Wireless Controller for Nintendo Switch/Switch Lite Remote Turbo Game Controller w/Dual Shock and Gyro Axis, 25.99, 0, $, .

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Make sure this fits by entering your model number.; Compatible with Nintendo Switch&Switch Lite:Long press "Home" on the rechargeable controller and enter the menu "Controllers" - "Change Grip/Order" on your Nintendo Switch or Nintendo Switch lite to connect.; Dual Motors & Turbo Function: Press...

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This controller is really good. It’s a rechargeable battery said to last about 5-8 hours. To me the shorter battery time is worth having the ability to recharge it. Compared to Xbox where you need batteries.The buttons are great. My o my complaint is the left and right bumper buttons need to be pressed on the outside as opposed to being able to click in the middle and inside part of the bumper button on the pro controller. No big deal. They are responsive. The d pad is clicky, it feels solid but there is a click when you press a direction.Weight is slightly less than the pro controller and a tiny bit smaller by side by side comparison. Honestly nothing that really makes a big difference.The wireless is money. This pairs exactly like a pro controller. My pc recognizes it as a pro controller. I actually had a much easier time Pairing this to my pc and use in steam than the actual pro controller made by Nintendo.Of course this works flawlessly with a switch.Gyro and rumble are solid.I mean honestly it’s not as premium as a pro controller but for the price this is a steal and you won’t be unhappy. It’s basically 1/3 of the price of a pro controller and stacks up very nicely when compared head to head.I’ll be buying another one.
This controller is ideal for casual gamers who don't want to spend too much on a new wireless controller. For guests that come over, this is great for them because they can just use this controller and not wear out or break the more expensive controllers that are out there. I played with this controller on Rocket League, Smash Ultimate, and Mario Kart 8 deluxe on my Switch. As much as I do love it's lightweight Xbox-like feel, there are some pros and some cons to this controller. Tip: If you're playing a racing game (Like Mario Kart 8 Deluxe) and the car doesn't want to move, it's because turbo mode is still activated on accident. Another tip: my hand seemed to be the most comfortable in the position shown in the third picture, and holding the entire controller with the palm of my hand seemed was not that comfortable.The pros:This controller is lightweight and can be held by people with larger hands (My brother actually loved its size in his hands). The battery seems to be durable and won't drain itself before the next use since I didn't use it for a couple of days and has 2/3 of its charge left. The joysticks themselves aren't too heavy to flick. I do appreciate the glossy look of the buttons and how they feel. Overall, the price makes this controller perfect for guests who want to play any kind of game with you! The cons:The joysticks themselves are a little heavy, so flicking the stick nonstop and clicking on the stick multiple times was not comfortable. The R2 and L2 buttons feel too long and wide to press to the point that if the height of the buttons were cut in half, the back buttons would have been perfect! The deadzone itself makes it a little difficult for menu choices in games because it sometimes doesn't register with a light tap, but it only seems to be noticable with menus. I tried to connect it wirelessly with an Xbox one to no avail, but there was no statement saying that it works on it.Overall, it's a great budget controller for people who don't play as competitive or for cousins that come over!
The good:It doesn’t feel like a cheap controller that would fall apart in my hands, it includes its own Usb-C charging cable, and with the addition of the turbo button it is certainly a nice controller.The bad:My main issue is that both joysticks have a digital ‘snap’ to 0, 90, 180, and 270 degrees. This becomes an issue in games like rocket league where even the slightest movement can be the difference between a goal or a pathetic whiff.

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