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# 250674 21-May-2019 11:17
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Anyone looking to offload an Xbox One and/or PS4 controller?  I'd like to have a spare controller for each of my consoles for remote play so I don't have to keep pairing back and forth when I use the main controller.  


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  # 2242212 21-May-2019 11:28
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  # 2242315 21-May-2019 13:02
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Thanks, $60 is a bit steep for a 2nd hand, I may as well get a new one since it's only $25 more. 

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  # 2242328 21-May-2019 13:26
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no worries,

 

 

 

this one isnt $85 btw

 

 

 

https://pricespy.co.nz/product.php?p=4254964


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  # 2242360 21-May-2019 14:25
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If its just the hassle of pairing then id suggest to just plug in a cable so you dont have to re-sync. This is assuming you’re not playing on a couch remotely.

Current gen controllers, that don’t look like they’ve been chewed on by the dog, are still relatively expensive. You can blame Sony/MS as its a form of revenue.



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  # 2242374 21-May-2019 15:03
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Thanks for the suggestion, it's not relevant to this thread as I only want to use them wirelessly.

I found I had some spare FlyBuys so grabbed an Xbox controller for free. Just need the dual shock now. If I can't find a 2nd hand for a reasonable price I'll just buy new.

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