Vibe Batteries

Vibe Batteries

TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
Do you use rechargeable or standard batteries?
Answers (private voting - your screen name will NOT appear in the results):
5  (24%)
7  (33%)
9  (43%)
Total votes: 21
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09/27/2015
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Mr. E Mr. E
For our battery powered toys we prefer to use rechargeable batteries, but somehow they keep disappearing. Where do they keep going?
So, we also keep a pack of both AA and AAA batteries on hand...just in case.
09/27/2015
edeneve edeneve
Are you bored?
09/27/2015
TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
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Originally posted by edeneve
Are you bored?
I am so bored. This waking nightmare between when I come home from work and can get to sleep dives me to create polls and post discussions.
09/28/2015
Lvstoplay Lvstoplay
Both have their advantages. Rechargeable batteries are nice as if the batteries dye they are easy to replace, so you don't need to wait to recharge the toy before continuing to use it. A toy that is rechargeable is also nice as it means you don't need batteries, however if you run out of power you have to wait for it to charge before using it again.
09/28/2015
TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
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Originally posted by Lvstoplay
Both have their advantages. Rechargeable batteries are nice as if the batteries dye they are easy to replace, so you don't need to wait to recharge the toy before continuing to use it. A toy that is rechargeable is also nice as it means you ...
I solved that by having two/three of the same rechargeable toys I like to use. An expensive way to solving a simple issue. But it means I can use two at once if need and have the third in reserve. Great party trick.
09/28/2015
OH&W, Lovebears OH&W, Lovebears
We of course have both. Rechar are good since don't have to buy new ones. However they can only be charged so many times.

Batteries ones are good and if hold enough batteries for it's purposed pretty strong. We buy the value paks with long shelf life now , so don't mind. Toys nowdays are so much better than 10 yrs ago. Technology, a good thing.
09/28/2015
Lvstoplay Lvstoplay
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Originally posted by OH&W, Lovebears
We of course have both. Rechar are good since don't have to buy new ones. However they can only be charged so many times.

Batteries ones are good and if hold enough batteries for it's purposed pretty strong. We buy the value paks with ...
I hadn't actually considered the limited number of charges a device can usually take. I've ran into issues with my cell phones not recharging properly after having them for about 2 years, though I don't actually know how many times a device can usually be recharged while still working properly and properly holding a charge. I guess battery operated ones sometimes dye too, so either way there's still a risk that they won't work as long as you'd like them too.
09/29/2015
Lvstoplay Lvstoplay
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Originally posted by TheToyGuy
I solved that by having two/three of the same rechargeable toys I like to use. An expensive way to solving a simple issue. But it means I can use two at once if need and have the third in reserve. Great party trick.
That would be more costly than I can afford.
09/29/2015
TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
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Originally posted by Lvstoplay
I hadn't actually considered the limited number of charges a device can usually take. I've ran into issues with my cell phones not recharging properly after having them for about 2 years, though I don't actually know how many times a ...
Rechargeable batteries work for only so many charges too.
09/29/2015
PaleBeauty6 PaleBeauty6
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Originally posted by TheToyGuy
Do you use rechargeable or standard batteries?
Wow! I'm in the 1% of people in the poll who use rechargeable batts. weird.
05/19/2016
TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
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Originally posted by PaleBeauty6
Wow! I'm in the 1% of people in the poll who use rechargeable batts. weird.
Not really, I selected either because the vibes I have usually come with normal batteries, once they are dead and used up (quite pleasureably I will add) I switch to my rechargeables.

Lately the stuff I get is already 100% rechargeable.
05/19/2016
Andykh Andykh
Been a while since i voted on this but I believe i voted for standard batteries. I do have a question tho as far as standard batteries go. I've bought my wife several vibrators in the past and when the person rings them up at the counter they say to use off brand batteries. My question is why use those and not the good name brand batteries or does it really matter?
05/20/2016
Inquisitor Inquisitor
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Originally posted by Andykh
Been a while since i voted on this but I believe i voted for standard batteries. I do have a question tho as far as standard batteries go. I've bought my wife several vibrators in the past and when the person rings them up at the counter they say ...
In my casual observations with the off brand [you know the ones that usually come with the vibe/bullet/rabbit and other toys] batteries, it seems as though they last longer then the more easily found Duracell, Energizers and other name brands. Who really knows though .
05/21/2016
Andykh Andykh
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Originally posted by Inquisitor
In my casual observations with the off brand [you know the ones that usually come with the vibe/bullet/rabbit and other toys] batteries, it seems as though they last longer then the more easily found Duracell, Energizers and other name brands. Who ...
Oh ok I was just curious as to why the off brand works better than name brand
05/21/2016
symbiasin symbiasin
I have used both, but now use mainly standard. It seemed to me that the rechargeables didn't have as much power.

Oh, and I really like to have rechargeable toys around.
05/21/2016
CharlotteNicole CharlotteNicole
Rechargeable toys always!
05/23/2016
Inquisitor Inquisitor
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Originally posted by Andykh
Oh ok I was just curious as to why the off brand works better than name brand
Don't take this seriously but, I have a conspiracy theory about it if you are interested... It involves Ancient aliens, the U.S. Government, Mark Hammil, Yakuza and Asian battery suppliers.
05/25/2016
Andykh Andykh
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Originally posted by Inquisitor
Don't take this seriously but, I have a conspiracy theory about it if you are interested... It involves Ancient aliens, the U.S. Government, Mark Hammil, Yakuza and Asian battery suppliers.
Wow ok lol
05/25/2016
Evoluchun Evoluchun
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Originally posted by TheToyGuy
Do you use rechargeable or standard batteries?
i use both batteries but i prefer rechargeable vibes too
07/15/2016
Sarebear&Del Sarebear&Del
Some vibes require special batteries, but its nice when they recharge
07/24/2016
TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
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Originally posted by Andykh
Oh ok I was just curious as to why the off brand works better than name brand
I can answer this one. I used to have to explain the difference to customers:

A lot of name brand batteries really only come in two groupings.

Long lasting/low output: These are great for fire alarms, torches, clocks etc but cannot power a vibrator as well as you want as they cannot output at a level needed.
The second type are...

High output/fast discharge: These are for cameras and things that need a burst of power not a sustained release.

The off brand vibrator batteries type are called medium output/controlled discharge: They hold a steady output over a longer period but are no good for things that draw a lot of power or sit idle for years on end like a remote control.
08/03/2016
MrClark MrClark
I have USB rechargeable lithium AA & AAA batteries I use for the toys that are rechargeable out of the box; however, one pair of the AAA ones aren't working currently so need to troubleshoot. Considering how few charges with them, likely a mechanical issue with how the connectors for the top work... hopefully can fix, and also hopefully only one of them worst case. Time to get the multimeter out.
08/03/2016
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