Old vs. New Wii Remote Wrist Strap - Image courtesy Go Nintendo

An old Wiistrap broken - Image courtesy Go Nintendo
I wonder how long it's going to take before people call them "Wiistraps"

A small population of spastic Wii gamers who experienced flying Remotes as a result of broken wrists straps received a list of safety tips from Nintendo advising them to "Hold the Wii Remote firmly and do not let go."

Those who were expecting a recall of the product got no such thing, but Nintendo quietly made a revision to the wrist strap without any sort of announcement or comment. In the latest batch of Wii consoles, the wrist strap included with the pack-in controller features a noticeably thicker, and probably stronger wrist strap.

A Go Nintendo reader reported that Nintendo also sent him the revised wrist strap as a replacement for his broken one. See the images to right for a comparison between the old and the new.

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