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Battery drains too quick for AAA

The battery dies too quick! and theres no option to turn the neon light off. it should only come on at the touch of the button, and it stays on the whole time. it drains the little AAA battery too quick..i love the design but u need to make changes.. or make a built in battery that we can recharge through wall outlet

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It some times depend on the type of batteries u get.......
You should try to get three types of higher brands of batteries...

if that does not work get Litium rechargeables....with the chager..

Posted on Jan 11, 2009

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