two(2) 14.4 volt Craftsman
batteries using... I have used my drill with one of the batteries
since charging them and they are both still over the normal voltage.
Saved me a lot of money. Paul D.
|I wanted to take a minute and say that Battery
Resurrection really does work! I’ve resurrected some Versa-Pac
batteries that I almost threw away several years ago. Also, in the
process of resurrecting some Ryobi cordless drill/driver batteries
I found wires that had broken off and only needed to be soldered back.
So even though I didn’t have to resurrect them, the process
saved me a LOT of money and I WILL be prepared for when I do need
to resurrect them! I am a former skeptic who now believes. Ricky
|I really didn't think this would work, but you
proved me wrong. I resurrected 2 ryobi 14.4 batteries by the easy
method. The charger was showing the batteries to be bad, but after
resurrecting they worked great. Pretty simple to do and I had everything
I needed in my garage. Thanks! D.A.
|Just a note to let you know that I have had great
success bringing a couple of Dewalt batteries
back to life. ...now I am set and able to bring any additional dead
batteries back to life. Thanks for the info... Regards, Frank M. Jr.
|Richard: Here is a testimonial for you: After...,
I fixed four old Versapak batteries in a few minutes! Now my drill
works again. Thanks a lot. Keith S.
|Dear Rick, I just finished resurrecting my dead
craftsman 14.4 volt battery. You made a believer out of me. I don't
know why or how this works, but it does. Richard N.
|Rick, I am completely amazed at this process!
Works like a charm.The money you have saved me is considerable! I
have to say that I think this is the best $12.95 I have ever spent.
Keep up the good work. Thank you so very much! Truly AWESOME!!! Brian
|I just applied the instructions per the guide.
AMAZING RESULTS!! Again, honest American ingenuity. Glad I found your
ad. Keep up the good work. Paul D.
|I had 2 batteries for a 12V Craftsman cordless
drill go on the blink...
|Hey it works. At first I was skeptical but for
$12 one can only give it a try. Now I have may batteries back. Too
bad I already bought a new one. Paul B.
|I had 3, 12 volt Ryobi batteries. I resurrected
2 of the three, the third one had cells that leaked, I'm keeping it
for the cells that are still good, plus I resurrected 3 of my rechargeable
screwdrivers, that I stashed, I was looking to buy new batteries for
these, and now I don't have to, I saved at least $65.00. I took a
chance and gambled, and won..This really works!!! I still can't believe
it worked..This was the best investment that I ever did!!! Thanks
|Awesome!!! I had two dead versapack batteries
and in just 3 seconds they were revitalized enough to accept a 3 hour
charge and they are running like new again. I must admit I was very
skeptical at first but WOW, I am convinced now! Thanks
again for saving me a bundle! Mike
|As a true skeptic, I paid your price-to-peek on
eBay, and downloaded your multi-page “Resurrection” document.
Again, not believing it would work, I gave it a try on a dead DeWalt
18v. battery. Voila! Much to my surprise, IT WORKED! Just felt the
need to say thanks, so the reason for this e-mail. I do volunteer
handyman work for low income seniors and the disabled and depend on
my portable tools. I now sit proudly admiring 20 “resurrected”
batteries from 14.4 to 18v. which were redeemed from a dark mortuary
of deceased tools. Thanks again… Ken C.
|Hi Rick, Your technique works great!!! We did
a couple over the weekend and everything worked out just fine!!! Thanks
very much!!!! Tim
|Hey Rick, Probably the best $12.95 I've ever spent.
I have already restored a Ryobi 18v, 2 versapaks, 5 out of 6 18v Milwaukee.
Am presently hunting through drawers and boxes for more.. If only
I could get back the ones I threw away. The directions were clear
and simple to understand. Please send me the updates as they come
available. Thanks again! George P.
|It worked great! My drill wouldn't hold a charge,
so I bought a new drill. I liked my old drill so much I looked for
replacement batteries on line. They were $40-$65 each. Then I saw
Resurrection idea. For $12.95 I thought I would give it a try. I...
to do an" easy resurrection". It took 10 minutes and I now
have TWO good Drills!!! THANKS, Dean M.
|Hey Rick: I wondered if this would work - especially
the "Easy Resurrection" - and it does! I had three 14.4
volt sealed Bosch drill driver batteries, about 9 years old. Two went
dead in the last year and one was very weak - on the way out. These
cost about $50 each to replace. The Easy Resurrection restored powerful
life to all three. Now I'll see how long the first Resurrection lasts
- but I am up and running again - it's great! Well worth the $12.95.
|Was skeptical at first. It works!!!! Repaired
first battery in 30 min. repaired 6 altogether. Low price for knowledge.
|I really thought this was just some scam, but
decided to give it a try after reading other's testimonials. Well,
it definitely works! So far, I've resurrected three Versapak batteries
and one 13.2 volt Craftsman. Thanks for making this information available.
|Rick, THANK YOU VERY MUCH. I now have been able
to restore the power to 3 18volt FIRESTORM batteries that I was asking
Santa Clause to replace for me. I now have asked Santa Clause for
another cordless drill, since I no longer need to replace the "worn
out" old batteries. Hopefully she, Santa Clause, will grant me
my wish. Great product and great person to work with.
Again THANK YOU for your information. Not only is it easy to understand,
it is also easy to apply, fun to do and best of all, IT REALLY WORKS
! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! Jim L.
|I was really skeptical about this battery resurrection
|Dear Richard, Your procedure is wonderful. We've
done all of our batteries and have only had one that was too far gone
to bring back to life. Thanks so much. Please let us know if and/or
when you come up with procedures for other batteries like cell phones,
Sincerely, The Claytons
|Thank you for saving my drill!!!! I haven't been
able to use this drill for 5 yrs. But after about 1 hr of getting
things ready then 10 minutes later both batteries are ready to go.
My drill is a 14.4 volt craftsman professional. Dan T.
|I was surprised at how easy it is to resurrect
a battery. I am very pleased to have the knowledge you have provided.
Thanks so much, Lyman F.
|I had some batteries I 've kept for over ten years,
they were to my makita drill 14 volt well thxs I'm able to use it
again after your procedure. I have about ten more that I'll be trying
it on. To tell you the truth, I really thought I was throwing money
away. Merry Christmas, Jim
|Ricks method was simple to do and worked as advertised.
Ressurected my Craftsman 14.4 batts and Versapaks! Outstanding. Mike
|So far i have resurrected 2 Ryobi 18 volt batteries
that previously would not hold charge. After 1 day both are holding
more than nominal voltage. Fantastic! Also, tried it with some success
on a rechargeable radio which had been dead for years. I feel like
I have got my money"s worth after 1 day of playing around. Wish
I didnt throw those 3 Makitas away. Thanks Rick.
| I reluctantly purchased your battery resurrection
information. I had 3 Ryobi 14.4v batteries that would not take a charge.
These batteries had been defective for at least 6 months. AT $25.00
to replace 1 battery, I thought why not take a chance with $12.00.
I had done some research online about repairing NI-Cads and nothing
I tried had worked. I used the easy resurrection method...
After following your instructions I was very surprised when the voltage
jumped up to 12.2 volts.
I repeated the process on all 3 battery packs, put them on the charger
and found that it indicated a full charge after an hour. I measured
the voltage and it read 16.2 volts unloaded. When tested on a drill
they all worked great. I would recommend this to anyone who has batteries
that will not charge. Thanks, Larry G.
|I am writing to tell of my success in rejuvenating
several nicad battery packs.I have 3 13.2 volt
Craftsman batteries of which only one would charge and hold the charge.
Also, I rejuvenated a battery pack for a 9.6 volt Mastercraft drill
and a Black & Decker leaf Blower. Thanks, John
|I used your guide to ressurect 2 Makita 12 volt
sealed batteries. While one was not too far gone it now holds a charge
of 12.45 volts. The other battery would not hold a charge for any
amount of time. It now holds 11+ volts, where it used to only hold
7. I guess I will use it for a while and try to ressurect it again
to see if I can get 12+ volts out of it. It worked for me. Nacho P.
|Thanks Rick, Worked on 2 out 3 batteries that
I tried. Was ready to throw the tool away or buy new batteries. Mike
|My wife was very upset when I decided to try your
method to resurrect a battery. She thought that once again I was believing
another lie, but this time she was wrong. Your method really works,
my two dead batteries are working as you said. Thanks for being real.
|For 12.$ I will try anything, so I did order this
thinking it will never work. I took two versapak batteries that were
dead, not low, but dead, would not take a charge at all; well in five
minutes I... as described, put them in the charger over nite, ready
to laff the next morning. I put one in my screw driver and hit the
button. It started and I grabbed it to stop it from turning. Well
I couldn't. I put the other battery in with the same result. Never
thought it would work but it did. Never thought I would write to tell
either. Mike G.
|I am utterly amazed! I used..., on two Craftsman
16.8V batteries and your process worked exactly as you described.
All I can say is that I thought this was bogus, but now I am a believer.
Thanks for saving me a lot of money. HAB
|Ok, I thought this just another scam on the internet.
I had two dead 18 volt Craftsman batteries. But your method worked
like a champ and brought both of them back to life. Thanks for saving
the $80.00+ dollars it would have taken to replace them. I... and
used the quick method…. Worked EXCELLENT….THANKS……One
happy Camper….. Jeff S.
|I tried the quick resurrection on a craftsman
drill battery that was dead, charged it, and used it to put up my
Xmas lights. Definitely worth it!!! Thank You. Doug C.
|Hello- I'm usually not one to write to businesses,
but I wanted you to know that I had 100% success on 5 Craftsman 18
volt batteries. I am surprised, to say the least. Now if they will
stay in usable condition for a while, you really have something! Thanks
for the solution, I have several tools that use these batteries and
Sears wants around $59. for new ones. Thanks.....Rick R.
|This technique has worked on all 5 of the Versapak
batteries I have tried it on even though I was skeptical and did not
really expect it to work. Well worth the money since as far as I can
find they are not making these batteries any more. Lee
|WOW!! This method was easy enough for even me
to understand. I really didn't think that you had a new mouse trap
to offer but, I just saved the replacement cost of a rechargeable
flashlight and a 14.4 volt Craftsman battery. Mike W.
|Richard, This is my testimonial; It really worked;
you saved me way over what I paid for the info. Each 14.4 v battery
pack (if I could find that pop in type) cost at least $40.00 each.
I resurrected 2 battery packs $80.00 - $12.95 = $67.05 savings for
me. Thanks again and please add me to your mailing list. Edward H.
|Rick, I did... and to my pleasure both of my Porter
Cable 12 volt batteries are like new. One charged to 12.6 volts and
the other one charged to 13.5 volts. I am very pleased with the information
and I know it has saved me several time the money I sent you. The
Porter Cable drill I have is several years old and they are very expensive
to replace thus I took a chance on your information. --- Thanks, Gary
|I'm an old timer who worked most of my life in
the electronics field one way or another. When I saw read the ad and
claims for your info, I seriously doubted it would/could work. Well,
considering the cost of replacing my batteries 2X(14.4V), I decided
that I couldn't afford NOT to give it a try. The procedure itself
was a piece of cake and it is now the fourth day after I 'restored"
both batteries, and they function just as they should. I put a pretty
heavy load on both of them in an attempt to bring them down quickly,
but they hung in there. I figure your product saved me about $100.00.
Thanks Thanks Thanks!!!!!! Glenn L.
|Outstanding !! I have always been a huge skeptic
when it comes to stuff like this. But using..., I was able to revive
2 Craftsman 18v. batteries ($60 each) that the charger said were defective
and would not start the charging process. Both were showing 0.00v.
I was able to use the easy resurrection and after 10 seconds..., they
immediately started to take a charge. Now they both show exactly 18v.,
saving me $120 in 20 seconds time. Again..Out-freakin-standing !!!
Thanks, Chris B.
|Rick, I recently purchased your product for resurrecting
ni cad batteries, and was able to "renew" 3 of my expensive
power tool battery packs. You saved me over $200 for new battery packs!!!!!
Thanks. John D.
|Well, after resurrecting the batteries I reassembled
the pack and put it on the charger. Instead of getting a failure notice
as I had been getting with this battery pack, it started charging
normally. When I went in to check on it a few minutes ago (about 3
1/2 hours on the charger) the green light indicated charging was completed.
I took the pack off the charger and plugged it into the drill and
it has never run finer! I intend to check it again tomorrow to see
what the voltage is after 24 hours, but I don't expect to see anything
less than 18 volts. Thank you for making this information available.
You saved me considerably more than what you charge for your resurrection
procedures in just my first application! If only I'd found your site
a few years ago when the battery died the first time! Bob
|Greetings, I must admit I was a bit cautious about
spending the $12 bucks...............UNTIL IT SAVED ME $110.00. I
just finished resurrecting two 14.4 V NiCd batteries (Cat No. 48-11-1024)
for my Milwaukee 1/2" hammer drill. Both were completely dis-charged
and not even able to receive a charge from the charging unit that
came with the drill. I followed the instruction examples, which by
the way made the whole process FOOL-PROOF, and about an hour later
one of the two batteries was back in the drill and functioning normally
while the second was CHARGING. Something that battery hadn't done
in about 12 months! THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU. David C.
|Rick I had my doubts. I used the easy resurrection
method on a Dewalt 14.4 that had been dead in the toolbox for two
years. I started with 1.3 Volts. Within 30 Sec. it was 16.98 Volts.
We used the battery the next day. I couldn't hold the chuck with my
hand. You made a believer out of me. Keith J.
|Rick - I purchased your Battery Resurrection Guide
as a last chance to save $65 each for replacement NiCd batteries for
a Bosch drill that I have had for a number of years. I had purchased
a new battery a year ago and kept the old ones for nostalgia, I guess.
I had previously tried to resurrect the old batteries using a method
similar to your "Easy Resurrection", but never thought about
the most important step! I was able to restore one of my old batteries
to full power and life again by the "Easy" method... Best
$12.95 I have spent in a long time!! Mike M.
|Prior to resurrection, the battery would not hold
a charge. Now the battery is as good as new. I am trying to resurrect
a battery that gave me a reading of 0.00 volts on my multimeter. It
is currently in the charger. I'll let you know how it turns out. Sears
wanted $49.95 for a new battery. The battery was not stocked in the
stores, so I would have to pay for shipping. The Sears salesman suggested
I just buy a new cordless drill. Why? The drill may be five years
old, but I haven't really used it much. I feel as though I have been
duped by Sears.
| HA!!!! Rick my first shot it worked. I have a
DeWalt 14V that was dead dead
DEAD! That battery has been garbage for 6 months or more.
|I read other users feedback, so I decided to gamble
on this guide, since I have a large collection of Versa pack tools.
Now, after resurrecting all my Batteries, I pronounce: " Rick's
Resurrection ROCKS ! You saved me more than triple the price of the
guide ! Thanks, Jim
|I resurrected 2 18v craftsman batteries! It worked
PERFECT! Anyone that is skeptical have them e-mail me for a reference!
|ok got the link and was able to fix 8 versapak
4 dewalt 14.4 v and 3 12v firestorm. WOW! best 12 bucks I've spent
|Rick, I didn't think this would work. It seemed
too easy. But guess what? My drill is humming along like it is brand
new! I thought the drill was going bad and didn't realize the batteries
were giving far less than the 13.2 volts they are supposed to deliver.
Thank you for a great, unique solution. Rick in Florida
|I tried the resurrection on a 24V drill that's
been sitting in the case for several months because it never held
a charge. I COULDN'T BELIEVE MY EYES. It not only charged but was
stronger then when I first got it... Thanks to you it is now my favorite.
I also recharged several 14.4. INCREDIBLE! Joe
|Hi Richard, I had all of these old batteries sitting
around, hoping to tear them apart and rebuild them some day. I sure
am glad I didn't throw them away. I purchased your battery resurrection
info, on eBay, and resurrected 18v, 14.4v, VersaPak, 8 batteries in
all. Best money I ever spent!
Thank you so much, John G. L.
|If anybody thought that this wouldn't work I did,
mainly because I have some good electrical / electronic knowledge.
Well, it did!! My batteries (Bosch) were around 15 years old and not
used for some time and basically shot. They wouldn't take charge and
were nearly thrown in the bin when I discovered this web site. A quick...
brought them back to life and they were running the drill after just
five minutes charge. Believe me, this works. You can buy new batteries
if you wish but you'd be stupid! 10 out of 10 and £120 saved
for me. Andy.
|Wanted to let you know that your method works
perfect. I used the new quick method. I resurrected 3 other 24 volt
batteries that registered as bad on the charger. I also resurrected
4 versa pack batteries and 1 12v dewalt battery that wouldn't hold
a charge. I didn't need to disassemble any of the big batteries. All
seem to be as good as new. I've never been more amazed. Thanks again!!!
|RICK, Well got to the batteries to day. Have two
18 volt craftsman with a trim saw. They were dead for about a year
and a half .One had 0 volts , the other had 2 volts. The charger said
bad batteries, did the quick method. Both read good in the charger
and charged to 19 & 21 volts. Ran like new recharged and are still
holding a charge. DON
|I now have three good batteries at full power
again, and am looking forward to "resurrecting" more dead
and dying batteries around the house...
|This method is AMAZING!!!!! My wife was skeptical..
|Hi ! Very pleased w/ the system. I rejuvenated
my VERSAPAKS that couldn't`t be charged and was going to throw out.
Thanks for the help w/ the problem I had getting started. It was a
pleasure doing business w/ you -- Take care, Mike
|Good afternoon! I apologize for the late testimonial
- I must have bought...
|I used the "Easy Resurrection" method
to bring two dead Ryobi 14.4 volt drill batteries back to life. I
was amazed. The batteries have held the charge for several days now.
I'm very happy and pleased with your method. It's well worth the money
for the information. Thanks! Pete
One was formerly shown as defective, "dead",
the other pulsed forever on slow charge. It would die overnight.
Both charged normally!! You get a 80 buck saving, 2 thumbs up from
me. Thanks. Adios, Ron M.
|Though skeptical, I went for your guide. Followed
the directions for my two rather dead ryobi 14.4 volt drill batteries.
Directions were extremely clear and easy to follow. I found..., after...,
low and behold they were alive and kicking. Reassembled and charged,
the battery shows 15 volts sitting on my bench two days later, and
the drill is humming nicely again. I then attacked several versapaks
that had been dead for over a year, and low and behold they too snapped
out of their coma. Thanks again....S. G.
| Tried your quick system out on a few batteries
and it worked great. I'll try the regular process on the batteries
I can open up. I have complete confidence it will work just as well.
|Hi, i just used it to save some 15.6 black and
decker batteries. Worked great. Thanks again, Steve
|Hey Rick, Used... to resurrect my two 18V fire
storm batteries, then used... to repair a 24V battery. Can't say enough
about your system. Best of luck and God bless America. Thanks, Charles
|All four of my Craftsman 9.6V batteries were “defective,”
as indicated by the
|It really works. I was able to resurrect 2 Sears
18 volt batteries. Replacement cost from Sears was $120. Art T.
|Hi, Just wanted to let you know that the easy
resurrection worked with both dead batteries. I then tried it on a
battery that had been dead about 1.5 years and it worked on that too.
I am completely satisfied and amazed. I have saved at least $100+.
Feel free to use this letter as an endorsement and testimonial. Once
again thanks. Bill H.
|This was the best purchase I ever made on Ebay.
I used both the "Regular Fix" and the "Quick Fix".
Dr. Don M.
|Dear Rick, Thank you so much! I was able to resurrect
a Milwaukee 14.4 volt battery on my first attempt. The battery wasn't
that old but was only holding 10.5 volts at full charge. After resurrecting..
it now charges to 16.5 volts. Wow!! It also held the charge over night
and the drill is really kicking. The milwaukee battery was very easy
to work with. Like I said in the email subject line, only Jesus does
it better! Thanks for helping to resolving a pet peeve of mine. I
was actually buying refurbed drills, that came with two batteries,
because it was almost as cheap as buying two new batteries! Sincerely,
|Rick, I had to write and tell you about my first
successful battery resurrection I have a Craftsman 16.8 Volt battery
that read 9.7 volts. I put it on the charger and the charger indicated
a defective battery. I... . I then re-checked the battery and it showed
over 15 volts right away. I put it on the charger and it charged fine
to 18.2 volts! I checked it again this morning, and it was still 17.7
volts. I admit I was skeptical even after reading the instructions,
but it really does work!
|hey Richard.. couldn't believe my eyes. the volt
meter read 18 volts when just seconds earlier it would only give me
|I used... to restore 2 dead 12 v batteries about
2 weeks ago and they seam to be working fine now. also I used... on
my 18 v battery that was working, but would not work for long. that
has improved a lot. Thanks, Leo
|Couldn't believe it! But it was quick fast and
simple thanks for the information. Robert J.
|Rick, I can't thank you enough for the guide to
resurrecting batteries - It's easily the best thing to happen to my
toolbox in the last couple years. Here's my little story:
| I just completed resurrecting two 14.4 volt Ryobi
batteries using your method. Thanks! I am probably the biggest skeptic
on this type of Internet stuff but I still took a chance. After using
your method on battery #2 I slid it into my charger and for the first
time in 4 months it started charging! It came to full charge very
quickly so I pulled it out and it showed 15.5 volts! I ran my drill,
no load, for almost ten minutes and it still showed 15.5 volts. I
used your fast resurrection method... It came back to life and took
a full charge, also showing 15.5 volts! I have not put these under
load or use, but I have two functioning batteries for $13, not $70
or more! Paul D.
|Rick, Used your express method on two Sears 14.5
VDCs and it worked great. I couldn't get the individual cells out
of the case so i tried the express method and it worked. Ron T.
|I can't say enough good things about your procedure.
I was going to have to buy 2 Milwaukee batteries at $70 each and have
successfully brought them both back to life. Also an AEG drill battery
that has been on the shelf for 4 years and now it works. They all
appear to be at full power. Thanks, Dave C.
|Worked fine hope you send me updates please. GREAT
IDEA ! MONEY SAVER ! THANKS, Kevin
|I tried your restoration process using the quick
method. Used it on a 14.4 V CRAFTSMAN and a 9.6 V RYOBI and it worked
great. I don't know if the charge will hold, but initially it charged
a dead 14.4 V back to full strength..... Ron
|Rick.... Thank you for the information....My craftsman
14.4 batteries, when they were placed in the charger, would light
up green and yellow - defective battery....after using your procedure,
when placed in the charger, the red light now comes on, which indicates
that the battery is charging....I performed the procedure on THREE
14.4 craftsman batteries...the initial indication using the volt meter
was above 14.4 almost to the 15 mark....I was using an older model
that is not digital.....It is really unbelievable how simple it was....I
think yesterday I was too excited in " getting my batteries back
" that I just didn't read the instructions right....thank you
again.... sincerely, Todd
|Hey Rick, I live in Mexico where it is hard to
find replacement batteries for my 12volt Dewalt. I was searching eBay
for pricing when I saw you ad. I took the chance and sent for your
info. One battery was completely dead and would not receive a charge
at all from the charger, the other held a charge for about 10 minutes.
With that battery I could only drill a few holes before recharging
and could not use the circular saw at all. I followed your 3 step
process and in seconds got the battery packs up to full charge. It
was like giving an unconscious body a jolt with a defibrillator at
the hospital. They both are working again. Beats $50 bucks per replacement
battery. Thanks, John
|I had two 12 volt batteries that were totally
useless. After the full charge time, one held around 5 volts charge
and the other around 2 volts. It had been a year since I have been
able to use these batteries. After trying your procedure, one battery
holds a 12.4 volt charge and the other holds an 11.9 volt charge a
day after being charged. They went from being totally useless to serviceable
batteries! Thank you, Pat
|Rick, I couldn't be more happy about the $12.95
I spent on your instructions. After receiving your material and then
running some errands, I came home and sat down for maybe one hour
and have my battery drill back in action. It has been down for at
least 6 months. (At first I also thought maybe my charger was bad.)
I checked at Sears then for new batteries and they are over $59.00
each. That was then. Needless to say I didn't have the extra money
since I'm on a fixed income. The drill itself is a professional series,
14.4 volt and it is a pretty good working drill. Now thanks to "Resurrection"
this drill and I are back in action. I still can't believe it was
that easy and quick to do. On one... I had to perform the task 2 or
3 times on that one to get it going, but it did come alive. Thanks
|Just wanted to say "thanks"...I just
used your technique to resurrect my Porter Cable 14.4v battery! ...and
it's almost like new again! I'll have to admit though...I was a little
skeptical when I first purchased this info, but I'm very impressed
now! Thanks again for the info....please add me to your email list
if you have any other great ideas! Thanks again! Sam W.
|After selling my work mate a brand new 18volt
dewalt drill and buying myself one about 4 years ago, I was left feeling
a little guilty when his batteries stopped holding their power and
a few wouldn't even charge. I managed to resurrect 2 totally dead
18v 1.3ah batteries and one which was a little weak on power. I was
quite amazed my self and decided to try your easy resurrection method
on two of his totally dead makita 9.6 volt batteries- again, amazing
success. I've just came back from work now where i've resurrected
two bosch 9.6 volt batteries, 4 very old and abused makita 9.6v batteries,
and one old 7.2 volt makita which was lacking in power. Not bad for
a nights work ! MONEY DEFINATELY WELL SPENT ! gotta start on the dead
24 volt batteries tomorrow !!! Thanks again.
|I did not think it would work, but it did, saved
me $80.00 bucks, THANK YOU!!!!!!
|Well Rick, I gotta tell ya..It takes a lot to
impress me, BUT I'M impressed!!!! 5 min and I had 4 dead cells registering
voltage and the battery back together and on the charger. It works
just as described and feedback will reflect such. Thank you for saving
me a bunch of money cuz I have 5 of these batteries that didn't work..AND
DO NOW!!..Fantastic!!!..Keep up the good work! Len W.
|Rick, Within 10 minutes of getting this information,
I... tried it on a Versapak battery that read under .25 volts on a
voltmeter. I put it in the charger and an hour later it was over 4
volts. It runs the Black & Decker Wizard Rotary tool like new.
Thanks, Gene W.
|Thanks for the info. Seemed to work fine. I tried
the quick system on a 9.6 volt battery that would not even allow me
to charge it. After using the method with... the battery would allow
itself to be charged. This was a Makita battery. Thanks again, Tom
|Rick, Last night I put the resurrection method
to work. I had a Dewalt XR 14.4V battery pack. It would not take a
charge and had the charger blinking rapid indicating a defective pack.
It measured 0 volts on the multimeter. I did the resurrection... It
measured 12.37V. I went ahead and charged it. It measured 14.63V.
I put it in my drill and could not hold the chuck. I am really pleased
with the results overall. Andy D.
|Hi Rick, I have just resurrected a 15 year old
battery from my Hitachi hammer drill. I am a very skeptical person
about these type of claims, but I thought, Hey what have I got to
lose. I was outbid on a couple that I had seen on ebay and a new one
would cost me £75. So, I gave it a go. It worked great. Thanks
for a great idea. Regards, Dave E.
|I used your battery resurrection on a 14.4 ryobi
battery. I had two dead cells in the battery. After the restoration,
the battery was back at full power, and after charging it was like
new. I could not stop it from turning with my hands. It worked great!
|I finally got a chance to try your procedure and
it worked great. I had a 12 volt Porter Cable tool battery that I
could not get to charge. I tested the voltage and it read 10.1 volts.
I then used your one step procedure on the tool battery. After the
procedure, the voltage on the tool battery read over 13 volts. I put
it in the charger and it began to fast charge immediately. Thanks
for sharing this great way to save money and frustration with failing
tool batteries. Chuck K.
|This is Great, just tried it out on 3 batteries,
worked great on all of them. This really saves you a lot of cash,
these batteries are not cheap to go and replace them, Thanks so much,
this is definitely the best buy we have got off of ebay. Pat J. P.S.
Keep us updated please!
|I resurrected two batteries for my power drill
so far. The Resurrection technique worked great. The steps were quick
and easy to follow, I had my batteries working again in no time.
|Your solution worked great! I switched to a...
and restored all... batteries. Now both batteries are kicking again.
They were pretty lame before the resurrection. Thanks again and I
will be posting a positive feedback... Also, I want to thank you for
your very quick response to my question.
Same day service, I love it. Ron
|I just wanted you to know that I was extremely
pleased in saving two batteries. The first one... So in reality you
saved me two batteries which I could not replace. I am planning on
trying it out on my camcorder batteries... I am writing this long
eMail to express my thanks. Stan P.
|Even though no direct information pertained to
Milwaukee I was able with a little thought to "jump start "
an other wise DEAD battery. Using the "Easy Resurrection"
method I was able to bring back a battery from the grave to a usable
state. Battery read .01 before Resurrection, and after treatment and
charging it had a reading of 15.46 ------ Pretty darn impressive I
|Richard, I used... At any rate battery works GREAT!!!!!
I also did some 7.5v batteries it is really nice to have the batteries
work like they should. Cannot thank you enough, David
|I must admit, I was skeptical before I tried it.
I have recycled many drill batteries and other rechargeable batteries.
I wish I had known about this process. I did three batteries right
away and they all seemed to work. One battery that I could not take
apart, did not come up to the proper voltage, but it did improve a
little. Thank you.
Hi : I wish to thank you for the great job that your system did on
my dead batteries. Larry
|Wow - This really worked.
Started off with a 12v worked great did a second then 3 - 18v then
pulled an old 6v and 7.2v drill from the back of a locker. I guess
I've saved at least $150 in replacement batteries as well as getting
back tools that no longer functioned (good thing I'm a pack rat!!).
I can't thank you enough
|Rick, Thanks for the great deal. 22 years in the
mechanical/electrical field in the Navy, and I have never seen this
trick before, when following your instructions to the letter everything
went exactly as described. One bad cell, resurrected, recharged and
couldn't stop the drill chuck with my hand! What a great way to save
some real money and not have to buy new batteries. Please keep me
informed of any new additions to this procedure. Best regards, Marc
|Hey Rick, I just tried the resurrection with a
Black & Decker Versa Pak 3.6 volt. It was reading 2.49 VDC. I...
and BAM I now have 3.96 VDC. After charging over night, there is so
much torque I can barely slow it down. Can't wait to try it on a bigger
array. Thanks, Doug J.
|Just tried this yesterday for the first time on
a 14.4 volt battery pack. I found two bad cells and... to bring them
back to life. Thank You for the great info.
|You are truly the man. I resurrected two old 14.4
craftsman batteries that I had given up on a year or so ago. I even
had purchased a new drill to replace the old one I couldn't charge.
The fact is I hated the new drill and was looking for batteries for
the old one when I came across your ad. You have saved me some bucks
because I was ready to purchase another drill to replace the old ones.
Once again thanks a million, this is not a gimmick it truly works.
Thanks, Jeff M.
I bought and tried your battery restoration, it is truly amazing!
It worked on our 24 volt craftsman battery at work and now i have
complete confidence on trying on my own. Great job, well worth the
money spent, keep the info coming! Thanks again, T.W.
|Rick.. Following your instructions made the process
quite simple and easy to restore my DeWALT battery. I wasn't looking
forward to spending $40 or $50 for a new one. With the DeWALT battery
it's a little.... Thanks again, well worth the money
for the info.
Steve, Las Vegas, NV
Richard, The Battery Resurrection Procedure
is awesome. My Dad has 4 of the B&D Versapak batteries that
he uses with a drill. Two of them would not hold a charge. I followed
the procedure checking the.....
I placed them on the charger for 30 mins and measured again
4.2 VDC. Charged them over night and let them rest all day. Next
morning they were still holding their own.
I'm very pleased as this procedure saved probably 10-20 dollars
to replace the batteries. Now, just have to try on my Dewalt 18V
pack as recommended, and lantern battery and others!!
Thanks for the information. I would recommend this to anyone!!!
Regards, Dana. U. Burlington, IA
|Wow, this works!! I have spent hundreds of $ on
new batteries...the ones I recycled were probably repaired and resold!!
Many thanks, I have left positive feedback. Doug
|I'm working on my first battery and all seem to
be going just as you said my battery had 4 bad cells thanks. When
I get done with this one I'm going to try a 18 volt battery that I
ran all the way down, and it would not charge back up maybe it will
give new life to that battery.
I left you a positive feedback, Let me just say that you are the MAN!!!
I noticed that one of the metal contacts that goes from one battery
to another was broken, that's why the battery wasn't charging. I pulled
out my soldering iron and reconnected the metal tab. I then put the
battery in the charger and bang it started charging. Thanks for the
I just tried this for the first time. I had 2 verapak that read zero
(after charging) and one that read 1.24. All 3 are over 4 volts now!
It took me less than 5 minutes (not including charge). Thanks. I have
a lot more batteries I can't wait to check. I wish I could get back
the ones I had thrown away. Thank You, maxrpm350
|Thanks. It worked wonderful. I had one cell on
a 14.4 battery that was shorted. After resurrection, the battery charged
up. It still wasn't 100% so I tapped the trigger where it would run
the battery dead and then it recharged up to almost new. Fritz S.
|I was really skeptical about this
really working, but figured it was worth a try. I followed your guide
and brought my battery back to life! It has been 2 days now and it
has power like it was new. Maybe I'll start a business buying old
tools at garage sales, bringing them back to life and reselling them.