Nintendo Wii Fit rechargeable pack

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Part Num: IRW-F009
EAN: 6939448399077
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1800 mAH rechargeable battery pack. Provides 4 hours of continuous exercise. Flexible source - either from Wii console, PC or USB AC adaptor.

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