This post, Looking for the Best Batteries for Gaming Controllers? Energizer can help!, is sponsored by Energizer.
As the mom of two teens who love their video games, we are no stranger to battery emergencies. I’m, not a gamer, so the kids have explained to me that certain batteries just work better for gaming, since they maintain performance and don’t lag when they start running low.
When asked which batteries they prefer, they always tell me “the silver and blue package!”
The silver and blue package batteries they ask for are Energizer® Ultimate Lithium™ batteries–the longest lasting and leak resistant batteries that are perfect for the game controllers in your house.
We always have extra batteries in our house in case of a gaming emergency–the kids can swap out the batteries in their controllers quickly and get on with their game playing.
We keep our stash stored in the linen closet near the boy’s rooms so they’re kept cool and close by when they need them, and they’re able to be easily disposed of in your regular household trash.
We use Energizer Ultimate Lithium batteries for the gaming controllers, joysticks, and keyboards we use in our home–gaming accessories are expensive and we want to make sure we’re using the best products to run them.
Energizer Ultimate Lithium batteries are also more than 30% lighter than alkaline batteries, which the boys say makes a difference over time–those controllers can be heavy after a while!
When giving gifts to gamers, make sure to include Energizer Ultimate Lithium batteries, as well–the parents of the gift recipient will be thankful to you for introducing them to the lighter and longer lasting batteries!
We often buy gaming accessories for the boys’ cousins and they’ve thanked us time and time again for introducing them to these longer lasting batteries. When we have given them to the boys’ friends we are often asked later by the parents where we found the lighter batteries that we included, and they always comment about how long they lasted!
Have you tried Energizer Ultimate Lithium batteries in your gaming controllers?