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    Check your Wii-mote battery life with out turning on your Wii

    I recently noticed while playing around with my two Wii-motes that if you press any button on the Wii-mote (excluding the power button) while the Wii is off the blue player lights will light up from 1-4 lights depending on how much battery power is left. I didn't know if anyone else had noticed this yet, but I figured someone might find it useful.

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    I noticed one of my remotes had more lights than the other when I did that. Makes sense. Anyone notice their #2 remote NEVER goes ot sleep with the Wii turned on?

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    wiimotes are a total batery drainer ive had mine for about a week and ive used 3 pairs, and i dont even have any games besides wii sports.


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    Rechargeable battery's FTW, they only cost around 50 bucks and you get your moneys worth plus more after the first month, well... if your use to using shitty battery's you do.

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    Yah i have gone through two pairs in a week or so I wish they're was a definate on and off switch I hate it when i go to move the wiimote and accidently hit a button and i have to wait for it to turn off oh well I am hoping they make a charger for the batteries using the USB ports on the back of the wii
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    I'm sorry but that Duracell battery charger sucks.

    Sam's Club - Energizer NiMH/NiCD Rechargeable Battery Charger

    You can charge batteries in 15 minutes rather than 6-10 hours like that duracell. I rather be playing my wii more than waiting for a charger.

    If you don't have a sams club, don't worry Walmart has this as well. I believe I saw it at Best buy once as well.

    @ Sstew13

    Unless they can make it charge as fast as the one I listed, don't waste your money.
    Last edited by xbandaidx; 12-04-2006 at 01:46 PM.

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    ya sounds good I might go with that thx
    I own :Wii. 2 wiimotes and 2 nunchucks
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    15 mins?? How fast does the Wiimote chew through the default batteries?!
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    If your friends don't have their own Wii, what kind of friends are they?
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    it chewed through my batteries in a week

    But I played it for at least 6-7 hours a day? so ..who knows how long it depends on how much you use it
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