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About the product
- Tough case for the active gamer
- Designed for a snug, protective fit
- Wii, games and accessories not included
- Compatible with Wii and GameCube
- LIFETIME WARRANTY
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With this Pro Gamer's case you get the ultimate aluminum storage for your Wii console and all your favorite accessories. Features compartments specifically designed for a snug, protective fit. Includes chrome corners for added protection and style. Take your Wii on the road, secured in protection only aluminum can provide. Carry your gaming gear in style!
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Here's what I can fit inside mine:
- Wii console
- 2 Wiimotes
- 2 Nunchucks
- 2 classic controllers (old style, NOT pro)
- Gamecube controller
- A/C cable
- A/V cable (composite video that came with the console)
- sensor bar
- 12 disc CD case for Wii games
- 2 12 disc mini-disc cases for Gamecube games
- small memory card case with 4 Gamecube memory cards and 2 SD cards
- 4 sets of rechargeable batteries
- battery charger
- 2 silicon sleeves for Wiimotes
I am a very organized person, so everything is packed in there really tight. This has everything I need for most applications, and I bring it with me all over the place. I have taken it to across the country on an airplane and no problems. Nothing moves once I close the lid so I feel safe using it.
It seems that the case has a space designed for a Gamecube controller, as it fits perfectly. The space that is intended for the stand, I use for the A/C adapter (My Wii is always on its side, not standing up). Nunchucks and Wiimotes I keep in the lid, as they fit better up there, but they will not fit if they have sleeves on. I store those also in the lid, if I want to bring them. I will try to post pics.
This is a great case. It's dimensions are exactly the same as the Wii retail box. The picture from the retailer shows the case with a lock and mesh in the upper divide. It DOES NOT come with these items. I don't mind, but thought I'd let you know.
Here's what I was able to fit in: (everything I have for Wii)
In the main compartment:
AC power adapter
V.C. controller (1)
Sensor bar mount
Games (4) (Read on to see how)
In the upper compartment:
Sensor Bar (Very secure)
Wii remotes (4)
V.C. controller (1)
I could probably fit one more Nunchuck...
I put 4 games in "slim disk" jewel cases and fit 3 of them on top of the console and one more on top of the AV cables.
Also, if you do not put in the console stand you can probably fit more nunchucks or V.C. contollers.
One will want to take out the batteries out of all controllers. When the buttons get pushed while in the case, the controller "looks" for a console. This can drain you batteries. There is room for the batteries in little knooks with the various cables. I don't see this as a flaw in the case, just an issue with the controllers.
The outer shell prevents anything from compressing the case to the point that the buttons on Wiimotes get pressed during transit, which saves batteries. It looks pretty slick, and while the aluminum does show some wear after a while, that builds the character. I am somewhat spoiled by professional audio packaging, but the walls of this case leave something to be desired: while not what I would call "flimsy," they are definitely not sturdy. They seemed to be made of cheap wood and could be bent with a fairly small amount of pressure. They never broke, but I was always afraid one would snap.
When I started out, I had the console and its necessities (power brick/cord, A/V cables, sensor bar), two Wiimotes, two nunchucks, and games. With the binder, I could easily fit all that into this case. Next came two more Wiimotes and two more nunchucks. That made things very snug. When I got two Classic Controllers, it was time to look for something bigger. The later addition of MotionPlus accessories only cemented the decision. I ended up buying a G-Pak, which also has both benefits and drawbacks, one of the former being more space.
If you have a setup that will fit in this and you don't plan on expanding, you could do a lot worse. The one thing that gives me pause is the current price: $60 shipped. I got mine for $20 from a deal site a few years ago and the fair price is closer to that than $60.
- Sturdy outer casing.
- Compartments are laid out well.
- When properly packed, components will not shift at all during transit.
- Walls of compartments aren't the sturdiest.
- Won't fit all your gear if you have a larger setup.
- Handle to case feels a little cheap.
- Price seems a bit high.