Wii & Wii Fit Hands Free Wrist Strap by CTA Digital
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- Holds the Wii Remote securely when fastened
- Designed for the bicep, forearm, or wrist
- Made of a Black Neoprene fabric
- Cutout openings for the IR sensor and Nunchuk connection
- Machine Washable
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Top Customer Reviews
It is hard work to get the controller into the armband in the first place. It is even harder to get it to stay in place to keep from losing the connection to the Wii system itself.
Good idea, wish it had worked... I am back to holding the renote which can be a PIA while taking a jog around the island.
Save your $$.
Regarding other comments on this site, this product is in no way 'too small'. I weigh 160 lbs and I wear it as tight as it will go. This would easily fit someone twice my size. I saw a comment about the difficulty getting the remote in and out. That was a non-issue for me. I found it easy to transfer the remote from the gel case to this case in less than 30 seconds.
The way it rides on the wrist, it is often slipping over one side or the other of my wrist while working out, even when worn quite tight. When doing exercises that require you to bend your wrist (e.g. pushups, downward facing yoga poses) the remote will press quite uncomfortably into your hand. The other option wearing it on the inside of your wrist, making it so the top of the remote is pressing into the floor. I'm giving this product three stars because for about 30-40% of the exercises in EA Active, such as soccer and basketball, it is still easier to use this wrist holder than to hold the remote, even with it's flaws.
Be sure you have a Wii remote with the motion plus built in. This product will not accommodate the remotes with the motion plus aftermarket add-on.
The way this product should be designed is with a two-piece wrist strap and remote holder. Connecting the two would be a click-lock swivel allowing you to easily adjust and wear the remote parallel, perpendicular or at a 45 from your arm, depending on the exercise. When they design it like that, then buy this product.
I am sort of satisfied with it. I tried it out with Just Dance 4. I'm not sure it's completely picking up all my moves (on the right arm) and it slides down to my wrist. I think it might work better if there were 2 straps on it, one at the front and one at the back. That might hold it in place better with maybe elastic added to it since the strap is difficult to get tight without any assistance. I see it has a place for the nun chuck attachment but I'm not sure that is going to work with it holding the B button down. I'll have to try that at another time.
All in all it is nice not to have to hold the remote while working out with the Just Dance 4, and it does hold the remote so it won't slip out. It is a bit hard to get the remote in and out of the strap, but that might loosen up after it's been used awhile? If it does loosen up, I don't that the remote will fly out and be hazardous to the TV or any other piece of furniture or living thing in the room.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a nice item however please beware if you own an old remote with the extension, this DOES NOT WORKPublished 12 months ago by Ann B.
By design, this arm band would be perfect if it weren't for one massive flaw. It's REALLY REALLY SMALL. I had to struggle a bit to get the wii mote to fit in the sleeve. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Kevin Duffy
Not a fan, I tried using it for Just Dance 2. It was uncomfortable and the game wasn't picking up the moves. I haven't used it since.Published 14 months ago by Amanda