Look for a surge protector with a high energy rating of at least 600 joules while shopping. This rating aids in determining how long your surge protector will last. The surge protector will work better and last longer if the joule rating is higher. It's also a good idea to get one that's UL 1449 certified.
Desktop computers, laptops, televisions, gaming systems, and charging phones should all be plugged into a surge protector, so they aren't damaged in a storm. Although items like coffee pots or alarm clocks can feel like the most important items to protect in your home, they do not need surge protectors.
While most of these snacks are gone forever, a few can still be found at specific online retailers, namely Amazon and eBay. For example, Triple Power Push Pop, while not available in U.S. stores, can be purchased on Amazon and for quite a pretty penny.
Flintstones Push Up Pops were introduced around 1990 and stuck around at least into the late 90s. They weren't really a new product, Nestle was already producing the pops, and just rebranded them as Flintstones ones. They still exist today in a limited non-Flintstones form, but what's the point?