>I have 3 young children. As we all know, with small children comes toys with batteries. I do try to not have excessive amounts of toys that require batteries, but in this day and age, its simply not possible to avoid them altogether. Just yesterday I was lamenting the decline of our beloved Flutterbye Soother, praying that 4 brand new batteries might revive it for a few more months. (It’s not made anymore).
It isn’t just toys and baby gear that need batteries. Flashlights. We need to have flashlights around because 1. we are kind of weird about power going out and have them in almost every.single.room in the house) and 2. I think we may have more flashlights in our house than some smaller communities in Alaska have residents. Remotes, cameras, external flash, baby monitors, smoke detectors, and the list goes on and on.
Batteries are expensive. I do not know what happens when they expire but they have an expiration so I’m assuming they are less effective over time. Awesome. Pay for something expensive and then waste it if you can’t use right away. Ugh.
Having the SmartCharger might not replace my need for replacing those expensive batteries in total, but I can bet you any money that popping 4 AA batteries out of a hand-held game or flashlight and charging them overnight will 1. make me feel better about the trash I am generating by using things with batteries and 2. save me money. Less money spent=more money saved.
Bloggers: I learned about this from J Leigh Designz and you can enter too. But hurry!! Energizer is only offering this to the first 200 blog topic posters.
I wrote this in hopes of receiving a energizer Smart Charger and a $15 gift card for posting my thoughts on why I think it would make my life easier. These are my own thoughts!!