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Wii Remote Quad Charger - just £12.49 @ Argos!

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[mod] 7y, 2m agoFound 7 years, 2 months ago
* Charge up to 4 remotes at once.
* Power and charging indicators.
* Powered by the original Wii power supply - connection cable supplied.
* Includes 4 replacement rechargeable battery packs with covers.
* For ages 7 years and over.
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#1
new to this wii gaming here, can anyone tell me if you have to charge the motion plus controller as well, will this do this or will it just charge the wii motes, sorry to sound thick here!
#2
I was after one of these but one that holds the wii console as well.
#3
thanks by the way, reserved:thumbsup:
#4
I was thinking about these but a little worried!

I have heard they overheat the wii as its charged by the wii, I am also taking it that in order to charge you need to leave the wii on while not playing it??
#5
adam787_1
I was after one of these but one that holds the wii console as well.


ahhh, well i have just posted that as a half price bargain from Argos too! :whistling:
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irshybar
new to this wii gaming here, can anyone tell me if you have to charge the motion plus controller as well, will this do this or will it just charge the wii motes, sorry to sound thick here!


this thing charges the wii motes, the motion plus attachment gets its power from the wii mote so it doesnt need charging. Also i dont think this thing can change a wii mote with the motion plus attachment connected hope this clears things up a bit
#7
bn4


I have heard they overheat the wii as its charged by the wii, I am also taking it that in order to charge you need to leave the wii on while not playing it??


Where did you hear that from?
#8
thislife95
Where did you hear that from?


Overheat magazine.
#9
cammie81
Overheat magazine.


I lol'd. :p

+heat btw, really good deal.
#10
adam787_1
I was after one of these but one that holds the wii console as well.


Just posted one thats in stock ;)
#11
NIce one, just reserved. For those worried about overheating the wii (not had an issue myself with similar dual charger). But anyway, they generally just plug into a usb source so think I'll probabaly plug the charge into my desktop PC as they can sit in my office and charge as my wii is tucked away in a cupboard.
#12
nice find... heat added.
#13
I had the dual charger version of this on my last wii - currently have the one that holds the wii too.

I liked this better, charges the wiimotes and holds them nicely in place.

A 'must-have' for me.

Deal Heated.
#14
bn4
I was thinking about these but a little worried!

I have heard they overheat the wii as its charged by the wii, I am also taking it that in order to charge you need to leave the wii on while not playing it??


It could if anything possibly overheat the Power Brick but not the Wii. The will power socket will plug into a splitter which one part plugs into the Wii, with the other a wire going to the charging station.
#15
This would be better than the ones powered by the wii USB socket (because then you would need to leave the wii on with certain models).

The major problem with these is they will not charge with the remote in a wii condom. The wrist strap can also mean the wiimotes dont fit properly and dont make proper contact.

Exposed charging terimnals on the back of the wiimote can also mean sweaty hands make the terminals not work.
#16
Thyseus
Just posted one thats in stock ;)


Thanks, I have just reserved one of each as I am unsure which one to go for!! :?
#17
irshybar
new to this wii gaming here, can anyone tell me if you have to charge the motion plus controller as well, will this do this or will it just charge the wii motes, sorry to sound thick here!


You need to remove the WM+, and then charge the wiimote. Once charged, the WM+ clips back on and runs off the battery in the wiimote. Hope this helps?

Really hot deal, bought the one which houses the console as well when it was £9 at Argos a few months ago, saved me a fortune in batteries.
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#19
£14.99 now...
#20
Misterel;7007741
£14.99 now...

Darn! :-( hate when that happens

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