Rechargeable Mystic Wand owners...

Contributor: V.T.T V.T.T
I've got a Mystic Wand (yay!) and one big question. Can you overcharge it?? No instructions specific to the wand came in the packaging. So I plugged it in last night and now I'm just waiting...does a light change when it's 'ready'?

I know there are some toys (the WeVibe I think) that can get overcharged, so I don't want to wreck it! It is the prettiest wand I've ever seen

Thanks for any advice you can contribute!
12/03/2010
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Contributor: ToyGeek ToyGeek
Since it didn't come with instructions, I've been operating under the assumption that it can be overcharged. I let it charge until the light stopped blinking. I'm still on the first charge, and plan to wait for it to die before recharging.
12/03/2010
Contributor: Alicia Alicia
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Originally posted by ToyGeek
Since it didn't come with instructions, I've been operating under the assumption that it can be overcharged. I let it charge until the light stopped blinking. I'm still on the first charge, and plan to wait for it to die before recharging.
I do the same. I have left it for like 6-8 hours before though, and haven't seen any adverse effects from that, and I know it usually is fully charged before then, but I charge it upstairs in my bathroom and I have forgotten about it until about that long.
12/03/2010
Contributor: Misfit Momma Misfit Momma
Strange as it sounds, I've never charged mine. It arrived with a charge and hasn't died yet! Since I bought it and have a pile of stuff I need to review, I've only used it a couple of times. The poor toys that I actually paid for wait at the bottom of the pile
12/03/2010
Contributor: V.T.T V.T.T
Alright, cool, I'll keep all this in mind. I just wish it came with instructions, but oh well. Thank goodness for the forum.
I had no clue it would come charged! So the light blinks then, when it's out of juice and charging up? The light wasn't blinking when I plugged mine in. Guess it was charged already. Oops. Lol.

Thanks all for your feedback.
12/03/2010
Contributor: V.T.T V.T.T
@Misfit Momma: I know exactly what you mean. The stuff I actually buy never gets used first thing. Unless it's a buyout. Good to have priorities though, makes a good reviewer Poor toys!!!
12/03/2010