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NDSi Battery Pack


NDSi  Battery Pack

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$14.99
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3.7V 1000mAh Rechargeable Battery. Rechargeable Battery for NDSi

Play over 24 hours on one charge. It charges in 4-5 hours time.

Compatible with NDSi
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