Sheer joy on your kid’s faces.
Magical memories of Christmases from your childhood flood through you memory.
It’s an experience that will define the anticipation of Christmases to come.
Your kids open their gifts. Electronic toys. Learning toys. Gadgets. All sorts of wonderful things that light up and make sounds.
And then it happens.
“Mommy can you open this? I want to play with it.”
Reality smacks you in the face as the realization that you forgot the batteries kicks in. And you likely utter a profanity that you then tell you child “don’t ever say that.” And then you go searching. In drawers, in cabinets. And maybe you find some. Some off-brand that has been in the drawer for years. And they no longer work. Then you get desperate and you find something that already has batteries in it and steal those so your child can enjoy the fun new toy Santa brought them.
By now you are so frustrated that you need a drink and a nap.
But with Duracell batteries it doesn’t have to be this way.
Duracell is dependable and has the stamina to be your #1 battery! Duracell is also the #1 trusted battery brand of first responders, pharmacists and parents. If they trust it, you can too. Duracell CopperTop batteries are available in AA, AAA, C, D and 9V to fit all of your needs.
And what’s great about Duracell is that you can stock up because they are guaranteed to work when stored for up to 10 years, so you can never really have too many batteries! The 16-pack is great to keep on hand for all of your household electronics and the 4-pack would make a great stocking stuffer! Everyone needs batteries.
And by keeping long-lasting Duracell batteries on hand you don’t NEED a drink or a nap Christmas morning. Although, come to think of it, that actually sounds nice. At least with Duracell, it won’t be because you are stressed and frustrated over not having batteries.
You can purchase Duracell batteries at Walmart!
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So, how many Duracell batteries will you need on Christmas morning?