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Wii Induction Charger Bundle for Nintendo Wii

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Wii Induction Charger Bundle for Nintendo Wii

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Product description

The Wii Induction Charger lets you conveniently charge your Wii Remotes by simply setting them on the charge pad. It features LED charge indicators and is capable of charging two Wii Remotes at once. Product Features * Includes two rechargeable Induction Batteries, an Induction Charging Pad and a UL-approved AC adapter * Easily charge Wii Remotes by setting them on the charge pad * Compatible with Wii Motion Plus (not included) * Provides full charge capability even with silicon gloves (not included)

Wii Induction Charger Bundle for Nintendo Wii

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