27, August 2014
Cloud nine can’t begin to describe it - the feeling you get when school is out and your summer plans can finally start. So much to do in a 3-month window that before you know it the final days of August have passed you by ending another summer chapter in the book you call life. And with a new school year fast approaching, the few remaining days of summer should be spent recharging your batteries.
Winding down from a fun-filled summer can be a tall task especially with all the back to school madness weighing heavy on your mind. The phrase ‘recharge your batteries’ fits perfectly in this scenario. On one hand, relaxation is key to overcome the dog days of summer, which can take a toll on your mind and body. The other scenario takes into account the tech devices you cherish most. They also need a fresh recharge before the new school year starts. More...
8, August 2014
You’ve been there, just another face in the crowd, shuffling through a herd of concert folk eagerly awaiting the rhythmic tunes of your favorite summertime band. Concentration is a must as you weave through the masses gently whispering ‘excuse me’ each time you bump shoulders with a complete stranger. But little do they know: they just brushed shoulders with the most interesting concertgoer in the world.
Your secret is safe, at least for the time being. But, when word gets out that your packing the cell phone power that everybody craves one can only imagine what will happen next. Once the word is out the transformation is complete, you have officially become the most interesting concertgoer in the world. Able to charge a cell phone with a single battery boost and leap from stage to stage charging the dying iPhone of the concert groupie who may soon faint unless she gets her 100th selfie. More...
24, July 2014
Do you bleed red, white and blue? Does the national anthem send shivers down your spine? Feelings of patriotic fervor are common for the country you call home and for some buying products that are made in the USA is an absolute necessity. Rayovac prides itself on being American-made for well over a century. Score one for American ingenuity.
The story of Rayovac begins in 1906; the American public was searching for a new business to provide goods and services along with jobs in manufacturing. Blue collared jobs were a staple of the early 1900’s and Rayovac carved out a niche in the US market for alkaline batteries. As the years progressed, a permanent facility was erected in Fennimore, WI dedicated to the production of alkaline batteries. More...
11, July 2014
Welcome. If you’re looking to purchase some batteries and don’t know where to start, then you’ve come to the right place. Nobody and we mean nobody knows batteries like Rayovac. Since the company’s inception in 1906, Rayovac has made a name for itself producing quality alkaline batteries right here in the United States!
Being in the battery industry for well over 100 years, Rayovac has infinite wisdom when it comes to making and purchasing batteries. Buying batteries may seem like an easy task but for some the trip to the store is a bit more complicated. If you need a little help, pay attention to the following tips.
Tip #1: Buy the Correct Size
Alkaline batteries come in a variety of sizes including AA, AAA, C, D and 9V. Choose the correct size by reading the device label or simply by using the following list. More...
26, June 2014
Summer is officially here and with it comes fun in the sun and water activities for all ages. With days of perfect weather in limited quantity, wasting the summer indoors is simply not acceptable. Take advantage of the warmest season of the year by spending some time outdoors and using the best gear available!
Gearing up for the summer means different things to different people. The prepared outdoor enthusiast knows the true meaning of ‘tactical’ gear. Transitioning from one activity to the next is typical for the outdoor adventurer (biking, hiking, swimming) and the items they carry need versatility. Whether on the trail or by the water, the all-new Indestructible Lantern and Spotlight duo from Rayovac are ready for action! More...
11, June 2014
Ever since you were born, the month of June means a little more to the guy you call Dad. Father’s Day resides in June, a blessed reminder that during his lifetime he created you. Practical gifts like socks and deodorant simply won’t cut it for this year’s gift. Luckily, we know what Dad secretly wants for his special day.
1. Beer Assistant –Fetching a beer should be one less responsibility on Father’s Day. Serve him up an ice-cold beer wrapped with his favorite sports team koozie.
2. Cheap Golf Balls –When it comes to golf, not all dads are created equal. Buy him some cheap balls so he doesn’t feel bad when he hits them in the water.
3. Portable Power – The tech-savvy dad always has his cell phone on his hip in case of emergency. Arm him with extra cell power from Rayovac and Superdad might make an appearance.
4. Fathead – According to dad: “Go Big or Go Home” and “Bigger is Better”. A life-size portrait of his favorite sports star will have him grinning from ear to ear. More...