15, December 2015
Check out the hottest gifts of 2015 recommended by Rayovac. Most gifts require batteries and you do not want to be caught without them. For high tech toys try Rayovac® Fusion™ batteries, they are our longest lasting battery!
Top Toy Gift Guide
- UDI Quadcopter Drone: All the rage with parents and kids alike, the drone hovers thru the air recording video. The remote control requires 4 AA batteries.
- Star Wars R2D2: The interactive R2-D2 has voice-activated responses and features ten buttons with over 1,000 action combinations. The remote control requires 4 AA batteries and the unit requires 4 D batteries.
- Nerf Rival Blaster: Why shoot darts when you can shoot foam balls? Young boys will appreciate the added power and precision. No batteries required.
- FurReal Friends Unicorn: StarLily, the imaginary pet unicorn comes to life with 4 C batteries. Watch your child hug and pet this mystical creature!
- Little Live Pets Cleverkeet: Cleverkeet is an interactive, talking toy parakeet that your child will be sure to love! Two AAA batteries are required to operate.
Top Tech Gift Guide
- Samsung Galaxy Tablet: Thin, lightweight and fast – three of the top features you look for when buying a tablet. Features a Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery.
- Nikon Digital Camera: Capture all of life’s big moments with a COOLPIX Optical Zoom Lens Camera. Fast handling and built for social situations. Requires 4 AA High Energy batteries.
- Portable Power: Portable electronic devices can travel the world with you. Why not bring portable power for extra juice when on the go? Rayovac’s most popular size power pack gives you an extra 6,000 milliamps of power!
- Remington Smart Shaver: Know a guy who takes his grooming seriously? The XF8700 Remington SmartEdge Foil Shaver gives a comfortable, one-pass shave time and time again. Features a Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery.
- Beats by Dre Headphones: Quality sound with a name brand. Put these headphones on and enjoy music with little to no outside noise. Requires 2 AAA batteries to operate.