Wired controller S-type for Xbox Original compatible gamepad microsoft - Black | ZedLabz

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- Compatible third party wired controller for use with original Xbox consoles.
- Analogue controller thumb sticks
- Vibration Feedback function
- 1.8M (6FT) cable length - No breakaway cable required.
- Features 6 action buttons, left and right trigger buttons & Memory expansion slots


Enjoy improved game play on your original Xbox console with this compatible slim controller.

The controller is significantly smaller than the original release fat controller.

Get right into your gaming with the vibration shock feature and turn with precision using the analogue thumb sticks, an ideal replacement or spare controller.

All buttons are an identical layout to official original Xbox slim controllers.

A 1.8m cord length provides sufficient distance from your console and TV to be comfortable.

No breakaway cable is required, the controllers plug directly into your console.
Platform Microsoft Xbox
Colour Black
Manufacturer ZedLabz
EAN 5060276723824
SKU 400674
Weight 290g

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Keith Brown
Works only barely

I'd only use this pad to test stuff operates rather than actual gameplay.

Notably, the left stick can't decide if it's drifting or has a massive dead zone, making fine movement impossible.

The buttons vary in tactile feeling and travel, and the dpad feels mushy.

They work, but not nice enough that I'd want to play a long session with them, but they'd work to test inputs.