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Wii Wireless Sensor Bar Silver - £5.73 delivered @ The Hut
Wii Wireless Sensor Bar Silver  - £5.73 delivered @ The Hut

Wii Wireless Sensor Bar Silver - £5.73 delivered @ The Hut

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For use with the Nintendo Wii games console. The Wireless Sensor Bar provides a compact and wirefree solution to enhance your gameplay. It can be positioned almost anywhere, ideally above or below your TV set, which makes it an excellent choice for wall mounted TV sets.

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£5.30 after me discount.

Thanks

£2.99 on ebay with free p&p.

Why anyone doesn't check ebay first to gauge a price i dont know :thinking:

v6dlc;6772728

Why anyone doesn't check ebay first to gauge a price i dont know … Why anyone doesn't check ebay first to gauge a price i dont know :thinking:



Because you can't post them deals on here :whistling:

philmitchell;6772871

Because you can't post them deals on here :whistling:



Dumbest post I've read in a while.

You use E-Bay as a reference. Duh!:roll:

philmitchell;6772871

Because you can't post them deals on here :whistling:



The statement is correct, but it still doesn't hurt to do a comparison. There's been several instances of 'ooh, I wouldn't mind that', then 'I'll just check on Ebay', followed closely by 'you have won the auction' and 'here is your paypal receipt '...

:-D

Oh yeah, about the sensor bar. I've got one of these taped to the bottom of my projector screen, and it works really well. It also means i can retract the screen without the wire hanging down which is why I got it.

But I've lost count of the amount of times I've left it switched on, and had to change the batteries when I get to it next!

And it's also getting a bit silly now, to play the wii I have to;

Switch the projector power on
Switch the projector on and let it warm up
Switch the sound on
Pull the screen down
Switch the sensor bar on
Switch the wii on
Switch the wiimote on
Switch the balance board on

I don't actually need a workout after that lot!

slimy31;6774499

Oh yeah, about the sensor bar. I've got one of these taped to the bottom … Oh yeah, about the sensor bar. I've got one of these taped to the bottom of my projector screen, and it works really well. It also means i can retract the screen without the wire hanging down which is why I got it.But I've lost count of the amount of times I've left it switched on, and had to change the batteries when I get to it next! And it's also getting a bit silly now, to play the wii I have to;Switch the projector power onSwitch the projector on and let it warm upSwitch the sound onPull the screen downSwitch the sensor bar onSwitch the wii onSwitch the wiimote onSwitch the balance board onI don't actually need a workout after that lot!



Just get yourself one of those Logitech Harmony remotes with macros that appears here from time to time as a deal. Job done for you with one button press.

v6dlc;6772728

£2.99 on ebay with free p&p. :pWhy anyone doesn't check ebay first to … £2.99 on ebay with free p&p. :pWhy anyone doesn't check ebay first to gauge a price i dont know :thinking:


And no warranty.

How far away from the Wii can you actually put these things as its often been a bugbear of mine the senor bar as the bluetooth controllers work quite a distance away but although the cable is long its still very visible and I already installed what I thought would be the neccessary cable to negate the 'under the TV clutter'

I'd love to think I could put my Wii in the cellar in my A/V rack below the lounge as that's where everything else is...sky box, freeview, etc, etc without having to run the cable for the sensor bar and yes I know before anyone asks I already have composite over Cat5 between the rack and my TV for the picture and I have all my original Wii games backed up onto a USB connected hard disk so no need to change game discs all the time so I really could put my Wii in the cellar :thumbsup:

kemik;6777523

How far away from the Wii can you actually put these things



As far away as you like - they don't actually connect to the Wii. They are just infra-red LED lights in a box. The "wired" one is just getting power to it, there's no connectivity back - you can acheive much the same result with two tea-light candles as with the wii sensor bar.

The Wii remote sees the lights from the bar, and senses where it is, transmitting the information back over the bluetooth connection. Thats all they do.

gary_rip;6776854

And no warranty.



Mate from ebay you get 1 year warranty.

Item number: 270414965716

mighty mugger;6781466

Mate from ebay you get 1 year warranty. Item number: 270414965716


If you say so... 2 year warranty with thehut.com

The ebay price is by far better - voted cold.

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£6.73 now ..........Does this not come included with the new wii bundle?

Bully;6840601

£6.73 now ..........Does this not come included with the new wii bundle?


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