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    '';aM;'' Inspire Inspire's Avatar
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    Best Buy is where I got my rechargeables - I got a 15-minute smart charger and 4 AA's for less than 4 bucks. Good deal, imo.

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    You can call me Wii-Lee! wele's Avatar
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    i haven't even lost a bar yet and i use it often

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big_Mill
    Depends how much you have been using it really and what sort of batteries the reviewer was using. I cant imagine the ones boxed in are up to much.

    My advice buy some rechargeables with a mini charger. Will cost you about $10 dollars and thats it.
    Already did lol. If anyone wants to see what it looks like take a look here.
    Energizer Sliding Charger & 4 AA Batteries - Wal-Mart

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    ive been using the batteried that it came with and between me.... my mom (she loves the system haha), my step dad (first time gamer) and my sister and my friend, neither of the controllers have lost any power.... then again i have backup batteries (like 4 dollars for a 24 pack of duracells ...

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    yeah, I have rechargable batteries waitin, but im using the stock Wiimote batteries which have lost a bar of power so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cnmsales
    I have had to change out the battery's in my wiimote only 3 days after purchasing the system. I read on one review that it has lasted them almost a month. I'm now on my second pair of battery's and its already lost one bar. Is this what I can expect or is something possibly wrong.

    What has everyone else's experiences been with the battery life?
    Do you turn off your wii everytime you are away from it? If you don't I think it just keeps draining the batteries.
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    I've played around 10 hours since Launch and i'm still full. Maybe a power defect that drains it quicker?
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    Enegizers for electronics are the best. You can get them at batteries.com Use the coupon code "ICE" for 25% off .

    best of luck

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    I came home yesterday and my 5 yr old had left it on since that morning. DOh@@@@!!!!. LOL anyway seems like nintendo would make the remote go off after say 10 min of inactivity?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cnmsales
    I came home yesterday and my 5 yr old had left it on since that morning. DOh@@@@!!!!. LOL anyway seems like nintendo would make the remote go off after say 10 min of inactivity?
    I'm pretty sure it does have a timeout feature...
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