Holiday Gift Guide: Furby Boom Powered by Duracell - Toronto Teacher Mom

Holiday Gift Guide: Furby Boom Powered by Duracell

Monday, November 25, 2013


This holiday season, Duracell and Hasbro want to "Power A Smile" on children's faces. With Duracell Quantum, parents can now power their children's toys with the world's most advanced alkaline battery. It has a revolutionary Hi-Density Core as well as a proprietary PowerCheck power indicator. It also uses Duracell DURALOCK technology that locks in power for up to 10 years in storage. How's that for long-lasting power?


Thanks to Duracell and Hasbro, one lucky reader will get to test Duracell Quantum on your kids’ favourite things – TOYS! Up for grabs is one of the hottest toys this year: FURBY BOOM. As part of the P&G Mom & Hasbro Holiday Program, you could win one of the new generation Furby critters along with a package of 4AA Duracell batteries. This prize pack has a value of over $80!

 

Please note that, by entering the following contest, you are accepting that, if you win, your contact information will be shared with a P&G PR and shipping agency for the purpose of mailing your prize. Please allow 4-6 weeks from the contest closure date to receive your prize.

Also, this giveaway may appear on other blogs as part of the #PGmom/#mamanPG program. However, to be fair, you can only win once per giveaway. If your name is chosen more than once, another winner will be selected. All winners must be from within Canada. 
To be eligible to win, leave a comment on this post telling me what battery-powered toy you or your child love the most and then complete the Rafflecopter form below.

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99 COMMENTS

  1. My kids have already asked Santa for this new Furby, so I will have to use that as my answer. :)

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  2. My nieces love their dream lites nightlight

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  3. my youngest has a ball popper that she loves

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  4. they love their wii so it would be the remotes to it Chandra Christine O'Connor

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  5. My grandson has a remote car that he loves.

    Florence c

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  6. My son has a remote control skidoo for outside,, its great fun watching them blast through drifts

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  7. A battery powered train set. I think it has been passed around between 3 households and on to child #7 right now!

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  8. My child loves the remote control car :)

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  9. my child loves his remote controlled helicopter.
    (Karla Sceviour)

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  10. My son absolutely loves his leap frog reader pen.

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  11. my son loves his Thomas the train set, Thomas goes through many batteries. Over Christmas many more as we loop tracks around the tree

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  12. My daughter's favourite battery operated "toy" is her tablet, or her cell phone or her IPOD...any technology that is battery operated makes her happy!

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  13. My son loves his leappad. It goes through batteries like crazy.

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  14. My son and my daughter both love their HEX bugs...the excitement of them crawling is a funny sight to see.

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  15. My daughters favorite is her fijit
    cassiefancy at live dot com

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  16. We need it for video game controllers

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  17. her cloud b ladybug.. everytime it goes off when i walk by i turn it back on (rafflecopter marie cat)

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  18. I think this new Furby is top of the list in my house right now
    -kristy s

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  19. My son's switch and go dinos!

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  20. We have a remote control car that my grandkids love!

    Rafflecopter Name is Anne Taylor

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  21. My smartphone haha

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  22. Oh I think they would love a Furby for sure! They like the old gameboys too!

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  23. My son adores his pretend laptop!! Its a cars theme!

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  24. My children LOVE there remote helicopters

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  25. Hubby (my big kid) loves his lazar pointer and heli's
    (Debbie W)

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  26. I would love to win for my bff's little one who LOVES his remote controlled car!

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  27. The remote-controlled vehicle is a favourite around here.
    Thanks.

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  28. My boys love their remote control truck!

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  29. We use a lot of batteries in our Wii remotes !!!

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  30. my wii is the battery operated toy that i love the most

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  31. there always seems to be something at Christmas that requires batteries, but before then I think our tv remote needs new ones.
    jan

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  32. The Wii, so it would be the remote controllers (Judy Cowan)

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  33. My kids love their v-readers but they suck the batteries!

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  34. my son loves his jumperoo

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  35. my youngest loves his elmo, and my 5 and 6 year olds love their leapfrog toys! (a leapster and a leappad)

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  36. My granddaughter has a little computer (so she can work like grandma) which she loves!

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  37. No favorites yet as he's only 1 week old, but I sure love the swing we have for him!! :)

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  38. My little guys love their portable music player!

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  39. My son likes his remote control truck.

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  40. My little nephew loves his remote-control car.

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  41. my daughter loves her fisher price fish tank

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  42. My son loves his bounce back racer

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  43. My girls love their LeapPads! Thank goodness for rechargeable batteries!

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  44. My daughter has a doll that need batteries to make baby sounds, she loves her.

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  45. These are really cute little guys.

    Carol Oddy (jezzy005@gmail.com)

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  46. his flying helicopter that lights up :) and the Wii controllers...LOL

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  47. My boys love their Hot Wheels Wall Tracks sets

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  48. My son loves his remote control helicopter.

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  49. my son loves his remote control trucks
    wildcardacehigh@yahoo.ca

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  50. My daughter loves her battery powered vacuum.

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  51. My son loves his vibrating chair.

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  52. My son loves his shake and go cars!

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  53. Buzz lightyear, he's just not the same if he doesn't have batteries, what would make his laser work then (all according to my 3yr old, lol)

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  54. My daughter loves her toy piano, I love the volume control on said piano :)

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  55. My niece still loves the glow worm I had as a kid! Retro cool.

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  56. my son loves his ride-on elmo plane

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  57. My son loves his remote control monster truck

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  58. My niece loves this toy i think it's called a Fidget or something, kinda like a furby it talks and sings.

    billiondollarprincesss@hotmail.com

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  59. My son loves his garbage truck transformer, however it eats batteries like crazy!

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  60. Sophie loves her talking Doc Stuffins.

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  61. My grandson has a remote car that he loves.

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  62. My son has a roaring tiger flashlight that he just can't get enough of!

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  63. My children LOVE their light up pillow pet things... that need new batteries every other day

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  64. I love my Wii, but it goes thru batteries like crazy!

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  65. My daughter loves her Hello Kitty glow clock!

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  66. The Wii, the hand controllers always need batteries replacing

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  67. My son loves his Little People Airplane but the batteries actually last for quite awhile in this one.
    angela mitchell

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  68. My daughter loves her tablet pen takes batteries, and she uses it all the time for almost 3 years and they are still working:), Thank you:)

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  69. My son loves his guitar

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  70. For me, it would be a laptop! Not the Duracell cell type of batteries though! :-)

    SueSueper

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  71. My daughter has a fisher price piano that she loves - but it goes through lots of batteries.

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  72. batteries for any of the little nintendo hand held devices

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  73. My daughter loves her Vtech InnoTab, luckily it came with a rechargeable battery though!

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  74. Xbox. Wish it was something else but its the xbox

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  75. Can you believe it's a Furbie...? Last year's Xmas present, but ... for some reason... my daughter wants a Furby BOOM this year as well! I guess then the two Furbies could talk to one another...? LOL

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  76. The Furby and the game catch phrase.

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