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PDP PSVita Trigger Grips

Platform : PlayStation Vita
4.1 out of 5 stars 427 customer reviews

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  • Oversized action buttons for easy game play
  • Clips on easily, satin grip finish enhances comfort grip
  • Trigger Grips add comfort for extended game play
  • Unique patent-pending design
  • Tested to ensure PS Vita system won't come loose or get damaged when use with grips
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Product Description

Oversized action buttons for easy gameplay that easily clips on to the back of your PlayStation Vita. Features Trigger Grips and satin grip finish for enhanced comfort designed for extended game play. Tested to ensure PlayStation Vita System won't come loose or get damaged when used with grips. Officially licensed by Sony.

Product Details

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  • ASIN: B0072A4JVW
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 4.5 x 1.8 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: February 9, 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (427 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,142 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Here a quick overview of this grip. I have tried other ones and settled on this one. They have lasted for over 6 months without any issues.
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My primary reason for buying my vita was the remote play. My ps4 is on a tv with a lot of traffic in my house and to know I could continue playing Assassins Creed or Battlefield while someone was hogging up the tv was a godsend. I quickly realized for battlefield the vita was not a good idea to use aiming was hard reaching the touch pad to sprint was annoying and i was getting murked in multiplayer maps. Also holding the vita can get tiring at times because it is so different. This trigger though solved not only my uncomfortable hand problems but has made the vita playable for FPS and improved my assassins creed experience. The only gripe i have about this grip is the material its made out of sometimes my hands can be over sensitive and the sensation of rubbing my palms against this rubbery material isn't a good one, but not a deal breaker. Also I'm not a big fan of snap on accessories but I haven't noticed any scrap marks on my phones, but I haven't noticed any on the bottom of my vita yet... but in a few months ill do an update and see how it goes.
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The PDP PSVita Trigger Grips is great. I absolutely love the trigger grips, makes a lot of games a lot easier. It's comfortable on the hands and your fingers will thank you. Overall I'd recommend it BUT be warned. If you are particular about your hand helds then this grip will scratch the sides. It's a hard plastic and tight. It keeps the Vita in nicely but if you need to put it in and out it will scratch. After only a few days I noticed scratches on the sides of my previously new Vita. It's no big deal if you don't need to remove it to go into a case or don't care about scratching, but it will happen. Other grips I've used didn't do this but they also don't have the triggers. You get some and lose some. Still I'm going to use it because the games are the most important and the screen isn't hurt at all.
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I wasn't all that upset when I first got this PS Vita addition. I was looking for a grip that fit my hands a bit better as any grown-up with a Vita can attest to, the buttons are rather close to each other and managing it can prove difficult sometimes.

The actual setup fits around the Vita nicely and the trigger buttons feel more like a console controller. However, the grips for your palms are not very "grippy"; they are rather smooth. Trying to play a game that utilizes the R2, R3, L2, and L3 buttons on the back touch pad is difficult, so I was searching for a grip that let me hold my hands where it would feel less cramped.

These setbacks were not make or break for me, and it would've received 4 stars probably. However the real problem has reared it ugly face a few days later. The triggers are starting to stick and this is a bad thing when you are playing shooting games... This is why it's been given 2 stars. To me, that's a big problem.

Overall, it fits "well" in my hands and leaves all the ports open for charging, power, volumes, memory card, vita games, etc. so it's not a POS, but the sticking triggers is a real setback. Maybe I'll oil up the actual trigger grips and this will solve my problem, but be aware this is a possibility for you to.
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This item is a waste. A good handheld grip accessory needs to serve 2 functions in order to properly replicate the comfort of a console style controller: 1) It needs to flare out at the bottom on each side in order to bring your wrists into a more natural position (giving the "wing" shape that we associate with most modern controllers), and 2) the accessory needs to add more thickness to the back of the device in order to provide a better "grip" - giving your fingers something to curve around, thus removing the burden of holding and positioning the device from your fingers, and thereby alleviating fatigue. The PDP PSVita Trigger Grips address function 1, but fail to address function 2 in any meaningful way. The accessory lends no additional thickness to the Vita itself, leaving the system still rather difficult to hold over extended periods of time. Furthermore the trigger function, which is the accessory's primary selling point detracts more from gameplay than it adds. The shape of the new extended triggers is comfortable, but they add an unpleasant mashy feeling that really detracts from the player's response time. I would not recommend this accessory, inexpensive or not.
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I bought a PS Vita recently and this had came along with it for free. Putting the Vita into place is quite easy as it just snap in. But when you actually hold the Vita within the case, you'll notice that the handle grips are so small that there really isn't any point in it. I started to play Most Wanted with it just to try it and about 30minutes in, I notice that my ring and pinky finger are started to cramp up. On normal controllers, those last two fingers would be wrapped around the end of the handle, but in this case since the handles are too small, it can't wrap around anything and playing while having the fingers extended out feels awkward.
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