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Why buy? Repair instead

We are your environmentally considerate repairers of batteries.

Our battery repair service

Services Bay of Plenty & New Zealand Wide

We repair e-bike and power tool batteries for customers throughout New Zealand. Simply send us your batteries or if you are local, arrange to drop them off for repair. Our workshop is located in Rotorua.

Is committed to reducing our carbon footprint

Giving you the option to make an environmentally conscious decision to repair your failing batteries rather than being forced to simply replace your batteries.

Uses environmentally considerate recyclers.

We repair e-bike and power tool batteries and dispose of faulty or damaged cells through environmentally considerate recyclers.

Gives back to the environment

$5 from every completed repair is donated to a variety of causes that support environmental issues such as Forest and Bird, Trees That Count and Project Crimson.

Our process:

  • Fill out our repair request form.
  • Pay the service deposit fee.
  • Send us your battery and we will diagnose and assess any issues. Check with your courier for packaging requirements.
  • We will then contact you to discuss our recommendations and quote to restore your battery.
  • After acceptance of our quote, we will carry out the repairs/refurbishment in a timely manner.
  • Once the repairs are complete, comprehensive testing and checks are carried out to ensure your battery is fully functional before returning it to you.
  • * We guarantee this work for a period of 12 months, on a return to base policy.

Our Guarantee:

We only use quality Panasonic, LG and Samsung replacement cells.

12 months guarantee on repairs and replacement parts.*

*View our terms of trade.

Why we do this:

As an electrician of 48 years, I, like many others have the new generation of battery-operated power tools.

Recently, two of my 5Ah batteries failed and were unable to be charged. Both of them are outside of their two year warranties.

A local service agent declined to repair, saying it was “easier to replace than to repair,”, he continued, they “didn’t have the time and couldn’t be bothered”. What a statement, so I decided to repair them myself, and did.

No parts are required and a total of 30 minutes work. (This repair is not indicative of all repairs)

My partner and I are keen cyclists and recently acquired e-bikes and we had the same response from the dealer. If the battery fails and is out of warranty, the repair option isn’t available and they would gladly supply a replacement.

Its is sad to see such a steady decline in the ability to repair goods, or even consider to repair appliances, toasters, mixers, microwaves, electric motors to name a few. Primarily the reason is, it is supposedly uneconomical to do so – although this is not always the case.

My partner and I  are committed to providing a service that is economical and environmentally friendly.

We only have one home, we need to take care of it.

David