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Switch Controller for Nintendo, Wireless Pro Controller for Nintendo Switch/Switch Lite, Switch Remote Controller Gamepad Joystick, Turbo and Dual Vibration (White)

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  • 【Motion Controls & Dual Motors & Turbo】:the pro controller gamepad for Nintendo Switch supports Gyro Axis, Dual Vibration and Turbo.Best 3rd party switch pro controller for Zelda / Mario Odyssey / Splatoon 2 / Mario Kart etc. (Support newest version)
  • 【DUAL MOTORS VIBRATION & TURBO FUNCTION】 providing a more realistic gaming experience. Dual electric motors and 6-axis Gyro motion controls functions for an enhanced gaming experience. Built-in dual motor, 3D joystick with high precision.
  • 【Long Playing Time】:the wireless remote controller built in 500 mAh rechargeable battery.Gaming Time: Approx. 6-8 hours / Standby Time: Approx. 25 days / Charging Time: Approx. 2 hours.Wireless Transmission Distance: ≤ 10m.Enjoy your game continuously.
  • 【BLUETOOTH V2.1 WIRELESS GAMEPAD TECHNOLOGY】 support stable connection within 8 meters, low interference and ease of operation. Ergonomic design and light weight construction make it comfortable even for long hours of continuous gaming.
  • 【GAME CONTROLLER FOR NINTENDO SWITCH】 with 4 blue LED indication functions and 16 function input buttons, Include an accelerometer and gyro-sensor, making independent left and right motion control possible. Best 3rd party pro controller for nintendo switch.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent value controller with solid feeling buttons
By Ben on 19 March 2022
This is a good little third party controller and feels pretty good overall. Third-party controllers have really come a long way since I was a kid and those translucent, plastic, shockingly cheap alternatives were all we had, so these days buying something like this is far less of a risk than it used to be and buying a first-party controller is not always the best option. I think this is especially true when it comes to the Switch, where the official Pro controller is not really that special in the first place. So how about this one?

The first thing I noticed was that I liked the size of the controller. It's smaller than a PS5 controller but larger than the Switch Pro controller, which I find good because sometimes Switch controllers, both first and third party, can feel a bit cramped in my hands, but this has a good size to it. The general build quality feels good and there's nothing that immediately struck me as bad. It is quite simple, you get the standard buttons, logically laid out on the face, but there's no extra paddles on the rear or anything fancy like that. It charges via USB-C , which plugs in via the top of the controller, which I appreciate. The battery seems to charge relatively quickly and the level can be checked via the small blue LED lights.

Buttons are important though right, so what about them? There's quite a bit of travel in the face buttons, and they do have a satisfying, tactile, rubbery "clunk" as you press them down. I like them and despite the amount of travel, they don't feel soft at all. Likewise, the sticks feel good and have a good amount of stiffness to them, stopping them from feeling too loose or floppy. I like the curve of the shoulder triggers. To be honest, as far as buttons go, the only low point is the D-Pad, which feels fine and isn't "bad" at all, but I am not really a fan of the cross types as I think they can sometimes feel a bit weird in the corners. It is like all the rest of the buttons, however, nice and solid feeling which is good. The overall controller itself is a shade light for me, but I think it's within the boundaries of "fine" and most people will be okay with it I think.

The instructions are brief but good and although the controller is relatively simple, if you do find yourself needing to refer to the manual then it is easy to read and includes screenshots, which is helpful. I connected it to my switch quickly without any grief, just as if it were an official Nintendo controller. I didn't try it on my PS4 or 5 but I did try it plugged in to my PC and it worked straight away, plug and play, without any drivers in Windows 11.

Overall I think this is a decent little controller for the switch and nice to have on hand if you might need it for PC or android too. It feels nice and solid and whilst it lacks in comparison to something like the PS5 controller, it is really pretty excellent for £20, which I would say is pretty good value for money.
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