There’s nothing like watching kids opening their gifts Christmas morning and getting so excited to try out their new toys. There’s also nothing like the disappointment of not being able to use the toys because you forgot batteries! Don’t be that person! Duracell Batteries will save you!
This holiday season Duracell is featuring 3 great products to help you keep going.
- Duracell® recently unveiled Duralock with Power Preserve technology, providing an up-to-10 year power guarantee. Now parents have guaranteed peace of mind that with Duralock, they will have the power they need to keep their kids smiling through the holidays.
- For holiday road trips, parents can rest easy with Duracell’s Instant Charger. This handy power solution is for devices such as the iPod, iPhone and Blackberry. It fits any mini-USB device, including many digital cameras. It also offers a universal USB port for use with proprietary device cords such as Apple products and/or micro-USB phones. The Instant Charger retails for under $30 and fits easily into any stocking.
- For parents that own rechargeable batteries, Duracell’s Quick Charger offers a convenient and affordable way to recharge their batteries so they are ready to go as soon as the gifts are opened. Retailing for under $20, this device can save you money on batteries in the long run.
I received each of these products and I am very pleased with all of them. My favorite by far is the Instant Charger. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been out and about and forgot to fully charge my phone. Having the Instant Charger in my purse I can just plug it in and from a dead phone the Instant Charger bumps my battery up to 60% power!
The Quick Charger has been great for the toy cars that run on battery. B always leaves the poor little cars running even after he’s done using them so after we find an exhausted little car we pop the batteries in the Quick Charger by Duracell.
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