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- Silicone thumb stick grip cap cover for PS3 / PS4 / Xbox 360 / Xbox one / Wii Controllers
- Easy to install - just turn the caps inside-out and then pop over the sticks
- Enhance your gaming experience with these simple concave grip add-ons
- Made from high quality silicon, comfortable and durable; Accurate and sensitive design, enable you perfect playing experience;
- Package include: 10Pcs silicone controllers thumb stick
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BW? 5 Pair/10 Pcs Replacement Silicone Analog Controller Joystick Thumb Stick Grips Cap Cover For PS3 / PS4 / Xbox 360 / Xbox One / Wii Game Controllers (black)
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The only real fault I have with these is that they really don't fit on Xbox One controllers, because the sticks on that controller are so tiny. I ended up buying a smaller, Xbox One specific set of stick caps for that controller, and then ended up sticking these caps over those because I prefer the feel of a larger joystick surface, and in the end I got exactly what I wanted. They also work fine on PS4 controllers, though just be warned that they are not as tight as on the PS3 and Xbox 360 controllers and you may have to get used to not slamming quite as hard in Bloodborne and Dark Souls for those jump attacks. I would still much rather play with them than not.
I have ordered these multiple times and have them on multiple generations of console controllers from my modded Dreamcast controllers to the Xbox One controller that I use on my gaming PC. Overall they're a great, cheap way of protecting your investment while also providing a sense of familiarity across all platforms once you grow accustomed to them, so there's less of a jarring difference when you switch controllers, and with the exception of the original Dreamcast (and the semi-exception of the Xbox One), they fit pretty much any console controller from the 6th gen onward without any modification, and probably a lot of mobile and PC controllers too (I do not have a Steam controller to test them on though).
I bought these in April and am just now replacing the first pair 4 months later! 4 months of HEAVY usage as I play a lot of games as does my fiance so we are hard on controllers. The PS4 sticks themselves underneath these still looked like new and everyone knows that these sticks are horrible and the rubber literally wears away on your thumbs.
These will be on every single controller I own and i've purchased more to give to my friends
I've been a gamer since the NES days. Back in those times with the plastic d-pad you didn't have to worry about this issue and with the N64 with the plastic analog (a memory of Mario party blister fest on the palm) you didn't need to worry about this but now as controllers include thumb sticks/analog that have a rubber outer layer for comfort and grip, they get worn rather fast. You start to see the plastic bottom layer, the rubber starts to flip over and the grip turns into a smooth round slippery thing.
This is a quick fix for this issue, you just place it over the thumb stick and boom, a new grippy analog without the look of a worn down and sad overly used controller.
It takes about a week to get used to as this adds some height and girth and the grips feel really different due to the protruding grip pieces but it's nicer then getting a new controller and I have no sliding finger issue. No clearance issues either. It's not quite as soft as the original rubber which feels more like silicone. This feels like a mixture of plastic and rubber but feels it will last a long time
I had two problems with these replacements. Both are deal breakers enough to keep me from recommending them.
1. The bumps on the grips are raised too far up. My thumbs became calloused after only a few hours playing Dragon Age Inquisition. I do have fairly dainty lady hands so perhaps men with more rugged fingertips won't have this problem but I did. As an avid gammer though I've never gotten thumb blisters from R3 or L3 sticks. Button mashing yes but never the sticks. The blisters I got made using the replacement grips actually painful for me.
2. The R3 grip popped off repeatedly. The R3 on the controller we bought these for the grip went over the top of the PS4 R3 sticks rubber. That stick was not peeled off. The grip went onto the stick easily enough with a little wiggling and felt tight. However my husband had the problem of that R3 replacement grip flipping off across the room repeatedly while trying to play Destiny. He is fairly hard on his controllers the way he slams the sticks back and forth but I expected the grips to hold to the rubber of the R3 sticks better than that. Neither of us enjoyed hunting for the rubber piece after it had popped across the room. The goo I used to hold the L3 in place on the clean plastic of the stick itself didn't work with the R3 because the replacement wouldn't go over the goo and hold into place.
*goo = gummy glue that is used in pre packeged items to hold paper onto plastic or metal. I peeled the label from a frying pan I'd bought and used the glue attaching the label paper to the pan. I know it's hard to explain and isn't scientific in anyway but it is what I had on hand at the moment until I could find something better.