Mom in Training: Energizer Supports National Childhood Injury Prevention Week with Prize Pack #Giveaway - Ends 10-14

September 30, 2013

Energizer Supports National Childhood Injury Prevention Week with Prize Pack #Giveaway - Ends 10-14

Coin lithium batteries can be found around most homes in everyday items like remote controls, keyless entry devices for your car, flameless candles and children’s books with sound. If ingested, these coin-sized lithium batteries can cause serious chemical burns in as little as two hours.  Yet in a survey conducted by Energizer, 62 percent of parents reported being unaware of the risk associated with coin lithium batteries.


Energizer led the industry by being the first to voluntarily develop packaging for its 20 millimeter coin lithium batteries that meets the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s (CPSC) strict guidelines for child-resistant packaging.  They also developed a national awareness campaign in partnership with Safe Kids Worldwide called The Battery Controlled, which works to alert parents and caregivers to the dangers of swallowing coin lithium batteries. Identifying ways its products can help keep families safe is part of the Energizer commitment to designing its products with people in mind and investing in programs that have a positive impact on the world. that’s positivenergy



If it is suspected that a child has swallowed a coin lithium battery, it is important to go to the emergency department immediately. For more information on child safety and coin lithium battery safety, please visit nsc.org, www.energizer.com, TheBatteryControlled.com and www.poison.org/battery.

My Take:
I have to say I love the new packaging by Energizer and how much safer it is to have around children. I wish more companies would follow suit when it comes to products that can be dangerous to young children.  I took scissors to both the Energizer and Rayovac packages and cut off one of the batteries. I was able to pretty easily tear the packaging around the Rayovac battery and get it out of the package.  The Energizer battery on the other hand was securely sealed in the plastic packaging and even after cutting it away from the main package I was unable to get it out without using the scissors to cut right up around the circle area. I would have to say this was a little extra work, but well worth it knowing the battery was safe in it's packaging from little fingers.

Win it:  One lucky reader will win an Energizer Prize Pack containing (2) packages of Energizer Coin Lithium batteries, (1) Energizer LED Nightlight (winner’s choice between Sleeping Beauty or Cars), and (1) Energizer Weatheready 2-in-1 LED Light. This giveaway will end October 15th at 12:00 AM EST. The winner will have 48 hours to respond to my email. If no response, a new winner will be chosen. Open to residents of the US.

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31 comments:

  1. We were just talking about these size batteries the other day and our almost 3 yr old. We had been keeping several that she could technically get a hold of now that she able to climb get chairs to reach things, etc... Thank you for the information!!

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  2. Our garage opener takes these batteries!

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  3. We have a TV remote that uses these batteries.

    Name on rafflecopter: Mary Happymommy

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  4. We have watches that use button cell batteries.

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  5. Our garage door openers us button cell batteries

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  6. My car key takes coin batteries.

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  7. Our clock uses them. thank you

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  8. I have a calculator that uses button cell batteries.

    suebee05@gmail.com

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  9. Mostly in watches.
    Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill12@gmail.com

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  10. My garage opener and my car clicker takes button batteries.

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  11. A lot of my son's toys seem to take them. His favorite is the Hex Bugs toys. They take a couple each.

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  12. My favorite watch uses these batteries and I have yet to get one for it!

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  13. Floating globe lights and my daughter's snow globes.

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  14. the key fob for the car

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  15. We have a few books that play music and talk, and they use button batteries.
    Thanks!

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  16. my hand held games uses these

    lmurley2000@yahoo.com

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  17. I think we have some toys that use them.

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  18. We have a few toys as well as some holiday decorations that use these batteries.

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  19. We have several toys as well as a flashlight that uses these cell batteries.

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  20. we have a few toys that use these batteries
    susansmoaks at gmail dot com

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  21. I don't know of anything in the house that uses those types of batteries.

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  22. I have a watch & a halloween necklace

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  23. My dog's training collar uses them.

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