Evolved Novelties 'Armor Piercing' Bullet

Clement Attlee Clement Attlee
Speeding bullets armor piercing
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Hello, I bought this a month or two back and it is certainly powerful and pleasant but (and this might be a dumb question...) the batteries seem to die really quickly! Like, it buzzes away for 10, 20 minutes, goes back in the box and then a couple of days later the little thing is utterly dead! I'm on the fourth set of batteries already.

I've not used anything like this before so I guess I'm just need somebody to say, 'that's normal', or 'no way, it should last more than that'.

Anybody feel able to reassure me?

Thanks, Clem
02/11/2010
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Victoria Victoria
Quote:
Originally posted by Clement Attlee
Hello, I bought this a month or two back and it is certainly powerful and pleasant but (and this might be a dumb question...) the batteries seem to die really quickly! Like, it buzzes away for 10, 20 minutes, goes back in the box and then a couple of ... More
Well, first, I suggest taking the batteries out when storing it. You should always remove the batteries before you put away your toys.

I have that same bullet and am still on my first set of batteries, although I use it for about 10 minutes at a time.

20 minutes of use seems a bit low to me for a set of batteries. See what happens when you store it empty?
02/11/2010
Miss Cinnamon Miss Cinnamon
I agree with Victoria. Definitely take the batteries out when you're storing it! You might not be using the toy, but the life will drain out of your batteries if you leave it in.
02/11/2010
SexyTigerX SexyTigerX
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Originally posted by Victoria
Well, first, I suggest taking the batteries out when storing it. You should always remove the batteries before you put away your toys.

I have that same bullet and am still on my first set of batteries, although I use it for about 10 minutes ... More
That's exactly what I was going to say. Batteries out after use. It's a pain but lasts a lot longer.
02/11/2010
NuMe NuMe
I have the exact same bullet and I left the batteries in one time and they were dead when I came back. That is exactly what the problem is. Just remove them in between uses.
02/11/2010
GDladybusiness GDladybusiness
well i'm not sure about the battery longevity, because i just received this gem today. I can tell you its small, cute, and discreet..until its turned on. Without a doubt its powerful,but its a bit louder than the review average makes it out to be. think Blackberry on vibrate sitting atop a cloth-covered wooden table. sounds like that. On low. So much noise from such a little thing. Its definatly powerful, but it may be a bit too powerful for MY pikachu... Just throwing that out there.
07/22/2010
VioletMoonstone VioletMoonstone
Interesting... Thanks for the tip. I didn't know that. I usually keep the batteries in my toys. Maybe I should stop doing that too.
05/19/2011
VioletMoonstone VioletMoonstone
I noticed mine shuts off at random if it's on too long... But it's not strong enough for me so I need it to last longer. So that's an issue. Blah.
06/03/2011
Rhinobaby Rhinobaby
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Originally posted by Miss Cinnamon
I agree with Victoria. Definitely take the batteries out when you're storing it! You might not be using the toy, but the life will drain out of your batteries if you leave it in.
Also, batteries may corrode inside your toy if they are left in!
12/09/2011
SiNSaNiTy SiNSaNiTy
Quote:
Originally posted by Victoria
Well, first, I suggest taking the batteries out when storing it. You should always remove the batteries before you put away your toys.

I have that same bullet and am still on my first set of batteries, although I use it for about 10 minutes ... More
Sounds like a good idea. Twenty minutes just isn't long enough.
04/02/2012
KRD KRD
I agree. Take the batteries out of all and any toys you have and they will last that much longer! =)
06/21/2012
bh253 bh253
You should remove the batteries from your toy when in storage!
06/21/2012
marrythenight marrythenight
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Originally posted by Rhinobaby
Also, batteries may corrode inside your toy if they are left in!
This. And trying to get corrosion out of the battery compartment is not easy work. I've tried to save a really old camera flash that had batteries left in it for who knows how many years and it was a huge fail.
06/21/2012
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