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Xbox One Venom Twin Rechargeable Battery Packs Red £6.99 delivered @ Simply Games
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Xbox One Venom Twin Rechargeable Battery Packs Red £6.99 delivered @ Simply Games

£6.99£9.9930%Simply Games Deals
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Posted 15th Feb
Play your Xbox One whilst charging

Long 2 metre USB charge cable with a 1 metre split2.5 hour charge = 18 hours of gameplayLED charge indicator

Exploit your gaming potential; play and charge your Xbox One at the same time. Venom's Twin Rechargeable Battery Pack charges two battery packs from just one USB cable meaning that frustrating mid-game power loss is a thing of the past.

Fully compatible with Xbox One X and Xbox One Elite Controller.

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2 metre dual charging cable with 1 metre split; 2 x 700mAh Rechargable Battery Packs
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Although I have Venom battery packs myself I really wouldn't recommend them. They hold next to nothing in a charge, even though they take a good 4-6 hours to charge. The little green LCD on the pack itself is possibly the most annoying thing, when the pack is charge the green LCD flashes constantly and it's bright...so SO bright and then when it's (eventually) fully charged the little flashing LCD stops flashing and becomes the world's most annoying night light.
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Edited by: "Ken_Gibson-Quigley" 15th Feb
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Although I have Venom battery packs myself I really wouldn't recommend them. They hold next to nothing in a charge, even though they take a good 4-6 hours to charge. The little green LCD on the pack itself is possibly the most annoying thing, when the pack is charge the green LCD flashes constantly and it's bright...so SO bright and then when it's (eventually) fully charged the little flashing LCD stops flashing and becomes the world's most annoying night light.
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Edited by: "Ken_Gibson-Quigley" 15th Feb
Agreed the light is bright, but I find the batteries to last ages
I've used a Venom pack for years but recently changed to Surepp rechargeable AA batteries & wish I'd changed sooner. The green light is super bright but the capacity is the biggest issue; the Venom pack is 700mAH and my AA batteries are a combined 5700mAH so are lasting far far longer between charges.
cja167 m ago

I've used a Venom pack for years but recently changed to Surepp …I've used a Venom pack for years but recently changed to Surepp rechargeable AA batteries & wish I'd changed sooner. The green light is super bright but the capacity is the biggest issue; the Venom pack is 700mAH and my AA batteries are a combined 5700mAH so are lasting far far longer between charges.


Where did you get your Surepp AA's from?
cja1614 m ago

Amazonamazon.co.uk/dp/B07F2XXB7Z?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_shareI paid £13.99 for …Amazonamazon.co.uk/dp/B07F2XXB7Z?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_shareI paid £13.99 for 8x AA & 8x AAA on 9 January but they've gone up unfortunately.


Ah ok. Thank you anyway.
I use these and find that they last ages. Paid £6.88 at the time of purchase. Not sure exactly how many hours run time I get out of these but it feels like a heck of a lot, and a heck of a lot more than the previous third party "play and charge" batteries that I used to use anyway.

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Would have got the "Surepp" ones had I known about them!
Ken_Gibson-Quigley1 h, 39 m ago

Although I have Venom battery packs myself I really wouldn't recommend …Although I have Venom battery packs myself I really wouldn't recommend them. They hold next to nothing in a charge, even though they take a good 4-6 hours to charge. The little green LCD on the pack itself is possibly the most annoying thing, when the pack is charge the green LCD flashes constantly and it's bright...so SO bright and then when it's (eventually) fully charged the little flashing LCD stops flashing and becomes the world's most annoying night light.[Image]


I ended up shoving blue tack over the light haha! Now I don’t even use them. If you plan on playing with your headset in these things last about 2 hours. Without headset ur looking at about 5 hours. Both are crap times if gaming is your passion. I have changed to Duracell rechargeables get about 10 hours with headset in. Cost a tenna for 4 from Argos
Edited by: "Xch5733" 15th Feb
Venom Packs Are Fantastic!
Can't argue with £7. Paid a tenner ages ago and still decent.
I've had a few sets of these from Argos good battery life but the charging port gets ruined with constant charging. Worth the money though
Not for me, thanks. Ruined my day one edition pad when the battery melted while plugged in. Just thankful it was on a glass tv unit and not the carpet. Be warned. You get what you pay for.(skeptical)
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