Blood or any other fluid outside of the body is no longer infectious. The explicit amount of time is not relevant, as no one gets HIV from blood or fluid found outside of the body, on surfaces.
A condom that does not visibly break protects you from HIV, regardless of how cheap it looks. The exception would be a lambskin condom, but those are NOT cheap - they are more expensive.
You were not at risk from the sex toy, no matter what, and if your condom did not break, you were not at risk. If the quality of condom concerns you - and it should, because cheap condoms are more likely to break - then buy better quality condoms.