Wii sensor bar: Other buyable alternatives

Wii sensor bar(?)

The Wii sensor bar, the other part of the dynamic duo – the other being the Wiimote – that’s been the favorite topic of many a gadget hack, whether it involves batteries, flashlights, LED’s, or candles.

Given the advanced (*ahem*) tech that goes into this device, there’s a good chance that the Raving Rabbids may just steal yours as part of some world-conquering scheme. Now, for the guys who’d prefer to get a brand new bar instead making their own Do-It-Yourself replacement, we’ve got a place you might want to drop by in case them rabbids do visit.

We just picked up on this site that’s now selling a third-party release for the Wii’s sensor bar, and aside from the fact it doesn’t look anything like the original sensor bar, we also found out this thing’s battery-powered. Among its other features:

  • Uses Wii Standard 3-8 foot ideal range
  • Setup and use in seconds with 1 button design
  • On / Off switch with Red LED indicator
  • 48+ hrs of gameplay battery life
  • Adhesive strip on bottom for easy mounting
  • Uses 9 Volt battery (extended life)
  • Designed, produced, and tested in America!
  • No more tripping over the cord!
  • The bar will go for US$ 25.00, but we don’t really know if the site’s the real deal. Then again, we’re wondering how anybody’d lose their sensor bar in the first place…oh well.

    Wii sensor bar(?)

    The Wii sensor bar, the other part of the dynamic duo – the other being the Wiimote – that’s been the favorite topic of many a gadget hack, whether it involves batteries, flashlights, LED’s, or candles.

    Given the advanced (*ahem*) tech that goes into this device, there’s a good chance that the Raving Rabbids may just steal yours as part of some world-conquering scheme. Now, for the guys who’d prefer to get a brand new bar instead making their own Do-It-Yourself replacement, we’ve got a place you might want to drop by in case them rabbids do visit.

    We just picked up on this site that’s now selling a third-party release for the Wii’s sensor bar, and aside from the fact it doesn’t look anything like the original sensor bar, we also found out this thing’s battery-powered. Among its other features:

  • Uses Wii Standard 3-8 foot ideal range
  • Setup and use in seconds with 1 button design
  • On / Off switch with Red LED indicator
  • 48+ hrs of gameplay battery life
  • Adhesive strip on bottom for easy mounting
  • Uses 9 Volt battery (extended life)
  • Designed, produced, and tested in America!
  • No more tripping over the cord!
  • The bar will go for US$ 25.00, but we don’t really know if the site’s the real deal. Then again, we’re wondering how anybody’d lose their sensor bar in the first place…oh well.

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