Battery Act

Since we sell batteries and accumulators or devices that contain batteries and accumulators, we are obliged under the Battery Act (BattG) to point out the following to you: Batteries and accumulators may not be disposed of with household waste, but You are legally obliged to return used batteries and accumulators. Old batteries can contain harmful substances that can damage the environment or your health if not stored or disposed of properly. However, batteries also contain important raw materials such as iron, zinc, manganese or nickel and are recycled. You can either send the batteries back to us after use or return them free of charge in the immediate vicinity (e.g. in stores or in municipal collection points). The sale at sales outlets is limited to the usual quantities for end users to dispose of, as well as to old batteries that the distributor has or has had in its range as new batteries. This crossed-out garbage can means that you must not dispose of batteries and accumulators in household waste.



Under these characters you will also find the following symbols with the following meaning:
Pb: contains battery Lead
Cd: Battery contains cadmium
Hg: Battery contains mercury
10. Limitation of liability

Dentorado excludes liability for damages caused by simple negligence, provided these are not contractual Obligations, damage from injury to life, limb or health or guarantees or claims under the Product Liability Act are affected. The same applies to breaches of duty by Dentorado's vicarious agents. Dentorado is not liable for any loss of data by the customer on storage media (computers, notebooks, hard drives, etc.) purchased from Dentorado, insofar as Dentorado can only be blamed for simple negligence. In the event of a breach of essential contractual obligations, liability in cases of simple negligence is limited to the damage that is typically associated with the contract and foreseeable. Claims for damages from delay or proven claims for reimbursement of expenses according to § 284 BGB are limited to 10% of the purchase price, unless Dentorado acted intentionally or with gross negligence.

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