Batteries for rude boy/naughty boy/etc products

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Batteries for rude boy/naughty boy/etc products

Sanjay Sanjay
I purchased the Rude Boy about a year ago and I felt like it was very well constructed with wonderful vibe power. However, after just a couple of months (and really only 3 or 4 uses) the battery seemed to already start losing its juice and eventually just died completely. With the odd battery, I wasn't able to replace it so I was pretty bummed. Do you have any plans to make similar products that might have a more replaceable (or perhaps rechargable) batteries?
08/24/2009
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Ilya Ilya
Quote:
Originally posted by Sanjay
I purchased the Rude Boy about a year ago and I felt like it was very well constructed with wonderful vibe power. However, after just a couple of months (and really only 3 or 4 uses) the battery seemed to already start losing its juice and ...
About the battery replacement, I'm pretty sure any convenience store like CVS carries N-Size batteries. They're also available on Eden btw link
08/24/2009
ScottA ScottA
Either you're using your Rude Boy for very long periods or you got a bum battery. I've had mine for about 6 months, use it several times a month and I'm still on the original batteries.

"N" type batteries are reasonably common and last for much longer than the button batteries. A plug-in vibrator (possibly with a wall-mounted transformer) would be a nice option, though.
08/24/2009
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
Quote:
Originally posted by ScottA
Either you're using your Rude Boy for very long periods or you got a bum battery. I've had mine for about 6 months, use it several times a month and I'm still on the original batteries.

"N" type batteries are reasonably ...
My Rock Chick died pretty quickly after only a handful of uses, too. I was surprised and definitely disappointed.
08/24/2009
Sanjay Sanjay
Quote:
Originally posted by ScottA
Either you're using your Rude Boy for very long periods or you got a bum battery. I've had mine for about 6 months, use it several times a month and I'm still on the original batteries.

"N" type batteries are reasonably ...
Yeah I didn't use it more than a few times... I was pretty disappointed indeed. However, the vibes were amazing and strong while they lasted.
08/25/2009
Leslie "Lulu" Shwartzer Leslie "Lulu" Shwartzer
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Originally posted by Sanjay
I purchased the Rude Boy about a year ago and I felt like it was very well constructed with wonderful vibe power. However, after just a couple of months (and really only 3 or 4 uses) the battery seemed to already start losing its juice and ...
All of our products are based on the RO80mm Bullet. The reason that we do that is so that there is very little that can ever go wrong with our products. They are made of materials that meant to last a lifetime and the bullet (which is the only part that may ever wear out) can easily be replaced. The RO80mm Bullet is powered by an "N" size battery which is a widely available camera battery. You can purchase them here at Eden Fantasys as well as most drug stores and Radio Shack stores. We choose to use that battery as the watch batteries used in other bullets do not last as long, are harder to find and if loaded improperly can create serious problems. Our new RO120mm Bullets are powered by two "AAA" batteries but all of the other products will continue to be made with the RO80mm. Hope that this answers your questions
08/27/2009
tim1724 tim1724
You should be able to get N size batteries just about anywhere that has a decent battery selection. Radio Shack, Target, Walmart, etc. are all likely to carry them. Expect to pay around $4-5 for a two pack at most brick & mortar retail outlets. Amazon has a six pack for under $9.
09/01/2009
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
I just stumbled across some at OfficeDepot for $2 for 2.
09/01/2009
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