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Logic3 Dual Charging Stand (Wii) only £11.52 Delivered @ Amazon

£11.52 @ Amazon
I'm not sure if this is the cheapest around but can't find anywhere that has a charging stand this low. This is great if you don't want to bother with rechargeable batteries as there are two power pac…
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7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
I'm not sure if this is the cheapest around but can't find anywhere that has a charging stand this low. This is great if you don't want to bother with rechargeable batteries as there are two power packs that come with this also.

Review
The Wii Dual Charge Stand is an ideal solution for your Wii Remote Controls, the Dual Charge Stand replaces the need for standard AA batteries.

The Dual Charge Stand includes 2 x rechargeable battery packs for Wii remotes, simply place them onto the stand, and with a 4 hour rapid recharge time it provides up to 10 hours playtime per battery. Powered using your original Wii AC Adaptor, the Dual Charge Stand stores your Wii Remotes, the stand features a soft blue light illumination and LED recharging indicators.

* 2 x Rechargeable Battery Packs for Wii Remote.
* Rapid 4 hours recharge time.
* Provides up to 10 hours of playtime per battery
* Powered using original Wii AC Adaptor
* Soft blue light illumination


Enjoy ;-)
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#1
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#2
Will this work if you have the motion plus attached?
#3
I hate having to constantly remove the silicon cover just to change the battery. These don't look like they'll remove that annoyance so in the long term, batteries are better value for money I reckon.
#4
A good deal but just a word of warning. My neighbour recently rang nintendo to complain that her Wii remote was giggered and they asked how she charged her wii remotes and she told them that she had one of these. The lady from Nintendo reckoned that this was why her Wii remote was giggered. Anyone else had this problem? I wanted one myself but am now put off.
#5
£13.99 according to link
#6
What does giggered mean? Is it when your Wii remote smells like ginger? D:
#7
Amazon are plonkers, why do they have to change the price as soon as some people order at once.

Yeah its now at £13.99 and 1 in stock if anyone wants it.
#8
stevey_p7
Amazon are plonkers, why do they have to change the price as soon as some people order at once.

Yeah its now at £13.99 and 1 in stock if anyone wants it.


Maybe it is an adaptive pricing system that reduces the price until people are interested and then increases until orders drop off. That way they maximise the price a bit like airline and now train pricing.
#9
Sorry Voted cold - just bought a new one off fleabay for £5.99 :thumbsup:
#10
can't work with wii motion plus or wii jacket.

I use energizer wii induction charger for that
#11
tsimehC
I hate having to constantly remove the silicon cover just to change the battery. These don't look like they'll remove that annoyance so in the long term, batteries are better value for money I reckon.


Better value for money :thinking: Why anyone wants to use the silicone covers anyway :?

chargers are the way to go, i charge mine up then unplug the charger from the wii, as i like to run them down then re-charge.
#12
hamsterpig
Better value for money :thinking: Why anyone wants to use the silicone covers anyway :?

chargers are the way to go, i charge mine up then unplug the charger from the wii, as i like to run them down then re-charge.


Most people use the silicon covers now
#13
shadowdogg
Most people use the silicon covers now


I can understand pen pushers using them ;-)
#14
stevey_p7;6223595
Amazon are plonkers, why do they have to change the price as soon as some people order at once.

Yeah its now at £13.99 and 1 in stock if anyone wants it.

That happens all the time with me and Amazon :-(
#15
hamsterpig
I can understand pen pushers using them ;-)


Pen pushers? Silicon covers protect the Wii remote and help grip the thing. Anyway, I used one of these once and the battery pack started to leak chemical liquid so I returned it to Argos.

The inductive chargers are the way to go and I'd probably get one if I could any.
#16
tsimehC
Pen pushers? Silicon covers protect the Wii remote and help grip the thing. Anyway, I used one of these once and the battery pack started to leak chemical liquid so I returned it to Argos.

The inductive chargers are the way to go and I'd probably get one if I could any.


was a joke
I just put the grip on mine from wii sorts resort and It doesn't feel right to me I can grip it better without a cover on it :thumbsup:
#17
I have one of these I got from Argos came with 4xAAA NiMH batteries. I couldnt use the silicon sleeves unless I kept taken them off/and on etc I got it at Xmas 2007 and so problems with it, although to eb fair I dont use the wii that much havent sued a wii motion plus yet I am getting two soon from Amazon and a sunkey ;)
#18
£22 now

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