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Here we have the two controllers docked and charging next to each other. A blue LED light turns green once charging is completed.

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We really like the new rubberized rear back to the Kama Nunchuk, as it feels much more solid than the original Kama Wireless.

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The Kama Charge kit comes with one rubber gripped battery door for use with any original Nintendo controller.

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Also included is a rechargeable battery pack for a Wii remote.

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The unique charging cradle is molded for the new Kama Nunchuk and one Wii remote.

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The Kama rechargeable battery's unique shape fits snuggly behind the rubber gripped battery door.

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