Has a battery ever leaked from your child’s toy? {Giveaway}

Let’s set the stage. Your kid is having a major tantrum in front of you because their toy is no longer working. “Mommmmmmy, please make it work.”

We have all been there but that moment you open the battery compartment door and battery acid causes a huge mess all over your hands. Your mood just went south even further. Was that even possible? Oh yes!

Stop the presses. I have help.

While many consumers believe battery leakage is an issue of the past, some batteries can still leak after they have been fully used, causing damage to devices and creating a mess. Believe me, I can vouch that there are still batteries out on the market that will cause a mess.

I have partnered with Energizer® MAX® with Power Seal to bring less messes to your household. Leakage is an industry-wide issue among alkaline batteries. Research shows Energizer® MAX® with Power Seal technology outperforms leading competitors when it comes to in-device leakage.

So the next time you reach for batteries, make sure your child’s favorite toy is powered by Energizer® MAX®. Your kids will thank you. Energizer protects your devices from damaging leaks. Guaranteed.

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Want to discuss this further and find out more information on the No-Leak guarantee? Join me, The Motherhood and other bloggers for a twitter party on May 20 at 1:00pm ET. We are all going to help spread the word on Energizer’s innovative, long-lasting battery that can protect your household devices or children’s toys from damaging leaks.

Energizer continues to be known for many “firsts” in battery technology! Join the party fun to chat with parents everywhere about the “firsts” that they and their children are experiencing and some of our messiest leak moments. From batteries to faucets to diapers, we’ve all experienced the peril of leaks! We’ll also be exchanging helpful tips for battery storage and use, so that your family’s battery-operated devices and toys are always ready for use, without worry of leaks! Can’t wait to “chat” with you!

When: Wednesday, May 20 at 1p ET / 12p CT / 10a PT

Where: We’ll be on Twitter – follow the #NoLeaksGuaranteed hashtag to track the conversation. You can see the details and RSVP via this Twtvite: http://twtvite.com/noleaksguaranteed

Hashtag: #NoLeaksGuaranteed

Prizes: Five prizes will be given to randomly selected participants who answer the trivia questions correctly. Each prize basket includes a collection of Energizer batteries, a plush Energizer bunny, a water bottle, a t-shirt and more! Valued at $75+.

Hosts: @theMotherhood, @theMotherhood25, @CooperMunroe, @EmilyMcKhann

Sponsor:
@Energizer, @EnergizerBunny

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Disclosure: This post is sponsored. I have partnered with TheMotherhood and Energizer. All thoughts and opinions are of my own.

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Comments

  1. Paula Michele Hafner says

    I’ve had them leak inside of toys before. I sometimes forget to remove them before putting them away for awhile.

  2. Laura J says

    We have a radio in the basement for storms, but do not use it other than for that! With the winter storm free….have not used it. Had a storm last week and we had to go to the basement…tried to turn on the radio…nothing. Checked the batteries and they had leaked out all over. Was awful.

  3. Bryan E. says

    Thanks for the giveaway…we have had a few flashlights ruined by leaking batteries, but no toys.

  4. Candie L says

    I remember picking up electronics that have not been used for year and the battery compartment being nasty. thank you

  5. Beverly Metcalf says

    I have had the batteries leak in a flashlight before. The Energizer batteries are my favorite ones. Thanks for having this contest.

  6. Charlene Kuser says

    I have had a few batteries leak and it ended up rusting the metal connection,so it wouldn’t work at all

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