(OH yes its bold in caps and in MASSIVE LETTERS)
Them rechage stations that you can get cheap may cost you most then a set of batteres -
Pic of the item with the falut
From the offical site -
http://www.computerandvideogames.com....php?id=178468WARNING - Rechargeable batteries left unattended in the recharge unit for an extended period of time may cause the batteries and/or unit to overheat. If the Wii (TM) remote doesn't charge properly or begins to heat up, please stop the charge process and contact our customer service line to prevent further damage. If you feel that your batteries are heating up, please do not use those batteries any more. We are happy to help you and replace your product:
Wii owners who have opted for a third party recharge station could be putting their Wii Remotes at risk, it's emerged.
Offending hardware Psyclone Wii Recharge Station apparently fails to stop charging the Wii Remote once the battery is full.
This predictably causes Remotes to overheat and melt. In extreme cases, this has left noticeable scorch marks inside the Wii Remote, rendering it useless.
A warning on the Psyclone website advices users to not leave batteries in the recharge unit for an extended amount of time, although how long 'an extended amount of time' actually lasts is not made clear. Nintendo hasn't announced a rechargeable system for the Wii Remotes, but given that 29 out of 31 reviews on Amazon give the Psyclone Wii Recharge Station only one star, sticking to disposable batteries (or rechargeable) until an official device is released doesn't sound like such a bad idea.