Genuine Play & Charge Kit for Xbox One (Not retail packaged, A+ condition) £7.49 @ StudentComputers
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Genuine Play & Charge Kit for Xbox One (Not retail packaged, A+ condition) £7.49 @ StudentComputers

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Found 17th Sep 2017
Good price for a non-retail packaging, 12 month warranty if its worse than A+! Credit to sean_numark for introducing me to the website in his Xbox One Gamepad post.
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You'd be better off buying some rechargable eneloop aa batteries or eneloop pro aa's instead of getting this, mine has stopped working properly and the capacity was crap anyway compared to eneloops
I ordered one last week it came and it wasn't charging whenever I moved the wire I emailed them they sent me another one straight away no questions asked and received it within 2 days, this one works fine and I still have another battery pack.

You pay for what you get take your chance and if it is a dodgy one they don't mind sending you another heat added even though it has been posted before
prynolfc2 h, 48 m ago

You'd be better off buying some rechargable eneloop aa batteries or …You'd be better off buying some rechargable eneloop aa batteries or eneloop pro aa's instead of getting this, mine has stopped working properly and the capacity was crap anyway compared to eneloops

Mine been working fine for over 3 years obviously get faulty one's
Never had a problem with these had 3 since launch no issues with either of them
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Apologies guys, I did search for play and charge and couldn't see it! Credit to the original poster!
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prynolfc17 h, 50 m ago

You'd be better off buying some rechargable eneloop aa batteries or …You'd be better off buying some rechargable eneloop aa batteries or eneloop pro aa's instead of getting this, mine has stopped working properly and the capacity was crap anyway compared to eneloops


I've had mine for 3+ years now from the original Xbox one controllers, the batteries are still going strong - admittedly the cables are getting a bit old now but that is easier to replace.

I'm a PC gamer so I properly don't use them as much as you guys.
Bought 2, thanks heat!
Quick question guys, if you already have Eneloop rechargeable batteries in your remote can you just use a micro USB lead connected to your Xbox to recharge the batteries when they start to go flat or will that method only work on this specific rechargeable pack?

My kids get through so many Eneloop's solely for their Xbox One controllers so was thinking this might be a good idea as it would mean they don't have to keep swapping batteries and pausing their game if they could just whack a USB cable into the back of the controller to resume their game etc.

Would also save me time as I always seem to have 4 dead batteries left on my desk that I then have to keep putting into the Eneloop mains etc.

Any advice appreciated
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