Nintendo Switch Joy-Con Controller Pair - Neon Red/Neon Blue
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|Color||Neon Red/Neon Blue|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||5.51 x 4.72 x 1.65 inches|
|Item Weight||182 Grams|
About this item
- The versatile joy-con offer multiple surprising ways for players to have fun
- Two joy-con can be used independently in each hand or together as one game controller when attached to the joy-con grip (sold separately)
- They can also attach to the main console for use in handheld mode or be shared with friends to enjoy two-player action in supported games
- Each joy-con has a full set of buttons and can act as a standalone controller and each includes an accelerometer and gyroscope motion sensor, making independent left and right motion control possible
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At Nintendo we aim to surprise and delight our customers at every opportunity and we hope that our Official UK Store will do exactly that. We've designed the store to be fun, as well as useful and informative, so please enjoy your time here. Throughout the store, you'll find console options for the Nintendo Switch, Nintendo 2DS and New Nintendo 2DS XL. We also stock games for Nintendo Switch, Nintendo 3DS, Wii U, Wii and Nintendo DS, so you should find something for just about any taste.
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By Mary A. Sparks on February 28, 2021
By JC on May 19, 2020
By Vegasmama on January 19, 2021
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This one lastest from March up until the end of September before succumbing to the same problem - a joystick constantly drifting up.
Obviously, the stick itself wasn't moving, but games and the calibration tool would show the stick issuing the "up" command when the stick wasn't being touched. Being the main movement stick in practically every game meant the entire machine was more or less unusable.
Good going, Nintendo. I'm usually proud of your products, but the Switch hardware is clearly using very cheap materials.
By way of an update. This developed the same problem as the original, but within 4 months this time. AVOID, AVOID, AVOID.
I take major care of my switch (being hefty in price) and am frustrated that my fairly new controller is already on the way out. Is there any way I could get a replacement or compensation? Thank you :)
Following a lengthy call to an overseas call centre on which you have to go through all the sales options (even though it is listed as a support line) you are advised to return the controller AND console that was bought separately, in its original packaging to be checked.
If you know there is a fault it should be managed professionally, not using a process designed to discourage customers from trying to seek a resolution.
Tienen justo una semana y empieza a salir el famoso fallo del izquierdo. Ya me ha pasado tres veces en el Zelda, sueltas la palanca y el personaje sigue un par de segundos avanzando. Una pena...