How long does Yoto battery last?

Answered by Tom Adger

The battery life of the Yoto device can vary depending on how it is used and the content being played. On average, you can expect the battery to last for at least 6 hours of continuous playtime. This means that if you were to use the Yoto device non-stop for 6 hours, the battery would need to be recharged.

However, if you use the device on standby mode without actively playing any content, the battery can last for a longer period of time. In this case, you can expect the battery to last between 8 to 10 hours. Standby mode refers to the device being turned on but not actively playing any audio content. It is similar to putting a television on standby where it is ready to be used but not actively displaying anything.

It is important to note that these estimates are based on average usage and may vary depending on factors such as the volume level, screen brightness, and the specific content being played. For example, playing audio at higher volume levels or using the device’s screen more frequently may consume more battery power and reduce the overall battery life.

To maximize the battery life of your Yoto device, you can try adjusting the screen brightness to a lower setting and keeping the volume at a moderate level. Additionally, if you are not actively using the device, you can put it on standby mode to conserve battery power.

In my personal experience, I have found that the Yoto battery generally lasts for a decent amount of time. I have used it for several hours continuously during long car rides or flights, and it has held up well. However, it is always a good idea to have a backup charging option available, especially if you plan on using the Yoto device for an extended period of time without access to a power source.

While the battery life of the Yoto device can vary depending on usage and content, you can expect it to last for at least 6 hours of continuous play and between 8 to 10 hours on standby.