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- Charge 2 Wii remotes simultaneously
- Includes 2 rechargeable NiMH battery packs
- LED Charge Indicator lights
- Dual port rapid recharging dock
- 6 foot power cable
- Easily store 2 Wii remotes in any home theater with the small and stylish charging dock
- Dual injected rubberized and textured battery covers provide a safe and comfortable grip
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Top Customer Reviews
I don't use skins on my Wiimotes (just looks like a hindrance to me), so that hasn't been an issue, although I imagine it would be for any charger/cradle, not just this one. The rubberized battery doors required to use this kit really do improve the overall feel of the Wiimote.
I don't know if battery life matches regular alkalines, but that's because I just put the controllers back in the cradle when I'm not using them, and they always stay charged! I haven't had the indicator on the screen get below the full 4 bars while I've been playing so far.
Also, I prefer the wall plug setup used by this as opposed to some other models that plug into the USB port on the Wii. Those models can only charge one controller and take longer because of the power limits of USB. The wall plug also allows you to keep your charger somewhere else in the room if you like.
This is a definite purchase for a Wii Owner:
Included in the package is:
2 Rechargeable Battery Packs
2 Rubberized Battery Covers (Necessary to use)
After unpacking the unit....you see that the rechargeable battery pack slides inthe the Wii Remotes battery compartment with a snap and has a protruding part with the 4 metal contacts for the charging station.....this is why the use of the rubberized battery compartment covers is mandatory as the covers have the hole for access to the battery contacts.
Placing the controllers with everything installed into the charger initially worried me as I wasn't sure if I had to remove the Wrist Straps.
Thankfully...you do not have to....there are small grooves on the left and right of the stand for you to lay the Wrist strab connection through.
Charging of the 2 remotes from install took approximately 3-4 hours.....and everything works like a charm and it looks great.
If you have a Wii....buy it....[...] with batteries....not too bad :)
- The placement of the wiimotes in the cradle (as you have read) is finicky. You have to take the back off if you use the Wii Zapper (and probably anything else that the wiimote fits into).
- There's a better solution to the wiimote rechargeable problem. "They" (you know, them) sell rechargeable "AA's" that can charge in 15 minutes and last almost as long as an alkaline "AA" between charges. You can get four plus a quick charger for around the same price as the Wii Charge Station, less if you shop around.
- I picked one of these up in October - I saw a Wii at a local store and jumped on it - I figured I would need some rechargeable batteries since I heard the wiimotes sucked down "AA's" like a Bugatti Veyron sucks down hi-test at full speed (they do). I think I paid $29 for it. It's a good idea, just poorly executed. Get the quick chargers and look for the 2200 or 2500 mAh cells plus a charger for less money. And don't even talk to me about buying replacement cells for $8 (plus) each when you can get replacement rechargeable "AA's" at $9 for four... And, you can buy more rechargeable "AA's" if, for example, you bought that RC "Spy Car" for Christmas which takes a total of 12, yes 12, "AA's" and chews them up almost as fast as a wiimote. 15 minutes a week or a headache every time you use it, your choice.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought two of these to replace a 7 year old 4 model unit and am so glad I did! All 4 remotes were up and running with full charge the next morning. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Bradley S. Blumberg
It worked great for 7 months but now is just stopped charging the remotes. Frustrating. There's no reason it shouldn't work still.Published 9 days ago by Tara Long
We have had this for several years and it still works great. All the batteries still work and they last forever! I only have to charge them once a month or so. Read morePublished 10 days ago by threehandsomeboys
I bought this to accompany the Wii systems we have both in the living room and in my home gym. The charging stations work just fine, (when we remember to put them in their... Read morePublished 23 days ago by NW Granny
Same unit as was originally used with our Wii. Easy to install the new batteries and cut down on using disposables.Published 1 month ago by RHadley
Would give it a zero if I could. One battery does not charge ( even when I try to charge it on my other charging station that came with my Wii) and one side of the charging... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jazmine