Proving how much I think of my wife, I agreed to let her have a weeks holiday with her family. (Needless to say, I made sure she'd left sufficient supplies in the fridge/freezer, for my son to be able to prepare meals for me in her absence.)
Whilst preparing for her journey, a problem arose. Reading the pre-flight bumph, she realised that Ryanair's baggage policy meant that the lead-acid 12v tractor battery she'd been using to power the rather effective 'massager' she'd acquired from Anne Summers wasn't likely to get through airport security. What to do??
Luckily, my French Mistress came to the rescue and in the spirit of entente-cordiale agreed to lend the wife something called a 'Rabbit', on the proviso she supply her own batteries. Two clicks later, Amazon had once again come to the rescue and a couple of days later, off the wife went, with a real buzz in her step.
Post vacation, I asked for her thoughts on Duracell Plus and from what I could understand, she was extremely satisfied. Rather less happy was the poor unfortunate 'Rabbit' - that looked like it it had suffered a version of myxomatosis never previously seen in nature.
So, well done Duracell - you helped my wife plug an enormous gap during her holiday, at a very reasonable cost and with minimum fuss. Chapeau!
P.S. Though brilliant for travelling light, my wife has asked me to develop an idea she saw her mother using when on holiday. So, if any reader out there has an unused cement mixer, please let me know. Thank you.