Sadly, I've yet to get a rechargeable one! I've been dying to though. I prefer toys that run off AA b/c they're easier to find lying around or in the remote lol. I hate having to go out and buy unusual batteries.
I try to get as many rechargeable toys as possible, but when I can't I try to avoid watch batteries and C-batteries. What's your favorite power source? Would you pay extra if the toy companies made a more expensive (but rechargeable) version
I try to get as many rechargeable toys as possible, but when I can't I try to avoid watch batteries and C-batteries. What's your favorite power source? Would you pay extra if the toy companies made a more expensive (but rechargeable) version of all of their toys?
i have a lil of all of the above really and i dont think id pay more for rechagable when i can ge rechargable batteries just as easily
I like the IDEA of rechargeables, but the reality is that you have to have some foresight in order to charge them ahead of time, or some free electric sockets in order to keep them plugged in "just in case". So if it's going to have to be plugged in at some point anyway, just give me a (really long) power cord.
We have never tried a cordless/rechargable toy. I can see the added benefit to them. Not have to by the batteries would be sweet. I would think it would have to be plugged in for it to charge before use. On some of our toys I would pay more if they were rechargable.
Right now, I'm limited to battery powered toys. Even with rechargeable batteries, it could be rather a nuisance dealing with the batteries (having to fumble around to find some when my rechargeables are being used by something else or not charged). I've never had a rechargeable/cord powered toy. I am, though, looking to change that soon. I would pay a little more for a toy that had a rechargeable but the rechargeable battery has to be worth the while. There are some that aren't worth the extra bucks and the only way to find out, unfortunately, is after the purchase.