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Xbox 360 Drop 'N' Charge Kit play.com £17.99
Xbox 360 Drop 'N' Charge Kit play.com £17.99

Xbox 360 Drop 'N' Charge Kit play.com £17.99

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* Xbox 360 Drop 'N' Charge Kit - includes Pad and 1 Xbox 360 Battery allowing you to fully charge your controller whilst attached or detached from the Xbox 360.
* The device holds up to two separate batteries which can be charged simultaneously or separately.
* Rest 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.

10 Comments

Not sure what controller it is?

Original Poster

look at the video i think it does all sorts ????/ wii remote aswell

davver99;6353144

look at the video i think it does all sorts ????/ wii remote aswell



It includes a pad?

Original Poster

this is for wii battery i think u buy one and when u leave it on the pad it charges play.com/Gam…tml

very cool technology used here, i watched a video about a year back about it its supposedly the next gen battery for phones etc , basically wireless charging and connectivity when its placed near or on a charge surface

]http//ww…om/ what this video from this site , only imagine the battery in the device is already capable of connecting to the mat without the horrible attachments

So it's clear you get a pad to put battery on to charge. No controller included.

dontasciime;6354041

So it's clear you get a pad to put battery on to charge. No controller … So it's clear you get a pad to put battery on to charge. No controller included.



Xbox 360 Drop 'N' Charge Kit - includes Pad and 1 Xbox 360 Battery allowing you to fully charge your controller whilst attached or detached from the Xbox 360.

LM290;6353526

very cool technology used here, i watched a video about a year back about … very cool technology used here, i watched a video about a year back about it its supposedly the next gen battery for phones etc , basically wireless charging and connectivity when its placed near or on a charge surface



Is'nt it just the same as the way most electric toothbrushes charge
no direct electrical connection? so not that new tec

Now £14.99
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