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Thread: Not a bricked Wii but bricked Wiimotes

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    I think you convinced me to not pursue it. I will have to adjust the price on my Wii's.

    Thanks again. You have been a great help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bad_Ad84 View Post
    I AGREE!! I have 4 of these. And 100 % working. No problems.

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    You will find it difficult to find someone willing to both sell in bulk cheap and let you pick boot2 capable wiis. To get them cheap you will need to take them untested, which means you will end up with some you can't repair - this pushes up the price you technically paid for the ones you can fix.

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    I would be fine with that if I could be them for $20 - $30 a piece. I imagine that most could be repaired but I also understand the "win some - loose some" scenario too.

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    I pay around £30 each, which is about $45 and that's in bulk.

    Ebay they sell broken for around £40-50 at the moment, which is just madness.

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