Getting to grips with a new gadget or gizmo is great fun, unless you forgot to buy batteries to go with it. Meanwhile it seems that no sooner have you charged up your phone, tablet or laptop than you need to find a socket to top up the juice once again. From battery basics to high-tech charging devices, LatestBuy is here to spark up your electronics.
Essential Batteries & Chargers
Batteries & Chargers
Batteries Big and Small
From the classic AA and AAA types to the weird and wonderful battery codes that you never seem to be able to find in the shops, you won't have much fun if you don't have the batteries to go with your gadget. So whether you've found an awesome present for the kids or you are tired of searching for that super rare battery for your watch, we're bound to have the one you're looking for. Whilst you're at it, why not stock up on a few spares for the next time you have a power emergency?
Power Up Your Travels
Even if you left the house with your battery fully charged (and let's face it, we often forget to juice before we go), those mobile devices can soon drain when you're listening to music, chatting with friends, browsing the web and snapping those hilarious moments. But don't let this ruin your fun, by investing in a few travel and car essentials for your gadgets, you can avoid any electronic emergencies and take charge of your social and work life.
One For The Road
Sure, so your car might be a great mobile charging device if you have the useful gadgets and adaptors for the journey, but what about when your car is the one needing the kick-start? Breaking down or getting caught out with a low battery can be a nightmare if you're not prepared, which is why we've picked out a few essential car tool kits that will have you ready for any eventuality.
Batteries and chargers might not be the most exciting products on the earth, but they can be a godsend when you're on the move or in need of a few spare batteries. So stock up when you make your next purchase from LatestBuy, as it's better to be safe than sorry, right?