This $28 pro controller is just as good as the $70 Nintendo Switch Pro Controller

Maren Estrada

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The Nintendo Switch Pro controller is awesome. It is awesome enough to spend $70 on, especially when you need to buy at least two? Maybe not. Instead of dumping $140 on a pair of pro controllers, check out the DinoFire Wireless Pro Controller for Nintendo Switch on Amazon. It’s comfortable and has all the features you might want in a pro controller, but it’s only $28 instead of $70. That means you can buy two of them for less than the cost of one Pro controller from Nintendo!

Here are the highlights from the product page:

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  • HIGH PERFORMANCE GAME CONTROLLER FOR NINTENDO SWITCH – Supports adjustable turbo, adjustable dual motors shock and 6-axis Gyro motion controls functions. Best 3rd party switch pro controller for Zelda / Mario Odyssey / Splatoon 2 / Mario Kart etc. (Support newest version)
  • ADJUSTABLE TURBO AND DUAL SHOCK FUNCTION – This switch wireless controller supports 3 Turbo speeds: 5 shoots /s, 12 shoots /s, 20 shoots /s; 3 different dual shocks: strong, medium, and weak
  • LONG BATTERY LIFE – Battery life approximately 8-10 hours, the wireless switch controller is rechargeable via included type C USB cable, playable while charging
  • EASILY CONNECT WITH BLUETOOTH – the wireless gamepad controller can be easily paired with switch console; Ergonomic design and light weight construction make it comfortable even for long hours of continuous gaming
  • ※ ※NOTICE – The switch game controller DOESN’T support Amiibo function, and doesn’t turn the Switch on from sleep mode. ESYWEN provides 3-Year warranty and life-time technical support; Any problems, don’t hesitate to contact us

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