Genuine Wii Remote Wireless Controller (White) - £17.52 @ DealExtreme - HotUKDeals
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- Genuine Nintendo product

Looks like a very good price for a genuine Nintendo controller (assuming that it is!), if you're prepared to wait 2 weeks for it to arrive from China.

I searched around on here (in the DX section), and couldn't find this already submitted.

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#1
Its not real i ordered 2 but they are just as good
#2
£18.99 from a PlayTrader

Seller: buyfast
Rating: New PlayTrader
Delivery: UK | 3-4 days
Comments: New, but unboxed to save on postage! Ths is a jap import but works fine with all Wii's. Shipped fast from a trusted UK seller. Please feel free to ask any questions


Anything I buy from DealExtreme now takes at least 3 weeks to arrive
#3
Geemac
£18.99 from a PlayTrader


Anything I buy from DealExtreme now takes at least 3 weeks to arrive


Was beginning to think I was just unlucky... still waiting nearly 3 weeks on :x (also order from Focalprice)
#4
I saw GameStation selling a second hand not in the greatest condition one of these yesterday instore for £24.99! Total rip off
#5
foonmace
Its not real i ordered 2 but they are just as good

you know it's not real because you've ordered same product before??
#6
Won't be real from DX.

Cheap prices but that's because items are cheaply made reproductions.

Can sometimes strike it lucky with them but their returns process is non-existant so don't buy unless it's throw-away money because that's likely to be the outcome.
#7
If it says genuine on dealextreme, it will be exactly that.

They sell both genuine and 3rd party, and have done for at least two years.
#8
cuzzy
Was beginning to think I was just unlucky... still waiting nearly 3 weeks on :x (also order from Focalprice)


dcx_badass
I've still been getting my orders quickly and have had no problems with them replacing faulty items in the past.


Yes it used to be 10 days @ the most. Same here no problems with them replacing faulty items
#9
Product (warranty disclaimer): this module does not come with any warranties from its manufacturer.:whistling:
#10
I bought one of these from Dealextreme took awhile to come. Looks nearly the same as an original Wii remote. Also you cant really tell the the difference as they work aswell as originals.
#11
I've bought stuff from Dealextreme before, but only under abour £20 worth at a time.

If I were to spend about £55 on some Wii controllers, would I get charged by customs? :?
#12
I just got my controller, waste of money, it doesnt keep the sync once you start a game..

I'll have to buy a original controller now.. bummer.
banned#13
WeeWifie
you know it's not real because you've ordered same product before??


nothing branded is legal in china, they make all and most stuff for major business's around the world but for EXPORT only making it impossible for them to sell this there to us guys....

they are on legal license to export only..

:thumbsup:

I know alot more about it than that but I dont want to bore you. hehe
banned#14
dcx_badass
I've still been getting my orders quickly and have had no problems with them replacing faulty items in the past.


u must pay more return postage than the item is worth or more than you paid in the first instance.

:oops:
banned#15
Geemac
Product (warranty disclaimer): this module does not come with any warranties from its manufacturer.:whistling:


Exactly..... its a fake.. otherwise u would have 12 month RTB warranty
#16
Lol, 2 Month old deal...
#17
I bought one for my daughter and although there is a Nintendo branding on it, I'm informed that it's "rubbish" and I must only buy "proper" Wii stuff.

That put me in my place then!:p

EDIT:

I've done a little working out here and I think that these are pretty much OK. My daughter proclaimed they were "rubbish" 'cos she put in batteries and couldn't get it to work. Just before I chucked them in the bin, I did a quick interwebby search and found out that you need to "sync" the units. I followed the easy instructions and Bob's your mother's brother.

The units now work and my daughter thinks that dad isn't quite fool as he was last week!

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