Friday, December 21, 2012

REVIEW–FUJI ENVIOMAX BATTERIES

I am a sucker for all things Christmas.
It is my favourite time of year.
And each year I tend to find a new “noisy toy” to add to our Christmas collection.

ElizabethToys

The gingerbread man is our newest one, purchased today.
With all the noisy toys and Christmas presents comes the hassle of finding batteries for all of them.
And with all the batteries comes the burden of the knowledge that batteries have an impact on the environment.
WELL…. Stress no more!

Fuji EnviroMax (1)

Fuji EnviroMAX batteries are mercury free, cadmium free, PVC free and lead free.
There are no ozone depleting compounds used in the making of the batteries.
Even the packaging has been given the “green” alteration and is safer for the environment.
Did you know that batteries have a shelf life??
Well, Fuji EnviroMAX have one of the longest shelf lives (7 years).
They also have the strongest anti-leak protection technologies in the industry.
Bet you never thought about all of this when you looked at batteries!
Bet you only ever thought about 2 things… Size and cost.
So this Christmas why not stop and thing about just 1 thing.
What is better for the world our kids are going to grow up in?
I think this choice is an obvious one
and because the batteries as affordable as regular ones I think the choice becomes a no brainer!

Available from Woolworths nationally, Fuji EnviroMAX Batteries are priced at:

- Super Alkaline, AA and AAA - $5.50 for 4 pack

- Digital Alkaline, AA and AAA - $6.50 for 4 pack

You can find out more about Fuji EnviroMax batteries on their website http://www.fujienviromax.com.au/

Disclosure: This is not a paid sponsored post. I received 1 pack of 4 AA Fuji EnviroMAX batteries, for review purposes, and all opinions expressed are purely my own

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