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Store and charge two Xbox 360 wireless controllers with the Venom Twin Charge Cradle. The Twin Charge Cradle comes with two NiMH Rechargeable batteries that provide up to 18 hours of continuous gameplay and can be fully charged in just 4 hours. Powered buy the 2 meter USB Charge cable (supplied) which also features a 1 meter split so that you can play and charge at the same time. Auto cut off for when controllers are fully charged.

Box Contains

1 x Twin Charge Dock

2 x Rechargeable Batteries

1 x 2 meter USB charge cable with 1 meter split

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#1
This seems good, why the cold voting?
#2
Guys. Whats the reason for voting cold? This is a better deal that the ones that are currently posted.
#3
hot from me £19 on amazon and £15 on ebay

ordered thanks op
#4
Totally agree got one of these off amazon before christmas for a very similar price and it works very well. Hot from me.
#5
Very good price for this. Nice spot!
#6
good price, i had one but the battery would only last an hour after full charge so gave it up
#7
probably voted cold as the batteries wont last very long, the cheap ones soon stop holding their charge. mine are about a year old and the pad wont even turn on without a lead plugged in.

saving up to buy official ones. (or might change the cells for decent ones)
#8
I got one of these in black from amazon works very well...........prob a bit cheaper now as white ain`t the most sort after colour anymore(_;) Good product though at a good price heat added!!!
1 Like #9
I'd personally invest in a normal battery charger that supports other batteries as well as AA, but looks like a hot deal compared to other retailers.

Also, Play are selling one a quid cheaper but without the stand by the looks of it.

Edited By: Infinite Element on Feb 01, 2011 10:55: .
#10
amansk - Jan 30, 2011 15:38
good price, i had one but the battery would only last an hour after full charge so gave it up
???? Not the case for me maybee you had a faulty one batterys last hours for me (_;)
#11
mugglesquop - Feb 01, 2011 10:45
probably voted cold as the batteries wont last very long, the cheap ones soon stop holding their charge. mine are about a year old and the pad wont even turn on without a lead plugged in.

saving up to buy official ones. (or might change the cells for decent ones)
What lead you talking about?? there ain`t no lead this is a good charger well worth £7.99!!!

Edited By: OldEnglish on Feb 01, 2011 10:53
1 Like #12
Don't see the point if you've gotta unplug them to charge them?!!?!?!
Might as well grab yourself some decent hybrids like Eneloops, same hassle, similar price but Japanese cells ie MUCH BETTER!
#13
OldEnglish
mugglesquop - Feb 01, 2011 10:45
probably voted cold as the batteries wont last very long, the cheap ones soon stop holding their charge. mine are about a year old and the pad wont even turn on without a lead plugged in.

saving up to buy official ones. (or might change the cells for decent ones)
What lead you talking about?? there ain`t no lead this is a good charger well worth £7.99!!!


'Play and Charge kit' leads. Charge the batteries as you play. The batteries no longer hold any charge.

how long have you had yours? mine were good for a while (being higher capacity than standard) lasted a month or so before getting steadily worse and worse...
#14
I have one of these, from argos about a year ago. The batteries, on a full charge, last for a good 5 or 6 hours, if not more.

If your batteries are only lasting an hour, then either your pad is slowly draining the power even when off, or youre not charging them up fully.

Seriously, these things last for ages. For 8 quid it's a no brainer.
#15
Leftfield_2k2
Don't see the point if you've gotta unplug them to charge them?!!?!?!
Might as well grab yourself some decent hybrids like Eneloops, same hassle, similar price but Japanese cells ie MUCH BETTER!


um, you know when you're not playing the game? You sit the pad in the cradle, and it charges the battery. then when you do play the game, the battery is charged. It ain't rocket science, and sure as hell beats the Play and Charge kit i used to have.
#16
cowkiller
Leftfield_2k2
Don't see the point if you've gotta unplug them to charge them?!!?!?!
Might as well grab yourself some decent hybrids like Eneloops, same hassle, similar price but Japanese cells ie MUCH BETTER!

um, you know when you're not playing the game? You sit the pad in the cradle, and it charges the battery. then when you do play the game, the battery is charged. It ain't rocket science, and sure as hell beats the Play and Charge kit i used to have.

My bad, from the pic above I foolishly assumed you had to unplug the cell pack to charge, on closer inspection as you say you simply just drop the entire controller into the charger hence the charge contacts on the back of the packs. Still **** they don't give you any info on the cells used
#17
Ordered. Worth a punt at this price. (_;)
#18
Bought....nice one and just got a Quidco payment through....so free really!!!!
#19
Haha Jonniejabs, same got £80 from quidco, and need one of these!
So thanks
#20
mugglesquop
OldEnglish
mugglesquop - Feb 01, 2011 10:45
probably voted cold as the batteries wont last very long, the cheap ones soon stop holding their charge. mine are about a year old and the pad wont even turn on without a lead plugged in.

saving up to buy official ones. (or might change the cells for decent ones)
What lead you talking about?? there ain`t no lead this is a good charger well worth £7.99!!!


'Play and Charge kit' leads. Charge the batteries as you play. The batteries no longer hold any charge.

how long have you had yours? mine were good for a while (being higher capacity than standard) lasted a month or so before getting steadily worse and worse...


These batteries are not compatible with play and charge, they must be recharged on the cradle!
#21
Dumdumb
mugglesquop
OldEnglish
mugglesquop - Feb 01, 2011 10:45
probably voted cold as the batteries wont last very long, the cheap ones soon stop holding their charge. mine are about a year old and the pad wont even turn on without a lead plugged in.

saving up to buy official ones. (or might change the cells for decent ones)
What lead you talking about?? there ain`t no lead this is a good charger well worth £7.99!!!


'Play and Charge kit' leads. Charge the batteries as you play. The batteries no longer hold any charge.

how long have you had yours? mine were good for a while (being higher capacity than standard) lasted a month or so before getting steadily worse and worse...


These batteries are not compatible with play and charge, they must be recharged on the cradle!

It comes with 1 meter split so that you can play and charge at the same time.
#22
IrfanFaruki

It comes with 1 meter split so that you can play and charge at the same time.


I see that now, didn't get that with mine.
#23
I am getting mine delivered tomorrow. So will check to see if it has the split cable with it or not.
#24
Just checked my order status:

Item deleted - we are trying to obtain this item from alternate sources

:(

Edited By: amfan on Feb 01, 2011 19:24
#25
Ordered some of these, but mysteriously their supplier has stopped manufacturing them so my order has been cancelled!
#26
Marked it as expired as its showing out of stock now
#27
Mine cancled too :(
#28
Strange... Mine got delivered. No problems.

May be they has no stock but forgot to update the site???? Cant be.
#29
Just had a cancellation email for this too.(_;)
#30
Cancellation here too, not impressed.

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