Hex Bug Power Cells
Hex Bug Power Cells
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|CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.|
Hexbug 2-Pack Batteries. As your Hexbug swarm grows, you won't want to be without plenty of batteries! This convenient 2-pack of AG13/LR44 button cell batteries ensures that your Hexbug micro-robotic creatures will keep running, skittering and racing around for hours of buggy fun. Great for stocking up so that your Hexbugs or other electronic devices that use AG13/LR44 batteries are always ready to go. Batteries are 1.5V, 140mAh capacity. Keep your Hexbug creatures powered up and ready for fun! Order this handy battery 2-pack from Brookstone today. WARNING: Not rechargeable. May explode, cause burn injury or leak if recharged, disposed of in fire, inserted incorrectly or disassembled. Replace all batteries at the same time. Do not mix old and new batteries. Keep out of reach of children.
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|Product Length:||2.88 inches|
|Product Width:||2.5 inches|
|Product Height:||0.25 inches|
|Product Weight:||0.02 pounds|
|Package Length:||1.65 inches|
|Package Width:||1.65 inches|
|Package Height:||0.31 inches|
|Package Weight:||0.04 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 15 reviews|
Powers all Hexbug Nano's and robotic bugs
|Average Customer Review: ( 15 customer reviews )
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26 of 28 found the following review helpful:
They are just LR44 batteries Sep 03, 2011
By William M. Wilson
They are just branded LR44s. You can get MUCH cheaper LR44 batteries here on Amazon; there's no need to buy these. Just search for them.
7 of 7 found the following review helpful:
Not worth the money! Oct 01, 2011
By helena joyce
I purchased these based on the "hexbug" brand name, hoping they would last a longer time than some of the generic batteries I see being sold on Amazon. What a waste of money! Not only were they expensive, but they only lasted a couple days before they started to wear down. I decided to go with another buyer selling 20 batteries for about 20 bucks. These batteries seem to work very well, and for the price, they seem worth it.
6 of 7 found the following review helpful:
Great Toy But Batteries Are Too Expensive Jul 17, 2011
By Kelli Derr
My boys love playing with their Hexbug Habitat Sets & I must say ... I like watching those robots run around too! However, the batteries are too expensive. Only 2 for $5.00? I found 20 Nano power cells for $10.00 by typing in "20 Hexbug Batteries" on this site ... 20 HEXBUG-Compatible Batteries They worked fine too by the way. I suggest looking around before buying these as they are very overpriced.
7 of 9 found the following review helpful:
BEN'S FAVORITE Jan 02, 2011
By Maxwell J. Wilcomb
Ben never tires of it. It scuttles in a realistic manner across the floor (vinyl, not carpet)realistically and he constantly invents things to do with it.or just leaves it on to seek its own destiny.
It's durable and not particulrly hard on batteries. There is a downside. If the child is too young the tiny toy will probably be lost. And changng the battery will be a problem if you're not up to unscrewing a very small screw (like used in eyeglass frames. There are sets of very small screwdrivers aroun cheaply. Get a set.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Very convenient Apr 08, 2011
It was nice to be able to order replacement batteries so my sister didn't have to go searching for some when the battery wears out. Plus, it's cute that my nephews think they're food.
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