|Add a new dimension to your Wii experience with these accessory add-ons for your remote that will make you feel like you're really in the game!|
As any true gamer knows already. 99% aftermarket parts for gaming consoles are complete garbage. If its not made or sponsored by the original Manufacturer then most likely its not worth buying. If you have time and money to waste on return shipping then this product is just for you.
Very Cool for Wii Sports - Tennis, Golf, and BaseB2/6/2007
I got the Wii sports kits for my Wii parties. We're really enjoying them, it helps to simulate the real sports equipment, instead of just imagining a tennis racket. Very useful especially for Golf. The remote fits in tightly and securely, which is good so the remote will come out when we're playing. Its spring loaded mounted, so you have to push it down and out to release it. Its easy. The design is comfortable, once you fit it correctly. I recommend these for all you Wii parties.
Better than the Wiimote alone!12/29/2006
Well, if the regular Wiimote just doesn't do it for you, then get this product. It simulates holding an actual bat, racquet, etc in your hand, although I do wish it were just a bit heavier. Other than that, it is fun to use and a great add-on for the Wiimote.
Do not buy. Worthless junk.12/26/2006
I really wish I could say what a great product this is, but I can't. I bought this as a gift for my wife who loves Wii Sports Tennis, but after 15 minutes we decided to return it. For starters it is extremely difficult to get the Wiimote to snap in place. Once in place, after much fandangaling, you'll discover that the design blocks the infrared beam from your controller. In other words you can't use the pointer onscreen, thus unable to select or change games without taking the Wiimote out of the holder (yet again difficult to undo). If the last point doesn't deter you, then perhaps the uncomfortable sharp edges will. These hurt your hands while playing. This is a great idea to add more realism to your Wii experience, but quite simpley is poorly designed. I predict this will not be available for long once consumers start returning them.
ANGLE OF DESIGN???12/22/2006
I'm not sure if this is right... but in the Wii book it says to hold the remote with the buttons facing up when playing tennis, base ball and golf. If you use these attachments then the user will be holding the remote facing the wrong direction. Faulty design???