I never realized how many items in our house are powered by batteries until I set out to make a list of things that were powered by Rayovac. My kids have several battery powered toys, electronics, as well as the living room has several all in itself.
Our TV remote
Our xBox remote that we use to play games and stream Netflix with
My wireless computer mouse
With so many things needing batteries in our house, I came up with a way to keep batteries organized and in one spot. I bought a large clear bead organizer/tool organizer, sorted all the sizes of batteries (AAA, AA, C, D, watch batteries, security alarm batteries, etc.) in to the different sectors, then labeled the outside so it’s easy to find on the shelf.
This not only helps us stay organized, but it’s all in one easy to find location.
We love to use Rayovac’s rechargeable batteries since we seem to fly through batteries like crazy. We’ve noticed that we use more of the AA size Rayovac batteries than any other size.
- Affordable, reusable power solutions for the entire family
- Pre-charged and ready to use out of pack
- Low self discharge technology allows batteries to stay charged longer so they are ready when you need to use them
- Holds charge 3X longer than standard NiMH rechargeables when not in use
- Recharge up to 500 times
- Reduce waste and save money. Keep disposable batteries out of the landfills and save hundreds of dollars when you use rechargeable batteries versus alkaline.
- AA rechargeables take up to 300 photos* per charge when fully charged. This is 8x more digital photos than Energizer Ultimate Lithium when recharged just 25 times.
- Batteries can be used in any AA device and work in all NiMH chargers. For best results use with a Rayovac charger.
- NiMH rechargeable batteries do not have a “memory effect,” meaning that it is OK if you repeatedly recharge them after only being partially discharged. NiCad batteries have a “memory effect” and lose their maximum energy capacity if recharged before being fully discharged.
- AA cells are 1350 mAh
These are affordable and last us a good while before needing a charge.
What all is powered in your home or office?