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Top 5 Storm Prep Essentials

by rayovac14, August 2015

Top 5 Storm Prep Essentials: The Calm Before The Storm.

Beep, beep, beep we interrupt your regularly scheduled programming to warn you of the storm headed your way in T-minus 30 minutes. *Neighborhood panic quickly sets in as families peek outside with hopes of a false alarm. Storm clouds loom as they slowly pick up speed billowing into sight. Now what do you do? Shut the blinds and hope for the best? We hope not. Keep calm and execute your family emergency plan.

Fifteen minutes later the storm watch is now a warning and the local emergency siren begins with a familiar high-pitched scream. By now the family emergency plan should be well underway with parents and children heading to the safest spot in the house with emergency kit in tow. Some say that prepping is a waste of time but you know better. Storing an emergency kit goes a long way in keeping your family safe.  More...

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Why Moms Trust Fusion: Top 8 Reasons

by rayovac25, June 2015

With the new fusion formula, ten years of battery freshness are guaranteed!

  1.  Lasts 35% Longer
    • No typo here, Rayovac’s new fusion formula lasts 35% longer versus *Energizer® Max® AA batteries in digital cameras. Just imagine your baby’s nap lasting 35% longer - an extra hour of mommy time and some well-deserved peace and quiet. A longer lasting alkaline formula is just what the baby doctor ordered.

  2. 10-Year Shelf Life
    • Age is just a number. But when it comes to your little tyke, they still require your attention for well over ten years. With the new fusion formula, ten years of battery freshness are guaranteed. Storing a pack when your child is less than a year old will certainly pay off. A decade’s worth of reliable power!    More...

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Hearing Health Review: Music By Generation

by rayovac26, May 2015

Advocate lowering decibel levels when using accessories like ear buds and headphones!

This story begins in the early 1980’s when teens of generation X were exploring the world of music louder than ever before. Portable music had been around for decades thanks to the 8-track and cassette players, but children of the 80’s kicked the volume up a notch – with amplified music right by the ear. The Boombox had arrived and music was now amplified to a decibel level that the entire block could hear. It was evident that hearing health had taken a back seat.

Fast-forward to 2015 and you’ll find a new generation with a similar attitude in regards to hearing health. The latest must-have music accessories include ear buds and noise canceling headphones. When enjoyed in moderation these accessories can be a unique way to experience music. Unfortunately, the term moderation is rarely practiced by today’s youth. The alarming trend is to experience music at the loudest volume with little concern for the consequences. And if they’re not careful, soon they’ll need a hearing aid powered by Rayovac hearing aid batteries.   More...

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Earth Day Mystery Files – The ‘Eco’ Battery

by rayovac21, April 2015

Remind yourself that rechargeables from Rayovac provide hundreds of uses versus standard alkaline!

Rayovac Reveals the Truth Behind the ‘Eco’ Friendly Battery

Earth Day was first organized in 1970 to promote the ideas of ecology, encourage respect for life on earth and highlight the growing concern over pollution of the soil, air and water. Often a mystery, the efforts of major corporations to produce a sustainable product are far and few between. The ‘Eco’ friendly alkaline battery is the latest mystery worth shedding light on.

First off, let us define ‘Eco’: [short for ecological] something that is environmentally friendly or sustainable. Manufacturers have long sought the preferred formula that gives consumers an alternative battery option that features sustainability. A testament to Earth Day enthusiasts worldwide, the acceptance of these ‘Eco’ derived formulas is based solely on benefit to the Earth, as it should be.  More...

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Battery Day 2015: A Day That Will Live In Infamy

by rayovac25, February 2015

With an improved energy-dense formula that lasts 35% longer than alkaline, FUSION has taken energy to a whole new level!

To consumers around the world: Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2015 – a day that will live in infamy – Rayovac announced that FUSION batteries are now available for retail purchase. Shockwaves rumbled across the nation when consumers heard the news of 35% longer lasting batteries on shelves at local stores. Let this letter serve as a caution to the general public: once you try the new FUSION battery formula, all others will fail in comparison.

A celebration of battery invention, Battery Day lauds the accomplishments of Sir Alessandro Volta, the inventor of the world’s first electrical battery. Fast-forward to 2015 and the Rayovac FUSION brand is pushing the limits of alkaline battery technology. FUSION is created when elite performance is paired with a super-charged formula. Expectations will be shattered. Boundaries will be surpassed. With an improved energy-dense formula that lasts 35% longer than alkaline, FUSION has taken energy to a whole new level. No doubt Professor Volta would have been proud.   More...

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Preparing for Winter’s Worst | Rayovac Blog

by rayovac7, January 2015

To prepare your car for harsh winter weather, look at these tips for creating a useful survival kit!

Winter weather can get the best of us. Severe cold and wind make it unpleasant to be outside, and snow and ice make it unsafe to navigate roads and sidewalks. It can even get bad enough to shut down highways and airports or cut off electricity to homes and offices. That’s why it’s essential to be prepared for extreme changes to your everyday routine.

Preparing your home or apartment can take a lot of planning. In addition to an adequate supply of water and nonperishable food, you’ll need to have ways to stay warm and light important areas of your home during the extended nighttime hours.

If you have an emergency generator, you’re one step ahead of the game. But if you’re like most of us, you’ll need to be ready to operate without electricity should the power to your house ever go out.   More...

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