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Xbox 360 Black Play and Charge Kit
Xbox 360 Black Play and Charge Kit
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Match the sleek black design of your Xbox 360 Elite console and recharge your Xbox 360 Wireless Controller while you play so you can kiss disposable batteries goodbye! Now available in black and complete with a charging cable and rechargeable battery pack, the Xbox 360 Play and Charge Kit is all you need to juice up your Xbox 360 Wireless Controller—even in the midst of battle.
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||$1.67 ( 8%)
|Product Length:||7.0 inches|
|Product Width:||5.25 inches|
|Product Height:||2.0 inches|
|Product Weight:||1.0 pounds|
|Package Length:||7.2 inches|
|Package Width:||4.7 inches|
|Package Height:||1.7 inches|
|Package Weight:||0.3 pounds|
|Release Date:||April 17, 2007|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 524 reviews|
Enables continuous gameplay
More than 30 hours of play per charge
Battery fuel gauge through the Xbox 360TM dashboard
Includes NiMH rechargeable battery pack
|Average Customer Review: ( 524 customer reviews )
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164 of 173 found the following review helpful:
Great unit, Great Price Apr 20, 2008
By Sick Daddy
This is a must have with your 360 and a controller. And in black to match your Elite controllers.
You can plug it in via USB to your Xbox 360 and charge the included battery pack while you play your game.
You can also remove your battery pack, and plug the cable directly to your 360 for wired gaming (so your controller won't shut off while you are in the middle of that hired driver Forza race.
This charges via any USB port on your 360, your computer, your cable box, or your dog (if he has included USB hub).
I recommend buying one of these, then buying the Quick Charge Kit. Then you'll have 2 battery packs, the quick charge dock, and a USB charge cable.
72 of 82 found the following review helpful:
Very handy... For a few months Jun 02, 2009
By ErikPeter H. Walker
I enjoy the ease of use, it is convenient to just plug it in to recharge the batteries.
Unfortunately two out of three of my battery packs died within 6 months of purchase, which means they are only usable while plugged in. As such, I have returned to using rechargeable Energizer batteries, which are cheaper and more reliable (as long as you keep a few extra pairs on hand in case you run out of juice mid-game).
If you're a gambler, you might as well pick up at least one Play & Charge kit for the sake of convenience, but keep in mind that it costs as much as four AA rechargeable batteries and a charger.
12 of 12 found the following review helpful:
Broke within 6 months Jan 03, 2012
Not sure if this is a common occurrence but mine broke within 6 months of use. I can still play with the controller while plugged in but it no longer charges the battery.
31 of 38 found the following review helpful:
priced reasonably, flawless, black Sep 09, 2007
By Marcus Roof
works. the battery lasts forever. charger recharges. price is right. half the price of the quick charge kit, only a few dollars more than 1 battery. includes a battery and allows you to play in case the battery runs dead.
8 of 8 found the following review helpful:
Beware: Some play and charge kits have problems actually charging the batteries Jun 28, 2008
I bought my play and charge kit when I first bought the system. It worked wonderfully the first few times. You plug it in when you are playing and it will slowly charge the battery. However, after not playing for awhile, when I went to charge up the battery it wouldn't charge anymore. The controller was definitely connected to the 360 as I could play the games while connected.
However, the battery light indicator on the controller would glow red, to indicate it was charging, for about five minutes. Then it would turn green to signify that it charged the battery completely. I thought that perhaps it was charging, despite the light not being red, but that was not so.
I kept it plugged to the 360 while playing for a couple of hours, and then tried playing wirelessly. 5 minutes later, the controller died.
Ultimately, I think it is more of a problem with the batteries than the cord itself. I bought an extra battery to go with my white controller and it suffered the same problems.
I seem to be one of the few that have had this problem, and they are not too expensive, but be warned that this problem does occur.
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