Remote Charging Stand (Wii) £7.97 @ Amazon UK (free delivery on orders over £15.00) - HotUKDeals
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Stores your Wii console securely in its vertical position
Built in charging docks for 2 x Wii remotes (remotes not included)
Charging bay to charge 2 x AA batteries (batteries not included)
Auto Cut Off when batteries are charged
USB connection from your console provides powe
Stylish Cool Blue LED light
Requires 2 x AAA Ni-Mh batteries for each remote (batteries not supplied)
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#1
Just to note that it's only free delivery if you are to add something else to your order to take it over £15 in total.
[mod]#2
Please amend title to say only if order is over £15 or Amazon Prime.
#3
magicjay1986
Please amend title to say only if order is over £15 or Amazon Prime.


I agree, please amend your title as this is clearly mis-leading?
1 Like #4
i bought this product a year ago from play.com (they still sell it for £9.99 delivered by the way)
Its really good, it comes with 2x adapters to alter the rear of the wii-mote to each use 2x rechargable AAA batteries. You'll need a set of these (minimum of 1800mAh) to fully get the benefits. it also charges a set of AA batteries if needed.
On top of all this it looks really smart, has a cool blue neon glow and will save all wii owners loads of money in batteries. Hot from me.
#5
JasonMason
... use 2x rechargable AAA batteries. You'll need a set of these (minimum of 1800mAh) to fully get the benefits...


1800mAh AAA?
I suspect 1200mAh versions will be more readily available. The only 1800mAh AAA bats I have seen were dubious re-badges of 1200mAh versions, but if you can find some AAA's that have a genuine capacity of 1800mAh then all the better.
#6
I've read reviews which have stated that people that use 1200mAh AAA batteries in the charging stand sometimes develop faults causing the remote to break down, in fact my charging stand came with a printed sheet within the box recommending the higher capacily batteries.
I've had no issues at all with 1800mAh, they may not be as readily available as 1200 ones but why take the risk?
#7
Correct me if I am wrong, but I thought that the wii remotes used AA batteries and not AAA as stated.
#8
Wii remotes use AA, but these come with recharcging packs that use rechargeable AAA batteries. Good deal!
#9
this one seems better and cheaper?? Free batteries and free del.

http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.3333
#10
Definitely read the reviews on this product. A lot of people having issues and their wiimotes dying.
#11
ChipSticks
Definitely read the reviews on this product. A lot of people having issues and their wiimotes dying.


the issue is apparently caused by wii owners using low capacity AAA batteries (800 - 1200mAh) as opposed to higher capacity ones (1800mAh).

My stand came with instructions stipulating that the product is designed for use with 1800 AAA batteries, so if you follow the instructions you cant go wrong,
#12
i have 1 of these there r gd
#13
chante9997
i have 1 of these there r gd


Pardon?
#14
i own one and it is very good, blue light looks cool too.
#15
DealExtreme has a MUCH better deal, it has higher battery power for a much cheaper price.

Of course, DealExtreme isnt allowed on here because it isnt based in the UK.
#16
Vistrix
DealExtreme has a MUCH better deal, it has higher battery power for a much cheaper price.

Of course, DealExtreme isnt allowed on here because it isnt based in the UK.


DealExtreme deals are always posted on this site, a lot of them go pretty cold though due to some of us (myself included) receiving items that do not last as long as they should and break apart upon use, one example being a torch i bought from them that started to 'fizz' and then melted the rubber seals away ( im sure if id left it on any longer than 20seconds the whole room would have been more than illuminated :w00t: )

:roll:
#17
JasonMason
DealExtreme deals are always posted on this site, a lot of them go pretty cold though due to some of us (myself included) receiving items that do not last as long as they should and break apart upon use, one example being a torch i bought from them that started to 'fizz' and then melted the rubber seals away ( im sure if id left it on any longer than 20seconds the whole room would have been more than illuminated :w00t: )

:roll:


Yeah theres alot of junk on there, but I assumed the site is not allowed on here because as stated in the agreement, sites not based in the UK arent allowed to be listed on here (e.g. Amazon.com is banned from here). Its a bit stupid really.

Ive had the DealExtreme Wii remote stand for a good 4 months now, amazing value.
#18
Would these batteries be ok for the controller? I could use the AA for the Wii Fit board then. Else does anyone know a decent place for the 1800 AAA? The one on DealExtreme is good, but I want a stand that holds the Wii too.
I have this one on order but don't really want to wait...
#19
Had this around a year (a tenner from Play) and it's the dog's danglies. The WII gets used 2-3 times a week and the remotes are always charged and ready to go. Well worth it.
As for batteries, I've had the same 1000mah AAA's in since day one and they're still fine.

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