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BEST Wiimote Batteries to Get

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Hardware' started by GangstaMack, Dec 30, 2006.

  1. GangstaMack

    GangstaMack WiiChat Member

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    im looking into investing in a good set of batteries and a charger so that i wont have to be bothered with changing the wii's batteries so much. i was just wondering what the best kid of batteries to get are (i know nothing about them). I know of the Ni Mh ones and umm the Lithium ion(iunno if thats just a word i made up but i think its a kind). I just wanna kno what are the longest lasting ones


    thx
     
  2. V@A

    V@A Wiirdoooo

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    Energizer 2500mAh NiMH (rechargeable)
     
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  3. King Wiired

    King Wiired HITLER ME JEZ

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    Nothing beats a bit of Duracell AA :) thats what I use, if I played non-stop for like 5 days they'd probably still be going :)
     
  4. stainy

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    2700mah whatevertheyare make!
     
  5. Wii_would_like_to_play

    Wii_would_like_to_play Got Wii December 24th.

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    Haven't you seen those commercials withe the firemen, ambulance drivers, and all those people who make the world go round?? And how inside their lifesaving devices, like a portable heart defribulator, THE ONLY BATTERY THEY TRUST IS A DURACELL
     
  6. Xanthan

    Xanthan Hardcore Gamer

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    I use Rayovac, they are only 2000mAh NiMH... but they full charge in 15min.
     
  7. PtonJalken

    PtonJalken Ptowwnaagee!

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    haha that was ironically funny.
     
  8. Xanthan

    Xanthan Hardcore Gamer

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    Put a solar-cell around the handle and play outside! :p
     
  9. PtonJalken

    PtonJalken Ptowwnaagee!

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    i usually just use whatever is at my house :p
     
  10. iamalexchung

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    Kirkland batteries: get your bang for your buck.
     
  11. GangstaMack

    GangstaMack WiiChat Member

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    i just went out and bought some panasonic Ni-Mh batteries...i woulda prefered energizer but the guy at futureshop suggested these (he has a wii and knows about how much batteries they go through)
     
  12. Wii_would_like_to_play

    Wii_would_like_to_play Got Wii December 24th.

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    WORD
     
  13. Inspire

    Inspire '';aM;'' Inspire

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    You're not going to find Lithium-Ion AA batteries simply because the chemical makeup of Li-Io cells gives them a much different voltage rating than 1.5v; You're best bet is Ni-MH, which has a lot of charging cycles (as opposed to Ni-Cd).
     
  14. klepto

    klepto yii

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    ive got some duracell 2650 nimh's. mofos last forever.
     
  15. ganton

    ganton sleeps with the fishes

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    recharibles when ur not using em charge em there x3 as much and ya need a 15 dollar charger but there worth i have some that i use for every thing (
     
  16. Clon3

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    I use the new Panasonic R2 rechargeables. To my surpirse they are really good. Charging them only takes like 2-3 hours and I've played 38 hours with rumble on and still at 2 bars. Haven't even used the other 2 batteries yet.
     
  17. mothershipconnection

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    1) Don't buy really cheap pieces of junk.
    2) Go with at least 2000 Mah NiMh
    3) If you don't think you'll keep up on recharging, or won't have extras ready to go, get the 15 minute charge variety.
     
  18. whatthefreak

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    I do the same thing.
     
  19. Evil Wario

    Evil Wario Pre-Xmas Wii owner '06

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    cannon Nintendo FanBoy

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    Im guessing you guys dont pay much attention to the warnings nintendo put out.They said dont use Ni-MH rechargables as it can permenently wreck your wiimote.
     

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