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Drop N Charge Wii wireless charging unit £12.99 @ Play + additional batteries £4.99
Drop N Charge Wii wireless charging unit £12.99 @ Play + additional batteries £4.99

Drop N Charge Wii wireless charging unit £12.99 @ Play + additional batteries £4.99

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Play seem to be selling the Drop N Charge range by Exspect for substantially cheaper than I have seen elsewhere.

These sell for around £30 in Tesco for the charger unit and 1 battery pack then around £10 per additional battery pack.

This unit charges both Wii and Xbox 360 compatible packs.

The Exspect Wii Drop N Charge Kit includes a charging pad and a Wii Remote battery allowing you to fully charge your Remote without removing the silicone skin/Wii MotionPlus or having to dock the device!

Special Features



* The pad holds up to two separate batteries which can be charged simultaneously or separately
* Charge an Exspect compatible battery device on the pad by simply placing within the grey box
* The LED indicators will illustrate the charge status of the relevant device by either a red/green glow

4 Comments

Original Poster

xbox 360 charger ]pack £14.99

Adittional battery pack ]Wii
£4.99
Adittional battery pack ]360 £4.99

]Wii fit battery pack £4.99

I wish these would hurry up and become the norm for nearly every rechargable item.
Good price. :thumbsup:

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Jumpingphil;8256398

I wish these would hurry up and become the norm for nearly every … I wish these would hurry up and become the norm for nearly every rechargable item.Good price. :thumbsup:



I agree. I don't know much about this technology but I know that powermat offer a ]power Cube with multi outputs so you can charge your mobiles and PS3 pads. I wonder if this would charge via the drop n charge? :thinking:

Still saving for a Wii but these will be on top of my list once that's bagged... And hopefully cheaper still...

Nice find Monkey!
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