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Do you leave the the wii remotes on the chargers at all time or do you take them off once they are fully charge

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Hi there, the Wii remote charger stand has a smart charging system which means that once the batteries reach full charge capacity the charger will stop charging them. You will cause no harm by leaving the Wii remotes on the charger all the time.

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