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This adapter works well in the Bob single stroller ( which is a must for those that hike or live in areas that do not have sidewalk). The one small issue with this adapter is that you have to remove it before folding stroller up.
it works but needs better speaker, very low volume, hope they release a new version with a better speaker that can be heard more then a arms length from the device
We own several Just Dance titles for Wii. My kids and their friends love them. They enjoy competing for top scores on their favorite songs. Dancer Card set up for each title was more cumbersome than picking existing Miis, but ultimately this was not a big deal and each kid could save their score on their Dancer Card. We only have two wiimotes, but at least two kids could compete and keep scores at the same time by associating their Dancer Card with their wiimote after the song selection. The descriptions and other reviews I've read for the Xbox One version are very misleading about multiplayer features and scoring. I specifically got this title for Xbox One instead of Wii because you can have "up to six players at a time", and the manual states "Use your Dancer Card to track your progress ... shows your stats and personal progress". However, on Xbox One, only one profile is active in the game at a time. The game does not use the kinect to recognize anyone playing, nor can you associate a "Dancer Card" per player like you can in other versions. Instead, each player is associated with a "coach". The coaches have the same default names as the default Dancer Cards in other game versions, but you cannot change them. After a dance is complete, the highest score amongst all the coaches is awarded to the Xbox One profile in use. All other scores are thrown away. This completely defeats the purpose of having multiple players in my scenario. Effectively, now there is only one player at a time, and if they want to be sure to record their score, not the best of the current dancers, they cannot even have anyone else on the dance floor with them. This is much worse than what I had on Wii. Add to this the poor kinect implementation in this game mentioned also in other reviews, and I wonder why you would buy this for Xbox One if you could buy it for some other game system.