I've been searching for a two-way radio (walkie talkie) and I've found one I really like. This particular one works on three AAA alkaline batteries. For $10 more I can get the same radio but with rechargeable NiMH batteries and a recharger. The recharger just plugs right into the radio. Since I already have rechargeable batteries I figured I'd get the cheaper one without the recharger. I was looking at the instructions and it says this: Only use our NiMH battery. Does that mean I'm only supposed to use their NiMH battery if I'm using the recharger? Or does it mean I shouldn't use any NiMH battery at all? I don't see why there would be a problem if I charge my batteries in my own separate charger then use them in the radio. I contacted customer service but I really don't trust any customer service representatives to give me an honest answer. They're just paid to say whatever will make the company more money.
14 years ago