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Something to think about—a model with a short run time and long recharge time could be more of a hassle than a help.

A sealed battery can run for up to 30 minutes before needing a recharge.

For starters, you want hassle-free set-up, easy recharge, long-lasting durability, and most importantly, an ultra-high power output.

The Switch Lite doesn’t quite measure up, lasting between 3 hours and 7 hours per charge, though the recharge time is 30 minutes faster than the base Switch, clocking in at only 3 hours.

Sturdy, with an IP65 rating to withstand rain, snow, or shine, this lock can be operated 10 times a day for 60 years, needing only a recharge of its battery every 18 months.

He carried an extension cord in case he needed to recharge at one of his emergency spots.

Still, after nearly a month at sea, I imagine they are eager to recharge, ready for interaction with the outside world.

Presidents have always needed downtime to recharge to face the next crisis.

Hundreds of millions of people were accustomed to toting these objects around, plugging them in to recharge them, and using them.

Museums are often a way to reclaim calm moments of meditation; to recharge and emerge renewed.

We're lucky we didn't come near any stars in the process; if we had, we could have had to recharge the coil.

The Diesel engines are used for this purpose, and they recharge the batteries through the motors, using the latter as dynamos.

(D) Recharge with as many sparks as you think you can stand.

Never recharge with carbide without first cleaning the generating chamber and completely refilling with clean water.

After completing the discharge test, recharge it fully, no matter whether it is to be put into wet or dry storage.

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On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to recharge, such as: refresh, regenerate, rejuvenate, energize, invigorate, and renew.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.