Duracell Quantum Batteries: A Parent’s Wish Come True!

I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting (#MC) for Duracell. I received product samples to facilitate my review and a promotional item as a thank you for participating.

With children come the need for lots and lots of batteries. Most toys and gear for these little people do not have cords that could become tangled around babies or tripped over, so it seems that batteries are on our shopping list almost every week. Since we are expecting our second child next month, I’m think we should consider buying stock in a powerful battery company such as Duracell!

Sawyer's LeapPad

Just looking at the things that already use batteries combined with the new baby items that we will be using full force come December, it’s important that we have batteries that will last a while. Just take a look at the things we need power to operate:

LeapPad: This thing goes on every car trip with us, plus he enjoys playing it at home – lots of use means more batteries!
Vibrating/Musical Bassinet: Sawyer loved the gentle vibrations and melodies of his bassinet, and we assume baby #2 will like it too!
WiiMotes: Sawyer got his first Wii game for his birthday in September, and there has been a lot of playing on it. Not to mention the amount of game play my husband does once the kiddo is in bed.
Kid Camera: Sawyer is really into photography so he’s constantly carrying around his battery-operated camera.

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Duracell Quantum

This is a VERY short list of the things we use batteries for in our home. Thankfully, Duracell understands a parent’s need for high-quality, long-lasting batteries. They have released a new line, Duracell Quantum, which is the most advanced product of its kind. No alkaline battery lasts longer, and they are easy to spot in stores due to their signature red color!

Why are the new Duracell batteries so great? For one, they show you how much juice they have left, so no battery is wasted. They can also be stored for up to 10 years and will still offer the same amount of power they would have had you bought and used them immediately. This means we can stock up and be set for several years.

Duracell Quantum Heroes

Along with offering these batteries to consumers, Duracell has donated one million batteries to first responders across the country to help them power their life-saving equipment. The brand has also created Quantum Heroes, a documentary style video series that shines a spotlight on the incredible work of first responders and their stories of sacrifice and heroism – be sure to check out the video below as well as the rest in the series.

Have you tried the new Duracell Quantum batteries? What types of items does your family need batteries to power?

 

Comments

  1. Mariah says

    We have Duracell Quantum batteries in a few of my toddler’s toys and so far they are working great for us! Waiting for the new baby to come so she can give them in a real test in some baby gear!

  2. Janet W. says

    It’s amazing how fast we go through batteries around here with my grandson’s gadgets. You can really spend a fortune on them!

  3. Janeane Davis says

    Batteries are so important for so many children’s toys. Without batteries the toys just sit around looking so sad. I always like to learn about new good quality battery products.

  4. Stacie Connerty says

    I can’t even believe the amount of batteries that my family goes through. I even buy them in bulk and we always seem to be out of them . I will have to try these out, anything that can make them last longer and not have to buy as many.

  5. Rachel says

    I have not tried these batteries yet. Since EVERY toy nowadays makes noise, they all take batteries. Also, my son plays with the TV remote so the batteries run down all the time.

  6. Jo-Ann Brightman says

    I have not yet tried these Duracell Quantum batteries and I want to buy them. I am so glad that they made a battery that lasts longer.

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