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I'd go for this personally:
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00RZD32EG/ref=ya_st_dp_summary

2 x 4000mah!
Pros: no cable ever needed, switch the spent ones with the recharged ones, much longer gaming time between charges.
Cons: need to pop the back off each time they're spent.

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#1
do these work on the elite control?
#2
brendanhickey
standard price
Uhh... No it's not. Not at all. The prime price anyway isn't

Edited By: Bure11 on Jan 15, 2017 22:43
1 Like #3
brendanhickey
This link goes against your original comment
#4
mannin
do these work on the elite control?

Yes I use one on mine.
1 Like #5
samtman
mannin
do these work on the elite control?

Yes I use one on mine.


thanks will snap one up as I just got the elite control and found out my other one don't work on it doh
[HUKD Deal Editor] 2 Likes #7
brendanhickey

But your Camel shows it as the first price drop since October when it was £16.14.

You've confused me now (_;)
1 Like #8
brendanhickey

*facepalm*
#9
Would this work on the 'one s' controllers? I bought a play and charge from Argos which was another brand and it didn't fit! :|
#10
This is a really good price. I've never seen it this low for the official one. Heat from me.
10 Likes #11
I'd go for this personally:
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00RZD32EG/ref=ya_st_dp_summary

2 x 4000mah!
Pros: no cable ever needed, switch the spent ones with the recharged ones, much longer gaming time between charges.
Cons: need to pop the back off each time they're spent.
#12
Bure11
brendanhickey
This link goes against your original comment

How? Looks like £11.99 is the cheapest. Have these been cheaper?
#13
DW21
Would this work on the 'one s' controllers? I bought a play and charge from Argos which was another brand and it didn't fit! :|


I checked the FAQs on Amazon and a number of them asked this, all replied that it did work with the S controller.
#14
thearbiter65
Bure11
brendanhickey
This link goes against your original comment
How? Looks like £11.99 is the cheapest. Have these been cheaper?
He previously posted saying it is a standard price when as you said, this is the cheapest.

Edited By: Bure11 on Jan 15, 2017 23:25
#15
Excellent price thanks! oO
#16
DW21
Would this work on the 'one s' controllers? I bought a play and charge from Argos which was another brand and it didn't fit! :|

Yes it does :)
#17
brendanhickey
standard price

brendanhickey
Try using the "remove extreme values" option, it's really useful sometimes (this being one of those times).
#18
thearbiter65
Bure11
brendanhickey
This link goes against your original comment

How? Looks like £11.99 is the cheapest. Have these been cheaper?


The link is showing today's price to be the cheapest ever recorded for the play and charge on Amazon, therefore it is not "standard price" as brendanhickey put it.

It was £16.14 from Oct 17 until today.

Edited By: madeofbraille on Jan 15, 2017 23:33: .
#19
madeofbraille
thearbiter65
Bure11
brendanhickey
This link goes against your original comment
How? Looks like £11.99 is the cheapest. Have these been cheaper?
The link is showing today's price to be the cheapest ever recorded for the play and charge on Amazon, therefore it is not "standard price" as brendanhickey put it.
It was £16.14 from Oct 17 until today.

Ah, penny dropped! Lol
1 Like #20
escortboy
I'd go for this personally:
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00RZD32EG/ref=ya_st_dp_summary

2 x 4000mah!
Pros: no cable ever needed, switch the spent ones with the recharged ones, much longer gaming time between charges.
Cons: need to pop the back off each time they're spent.
This is what I do for my Xbox controller. More because I already had a charger (albeit not that one) and 4x Energizer 2300mah AA batteries than anything else, to be honest.

It works well and the batteries last ages between charges. The charger is pretty quick too, 0-100% in about an hour. As you say, you do have to pop the back cover off to swap the batteries, but it's no great chore.
#21
escortboy
I'd go for this personally:
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00RZD32EG/ref=ya_st_dp_summary

2 x 4000mah!
Pros: no cable ever needed, switch the spent ones with the recharged ones, much longer gaming time between charges.
Cons: need to pop the back off each time they're spent.


Price has been jumping like crazy for this, it was £11.99 this morning, changed to £12.39 at 11.09 tonight! How many hours would you get from a charge or if it's easier to work out how often do you find yourself changing batteries?
#22
madeofbraille
escortboy
I'd go for this personally: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00RZD32EG/ref=ya_st_dp_summary
2 x 4000mah!
Pros: no cable ever needed, switch the spent ones with the recharged ones, much longer gaming time between charges.
Cons: need to pop the back off each time they're spent.
Price has been jumping like crazy for this, it was £11.99 this morning, changed to £12.39 at 11.09 tonight! How many hours would you get from a charge or if it's easier to work out how often do you find yourself changing batteries?
Probably a few days of fairly great heavy play (5-6 hours)?
Anyone else that keeps an eye on time help out?
It's a rare occurrence replacing the batteries compared to some of the battery packs I've used over the years which last one sitting only!
#23
escortboy
I'd go for this personally: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00RZD32EG/ref=ya_st_dp_summary
2 x 4000mah!
Pros: no cable ever needed, switch the spent ones with the recharged ones, much longer gaming time between charges.
Cons: need to pop the back off each time they're spent.

They aren't that great. Swapped mine for some Eneloops.
#24
Wasn't this £8 odd the other day ?
#25
Darzen
Wasn't this £8 odd the other day ?


Maybe the 360 P+C?
#26
Is this any better that the dual Venom pack?
1 Like #27
matt101101
brendanhickey
standard price

brendanhickey
Try using the "remove extreme values" option, it's really useful sometimes (this being one of those times).



thanks. yeah that's useful.
1 Like #28
BuzzDuraband
brendanhickey

But your Camel shows it as the first price drop since October when it was £16.14.

You've confused me now (_;)


yeah sorry I'm on my phone. I didn't notice it was an extremely high spike which made everything else look stable. I voted hot and bought one :)
#29
nublets2k
brendanhickey

*facepalm*


I removed my comment so it doesn't confuse sorry
#30
Ordered, cheers :) Was gonna post this earlier but you bet me to it by 30 mins :D
#31
I know this is a battery thread but just wondered if anyone has seen the new xbox one media remote, saw it on a website with an end of January release date, since then vanished and cant find any info on it. It looked a little like the old 360 one with number buttons which i want????
#32
Why doesn't Microsoft give us rechargeable controllers as standard? I do like the fact my elite controller lasts ages on a pair of decent aa's but is there a reason they haven't just popped a lithium in there?
2 Likes #33
escortboy
I'd go for this personally: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00RZD32EG/ref=ya_st_dp_summary
2 x 4000mah!
Pros: no cable ever needed, switch the spent ones with the recharged ones, much longer gaming time between charges.
Cons: need to pop the back off each time they're spent.
That's exactly what I did. Same product too.
Heat added none the less as it is a good deal for this product.
#34
I went for this setup: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00NQT48NM/

Bit more expensive, but once you're finished playing, just drop the controller back in the cradle and it's ready for next time. You can't play if the power pack runs out, but you'd have to be doing a serious stretch of gaming to flatten it completely.
#35
madeofbraille
DW21
Would this work on the 'one s' controllers? I bought a play and charge from Argos which was another brand and it didn't fit! :|


I checked the FAQs on Amazon and a number of them asked this, all replied that it did work with the S controller.


Thanks! I did actually look but no luck, cheers.
#36
sintass
DW21
Would this work on the 'one s' controllers? I bought a play and charge from Argos which was another brand and it didn't fit! :|

Yes it does :)


Thanks, ordered.
#37
Ordered one ty ;)
#38
Thanks, ordered (_;)
#39
escortboy
I'd go for this personally:
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00RZD32EG/ref=ya_st_dp_summary

2 x 4000mah!
Pros: no cable ever needed, switch the spent ones with the recharged ones, much longer gaming time between charges.
Cons: need to pop the back off each time they're spent.


Thanks!!
#40
Cold, cheaper to get aa Duracell rechargeable batteries and charger which can be used for a whole host of things

Edited By: ykhan94 on Jan 16, 2017 13:40: More info

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