Game Gear third-party battery packs

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The Sega Game Gear had a battery problem. It soon became apparent that six AA batteries for roughly six hours of play was an expensive and wasteful way of gaming on the go. To compensate, Sega produced the Game Gear Battery Pack and later Game Gear PowerBack, but a number of third party manufacturers took on the challenge too.

Box Name Brand Date & Price Images Documentation
PowerGrip GG Box Front.jpg Power Grip Gamester (>=1990)[1]
PowerGrip GG.jpg
GPBatteryPack GG US Box Front.jpg Battery Pack GP (>=1990)
Game Gear You Battery Adapter (ゲームギア用バッテリーアダプター) Infocom, Logic 3 (>=1990)
Turbo Charger GP Innovation (>=1990)
TurboTwins GG Box Back.jpgNospine.pngTurboTwins GG Box Front.jpg Turbo Twins Naki (>=1990)
TurboTwins GG Box Back Alt.jpgNospine.pngTurboTwins GG Box Front Alt.jpg Turbo Twins Naki (>=1990)
PowerPak GG Box Front.jpg Power Pak Performance (>=1990)
RechargableBatteryRecoton GG Box Front.jpg Rechargable Battery Pack Recoton (>=1990)
RechargableBatteryRecoton GG.jpg
Power Pak Super Cobra (>=1990)


  1. File:CVG UK 144.pdf, page 105
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Game Gear Variations Sega Game Gear (Japan | North America | Europe | Other Regions) | Wide Gear
Add-ons Action Replay | Game Genie | Master Gear Converter (Gear Master | Nuby Converter) | Stereo FM Tuner | TV Tuner
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