In our day-to-day lives, we often come across little products that just make our lives so much better than before we discovered them. Often these are products from companies we’ve already heard about, but sometimes, as with the case of Duracell – it’s used as a means to enjoy our favorite little gadgets. While most have permanent batteries nowadays, there are still plenty of older electronic devices that are still powered by temporary batteries.
Even with batteries, brand recognition definitely matters. For example, when it comes to lighters we think of Zippo and when we think of cars we are obsessed with Mercedes and BMW, similarly when we think of batteries immediately the name flashing in our mind is Duracell and Energizer. Currently Procter and Gamble, noted for their quality, is the sole producer of Duracell batteries.
Currently most Duracell batteries are alkaline and come in the following sizes: AAA, AA, C, D, 9V and AAAA. Less used are J size batteries for some hospital equipment. Some of the specialty batteries have also been part of this family including NiMH rechargeable batteries and batteries for electronic equipment like cameras, watches and hearing aids. For longer lasting batteries use the “Coppertop” brand, and for digital devices that require more power “Ultra” is the best choice.
Due to the innovative designs and thinking to provide additional benefits to their customers, often Duracell batteries are the most sought after brand of batteries. Despite the prices being higher than regular batteries, the quality and power they provide combined with three times longer life make them well worth the cost over usual alkaline batteries. Even better news is that Duracell is concerned about the environment and is working to reduce the amount of disposal alkaline batteries. The removal of 100% of the mercury from Duracell batteries has also been a huge step forward in being “green.” While this all comes with a higher retail price tag, the use of Duracell coupons will allow you to save quite a bit of money.
You can find coupons for Duracell on sites such as:
- Duracell Facebook page
- Duracell official website
- Retail Me Not
- Shop at Home
- Your local Sunday newspaper
Chances are one of these sites has an active Duracell coupons, just make sure to check the expiration and don’t forget to bring it with you when you buy!