The vibrator purrs between your legs. Eyelids fluttering, you moan as you greedily rub against it. You pick up the pace. The little toy trembles, hitting your sensitive spot, and it almost makes your entire body shiver… Until it grinds to a halt— What do you do next? Make your own story below!
How the best batteries can help power up your sexy time
Want your sex toys to last as long as you do? We’ll show you how to get the juice.
Whenever you think dirty, the last thing you’re probably going to have on your mind is the battery. But it’s not so sexy to run out of juice when you’re about to get to the Big O, is it?
Most women find battery-powered sex toys more portable than a magic wand plugged into the bedside socket. Not to mention, sex toys with batteries are more affordable.
Power up these pleasure products so they can empower you! To take care of these sex toys, just keep a few things in mind.
Don’t make a habit out of borrowing your TV remote’s AA cells during Netflix and chill, or they might give up on you mid-orgasm.
Take out your batteries after use to avoid them from getting drained quicker, or worse, leaving white residue inside the battery pack.
Does your toy refuse to start? Rearrange or adjust them to see what works. If this persists, you probably need to buy new ones. We can provide that for you!
NOTI values your privacy above all, especially when it comes to shipping. Rest assured that we’ll handle your personal information with the utmost discretion. Just enjoy yourself, and leave the rest to us!
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Can I use rechargeable batteries in sex toys?
Rechargeable batteries don’t pack as much punch as disposable ones, but they’re still a viable option for your sexual stimulation. Just check if they come in the size you need since they tend to be slightly bigger than disposable batteries. Make sure that they’re also fully charged before use!
Should I remove the batteries in my sex toy after use?
Yes! Never leave your batteries inside your toy after use. That’s because they could get drained more easily when left inside. Worse, they could leave a white residue and ultimately ruin your sex toy’s battery pack. Dispose of the batteries immediately when this occurs.
What are batteries usually used for sex toys?
Batteries range from the small, watch-sized types like LR41 to the larger units like AA and C. What your sex toy would need depends on its model and build. Read the instruction manual of your sex toy to know what you should look for.
Why doesn’t my sex toy work?
Battery-powered sex toys usually don’t work because the batteries haven’t been inserted properly or the batteries need to be replaced. Try adjusting the batteries and other inside components to see if it works. If not, it’s probably time for you to get some new batteries.
How do I know the batteries I bought online are safe?
Online shopping is usually how women get their sex toy batteries, but unfortunately, there are lots of counterfeits out there. Remember, when the price is too cheap, it’s probably too good to be true. This is why you should get your batteries from NOTI, where we could ensure the quality of your products.