Not true. Refrigerateing batteries keeps them at a constant temperature which causes them to store longer. Your house/garage can fluctuate temperatures between summer and winter, shortening the lifespane. It’s not the cold they benefit from but the consistency.
@tinamarie1974 Walter has been consulted on all major policy decisions including all those concerning bubble wrap. I know there are those who are going to give me grief that since Walter and I are male, there is no female input.
Look, I have standards for my color-changing-LED-plastic-eggs. IF I go to all of the expense and trouble of purchasing a color-changing-LED-plastic-egg, it MUST be WiFi enabled so I can change the color from Alexa or my phone. Hard (boiled) pass from me!
Bought a dozen eggs. One failed to hatch. Either the chick has a damaged mitochondria or is still born. Either way, waiting for MEH to respond. Will it be CPR or a burial? The 11 others are excited and miss the sibling.
I have a dozen and love the colors, especially the level where it gently traditions to another color. I, too, had one that doesn’t work, one that works for a few seconds then shuts off, and one that is very low/dull colored (think the battery is going). Waiting to hear back from support.
I have one egg with a bad battery- it’s corroded. I don’t have any replacement batteries. I got the old ones out and ordered 30 batteries from Amazon for $4 but if you really like glowing things you can get 100 for under $6.
I’m not suggesting that customer support shouldn’t help people out but if you want them flashing for Easter it should be very doable.
Update: I decided I really do like glowing things and ordered 100.