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Wii Motion Plus Charger (and normal controller charger) £4.99 @ Argos
Wii Motion Plus Charger (and normal controller charger) £4.99 @ Argos

Wii Motion Plus Charger (and normal controller charger) £4.99 @ Argos

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Wii console motion plus charger

This charger for the Nintendo Wii console allows you to charge up to two Nintendo Wii remote controllers, with or without motion plus, simultaneously.

Got one myself and they are gooooooood

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One left in Holloway Road. Not got time to collect it though!

Good deal.
None in stock near me though.

do these have battery packs or seperate AA batteries?

Silly question but can these be charged with the plastic cover on??

Nice, reserved the last one at Nottingham Riverside store

None of these about, good luck finding one.

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you get the batteries with it with the plastic back of the remote, it just then slides into the charging unit thing. gives many hours of play off one charge.

Got one of these they are pretty good and as mentioned include batteries

Buil quality is good. Rechargable battery packs included. The only downside is you need to remove the jackets from the remotes to charge them. Still in stocks at Mill Hill (London NW7) and Wembley stores.
Edited by: "mwaeco" 26th Jan 2011

Bottom of the listing on Argos it says Current selling price valid until 29/07/2011

got the last on in my area. thanks op

Cheers op, just reserevd one in Bath

Can you actually remove the skin from the motion plus? From what my mate told me the controller skin and motion plus are stuck together

bboy71

Can you actually remove the skin from the motion plus? From what my mate … Can you actually remove the skin from the motion plus? From what my mate told me the controller skin and motion plus are stuck together



Skin is removable

Been this for weeks bought it at this price before christmas

.[img]images.logicbuy.com/Pag…spx?url=/datastore/userdeals/634165169312000102wii-energizer-induction-charger.jpg&width=500&height=385[/img] Get one of these there quality!! & you can charge them with the jackets on (_;)
Edited by: "OldEnglish" 26th Jan 2011

I would also add that you need a usb port to plug into to use this charger (unless you buy a mains to usb adaptor). So you will need to leave your Wii switched on or set it to go into standby mode via the internet (to do this you will need a wireless connection or buy a Wii Lan adaptor I believe). If your head is starting to hurt then just use rechargeables lol.

These are fine and great value, but they're a bit of a pain in the neck to get the wiimote in and out. I usually end up picking up the whole unit and pulling them apart...

cdm22

I take it back, it was 1 month and 1 day … I take it back, it was 1 month and 1 day ago!http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/wii-motion-plus-charger-white-argos/835450



Is that the rules for a re-post then, as long as it's over a month you can re-post???? Didn't know this.

So do you actually get a wii remote with this Im after a spare

not meaning to hijack the thread but do those induction chargers need "special" batteries, if so do they come with the chargers?

The charger is powered by the USB socket on your Wii console and is supplied with a USB power cable, 2 rechargeable batteries and covers.

Thank you, got one reserved. For others there are currently 3 left at the Leatherhead Store in Surrey.
Edited by: "andrewm1975" 26th Jan 2011

OldEnglish

.[img]http://images.logicbuy.com/Pages/Image.aspx?url=/datastore/userdeals/634165169312000102wii-energizer-induction-charger.jpg&width=500&height=385[/img] Get one of these there quality!! & you can charge them with the jackets on (_;)



Also got this setup. Using induction charging it has no cables or sleeves to mess around with. Just lay the remotes on the pad and it charges just like magic.
Highly recommended however your budget will have to stretch to £30 but a brilliant bit of kit.

read0001 - Jan 26, 2011 21:27not meaning to hijack the thread but do … read0001 - Jan 26, 2011 21:27not meaning to hijack the thread but do those induction chargers need "special" batteries, if so do they come with the chargers?

Yes they come with it.;)
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