Tips for handling batteries

Interruption of business until December 2021!

Due to the increasing costs of delivery and materials, we will stop shipping until 19. 12. 2021

The following is available to you during this period.

  • Ordering process

    The available products can be ordered. Products that are not available can be requested and more detailed delivery conditions are given.

  • Service

    We are happy to answer any questions you may have via e-mail via our contact form.

  • Repair

    Repair orders are not currently possible, therefore no goods are accepted.

Safe handling

Lithium-containing (Li) batteries and rechargeable batteries are safe when used properly.

Batteries and accumulators (including damaged ones) do not belong in the household garbage. Dispose of used batteries and accumulators properly in the collection boxes in retail stores or at municipal collection points.

If used and stored incorrectly, lithium-containing batteries and rechargeable batteries can cause fires. Do not use defective, damaged, deformed or bloated batteries and rechargeable batteries. Consider simple charging rules and extend the life of your battery.

Battery Act - BattG

In connection with the distribution of batteries or accumulators or with the delivery of devices containing batteries or accumulators, we are obliged to inform you about the following according to the battery law:

You can return batteries or accumulators after use to the point of sale or in your immediate vicinity (e. g. to your home). e. g. at municipal collection points or in shops) free of charge.

You can also return batteries or rechargeable batteries to us by mail. Batteries and rechargeable batteries must not be disposed of in household waste.

You are legally obligated to return used batteries or rechargeable batteries as the end user.

Note on the Battery Act - BattG

In connection with the sale of batteries or rechargeable batteries or the supply of devices containing batteries or rechargeable batteries, the Seller is obliged to inform you of the following in accordance with the Battery Act:
You can store batteries or rechargeable batteries after use at the point of sale or in your immediate vicinity (e. g. (e. g. in municipal collection points or in retail).

You can also send batteries or rechargeable batteries back to us by post.

GutRad GmbH
Produktions- und Handelsgesellschaft
Wilhelmstr. 8
88069 Tettnang
Germany


Batteries and rechargeable batteries must not be disposed of in household waste. You are legally obligated to return used batteries or rechargeable batteries as the end user.


The symbol according to §17 paragraph 1 BattG and the characters according to §17 paragraph 3 BattG have the following meaning:


Akku - Recycling - Rücknahme

Batteries containing heavy metals are marked with these abbreviations:

Pb = contains lead
Cd = contains cadmium
Hg = contains mercury
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