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Wii batteries, and FYI if you are poor or cheap

Posted by albert_135 (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 1, 09 at 14:58

We've discovered that after the Wii stops because the wand needs battery replacement the old batteries from the Wii will still work for several days in a Logitech cordless optical mouse.


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RE: Wii batteries, and FYI if you are poor or cheap

better yet, if you are poor or cheap get rid of the Wii and the computer until you are not poor or cheap. neither item is a necessary thing.


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RE: Wii batteries, and FYI if you are poor or cheap

oohhh ... several days... ooohh....


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davidandkasie, I never said I had a Wii. I get the batteries from the neighbors kid.

regus_patoff, at an average of ten days per pair of used Wii batteries, I now have a years supply at no cost.

Geeze.


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RE: Wii batteries, and FYI if you are poor or cheap

Well I guess I'm no kid... What is a Wii ?


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RE: Wii batteries, and FYI if you are poor or cheap

>Well I guess I'm no kid... What is a Wii ?<

It's what the little piggy did all the way home...Wii, Wii Wii

Seriously though you are never too old for a Wii. We have gotten great use from the WiiFit program...get one you will love it.

Here is a link that might be useful: What is Wii


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RE: Wii batteries, and FYI if you are poor or cheap

My supply of WII batteries the kid gave me just ran out. I estimated a year supply and they lasted 16 months. Authorities took the kid away so I will have to buy some new batteries for my mouse.


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