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Shure Digital Wireless Systems - Claim Your Free Battery
For a short time only, grab a free lithium-ion battery, worth £30, free with any Shure GLX-D digital wireless system.
Shure's rechargeable lithium-ion battery delivers up to 16 hours of continuous use from a three hour charge, and you can read the charge status on your receiver for peace of mind in hours and minutes! Who knows how much juice a standard battery has left when it's measured in bars?
Because the Shure GLX-D already comes with a li-ion battery, you'll have the peace of mind knowing that it only takes 15 minutes to charge it so it lasts 1.5 hours. But just in case, Shure are giving you the chance to claim another free battery, so you'll always have a backup.
Claim your free battery with any of the following wireless systems:
To view a comparison chart with the Shure battery vs standard batteries, see Shure's Battle of the Batteries!
Offers are available until 31st January 2014. To claim your free battery, simply fill out the form on the Shure website.
By Alice Thomson
Posted on 30 Oct 2014 14:06 to category : Instruments News
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