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Xbox 360 play and charge kit 7.99

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8y, 10m agoFound 8 years, 10 months ago
Xbox 360 play and charge kit 7.99 when bought with anything else instore, not sure if this applies online too. I got the play and charge kit and another battery for 17.98, couldn't find it cheaper anywhere else.

This was in Glasgow but should be everywhere else.
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#1
Good deal, especially instore, hard to find things instore these days.
#2
Thanks, great first post! Been looking for a good deal on these as my brother is after some.

Have just picked up two for a total of £15.98 (they both get discounted when bought together) which is a great deal.

The offer is only on the black kits, not the white, just in case anyone is particularly bothered about what colour they get! Oh and it is the official MIicrosoft kit on offer, not the cheap GAME knock-offs if anyone was wondering.

Welcome to HUKD MINNES!
#3
Good post, heat added.
#4
Awesome deal. Got 2 for £15.98. Perfect! :thumbsup:
#5
Awesome deal!
#6
Good deal, could do with some tags on the post - my RSS feed missed it.
#7
for anyone lazy who can't be arsed to leave their house, try this £4 (delivered) Play and Charge USB Cable and use your own rechargable batteries

http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.3019

may not have the official "Microsoft" seal of approval but it does the job admirably
#8
I advise anyone considering this just to buy a set of normal rechargable batteries from elsewhere.

If you open up the plastic of the official Microsoft Battery Packs, they are just two AA batteries inside with a bit of wire!

An unbelievable con!
#9
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I advise anyone considering this just to buy a set of normal rechargable batteries from elsewhere.

If you open up the plastic of the official Microsoft Battery Packs, they are just two AA batteries inside with a bit of wire!

An unbelievable con!


Mmm.. but it is convenient to just play with the controller wired when the battery runs out.
#10
This doesn't work along with the 120gb hard drive :?
#11
I bought one last week in Liverpool store. Only just noticed it just before I left too, bought it with Timespliters FP for 98p, good deal :thumbsup:
#12
this kit can charge up the batteries while you carry on playing. if you run out of normal rechargable batteries what you gonna do? you can just use the cable if you want to carry on playing not even in conjunction with the battery pack so its still worth keeping the cable handy even if you use your own batteries.
#13
I've voted hot as its a good price for this product that suits many people.
I may be in the minority but i just use regular rechargable batteries, ensuring i have a couple of spare ones charged up, for when the ones i'm using goes flat.
More importantly i'm keeping my controller wireless.
If i wanted leads running from the controller to the 360, i might as well get a wired controller and be done with it.

Though like i said, each to their own and voted hot, as it's a good deal for most.
#14
I payed £9.99 for this last week and thought that was a good deal but this is even better.

To the people who say you may as well buy a wired controller, well I guess if you're really cynical. But there's been a couple of times when playing COD4 online where the batteries have died and you can't just pause an online game. With one of these things, as long as you play with the cable plugged in from time to time you can play without it any other time. Also you can plug it in and turn the console off and it charges on stand-by.

There's no ideal solution to wireless pads tbh unless they use mains powered wi-fi, which these don't. So it's either batteries and risk the fact that the pad might stop working mid-game or a play and charge kit where you have to play with a wired pad from time to time.

At £7.99 I'd at least give this a try though.
#15
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I payed £9.99 for this last week and thought that was a good deal but this is even better.

To the people who say you may as well buy a wired controller, well I guess if you're really cynical. But there's been a couple of times when playing COD4 online where the batteries have died and you can't just pause an online game. With one of these things, as long as you play with the cable plugged in from time to time you can play without it any other time. Also you can plug it in and turn the console off and it charges on stand-by.

There's no ideal solution to wireless pads tbh unless they use mains powered wi-fi, which these don't. So it's either batteries and risk the fact that the pad might stop working mid-game or a play and charge kit where you have to play with a wired pad from time to time.

At £7.99 I'd at least give this a try though.


Not really a risk if you just check the battery life on the dashboard before you start playing. I do have one of these though and it is a good peice of kit and the price is good so thumbs up.
#16
i didn't see this advertised instore at Game today. they had the packs but no offer...
banned#17
Can anybody confirm if this offer is still valid? ive got a £15 voucher i want to use and it means i could get one of these and some microsoft points to change my gamertag

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