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    Rev Review: Wii Dust Prevent Cover

    Wii Dust Prevent Cover
    Manufacturer: PEGA
    Site: Buy from Brando
    Price: $7.00

    Overview : Prevent dust gets into the Wii console.

    Features :
    • Prevent dust gets into the Wii Console
    • Extend your Wii Life.

    Quality/Usability : Purpose of this product is well, you know...prevent dust. The Wii Dust Prevent Cover comes with two covers. One for the bottom of you Nintendo Wii and one for the back of your Nintendo Wii. The covers are made of plastic but the filter themselves are similar to that you find in your air conditioner.

    The covers clip onto the Nintendo Wii in order to stay on. The covers don't get in the way of any cords or the base stand for the Nintendo Wii. With the covers on, there is still enough air flow to keep the Nintendo Wii cool but at the same time, prevent any dust from entering and damaging your precious Wii.

    Since the covers are made of plastic and so are the clips that clip to the inside of the Nintendo Wii. Excessive removal of the dust covers may weaken the clips thus resulting the clips to fall inside the Wii.

    Conclusion : Overall, the Dust Prevent Cover does what its suppose to do. But the clips that clip onto the Wii are a little iffy. They seem fragile. If you remove them too much or happen to add too much force to them, they might snap off and fall into the Wii, which isnt a good thing. Besides that, it allows enough air flow and at the same time, prevent dust from entering.

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    They don't seem that great

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    You can use a sharp blade, like a scissor's blades to sc$#@! off the plastic hooks so that they just 'hang' on the Wii's air vents instead of latching on them. This way, they are less likely to come off.

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