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Can anyone confirm if divineo wiikey clones work or not?.

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii / Wii U' started by hugger, May 5, 2007.

  1. hugger

    hugger Guest

    Can anyone confirm if divineo wiikey clones work or not?.

    Ive herd all the clones they sell there are defective.

    Is this true? thanks
     
  2. larrylje

    larrylje Active member

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    I wouldn't buy a clone. Buy the real deal. As to if the clones work. I would not know because I bought a WiiD. But if I would have bought a Wiikey I still wouldn't know the answer because I would not be dumb enough to buy a clone.
     
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  3. Menion

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    It's funny so many of you guys belive The wiiKey is the only one with clones out there, seriously were talking about chips made in china! I guarentee you there are as many clones out ther of the precious WiiD as there is the Wiikey, best part of it all "A Clone is a Clone" Guess none of you are really all that sure what you have in your system huh? But hey as long as the chip does it's job what does it matter?
     
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    Divineo is the HK version of Buy-Rite Games (remember those clowns?). I wouldn't put it past them to sell defective chips, whether they be clones or otherwise.
     
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    I never said WiiD did not have clones (I haven't heard of any as of yet). But you see clones of the Wiikey all over the place.

    All I said is you get what you pay for. It isn't like the guy bought the chip thinking it was a genuine Wiikey. Divino itself labels them as Wiikey clones. For half the price as what the original Wiikey is.

    So you went for the Wiikey clone to save a few bucks. Well your expectations should not be held to a Genuine Wiikey standard.

    If they are defective then I would assume they are not doing their job.
     
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    alright I'm with ya if it was being sold @ half price I would be a bit worried too, so Divineo, is all that bad of a company? I recently got the XCM ii-Wii transparent case from them it works fine but wasn't to sure about them on other things i think i remember the Buy-Rite Games name
     
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    Read the stuff in their forums. They *are* that bad. People have had problems with shipping all the way down to substandard/defective items (non-working chips, case LEDs, etc.). I made an order with them before reading the dope on them and I'm just hoping for the best, but there's no way in hell I'd go through them again. And for the record, they got my money in one day, but it took them 10 days to process my order. Finally, on their homepage....no order tracking.
     

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