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4Gamers Wii Remote Charging Stand

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  Cheap, stylish but not reliable

| | See all Hannibal18's reviews (7)

For only £10 this is a bargain. I've had one problem with it. One of the recharging socket only works temprementaly. If you're thinking of buying a recharging stand for the Wii then look no further.

  No Problems - money saver

| | See all Customer2008's reviews (63)

Have waited three months before I wrote this review. I thought three months would be enough time to see if any damage would be done to the remote's like some other reviewers have stated.

I have had no problems and this has saved me loads in battery's.

The neon lights make the stand look very cool - this can be turned of if needed.

  Does what it says on the box

| | See all thesunman's reviews (13)

Good quality product, works fine so far, easy to set up, looks nice. Neon lights are a bit pointless. But all I really wanted it for was for charging the wii remotes, and thats exactly what it does.

  Value for money

| | See all Rich1600's reviews (1)

I bought this about five months ago, it has worked efficiently for the whole duration. You do have to remove the jackets from the bottom of the remote to charge, but there is no need to take the strap off as it can be fed up behind the remote. Charging will take place when the Wii is turned into standby mode. All in all a good buy for £10.

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  Good at first, but cheap thing usually don't last

| | See all Apebein's reviews (1)

I bought this item because i have four remotes, and to save some money not using batteries on all of them. This item was great at first, but a few months later the thing won't charge my remotes. So now I have thrown this away, and I'm using the old one. My tip is to stay with the original Nintendo stuff!

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  No use at all

| | See all Vizitor's reviews (1)

Apart from having to take the silicon covers off, you also need to remove the strap everytime !

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  good

| | See all pricey1989's reviews (19)

This product came and fort it was goin to feel cheap for the price, but surprizingly it feels good quality for the price also looks quite cool wen lit up not as cheesey as i fort it was goin to look!! Worth buying recommended!!

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  good

| | See all Pricey1509's reviews (19)

This product came and fort it was goin to feel cheap for the price, but surprizingly it feels good quality for the price also looks quite cool wen lit up not as cheesey as i fort it was goin to look!! Worth buying recommended!!

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  Dont bother with this!

| | See all pantzman's reviews (2)

I thought this would save me money in the long run - seriously - dont bother with this. Invest in some good rechargable batteries instead. You are paying for a glorified charger, no batteries come with it. Mine has stopped charging and ive only used it a few times.

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  Good for a year

| | See all ViviIX's reviews (5)

I bought this around a year ago, and it's worked fine. The light on/off is controlled by a button, and the charges seem to have worked fine. It comes with two rechargeable Wiimote backs, which replace your current backs but look identical (apart from two metal squares needed for it to charge near the bottom). The NiMH AAA batteries (x2 for one Wiimote) can be bought as a 4 pack for £10 on Play.com also. There is also a switch at the back which allows you to change the charging from Wiimotes to the AA charging bay - an area where you can fit two rechargeable AA batteries into the stand. Also, a red light shows when the remote is charging, and flashes when it's ready to use.

The only problems I've had have been recently, where one of the remote backs won't charge anymore with the slots. This means I'll probably have to buy a new charger set for my Wii, but for £10 lasting a year, it's worth it. Even if not used to charge, it still works as a perfectly good stand, with LED's still working, and can still charge AA batteries despite one of the slots no longer working.