Thursday, November 22, 2012

Energizer Power Seal Batteries & Crayola Battery Powered Products

As a Blogger I get the chance to attend some pretty cool events. And up until recently, even the kid-friendly events I generally attended kid-less. Most of our events are in Chicago, making it an hour drive one way, that being one main reason why I leave the kids at home. But when I got the invite to attend an event sponsored by Energizer and Crayola at a fun and hip little place called Family Grounds Cafe, I thought it was the perfect time to bring them along.


Now I don't know about you, but I have allowed myself to try and save a little money and buy the generic batteries before. But after trying to use them in my iMac mouse and keyboard (and them being brand-new out of the package), they still don't hold enough power to work them. The same holds true for many of my kids handheld video games.....they simply don't work. A brand like Energizer Max, with it's Power Seal Technology gives their batteries a 10 YEAR shelf life. I am pretty sure I will never have batteries sitting around that long, but if I do, I know I can trust that they will still be ready to go when I need them.

Lily (playing dress up) and I at Family Grounds Cafe
We got a chance to check out some of the awesome battery-powered Crayola products, like the Crayola Glow Dome and the Crayola Light-Up Tracing Pad.

Jonah playing with the Crayola Light-Up Tracing Pad, powered by Energizer Power Seal Batteries!
We heard a little bit about the new Power Seal Energizer Batteries and got a chance to play with awesome toys, in a really fun and laid back atmosphere. When we left, we were given a few thoughtful parting gifts (Crayola Color Wonder packs for the kids, and the new Energizer Flameless Wax Candle for me) and we were left to add a few more cool Crayola products on to the kids Christmas Wish Lists.

Speaking of Wish Lists, check back next week for the Mommy Instincts Holiday Gift Guide to continue, where I will talk about "Gifts for Her", you won't want to miss it! ;-)


I was invited by Mom Central to attend this event. We were given a travel stipend as well as a light dinner and the gifts mentioned above. Regardless of products or services provided, as always, you will receive an honest review here on Mommy Instincts.

1 comment:

Heather Novak said...

The Crayola stuff sounds like stocking stuffers! We love their little bitty kid markers that only draw on paper....A lot!