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Nintendo Wii Wireless Sensor Bar - £3.99 delivered at Sainsbury's
Nintendo Wii Wireless Sensor Bar - £3.99 delivered at Sainsbury's

Nintendo Wii Wireless Sensor Bar - £3.99 delivered at Sainsbury's

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Fab price, great gadget! No more wires.
Nyko Wireless sensor bar for Wii.

Ranges from £11 - £20+ elsewhere online



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Very unreliable company, nearly every deal of theirs that has been posted on this website they haven't had the stock to fill.

Would recommend looking elsewhere for this title. Check their merchant page for more info.

- Eldini

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cheaper in ebay starts from £2.99 with free shipping

Great deal. Thanx.

Cheers for this!

Two candles are cheaper!.....and hotter?

far-queue

Two candles are cheaper!.....and hotter?



not everyone wants two burning lumps of wax on or under their tv, of course

i've seen these as cheap as $0.99 from places like dealextreme, etc, but if you're desperate for a 'known brand' one this is bound to be cheaper than Game, etc i imagine.

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I don't really care about the price (only joking!), as I didn't even know such a thing existed, so ta very much for posting. X)

far-queue

Two candles are cheaper!.....and hotter?



and a nice house fire

bargain

ive tried quite a few of these wii wireless sensor bars and they vary in quality alot...by far the best ive used is the nyko one

i use this one which is similar to the one in this thread...paid £6.99 for mine

amazon.co.uk/Nyk…-43

Edited by: "royals" 8th Dec 2010

Im sure asda does for £5 or two for £7 instore at Dewsbury.

Repositioning my TV elsewhere in my living room so this is a good deal from a trusted store. Heeeat.

Holdsworth

I don't really care about the price (only joking!), as I didn't even know … I don't really care about the price (only joking!), as I didn't even know such a thing existed, so ta very much for posting. X)



theyre just battery powered LEDs - there's no fancy tech in a sensor bar (which is actually a misleading name, as it's the remote that does the actual 'sensing') - all the wire does is provide a tiny amount of power.

didnt kno these existed! ordered one cuz am always catching the wire on my wired one =]

thanks,nice find



Normal price £20 all other ones on ebay are cheap copys ....


Edited by: "cruisecars" 8th Dec 2010

sakreg

cheaper in ebay starts from £2.99 with free shipping



Not the same make cheaper copys !

KASOOR66

Im sure asda does for £5 or two for £7 instore at Dewsbury.



why would you want two of these? and surely you are just telling us its more expensive to buy from asda?

How do these power, is there a battery inside them? If so, does it last for ages, or need changed quite often? Thanks!

Why would anyone who hasn't broken their sensor bar want/need one of these?

it uses 4 AA batteries and this device eat batteries like anything...rechargeables batteries are must buy with this.

wesker115

Why would anyone who hasn't broken their sensor bar want/need one of … Why would anyone who hasn't broken their sensor bar want/need one of these?



Because they moved house and now have the TV wall mounted too far from the Wii. Also raggled all the wiring into the wall (not including the sensor bar obviously) so don't want trailing cables even if it did reach.

Thats why I have one anyway.

I got a £6 odd one from Amazon. Use rechargeables in it. Works perfectly. It's just two battery powered LED's .... not exactly a lot to it! You just need to remember to switch it off when you switch the Wii off!

poundland do these too

loupomm

poundland do these too


Wireless ones? Im sure they dont...

I have my Wii setup in the cellar in my AV rack going through my Onkyo amp into two different rooms and have one of these wireless bars in each room meaning the Wii can be played on in either room. Result! :-)

tomwenn

Wireless ones? Im sure they dont...

"Wireless" ones are probably cheaper than "wired" ones! As has already been explained, these have no communication with the Wii console. They are simply a pair of infra-red lights (a fraction of a penny each) for the WiiMote to look at, plus a few bits of plastic and metal. Don't get them confused with something that has to communicate wirelessly as opposed to using wires.

1duck

why would you want two of these? and surely you are just telling us its … why would you want two of these? and surely you are just telling us its more expensive to buy from asda?:|



Nah. Its cheaper as they do other accesories and you can mix and match.

Saw these at poundlands ages ago but havnr seen them in a while.

Not official

ljbutchik07

Not official



In the case of the sensor bar, whether or not it's official doesn't make a lot of difference.

As has already been said a few times ....

It doesn't actually do anything or communicate with the Wii or Wiimotes in any way, shape or form. All it does is provide two points of light that a pickup in the Wiimote uses as points of reference.

So as long as it lights up, who makes it is pretty much irrelevant.

tomwenn

Wireless ones? Im sure they dont...



yes they do....

This will do the job for the Dolphin emu on PC

Going to mod it for USB power!
Edited by: "Vegeta" 8th Dec 2010

sancheez

In the case of the sensor bar, whether or not it's official doesn't make … In the case of the sensor bar, whether or not it's official doesn't make a lot of difference.As has already been said a few times ...It doesn't actually do anything or communicate with the Wii or Wiimotes in any way, shape or form. All it does is provide two points of light that a pickup in the Wiimote uses as points of reference.So as long as it lights up, who makes it is pretty much irrelevant.



Well in this case £1 from poundland would do much cheaper than this one that's my point why pay more for non official item if u can get it cheaper

Edited by: "ljbutchik07" 8th Dec 2010
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