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    Rechargeable Batteries?

    Will this ruin a Wii-Mote? I just started using it and i was just wondering... Oh yea its the Duracell brand. =)

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    I've been using recharables for my wii remote and nothing gone wrong. I think its safe to use rechargeables.

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    I have been using rechargeable AA from the start (december) and no problems. Actually I get longer play time as I use the High/low output energizer rechargeables meant for digital cameras.
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    Yeah rechargable bats are fine! They are jsut exepnsive if you get the high capacity ones!
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    According to Nintendo's Official Website they must be NiMH (Nickel Metal Hydride). So I would check to make sure they are NiMH before you use them.

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    Rechargeables are definitely the way to go. I've been using them all-along.

    What sucks is peeling back the silicone skin far enough to change them when they need it. Not the easiest thing in the world...
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    Is better than using the chargers! You have to take the straps off for them and can't use the skins! Didn't really think that one thru did they!!!
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    Yeah rechargeable batteries are fine, but I just use normal ones.
    The ones I have in now have lasted me quite a bit, but I guess it depends on the user.

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    it is either rechargable batteries or go to the 99p store aby buy 32 for 99p! they last for about 12-15 hours of gameplay! ...SORTED!
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    I use "normal" rechargeable batteries and have since the included batteries died. At first they'll run and run and then all of a sudden be dead. Now that they've gone through a few cycles they are a bit closer to alkaline batteries in the way they discharge. What I typically see is I'll loose the first bar of battery life quickly and then it'll hang out at 3 bars for a long time, then all of a sudden I'll have just 1 bar and it'll last a few more hours at most before they need to be recharged. Get a good name brand quick charger and you'll be happy. (I have energizer 2500mah)

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