Change Your Clock, Change Your Battery – An Important Reminder And Giveaway

Energizer Change Your Clock Change Your Battery

Days are getting shorter and nights longer as winter approaches. Soon Daylight Savings Time will end, on November 7. Years ago I remember taking my daughter to Sunday School and finding no one there. Confused, I returned home only to learn that I had forgotten to turn my clock back.

There are loads of things we all forget–consciously and unconsciously. However, testing and changing smoke alarm batteries definitely should never be one of them. Did you know that in the 96% of American homes with smoke alarms, many do not work.

Q: Why? A: Batteries, worn out or worse–missing.

Energizer, the International Association of Fire Chiefs, and many fire departments across America are asking you to do something now. On November 7, start a habit of checking smoke alarms with every fall time change. This one will help not hurt. A working smoke alarm can cut the risk of dying in home fires by 50%. It can also cut injuries by giving time, critical time, to escape.

Visit the CYCCYB tab on the Energizer Bunny Facebook page. If you make a pledge to change your smoke alarm batteries, share the message with others, and/or create your own home escape plan, Energizer will donate batteries to help local fire departments nationwide. Last year Energizer donated 200,00 batteries. The challenge to you is help double up the donations. 400,000 batteries can do a lot of good.


ONE winners will receive a First Alert smoke alarm, along with a 2-pack of 9volt Energizer? Max? batteries.


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46 thoughts on “Change Your Clock, Change Your Battery – An Important Reminder And Giveaway

  1. I change the batteries in my smoke alarm when the clock changes in the spring & the fall. Thanks for the giveaway!

  2. I haven’t switched out our batteries since oh wow I can’t remember maybe last christmas???

  3. Our ONE smoke alarm is electric. We need new ones that are battery operated. I follow on twitter.

  4. I try to remember to change the batteries when we change the clocks and test them every other month as well. There have been too many times I hear the unwelcome beep beep beep of a failed battery and have to lug a ladder up or down the stairs since it NEVER is the detector on the same floor as the ladder.

  5. We change the batteries in our smoke alarms on New Years Day. I take batteries to our rent house (for the smoke alarm) when I take my renters their Christmas presents. It just makes it easier!

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  6. June and Dec, I always have it in my mind for when the kids get out of school and the holidays

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