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Get-A-Grip Analog Thumbstick Grip Covers for PS4/PS3 by ScrewyRobotTM
$9.99 (as of June 18, 2018, 3:02 pm)
8 Grips: 4 sets of two [2 concave sets, 2 convex sets at differing heights] each set for alternating playstyles
High quality silicone thumb grips increase traction to prevent sweating, slippage
Comfortably contours to thumbs for extended play time
Boost Your Gameplay
With 4 units (2 concave, 2 convex at differing heights) of grips to make a choice from, every designed to beef up a specific gaming style, you are the grasp of your digital future. Mix ‘n match sorts and heights for a singular, customized set-up, or stay it elegant with a couple of equivalent grips. The Top of the range rubberized silicone subject material assists in keeping your thumbs the place you wish to have ’em – no sweating, no slipping – that means all motion, at all times.
Install and Get rid of with Ease
With just a little raise and a tiny twist, those dangerous boys are compatible adequately and securely onto your controller’s analog sticks. Do not really feel like sticking to only one pair of grips? No downside! Merely pull the quilt off and change it with every other – as repeatedly as you want to!
As a product made for players via players, everyone knows approximately that messy, soul-consuming tearing that our analog sticks undergo after a few critical utilization. Our Get-A-Grip thumb grips utterly get rid of that fear, permitting your PlayStation controller to seem as excellent because the day you purchased it for future years! (Till the canine will get a dangle of it, after all.)
• PlayStation four: DualShock 4
• PlayStation three: DualShock three/Sixaxis
8 Grips: 4 units of 2 [2 concave sets, 2 convex sets at differing heights] every set for alternating playstyles
Top of the range silicone thumb grips building up traction to stop sweating, slippage
Without difficulty contours to thumbs for prolonged play time
Dependable sensitivity for final accuracy
Packaging secures grips, proscribing motion and transport harm