|Upgrade your wired Wii sensor bar to a wireless replacement. No need to add any cable to your wireless environment. Self installs with a flip of the on/off switch. Batteries: 2 x AAA batteries (batteries not included). Automatically switch to power saving mode to conserve battery power. Compatible with: Nintendo Wii/Wii U|
Customer Reviews of eForCity Brand New Wireless Sensor Bar for Nintendo Wii
Works, but is poorly constructed.11/6/2012
This is the second wireless sensor bar I have bought. The item seems to work well, but the on off switch is poorly constructed and does not slide easy. Also, the description shows a power saving mode. I am not sure what they mean, because I am not sure the thing powers itself down or not.
i like it a lot.8/14/2012
This wii sensor bar is the handiest thing- well I suppose that is obvious. After all it is needed for the wii to be operational. But it is nice to be able to replace it when necceessary. I am so glad I have mine, and man am I enjoying it, every bit! I like it a lot.
Put the batteries in, the Wii synced up and the sensor bar worked great. Look ma, no wires! Unfortunately 1 Week later it died. So, High ranking for easy set up, but can't justify a high level of overall satisfaction when it doesn't work.
This product is not a game but a very useful addit5/3/2010
Wave your Wii controller at your TV and watch Mario go flying around those curves in his hot rod. What you're really waving the controller at is the bar that fits on top of the TV with the little wire hanging down. This is the sensor bar that tells the console what you want Mario's kart to do. Now imagine that huge 55" HD screen. You've got wires coming out here, there, and everywhere. And where do you put that pesky sensor bar. Up near the ceiling, down towards the floor? And that wire? One more to add to the mess. Enter the handy, dandy WIRELESS sensor bar for cheap. It works the way it says it does. The hardest thing to do is to put in the batteries. Turn on the switch. Locate at a convenient location on your TV. Can you say NO WIRE? No setup. Send Mario on his way. I love it...
gets rid of that thin wire for the sensor so toddl4/15/2010
I've heard the wii sensor can be replaced by 2 candles or any infared source. I got this battery powered wireless sensor bar to just toss on the floor for family wii time. My set up is such that i project to a clean wall and all the AV equip is locked up in a cabinet. With toddlers around the thin wired sensor bar was getting tackled by the kids. Warning no indicator for when you leave this thing switched on and will drain batteries. But if you remember to switch off after your done using batterlife is long as expected since it powers small led bulbs. Tuck away with the wii controllers when not using and the kids can continue roaming the living room floor.
I am impressed at how quickly my purchase arrived from the day I purchased it. Works great!