St. Patrick’s Giveaway: Rayovac Batteries Prize Pack

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When you changed your clocks, last weekend, did you also change the batteries in your smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors?

Families should also take the time to create or review their fire safety plan.  According to statistics from the National Fire Protection Association, 40% of all home fire deaths resulted from fires in homes with no smoke alarms, while nearly one quarter (23%) resulted from homes in which smoke alarms were present but did not operate.  Smoke spreads fast; smoke alarms give you time to get out of the house.  In fact, working smoke alarms can almost double the chances of surviving a house fire.

To help empower family fire safety, Rayovac offers helpful fire safety tips and tools at rayovac.com.  In addition to changing the 9-volt alkaline batteries in smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors and testing the devices to ensure they are in optimal working condition, be sure you have a home fire escape plan.  The online Rayovac fire safety center offers fire safety tips to incorporate in your fire escape plan that should include an escape route and a family meeting spot. As part of the plan, safety experts recommend you create a fire safety kit.  The kit, which needs to be “freshened up” each year, should contain a working flashlight for each family member as well as a supply of fresh batteries.

One and Done

For consumers who prefer not to change the batteries in smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors annually, Rayovac offers a reliable and guaranteed 10-year smoke alarm battery.  Featuring state-of-the-art lithium battery technology which offers a significantly longer shelf life, the Rayovac lithium 9-volt battery is for use in ionization smoke detectors.  Available at Home Depot, the Rayovac 10-year smoke alarm has a higher energy density and flatter discharge voltage curve which extends life and power source for years.

Other smoke alarm safety tips include:

  • Never remove or disable a smoke alarm.
  • Test smoke alarms at least once a month using the test button, and make sure everyone knows their sound.  If an alarm chirps, warning the battery is low, replace the battery right away.
  • Replace smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors, including alarms that use 10-year batteries as well as hard-wired alarms, every 10 years, or sooner if they are not responding properly.
  • If cooking fumes or steam sets off the smoke alarm, replace it with an alarm that has a “hush” button. A “hush” button will reduce the alarm’s sensitivity for a short period of time.  It is recommended that an ionization alarm with a hush button or a photoelectric alarm be used if the alarm is within 20 feet of a cooking appliance.
  • Be sure the smoke alarm has the label of a recognized testing laboratory.

About Rayovac

Rayovac is a trusted brand of Spectrum Brands Holdings, Inc., a top manufacturer of consumer batteries in the United States and Latin America.  Spectrum Brands Holdings, Inc. is a global consumer products company and a leading supplier of batteries, shaving and grooming products, personal care products, small household appliances, specialty pet supplies, lawn & garden and home pest control products, personal insect repellents and portable lighting.  Helping to meet the needs of consumers worldwide, included in its portfolio of widely trusted brands are Rayovac®, Remington®, Varta®, George Forman®, Black&Decker Home®, Toastmaster®, Tetra®, Marineland®, Nature’s Miracle®, Dingo®, 8-in-1®, Littermaid®, Spectracide®, Cutter®, Repel®, and HotShot®.  Spectrum Brands’ products are sold by the world’s top 25 retailers and are available in more than one millions stores in more than 120 countries around the world.  Spectrum Brands’ businesses generate annual revenue from continuing operations in excess of $3 billion.

One Kelly’s Lucky You reader will win a Rayovac Prize Pack with:

  • (4) 9V Alkaline Rayovac Batteries
  • (4) “D” Alkaline Batteries
  • (4) “C” Alkaline Batteries
  • (12) “AA” Alkaline Batteries
  • (12) “AAA” Alkaline Batteries

Enter here to win a Rayovac Prize Pack

Main entry

1. Go to Rayovac.com and tell me something you read about Rayovac or fire safety.

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4. Put the Kelly’s Lucky You button on your sidebar or blogroll page.

5. Blog about this giveaway and leave the link to your post in the comments.

6. Follow Kelly’s Lucky You on twitter.

7. Tweet this giveaway (RT 1x per day). Feel free to use this sample:

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9. Add this giveaway to any giveaway linky (unlimited entries). You can use this list!

Leave one comment for each entry. Contest ends April 9th at midnight EST. The winner will be chosen by random.org and notified by email to the email address provided in the winning comment. The winner must respond within 48 hours of the notification email, or another winner will be chosen. See my Giveaway Rules page for further information. Sorry, this contest is open only to residents of USA.

Disclosure: I was given a Rayovac Prize Pack for review.

 

 

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    I learned that it was founded in 1906.
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    I learned you don’t Don’t mix new and old batteries. This draws more power from the new battery, thus shortening its life.

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    I learned that Rayovac rechargeables are ready to use right out of the pack, I don’t want to charge a battery before I can use it for the first time

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    I subscribe via email

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    I follow via GFC – Robin T

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    I learned that the Rayovac 9v Lithium battery is the most powerful battery so it will give you the longest service life in your smoke detector.

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    I subscribe via Google reader

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    I follow on GFC- tlcfromtn

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    I follow on Twitter- @tlcfromtn

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    Rayovac sales a reliable and guaranteed 10-year smoke alarm battery.
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    email subscriber, skyxsky27[at]gmail.com

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    Susan Smith says:

    I learned that Rayovac lasts as long as Duracell & Energizer and costs less.

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    Susan Smith says:

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    scottsgal says:

    replace smoke alarm batteries each year
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    I learned this: Do not leave battery powered devices switched “on” after the batteries are exhausted; battery leakage may occur.

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    kathy pease says:

    The main benefit of having a hardwired smoke detector system in your home is that all the smoke detectors in your home will go off at the same time, no matter what room the fire is detected in. This helps family members in unaffected areas of the house to get out safely before the fire reaches their area of the house.

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    kathy pease says:

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    I am an e-mail subscriber.

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    Diane Baum says:

    i learned that you are suppose to test smoke alarms 1x a month

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    I learned that the smoke from fires can be disorienting, so you should practice with your kids just in case.

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    I follow on GFC

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    I follow you on twitter

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    I learned smoke alarms should be tested monthly

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    Recent legislation in some states and municipalities has increased the popularity of the 9V Lithium battery as they are now requiring a 10 year lithium battery in many smoke detectors and this is the only battery that will satisfy the requirement.

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    I’m a GFC follower.

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    I’m an email subscriber.

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    Janna Johnson says:

    laws are starting to require 10 year batteries
    Thanks for the entry!
    Janna Johnson
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