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A4T Wireless Wii Sensor Bar (Wii)

A4T Wireless Wii Sensor Bar (Wii)
alaScore 58

11 reviews

Dec, 2018

  • Negative

We have collected and analyzed 11 user reviews from international sources. Users rate it 45/100. The average review date is Feb 22, 2007. We have compared these reviews to 51958 reviews from other Nintendo Wii Games. The alaScore™ for this product is 58/100 = Good. Last update: Dec 10, 2018.

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The batteries........


Great play with any game at first surprised there was n wires whats so ever when it came got it out played for a couple of hours after about a couple of weeks the batteries died put new ones in stopped working........

Jul, 2008

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Used With My Home Cinema Projector - Great!!!!


Bought this because the wired sensor won't reach the screen. Works great with the PJ and no trailing wires. Uses 6 AA's but I always have a spare set charged and ready so battery usage is not a problem. If your using a Wii in a room where it's above...

May, 2008

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Good at first...


I purchased this product as a replacement for the official Nintendo sensor bar after my cat chewed through the wire. When I first started using this sensor bar I would have agreed with those who have given it a good score. It was easy to set up and...

Jan, 2008

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Not really worth the hastle


Sadly this product really isn't worth it unless you can't put your Wii near your screen (probably using a projector).

Dec, 2007

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Used with data projector


We've had this item for several months now. Used regularly with heavy duty rechargable batteries. So far had many hours of play and still going strong on the first charge.

Nov, 2007

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Works In one stright direction


The sensor bar works.....

Sep, 2007

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Just buy a recharger


This is a good item yes it does use 6 AA batteries but all you have to do is buy a recharger which will cost you about 9.99. So in total you can get a wireless wii sensor bar for £18 which is not that bad.

Jul, 2007

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wireless bar


i thought this was a great, until i read you need 6x AA battries for 30 hours of life

Jun, 2007

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Works well.


Having had two sensor bars broken due to the thin wiring getting caught in the doors of my tv unit I decided to buy this sensor bar.

Jan, 2005

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It's "okay"


Nothing to be desired. I noticed that there are people complaining about the maximum of 30 hours you get from this thing. It's not just two IR diodes, it's actually 10 (ten), which is why the power consumption is rather poor. Other than that, it's...

Jan, 2005