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I had two controlers with right stick drift. Replaced both. In testing they appear to hold center. I was even able to turn the 'dead zone' down for the right stick. I haven't spent any time gaming with it yet, just the initial 3 minute test. With some soldering knowledge, a desoldering tool, and some thin solder, this was a very quick and easy task. I'll update this review in the future if I find the longevity is not as expected.
EDIT - the sensitivity of these are extremely high. They hit 100% input at about 50% physical stick input. For me this makes the controller unplayable. It was better off with a slight stick drift.
Straight out of the bag they looked fine, different than original but fine. They feel looser and the button clicks different and they honestly feel nice, if only they worked. The tabs lined up well and everything soldered in nicely, then on startup the first stick I put in the left side didn’t even work. Break down try the next one, left right works but no up/down. Great, third times the charm maybe? Nope, total dud on the third. Went to do the fourth but at this point I was angry and ruined the board accidentally. Looks like a new controller for me, not worth the time or money. I’ll be requesting a refund.
I ordered this with the intention of repairing my Xbox controller. The rubber gasket under my 'A' button had torn and the button was squishy. The first one I installed and half the buttons simply didn't work. They felt stiff and hard to press. The second one was much the same, but I was able to make contact with all of the buttons at least, but it was far worse than the squishy button I was trying to replace because now nearly all of the buttons were difficult to push, and the tactile responsiveness one grows to expect was lacking. These are generic parts, I should have known better. My guess is that with the visibly inconsistent manufacturing of the rubber they probably get it right every now and then. I wish you better luck than me.
Very disappointed with this. The tension is too stiff, yet there’s still a bit of wiggle in the center that the original didn’t have. These don’t sit flush on the circuit board like the originals, so you have to shave off a bit of the plastic on the bottom for it to seat properly as well. It’s annoying that I’m going to have to desolder this in order to return it.