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Does anyone know exactly what this is? Wii Wireless Nunchuck adapter

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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
http://www.amazon.co.uk/FreeBird-Wireless-Nunchuk-Adaptor-Wii/dp/B0016Z8G22/ref=sr_1_8?ie=UTF8&s=videogames&qid=1213453930&sr=8-8

It seems quite cheap so I guess it's not actually a wireless nunchuck, is it a recharge station for a wireless nunchuck? Would I need to buy a wireless nunchuck to go with this?

Thanks!
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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
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#2
You put your nunchuck onto that, then connect the dongle to your wiimote
#3
So you actually wave that massive thing around whilst playing???
#4
yea on the page theres 6 more piccies if u hover on them kinda explains it
#6
have you already got a nunchuck?
#7
DIVA1977
yea on the page theres 6 more piccies if u hover on them kinda explains it


Didn't realise you're meant to hold that thing and play with it, looks like it should be stuck on the desk.
#8
ctuk
have you already got a nunchuck?


yes and no!

It's for a friend, would rather just supply them with a wireless nunchuck on it's own rather than a nunchuck and adapter. They are on Amazon for £18 but with a two week delay. Need a wireless nunchuck before that!
#9
http://www.logic3.com/details/?prod=379

There's a link to a PDF at the bottom of the page that explains more
#10
barneydog
http://www.logic3.com/details/?prod=379

There's a link to a PDF at the bottom of the page that explains more


Thanks, I'm not going to get that one, it's embarressingly big. It would cost more anyway as I'd have to supply both wired and wireless.

Could be good for when the batteries run out though, you could still use wired as an emergency.
#11
As the "Dragons" would say, It is a solution to a problem that doesn't exist. :)
#12
thesaint;2311639
As the "Dragons" would say, It is a solution to a problem that doesn't exist. :)


True :thumbsup:
#13
They have wireless nunchuks in stock for £25 in tesco online and i know they quite a few discount codes kicking about this site also this is availiable now on amzon http://www.amazon.co.uk/Nyco-Nyko-Wireless-Nunchuck-Wii/dp/B0016KI58C/ref=pd_rhf_f_t_cs_3
#14
DIVA1977
They have wireless nunchuks in stock for £25 in tesco online and i know they quite a few discount codes kicking about this site also this is availiable now on amzon http://www.amazon.co.uk/Nyco-Nyko-Wireless-Nunchuck-Wii/dp/B0016KI58C/ref=pd_rhf_f_t_cs_3


That's the one I've gone with, thanks!

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