Batteries

Related to the sales of batteries or accumulators we as a manufacturer are obliged to inform our customers about the regulation of taking-back and disposal of used batteries and accumulators.

You are required by law to return used batteries and rechargeable batteries after use.
This means setting up collection schemes so that all spent portable batteries and accumulators can be conveniently returned by the end-users free of charge.
You can also return the old batteries and batteries to a local collection point or to the local retailer. Please note that batteries and accumulators can not be disposed of in household refuse. The image of a crossed-out garbage can pictures, that its illegal to dispose batteries and accumulators in households refuse. For this reason, separate recycling of waste batteries is of particular importance for the environment and health.

Why is it illegal? The improper disposal of batteries and accumulators can have a detrimental effect on the environment and human health, because of the substances contained in the batteries.

Batteries and accumulators are also labeled with the chemical symbol of the particular pollutant they contain.

Batteries containing more than 0.0005% by weight of mercury, more than 0.002% by mass of cadmium or more than 0.004% by weight of lead are marked with the chemical sign of the metals (eg “Cd” for cadmium, “Pb” for lead, “HG” for Mercury).

environmental Protection
Used electroproducts should not be disposed together with the household waste.Please dispose electroproducts where the institutions refer to.
You will receive information on recycling.

Because batteries for sex toys can have a confusing number of different names, we always use one name for each type of battery. The names we use for batteries are:

What batteries do I need?
To find out what batteries your brand new favourite sex toy needs, go to the product page and look for the ‘Power and speed’ section.

‘Power’ tells you what type of power the sex toy uses. If it is a battery-powered toy, you’ll see whether batteries are included with the toy e.g. Batteries (not included).
‘Requires’ tells you how many batteries the toy needs and what type they are e.g. 3 x AA.
C Batteries

Large cylindrical sex toy batteries that power some of the more demanding toys.
AA Batteries

Bog-standard batteries you’ll find lying around the house (down the back of the sofa, in a kitchen drawer) and power a wide range of battery-powered sex toys.
AAA Batteries

Look like an AA battery, but slimmer. They are often found in slimmer models, or where the sex toy battery compartment is not as chunky.
N Batteries

Look like an AA battery, but shorter. They power smaller vibrators, often bullet vibrators that need a lot of power in a small space.

A23 Batteries

Look very similar to N batteries, but are slightly smaller. They are only used for small devices that don’t need to give constant power, for example vibrator remote controls.
LR44 Batteries

Small watch-style batteries that are used in a large number of toys, mainly in bullet vibrators or cock rings that need to pack a punch in a small space. Confusingly, they have a lot of different names, including: AG13, SG13, GVN-L1154, L1154, LR1154, LR154, A76, S76,157, 303, 357. We always call them LR44 batteries.
LR54 Batteries

Small watch-style batteries that are used in some of our cock rings and bullets. They also have a lot of different names, including: AG10, LR1130, LR1131, 189, 387, 389, 390. We always call them LR54 batteries.
LR41 Batteries

Small watch-style batteries, and they are absolutely tiny! Blink and you’ll miss ’em. They also have a lot of different names, including: AG3, G3-A SG3, LR736, 192, 384, 392. We always call them LR41 batteries.

Can I use rechargeable batteries in sex toys?
Rechargeable batteries are usually slightly bigger than regular batteries, meaning that they’re more likely to get stuck or jammed in your favourite vibe. Also rechargeable batteries tend to produce less power, meaning not only will you experience weaker vibrations but you’re more likely to run out of power at the critical moment! Of course, if you want to do away with batteries altogether then check our mains, rechargeable and solar-powered toys.

How to get the most out of battery powered sex toys
1. Always make sure your batteries are fresh – there’s nothing worse than a vibrator losing its power when you’re on the verge of orgasm, so try not to steal batteries from remote controls!
2.Always take the batteries out of your vibrator when you have finished using it. They’ll last longer that way.
3.Make sure the metal contact points in your vibrator are connecting with the ends of your batteries. Don’t be afraid to twizzle the batteries around to make the connection!
4.If your vibrator won’t start, make sure you have inserted the batteries correctly. If you’re not sure, try them the other way around and in every combination, just in case. If you’re still having problems, find the product on Amore Mio and check for any special instructions.

Need more help?
You can Contact Customer Care, who will be able to give you the best advice on how to look after your sex toys. You can email any time, telephone or live chat to an experienced advisor 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The other great place to look for people’s advice on sex toys is on the Amore Mio Forum, where our community is on hand to give their opinions and tips.