Thrustmaster PC

    Thrustmaster, the innovative PC and console accessory brand from Guillemot Corporation, has come out with three new sports and fitness packs for Wii™. This line of new accessories include a 9-piece Elite Fitness Pack, a 3-piece Aerobics Pack, and a multi-accessory Sports Pack.

    Thrustmaster is dedicated to providing solutions that make exercising both fun and satisfying, says Winn Keaten, Thrustmaster Marketing Manager. These fitness and sports accessories for Wii™are also a great way to keep you fit during the winter months.

    The Elite Fitness Pack+ NW ($44.99), is designed for fitness fans using the Wii™console* and Balance Boar`™. and is perfect for your own non-gaming workout. This 9-piece pack features two flexible weights for your wrists or ankles and a step aerobic riser for burning calories faster and intensifying your workout.
    thrustmaster eliteThe handy pedometer records your steps, the distance traveled, calories burned, workout length and more. Freedom of movement and comfort during workout sessions is guaranteed with the armband/holder for your Wii Remote™*, the leg strap/holder for your Nunchuk™* and a neck-strap for your MP3 player so you can listen to your favorite tunes hands free. The large exercise mat, made of cushioning foam, is the perfect companion for floor exercises or for keeping your Balance Board™ and riser firmly in place. Finally, to carry all your new accessories and your balance board with ease, Hercules has included a trendy carrying bag.

    For an SRP of $29.99, fitness enthusiasts can give their workouts a boost with the Aerobics Pack+ NW, a smaller version of the above that includes the riser, exercise mat and pedometer.

    thrustmaster sportFor all the sport fanatics out there, the Sports Pack+ NW ($34.99), compatible with Wii MotionPlus™*, is just for you. This multi-accessory pack is designed for use with the majority of sports games available for Wii™, including Ping-pong, Golf, Sword fighting or Katana games, Tennis and even Jet Skiing! Each sport accessory in the pack has been designed to reflect the shape and size of its real counterpart.

    All three accessories will be available at the end of October at (

    David Novak
    David Novak
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