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JaLeHui Remote Controller with Motion Plus 2 in1 Grip for Nintendo Wii

SKU:A0509000HD

Thanks for visiting! If you are looking for a Wii Remote Grip, here your dream will come true. This is a Classic Wii Remote Controller with Motion Plus 2 in1 Grip for Nintendo Wii. Replaces the original Wii Remote Controller and Wii Motion Plus acces...
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Specifications:


  • Wii Remote Controller with built-in MotionPlus for Nintendo Wii
  • Without wii logo printed
  • The Wii Remote Grip comes with silicone protector case and a wristlet
  • No nunchuk and batteries included
  • This Wii Remote Grip is a non-OEM product
  • Replaces the original Wii Remote and Wii MotionPlus accessory. This 2 in1 Grip advanced motion-sensing features of Wii MotionPlus with the Wii Remote
  • Designed with ergonomics, comfortable to hold
  • High Quality Anti Skid Silicone Case included to protect the Wii Remote controller from dirt, shock and damage
  • Cutouts for ports, sensor, buttons and speaker on the silicone skin case
  • Wrist Strip included for safe when use
  • Compatible with any version of Nintendo Wii console
  • Support: Grand Slam Tennis, Virtua Tennis 2009, Woods 10, Wii Sports:Resort, Red Steel 2, Kidz Sports - Crazy Mini Golf, Food Network: Cook or Be Cooked, Gladiator A.D, The Grinde, Span Smashe

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JaLeHui Remote Controller with Motion Plus 2 in1 Grip for Nintendo Wii


  • Wii Remote Controller with built-in MotionPlus for Nintendo Wii

JaLeHui Remote Controller with Motion Plus 2 in1 Grip for Nintendo Wii


JaLeHui Remote Controller with Motion Plus 2 in1 Grip for Nintendo Wii 


  • Wrist Strip included for safe when use
  • Cutouts for ports, sensor, buttons and speaker on the silicone skin case

JaLeHui Remote Controller with Motion Plus 2 in1 Grip for Nintendo Wii


JaLeHui Remote Controller with Motion Plus 2 in1 Grip for Nintendo Wii 


  • Replaces the original Wii Remote and Wii MotionPlus accessory

Package Included:


  • 1 x Wii Remote Grip

How to Solve Issues With USB Game Controller:

Does your pc display messages like "unknown usb device" anytime you plug in ur game controller after it has been installed previously? do you keep restarting the pc and yet no solutions? Then this is the long lasting solution.no need for unnecessary restarting of ur pc.


  • While the game controller is still plugged in, open device manager (the fastest way is Click 'Start', Click 'Run', then type 'devmgmt.msc' and press 'enter').a dialogue box showing all ur pc hardware should display.(or u can go to control panel, open system,click on the hardware tab and then click device manager.)
  • click 'universal serial bus controllers' and then right click 'unknown device' and then click 'uninstall'.the unknown device should be removed from the device manager
  • unplug the usb game controller.
  • open control panel and right click a blank space and click refresh. Also refresh the desktop.
  • wait for 10 secs and then replug the usb game controller.then go to control panel and click game controllers. the usb game controller should be recognized. if it is in the list, then click on it and click properties and make sure it is responding.

How to Connect a Wii Controller

Thanks to its Wii console, Nintendo has changed the way many people see video games. The Wii uses motion-sensing technology that enables players to truly "experience" tennis, bowling and a variety of other great games. The Wii controller is the source of this power. The Wii controller is easy to connect and easy to learn with some time and patience.


  • Open the back of your Wiimote and insert the two AA batteries as indicated in the battery panel. Leave the cover off after you've inserted the batteries.
  • Turn on your Wii from the front of the console. Allow the Wii to cycle to the main menu.
  • Open the front door on the front of the console to reveal the SD card input and the "Sync" button.
  • Press the "Sync" button on your Wiimote, located just underneath the batteries. When it is in Sync mode the LED light will flash.
  • Press the "Sync" button on your Wii console to connect the signals and allow the controller and console to sync. This may take a few seconds, so be patient while it continues to connect.
  • Watch to see if the LED has stopped blinking. Once it has, your Wiimote is now connected to your Wii. Put the battery cover back on.
  • Use One-Time Synchronization to change the way the Wiimotes are synced to the console. You can do this by pressing the "Home" button on your controller and choosing "Reconnect." This is useful when you wish to change the player/controller layout without passing different Wiimotes around and losing track of which is which. One-time mode is reset to Standard once the Wii is restarted.

Tips & Warnings


  • Try to use smaller, more deliberate motions when playing Wii as opposed to bigger more emphatic motions. The Wii is able to complete actions without requiring players to overdo it.
  • Use the nunchuck attachment for added control in games, especially fast action games like Metroid Prime or Super Mario Brothers.
  • Wii controllers can run out of power quickly if they're used frequently, so either keep a large supply of AA batteries on hand or simply use compliant rechargeable AAs.
  • Always wear the strap when playing games on Wii. People have been known to get over-excited and lose their grip on the controller, causing damage to nearby objects.