The Sensor Bar plugs into the Sensor Bar connector on the back of the console and is then mounted on or below your TV. It works in conjunction with the Wii Remote for motion detection.
Rated 1 out of 5 by KTMae from Barely registers with remote I bought this and from the moment I set it out its been pretty much useless. Have to constantly change the batteries and it only registers movement with the remote only 5% of the time. Not been able to use the wii in months bc it's just not worth the frustration to use it
Date published: 2017-05-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by Leopold from Very good service I'm satisfied with the product......................................................................
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by TrancePacifica from This was a surprise When I traded in my old Wii system, I had to sacrifice my sensor bar from my Wii U because I left my other one behind from my old Wii when I moved. Well, I went to a Game Stop store and bought a wireless for temporary means until I got a wired one. Well, with the rest of the credit, I went to the site, and bought a sensor bar, thinking I was getting a wired one because of the picture, didn't know that the "any" term meant it was going to be random. Well, my stuff came in today, and I got to the sensor bar, opened it, and saw a wireless sensor bar that was way bigger than the old one. I'll just trade in my old one and keep this one. I mean, for $10, you can't go wrong. Plus it came with batteries, which is awesome, because I can't find my charger for my rechargeable AAs. So when ordering, take heed that there's a chance you won't be getting a wired sensor bar.
Date published: 2013-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from A must for most Wiis When I first started up my Wii, the controllers I used did not seem to operate correctly, or at all, for that matter. But this miraculous device saved me 200$ and magically repaired my controllers to working conditions! I bought 5!
Date published: 2012-11-25