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XBOX One Twin Docking Station with Batteries £14.99 @ Currys / PC World
XBOX One Twin Docking Station with Batteries £14.99 @ Currys / PC World

XBOX One Twin Docking Station with Batteries £14.99 @ Currys / PC World

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Seems a good deal £20+ everywhere else and you can collect or have free delivery:

Includes 2 NiMH rechargeable battery packs
Rapid recharging
Docking and storage for 2 Xbox One controllers

Great reviews on Amazon (@£22):

Most Helpful Customer Reviews
23 of 24 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant! 16 Feb 2014
By Mari-Jay Lewis-Frost
Decided to buy a charging dock as the controllers seem to drain batteries within days so I was looking for a cheaper option. It comes with around a meter long usb cable which plugs straight into the xbox and charges even when the console is turned off in power saver mode so there's no need for any plug sockets.
The controllers sit in the cradle with ease, literally just fall into place so there's no fiddling around trying to put them in. There are two indicating lights on the front of the cradle (left for the front controller and right for the back) which change from red to green when the charge is complete. It took around 4 hours for the first charge but thought I'd try putting them back on charge straight away for a couple more hours for maximum charge.
So far they've lasted some really lengthy sessions (some as long as 6 hours) and I just put them back on charge once I've finished and they're ready for the next session! It does however advise you to take the controllers off charge once they're complete to maximise battery life for future use which is a bit of a ball ache but it's easy to put them on charge when watching tele and take them off when they're finished.
Overall I'm really happy with this item and have recommended it to all of my friends and would do to anyone who owns an Xbox One.

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Original Poster

Full review here:

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Edited by: "ScoobyZ" 24th Dec 2014

Nice one mate......

£13 odd on Amazon

Sorry last post was for 360

Original Poster

campusny

£13 odd on Amazon



Heat completely stopped when you posted that!

Original Poster

Went 100 degrees then someone voted cold. These cold voters put off people listing deals.

ScoobyZ

Went 100 degrees then someone voted cold. These cold voters put off … Went 100 degrees then someone voted cold. These cold voters put off people listing deals.



At least it got there in the end :).

Original Poster

copperspock

At least it got there in the end :).



Yep must be the ps4 brigade hitting cold

Edited by: "ScoobyZ" 27th Dec 2014

campusny

Sorry last post was for 360



So why not delete or Correct your original WRONG post ?.

Very good price OP



Edited by: "shasnir" 28th Dec 2014

Got one of these a few wks ago but had to return it due to one of the packs not charging, also charge doesnt last as long as they state, but having said all that it does the job for a good price

ScoobyZ

Yep must be the ps4 brigade



I'm a PS4 owner myself, but also a brand agnostic :).

Original Poster

shasnir

So why didn't you delete your WRONG post ?.Very good price OP



Cheers I think, so with two nihm batteries and a 1m cable too. hope to have mine delivered Monday

Original Poster

copperspock

I'm a PS4 owner myself, but also a brand agnostic :).



Me too. I have a PS3 and Xbox one.
Have an iPad air and a hudl 2 (and have posted a deal on a £59.99 win tablet.)
Have an iPhone work phone and a Htc personal phone.

Edited by: "ScoobyZ" 27th Dec 2014

thanks

Is it recommended to use rechargeable specifically designed for the xbox one or am I OK using duracell rechargeables? Been using duracell rechargeable in my 360, wii and ps3 remote since 2011 and never had any problems

I've got a galaxy s4 :-p

Reserved & heat added

TY OP. Our 360 charger from Argos lasted 9 months, so just had a full refund and will now pay for this xbox one charger, many thanks, was looking for a deal on this - saved me a hunt.

dodoegg1

Is it recommended to use rechargeable specifically designed for the xbox … Is it recommended to use rechargeable specifically designed for the xbox one or am I OK using duracell rechargeables? Been using duracell rechargeable in my 360, wii and ps3 remote since 2011 and never had any problems



It looks like you don't need battery's for these the backpacks are actually rechargeable.

Hiesenbacon

It looks like you don't need battery's for these the backpacks are … It looks like you don't need battery's for these the backpacks are actually rechargeable.



But theoretically could it charge up 2 aa rechargables (3 controllers you see)?

campusny

£13 odd on Amazon



Currently £23 on Amazon so heat to OP (although out of stock at all Currys near me)

I'll give it a whirl.. heat

Had the 360 version of these for a couple of years now and are brilliant , battery's are great and recharge fast also from usb of console or sky box . Got them for my sons Xbox one and they seem just as good so far. - God send really.

now available to order online again

Cheers op reserved for collection. Heat added

Original Poster

Just got mine, really pleased with it.

Collected today quite impressed, look smart, got 2 controllers on charge that way if one runs out bang it on charge and pick up the other! Thanks OP

Does anyone know of anything similar for the PS4 at all?
Edited by: "Shane17" 29th Dec 2015

Hiesenbacon

It looks like you don't need battery's for these the backpacks are … It looks like you don't need battery's for these the backpacks are actually rechargeable.



no Im talking about can I use my own rechargeable batteries in the XboxOne controller and not have to buy this product at all?

Reserved and cheers OP

Original Poster

dodoegg1

no Im talking about can I use my own rechargeable batteries in the … no Im talking about can I use my own rechargeable batteries in the XboxOne controller and not have to buy this product at all?



You can but will have to keep taking them out to charge.

Thanks OP collected today

Anyone read any issues about over charging? Seen some people say that they can overcharge and damage the battery. What are people doing once they are fully charged? Just taking them off the stand?
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