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….
As I was changing the batteries in my flashlight the other day, I was so thankful to have the new Duracell Quantum batteries. I hate needing a flashlight, or anything that requires batteries to work, only to discover that the batteries are dead. Isn’t that the way it usually goes… just when you really need something, the batteries are dead.
Duracell’s new quantum batteries contains longer lasting power than any other battery on the market.
The Duracell Quantum is the world’s most advanced alkaline battery because:
- The Duracell Quantum Hi-Density Core stores more power than ever before.
- Duracell Quantum is the only battery with a power indicator on the cell.
- PowerCheck allows consumers to see the amount of battery power remaining so that nothing is wasted.
- Duracell DURALOCK Power Preserve technology locks in power for up to 10 years in storage.
- Duracell Quantum can be efficiently used across both low-drain and high-drain devices.
Wow! Ten-years in storage? Now I don’t have to worry about my flashlights not working because the batteries are dead. See I have a small flashlight that stays on my nightstand next to my bed in case I woke up in the middle of the night and the power is off, as well as an identical one I keep in my purse.
Even though I have my cell phone flashlight, in case I’m away from the house and in an emergency situation, my cell phone battery will die, and I could be left in the dark.
With my flashlight having the new Duracell Quantum batteries I can feel good knowing it will work when I need it.
And I love that the Duracell Quantum is being released in red rather than black to differentiate them on the store shelves. Easy to spot and grab them on the go.
I’m really happy to have been able to put the Duracell Quantum batteries in our smoke detectors… just a little more peace of mind. We can also use them in our TV remotes, with three TVs. I mean, who ever changes the TV without a remote nowadays?
This year, Duracell has donated one million batteries to first responders across the country to help them power their life-saving equipment. I can’t think a better use for batteries. Kudos to Duracell for doing this!
Duracell 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. Check out this YouTube video below:
I really never thought about all the things first responders use AA/AAA batteries in before.
So be sure to replace your batteries in your smoke detectors, flashlights, radios, and anything that will help you in case of an emergency, so they will work for you… when YOU need them most.