You'll never have to buy batteries for your Wiimotes again!
14 January 2011
Excerpt: The one thing that was always going to be an issue with wireless controllers was the power supply. If you have a wired connection, then the power can be channelled through in this way, but wireless controller inevitably involve using batteries.
Pros: Easy charging to maintain play time
Cons: Charging doesn't work quite so well any more, but I think that's more our fault than a design one
Summary: This is a great investment over buying a ga-jillion AA batteries over the years. You do have to take the jackets off the wii-motes before using it, but it's worth it. Doesn't take long to charge either.
Summary: Nyko makes great products, and this is no different. The unit is sturdy with an AC power cord, unlike other chargers that use USB. The charging is quick and the battery lasts for days! I also really enjoy the soft rubber feel of the backs of the battery covers for some reason.
Summary: This is a great way to charge 2 WiiMotes(Wii Remotes). Pros: Charge 2 WiiMotes and esaly convert you WiiMotes to rechargeable battires. Cons: Sometimes it's hard to plug the WiiMotes correctly(if there are incorrectly placed the won't charge).
Summary: I personally had a bad experience with this product. When we bought it, it worked great for a week. We found it inconvenient to keep taking off the covers every time we wanted to charge the remotes, but that was nothing we couldn't deal with.
Summary: I find the connection between the charger and the remote is weak. It does not start to charge straight away when I put the Wii controller in the "Charge Station". I always have to spend 5 minutes jiggling it into place until the blue light comes on.
Summary: This charging station works well, even if the blue charging light is just a bit bright. (I can see my way through a dark room when I turn off the television set. *chuckle*) Charging is quick, and the packs last a good long time.