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Water Filtration Bottles

Water Filtration Bottles

Kicking your bottled water habit and switching to tap and a reusable bottle will save you money and it's better for the environment too. The Groove® bottle features our classic bite-and-sip valve with a plant-based filter built right into the straw. That way, you have...

Universal Battery Charger

Universal Battery Charger

A battery recharger can cut down the cost of buying new batteries, drastically.  You’ll love the way the Energizer Recharge® Universal Charger can charge several battery sizes – AA, AAA, C, D or 9V. It’s the perfect charger for the family who uses all sorts of...

The Energy Detective Electricity Monitor

The Energy Detective Electricity Monitor

The Energy Detective (TED) is an electricity monitor that will help lower your electricity bill by providing real-time data on a wireless display. Our best selling TED 5000-C electricity monitor allows you to view real-time electricity usage on both your computer and...

High efficiency Showerheads

High efficiency Showerheads

The average household could save more than 2,900 gallons per year by installing WaterSense® labeled showerheads. Since these water savings will reduce demands on water heaters, households will also save energy. In fact, a household could save enough to power its...

Programmable Thermostats

Programmable Thermostats

You can save money on your heating and cooling bills by simply resetting your thermostat when you are asleep or away from home. You can do this automatically without sacrificing comfort by installing an automatic setback or programmable thermostat. Using a...

8 Urban Myths of Personal Finance

8 Urban Myths of Personal Finance

Don't believe everything you hear about your money. Make sure to educate yourself to ensure your financial security. Read on to learn more about these 8 myths of personal finance.  Read more on Kiplinger

How to find and finance bank-owned properties

How to find and finance bank-owned properties

Home prices are still rising — they’re currently averaging just below all-time highs set in 2006, according to the Case-Shiller Home Price Indices. Combine that with slim housing inventory in many markets, and you may believe you’ve missed the opportunity to buy your...