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Microsoft Xbox One Play and Charge Kit £16.14 (Prime) or £18.13 (Non-Prime) @ Amazon

£16.14 @ Amazon
Charges while you play and when the console is in standby mode Save money by not having to buy AA batteries for your Wireless Controller LED charging indicator on the cable Fully recharges in… Read More
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7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago
Charges while you play and when the console is in standby mode

Save money by not having to buy AA batteries for your Wireless Controller

LED charging indicator on the cable

Fully recharges in under 4hrs

Need one myself so seems best out there
ggmurray Avatar
7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Thanks, got one from another seller on there, As New Boxed £10 and prime delivery tomorrow 8)
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This is £16.14 on Tesco Direct too with FREE Next Day Click & Collect :D
#3
how long does the charge generally last for using official? got a cheap one but of course the charge only lasts about an hour before it's asking me to charge again
#4
bleachedsmiles
how long does the charge generally last for using official? got a cheap one but of course the charge only lasts about an hour before it's asking me to charge again

I picked up a Gioteck Charge and Play kit from Tesco for £8, really pleased with it so far...
#5
bleachedsmiles
how long does the charge generally last for using official? got a cheap one but of course the charge only lasts about an hour before it's asking me to charge again

About 20 hours id say maybe longer even
#6
FTCom
bleachedsmiles
how long does the charge generally last for using official? got a cheap one but of course the charge only lasts about an hour before it's asking me to charge again

I picked up a Gioteck Charge and Play kit from Tesco for £8, really pleased with it so far...


Also have the giotek ones which work well. I just got a 2 pack play and charge from Game for £6, see how those fare. Are there any that are compatible with the elite controller? The clips on the battery door are in a different place. I have one rechargeable which isn't built onto a battery door so use that bit would be nice to have a sealed unit without using a hacksaw!
#7
bleachedsmiles
how long does the charge generally last for using official? got a cheap one but of course the charge only lasts about an hour before it's asking me to charge again


I get around 35-40 hours per charge with the official one.
#8
That's the way Xbox controller should have been in the first place. Good price though.


Edited By: iEimis on Dec 06, 2016 17:26: e
#9
iEimis
That's the way xbox controller should of been in the first place. I have a white one so black wouldn't look particularly good which is a shame really.

The official rechargeable battery fits inside the battery compartment and fits all Xbox controllers as you use the original battery cover, unlike third party ones which replace the cover.
#10
Skullpanda
iEimis
That's the way xbox controller should of been in the first place. I have a white one so black wouldn't look particularly good which is a shame really.
The official rechargeable battery fits inside the battery compartment and fits all Xbox controllers as you use the original battery cover, unlike third party ones which replace the cover.

Yeah, I just watched the video and realised, considering it now, although I can see that there were some bundles previously which included controller itself and this for like £35, but time machine is not invented yet as far as I am aware :(
#11
I use rechargeable Duracell 2500's. Bought a pack of four for around £15 so I always have a spare set and they go for at least a week between charges ( I play most days ) and the previous ones lasted 3-4 years.. Good price on the deal though , heat.
#12
Cold. Same price at Tesco without the need to pay for prime
#13
what about these from game? I would need the twin pack, and £9.99 for two??

http://www.game.co.uk/en/gameware-xbox-one-twin-charge-pack-666891?cm_mmc=affiliate-_-tradedoubler-_-HotUKDeals-_-banner

http://www.game.co.uk/en/gameware-xbox-one-play-charge-kit-666321

I'm just thinking about getting something to go with my sons xmas present. I got a two controller deal.

Edited By: johnno73 on Dec 06, 2016 18:46
#14
johnno73
what about these from game? I would need the twin pack, and £9.99 for two??

http://www.game.co.uk/en/gameware-xbox-one-twin-charge-pack-666891?cm_mmc=affiliate-_-tradedoubler-_-HotUKDeals-_-banner

http://www.game.co.uk/en/gameware-xbox-one-play-charge-kit-666321

I'm just thinking about getting something to go with my sons xmas present. I got a two controller deal.


I have these and one broke in about a month. charge doesn't last that long.
#15
Got son the Elite controller for xmas, is this the best one to get or can someone recommend as a double pack would be handy for his regular controller. Thanks.
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frostyclock
Got son the Elite controller for xmas, is this the best one to get or can someone recommend as a double pack would be handy for his regular controller. Thanks.

The battery in the Microsoft Play and Charge Kit is a measly 1400mAh.

Get a pack of 4xAA 2700mAh rechargeables (£5.99) + Smart Charger (£8.99) from 7dayshop.

Get nearly twice as much playing time between charges, have a pair already charged and waiting to be swapped in when the other pair runs out (no need to hook up a cable to the controller until the pack is charged), and the batteries can be used in other devices.

Plus, it's cheaper.

It's a no-brainer, really.
#17
cracksmoker
frostyclock
Got son the Elite controller for xmas, is this the best one to get or can someone recommend as a double pack would be handy for his regular controller. Thanks.

The battery in the Microsoft Play and Charge Kit is a measly 1400mAh.

Get a pack of 4xAA 2700mAh rechargeables (£5.99) + Smart Charger (£8.99) from 7dayshop.

Get nearly twice as much playing time between charges, have a pair already charged and waiting to be swapped in when the other pair runs out (no need to hook up a cable to the controller until the pack is charged), and the batteries can be used in other devices.

Plus, it's cheaper.

It's a no-brainer, really.


I have this kit I don't use it as I did exactly what you've said here. Been going strong for 12 months, change them every 4-5 days.
#18
cracksmoker
frostyclock
Got son the Elite controller for xmas, is this the best one to get or can someone recommend as a double pack would be handy for his regular controller. Thanks.
The battery in the Microsoft Play and Charge Kit is a measly 1400mAh.
Get a pack of 4xAA 2700mAh rechargeables (£5.99) + Smart Charger (£8.99) from 7dayshop.
Get nearly twice as much playing time between charges, have a pair already charged and waiting to be swapped in when the other pair runs out (no need to hook up a cable to the controller until the pack is charged), and the batteries can be used in other devices.
Plus, it's cheaper.
It's a no-brainer, really.
Thanks for that.

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