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What are the best batteries to use in a vibrator?

Alkaline batteries last the longest, but most consumer tests don't show a significant or consistent difference in life from brand to brand, so buy whichever is cheapest or on sale. Alkaline batteries designed for high-performance use will give you a few more hours of life for a slightly higher price. If your device uses watch or hearing aid batteries, use the lithium-ion type.

Rechargeable batteries also perform well, and have the benefit of reducing environmental toxins and waste. They are slightly less convenient than disposables, as they take time to charge, and they require the initial investment for a set of rechargeable batteries and a recharger. Note: Do not attempt to recharge standard disposable alkaline batteries; they may explode. Consumer Reports Report on single-use and rechargeable batteries (12/02)

Vibrator Safety, Precautions,
Storage and Care

Can I hurt myself with a vibrator?
Can I get an infection from my vibrator?
Can I electrocute myself with my vibrator?
What should I do if I get a vibrator stuck in my vagina?
What if I get a vibrator stuck in my anus?
Can I use someone else's vibrator?
Is it possible for a hard plastic vibrator to break and injure me?
How long can a vibrator be used before throwing it away?
Are there signs of impending breakdown?
How should I store my vibrators?
How should I clean my vibrator?
If my vibrator breaks, can I get it fixed?
What are the best batteries to use in a vibrator?
How long will the batteries last?
Are there rechargeable vibrators?
How do I silence noisy batteries?

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