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Wireless Controller 2.4G Compatible with Sony Playstation 2 PS2 (Pink)

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8 Action buttons with pressure sensitivity Twin analogue sticks and directional thumb-pad
Built-in Twin Shock with 2 force feedback. Optimized performance for every game.
Controller Wireless Receiver Included. Requires 2 AAA batteries (not included)
Third-Party Product. not made by Sony,One year warranty.
Color:Pink.High-gloss mirror material appearance.

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Color:Pink Features
State of art 2.4GHz wireless technology, no more tangled cord.
Use 2 AAA Batteries (not included)
Twin shock vibration
Ergonomic Analog Sticks & Directional Pad for superior control
Auto-detect feature for simplified set up
Package includes one controller and one receiver
Brand new

Package Content
one PS2 Wireless Controllers
Four thumb grips.

Specification: Wireless Controller 2.4G Compatible with Sony Playstation 2 PS2 (Pink)

Weight 8 lbs
Dimensions 6.3 × 3.94 × 2.64 in

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  1. librashmibra

    I was very wary of getting this controller due to mixed reviews, most of which stating that it only worked for a few minutes before it stopped working completely, or just not working right out of the box. But it’s the only pink wireless controller I could find, and the price couldn’t be beat. After opening and placing the batteries in, it actually worked. For a few minutes that is. Then, like the reviews said, it just didn’t work anymore. After a few choice words, I decided to mercilessly beat the broken controller with the open face of my palm. Still didn’t work. So I flipped the power switch on and off multiple times while giving it the ‘ol open hand, and wouldn’t you know, the lights came back on and it started working again. Turns out, however, the controller seems to have a power saver feature of some sort that isn’t mentioned anywhere. If you let the controller sit while turned on for a few minutes without use, the lights go out and it’s “broken” again. This is easily fixed for me by pressing the “START” and “SELECT” buttons simultaneously, which again, isn’t mentioned anywhere. I figured that out on accident and no longer have to beat it and hope for the best. I’ve used this controller multiple times a day since April and it still works perfectly. Hopefully everyone else’s will fix just as easy.Read more

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  2. BroBryce

    These are pretty good for people who have a passing interest in reliving the glory days of retro, but for the avid gamer, there are a couple of aspects of these that will absolutely annoy the living daylights out of you. And by you, I mean me, I mean I was seriously annoyed. And you might be, too. First off, let’s be clear, the controllers work nicely. I’m not a “controller snob”, so unless they’re super terrible, I’m usually pretty okay with third party devices. The buttons feel great and the controls are nice and responsive. My typical complaint about these kinds of third-party devices is that the thumbsticks don’t feel right. I really like the feel of these. In all respects, I feel the controls and ergonomics are great. These feel a little light, and thus a little cheap (what do you want? They are, in fact, cheap). This is, in part due to the fact that the rumble is accomplished by a single, very small motor in only one handle. It’s not HD rumble, so there’s subtlety to the vibration. It’s also a kind of cheap plastic, but it doesn’t mean they won’t outlast you. These use AAA batteries, so they’re not some kind of internal rechargeable device. Not having a charging circuit means it’s cheaper to make and buy. These got hours and hours of play time from the batteries, which are not included with these. It means you’ve got to have batteries around for these (which you’re wise to take out when you’re not playing), but it also means you won’t have a hard time finding a replacement, so, plusses and minuses. Get some Eneloop AAA batteries if you want to “go green” so to speak. I just used cheap Harbor Freight batteries, which worked great. Now for the annoying stuff. First off, the controllers will just arbitrarily choose a receiver to pair to. And, depending on how you have your PS2 situated, you might not know you’re plugged into the wrong one until you’re into your game and your controller doesn’t work. Example, you’ve got your orange receiver in slot one, and the blue one in slot 2, and you turn on your ps2, sit down and pick up your orange controller, thinking it’s player 1, right? But exactly half the time, it will pair up to the other receiver. And if your system is located, say, behind your TV, or anywhere you can’t see the lights on the ends of the receivers. The solution is simple, you just keep turning off the controllers over and over until they pair up to the right ones, or you sacrifice playing with your favorite color and trade controllers with your wife. This is not a total deal breaker, but I’d be lying if I said it didn’t get me really peeved more than once. At worst, you’ll wear out your power switches (cheap, maybe frail things, really) quickly, from trying to pair up to the right receiver. At best, you’ll get that itchy scratchy reminder every time you have to reach for the other controller once GTA is booted up. The final annoying factor, and this one’s a doozy. Your controllers time out in a few minutes of inactivity. Oh, but it doesn’t stop there. If you’re unfortunate enough to have set your controller down for a break while you slug down a few slices of pizza, you’ll not only have to “turn it off and back on again” when you get back, but you’ll have to turn it off for an undefined amount of time. Maybe a couple of minutes, maybe long enough to eat the rest of the pizza. Then you go turn it back on, and maybe it comes on, or maybe you call it a night and come back tomorrow. This one was a deal-breaker for me, as I’m not just a casual gamer. So, in summary, if you like to play your game for a little while, turn off your system and put it away for another week or month or year, these are going to totally knock it out of the park for you. They’re great when you’re actually playing. But if you’re more than a passing gamer, or if you’re a faithful retro enthusiast, you’ll be annoyed to pieces by these things, just because of the pairing mismatches and the timeout issue. That will kill these for you. So, you’ll either love these, or you’ll hate them.Read more

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  3. Kerry

    Used for my PS2, allowed me to use wireless. One thing I know, the controllers operate on the same frequency. They’ll quit if they’re left connected to the system at the same time. It’s best to use one wired controller and one wireless, or install them individually and tune them to the system.Read more

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  4. Aaron

    This would be a 5-star review, if not for two criticisms. First–there are inaccuracies in the product images/description. The face buttons (Square, X, circle, triangle) bear a different graphic than the one pictured, and the description lists that it would include 4 thumbstick covers when I only received two. These are very minor and I personally don’t care about them, but they also aren’t really okay and may be important to someone. Second–the L2 and R2 buttons are INCREDIBLY noisy and generally feel awful. All of the other buttons are good enough or even pleasant considering the price point, but those two particularly are the worst mix of uneven feedback and absurdly loud clicking. They’re also incredibly loose compared to all other buttons. L1 and R1 have some similar issues, but because of their smaller size and quieter clicks I find them to be tolerable. I am also experiencing some slight noise with my right thumbstick which the left does not have. Overall I am pleasantly surprised by this controller. It worked perfectly straight out of the box, and feels better in the hand than I expected from glossy plastic. It’s still glossy and plastic, but the body of the controller is surprisingly solid–no creaking, crunching, or other unhappy noises even when deliberately stressing it in reasonable game play circumstances. Obviously, don’t throw this thing or stomp on it if you want it to survive a while. If anything dramatically changes in the coming time using this controller, I will come back and update this review with what happened! Update 2/14: We’ve started to have some issues with the D-Pad jumping buttons in menus randomly. Removing the batteries from the controller and unplugging and reconnecting the receiver seems to have fixed these for the moment, so give that a try if you have trouble!Read more

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  5. D.

    I’ve been using this for 5 months and it still works perfectly. Batteries don’t drain too fast either. I wanted a cute pink controller to match my pink PS2. I might order another one if I buy a PS1. I’ll update if anything goes wrong. EDIT: Almost a year and still going good!Read more

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  6. breezesahara

    controllers are really nice however not sure weather its the controllers or the games but no oe is touching the controller and characters are moving very difficult to play a game when your pushing one button and the character is doing something elseRead more

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  7. librashmibra

    I was very wary of getting this controller due to mixed reviews, most of which stating that it only worked for a few minutes before it stopped working completely, or just not working right out of the box. But it’s the only pink wireless controller I could find, and the price couldn’t be beat. After opening and placing the batteries in, it actually worked. For a few minutes that is. Then, like the reviews said, it just didn’t work anymore. After a few choice words, I decided to mercilessly beat the broken controller with the open face of my palm. Still didn’t work. So I flipped the power switch on and off multiple times while giving it the ‘ol open hand, and wouldn’t you know, the lights came back on and it started working again. Turns out, however, the controller seems to have a power saver feature of some sort that isn’t mentioned anywhere. If you let the controller sit while turned on for a few minutes without use, the lights go out and it’s “broken” again. This is easily fixed for me by pressing the “START” and “SELECT” buttons simultaneously, which again, isn’t mentioned anywhere. I figured that out on accident and no longer have to beat it and hope for the best. I’ve used this controller multiple times a day since April and it still works perfectly. Hopefully everyone else’s will fix just as easy.Read more

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  8. BroBryce

    These are pretty good for people who have a passing interest in reliving the glory days of retro, but for the avid gamer, there are a couple of aspects of these that will absolutely annoy the living daylights out of you. And by you, I mean me, I mean I was seriously annoyed. And you might be, too. First off, let’s be clear, the controllers work nicely. I’m not a “controller snob”, so unless they’re super terrible, I’m usually pretty okay with third party devices. The buttons feel great and the controls are nice and responsive. My typical complaint about these kinds of third-party devices is that the thumbsticks don’t feel right. I really like the feel of these. In all respects, I feel the controls and ergonomics are great. These feel a little light, and thus a little cheap (what do you want? They are, in fact, cheap). This is, in part due to the fact that the rumble is accomplished by a single, very small motor in only one handle. It’s not HD rumble, so there’s subtlety to the vibration. It’s also a kind of cheap plastic, but it doesn’t mean they won’t outlast you. These use AAA batteries, so they’re not some kind of internal rechargeable device. Not having a charging circuit means it’s cheaper to make and buy. These got hours and hours of play time from the batteries, which are not included with these. It means you’ve got to have batteries around for these (which you’re wise to take out when you’re not playing), but it also means you won’t have a hard time finding a replacement, so, plusses and minuses. Get some Eneloop AAA batteries if you want to “go green” so to speak. I just used cheap Harbor Freight batteries, which worked great. Now for the annoying stuff. First off, the controllers will just arbitrarily choose a receiver to pair to. And, depending on how you have your PS2 situated, you might not know you’re plugged into the wrong one until you’re into your game and your controller doesn’t work. Example, you’ve got your orange receiver in slot one, and the blue one in slot 2, and you turn on your ps2, sit down and pick up your orange controller, thinking it’s player 1, right? But exactly half the time, it will pair up to the other receiver. And if your system is located, say, behind your TV, or anywhere you can’t see the lights on the ends of the receivers. The solution is simple, you just keep turning off the controllers over and over until they pair up to the right ones, or you sacrifice playing with your favorite color and trade controllers with your wife. This is not a total deal breaker, but I’d be lying if I said it didn’t get me really peeved more than once. At worst, you’ll wear out your power switches (cheap, maybe frail things, really) quickly, from trying to pair up to the right receiver. At best, you’ll get that itchy scratchy reminder every time you have to reach for the other controller once GTA is booted up. The final annoying factor, and this one’s a doozy. Your controllers time out in a few minutes of inactivity. Oh, but it doesn’t stop there. If you’re unfortunate enough to have set your controller down for a break while you slug down a few slices of pizza, you’ll not only have to “turn it off and back on again” when you get back, but you’ll have to turn it off for an undefined amount of time. Maybe a couple of minutes, maybe long enough to eat the rest of the pizza. Then you go turn it back on, and maybe it comes on, or maybe you call it a night and come back tomorrow. This one was a deal-breaker for me, as I’m not just a casual gamer. So, in summary, if you like to play your game for a little while, turn off your system and put it away for another week or month or year, these are going to totally knock it out of the park for you. They’re great when you’re actually playing. But if you’re more than a passing gamer, or if you’re a faithful retro enthusiast, you’ll be annoyed to pieces by these things, just because of the pairing mismatches and the timeout issue. That will kill these for you. So, you’ll either love these, or you’ll hate them.Read more

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  9. Kerry

    Used for my PS2, allowed me to use wireless. One thing I know, the controllers operate on the same frequency. They’ll quit if they’re left connected to the system at the same time. It’s best to use one wired controller and one wireless, or install them individually and tune them to the system.Read more

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  10. Aaron

    This would be a 5-star review, if not for two criticisms. First–there are inaccuracies in the product images/description. The face buttons (Square, X, circle, triangle) bear a different graphic than the one pictured, and the description lists that it would include 4 thumbstick covers when I only received two. These are very minor and I personally don’t care about them, but they also aren’t really okay and may be important to someone. Second–the L2 and R2 buttons are INCREDIBLY noisy and generally feel awful. All of the other buttons are good enough or even pleasant considering the price point, but those two particularly are the worst mix of uneven feedback and absurdly loud clicking. They’re also incredibly loose compared to all other buttons. L1 and R1 have some similar issues, but because of their smaller size and quieter clicks I find them to be tolerable. I am also experiencing some slight noise with my right thumbstick which the left does not have. Overall I am pleasantly surprised by this controller. It worked perfectly straight out of the box, and feels better in the hand than I expected from glossy plastic. It’s still glossy and plastic, but the body of the controller is surprisingly solid–no creaking, crunching, or other unhappy noises even when deliberately stressing it in reasonable game play circumstances. Obviously, don’t throw this thing or stomp on it if you want it to survive a while. If anything dramatically changes in the coming time using this controller, I will come back and update this review with what happened! Update 2/14: We’ve started to have some issues with the D-Pad jumping buttons in menus randomly. Removing the batteries from the controller and unplugging and reconnecting the receiver seems to have fixed these for the moment, so give that a try if you have trouble!Read more

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  11. D.

    I’ve been using this for 5 months and it still works perfectly. Batteries don’t drain too fast either. I wanted a cute pink controller to match my pink PS2. I might order another one if I buy a PS1. I’ll update if anything goes wrong. EDIT: Almost a year and still going good!Read more

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  12. breezesahara

    controllers are really nice however not sure weather its the controllers or the games but no oe is touching the controller and characters are moving very difficult to play a game when your pushing one button and the character is doing something elseRead more

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  13. librashmibra

    I was very wary of getting this controller due to mixed reviews, most of which stating that it only worked for a few minutes before it stopped working completely, or just not working right out of the box. But it’s the only pink wireless controller I could find, and the price couldn’t be beat. After opening and placing the batteries in, it actually worked. For a few minutes that is. Then, like the reviews said, it just didn’t work anymore. After a few choice words, I decided to mercilessly beat the broken controller with the open face of my palm. Still didn’t work. So I flipped the power switch on and off multiple times while giving it the ‘ol open hand, and wouldn’t you know, the lights came back on and it started working again. Turns out, however, the controller seems to have a power saver feature of some sort that isn’t mentioned anywhere. If you let the controller sit while turned on for a few minutes without use, the lights go out and it’s “broken” again. This is easily fixed for me by pressing the “START” and “SELECT” buttons simultaneously, which again, isn’t mentioned anywhere. I figured that out on accident and no longer have to beat it and hope for the best. I’ve used this controller multiple times a day since April and it still works perfectly. Hopefully everyone else’s will fix just as easy.Read more

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  14. BroBryce

    These are pretty good for people who have a passing interest in reliving the glory days of retro, but for the avid gamer, there are a couple of aspects of these that will absolutely annoy the living daylights out of you. And by you, I mean me, I mean I was seriously annoyed. And you might be, too. First off, let’s be clear, the controllers work nicely. I’m not a “controller snob”, so unless they’re super terrible, I’m usually pretty okay with third party devices. The buttons feel great and the controls are nice and responsive. My typical complaint about these kinds of third-party devices is that the thumbsticks don’t feel right. I really like the feel of these. In all respects, I feel the controls and ergonomics are great. These feel a little light, and thus a little cheap (what do you want? They are, in fact, cheap). This is, in part due to the fact that the rumble is accomplished by a single, very small motor in only one handle. It’s not HD rumble, so there’s subtlety to the vibration. It’s also a kind of cheap plastic, but it doesn’t mean they won’t outlast you. These use AAA batteries, so they’re not some kind of internal rechargeable device. Not having a charging circuit means it’s cheaper to make and buy. These got hours and hours of play time from the batteries, which are not included with these. It means you’ve got to have batteries around for these (which you’re wise to take out when you’re not playing), but it also means you won’t have a hard time finding a replacement, so, plusses and minuses. Get some Eneloop AAA batteries if you want to “go green” so to speak. I just used cheap Harbor Freight batteries, which worked great. Now for the annoying stuff. First off, the controllers will just arbitrarily choose a receiver to pair to. And, depending on how you have your PS2 situated, you might not know you’re plugged into the wrong one until you’re into your game and your controller doesn’t work. Example, you’ve got your orange receiver in slot one, and the blue one in slot 2, and you turn on your ps2, sit down and pick up your orange controller, thinking it’s player 1, right? But exactly half the time, it will pair up to the other receiver. And if your system is located, say, behind your TV, or anywhere you can’t see the lights on the ends of the receivers. The solution is simple, you just keep turning off the controllers over and over until they pair up to the right ones, or you sacrifice playing with your favorite color and trade controllers with your wife. This is not a total deal breaker, but I’d be lying if I said it didn’t get me really peeved more than once. At worst, you’ll wear out your power switches (cheap, maybe frail things, really) quickly, from trying to pair up to the right receiver. At best, you’ll get that itchy scratchy reminder every time you have to reach for the other controller once GTA is booted up. The final annoying factor, and this one’s a doozy. Your controllers time out in a few minutes of inactivity. Oh, but it doesn’t stop there. If you’re unfortunate enough to have set your controller down for a break while you slug down a few slices of pizza, you’ll not only have to “turn it off and back on again” when you get back, but you’ll have to turn it off for an undefined amount of time. Maybe a couple of minutes, maybe long enough to eat the rest of the pizza. Then you go turn it back on, and maybe it comes on, or maybe you call it a night and come back tomorrow. This one was a deal-breaker for me, as I’m not just a casual gamer. So, in summary, if you like to play your game for a little while, turn off your system and put it away for another week or month or year, these are going to totally knock it out of the park for you. They’re great when you’re actually playing. But if you’re more than a passing gamer, or if you’re a faithful retro enthusiast, you’ll be annoyed to pieces by these things, just because of the pairing mismatches and the timeout issue. That will kill these for you. So, you’ll either love these, or you’ll hate them.Read more

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  15. Kerry

    Used for my PS2, allowed me to use wireless. One thing I know, the controllers operate on the same frequency. They’ll quit if they’re left connected to the system at the same time. It’s best to use one wired controller and one wireless, or install them individually and tune them to the system.Read more

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  16. Aaron

    This would be a 5-star review, if not for two criticisms. First–there are inaccuracies in the product images/description. The face buttons (Square, X, circle, triangle) bear a different graphic than the one pictured, and the description lists that it would include 4 thumbstick covers when I only received two. These are very minor and I personally don’t care about them, but they also aren’t really okay and may be important to someone. Second–the L2 and R2 buttons are INCREDIBLY noisy and generally feel awful. All of the other buttons are good enough or even pleasant considering the price point, but those two particularly are the worst mix of uneven feedback and absurdly loud clicking. They’re also incredibly loose compared to all other buttons. L1 and R1 have some similar issues, but because of their smaller size and quieter clicks I find them to be tolerable. I am also experiencing some slight noise with my right thumbstick which the left does not have. Overall I am pleasantly surprised by this controller. It worked perfectly straight out of the box, and feels better in the hand than I expected from glossy plastic. It’s still glossy and plastic, but the body of the controller is surprisingly solid–no creaking, crunching, or other unhappy noises even when deliberately stressing it in reasonable game play circumstances. Obviously, don’t throw this thing or stomp on it if you want it to survive a while. If anything dramatically changes in the coming time using this controller, I will come back and update this review with what happened! Update 2/14: We’ve started to have some issues with the D-Pad jumping buttons in menus randomly. Removing the batteries from the controller and unplugging and reconnecting the receiver seems to have fixed these for the moment, so give that a try if you have trouble!Read more

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  17. D.

    I’ve been using this for 5 months and it still works perfectly. Batteries don’t drain too fast either. I wanted a cute pink controller to match my pink PS2. I might order another one if I buy a PS1. I’ll update if anything goes wrong. EDIT: Almost a year and still going good!Read more

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  18. breezesahara

    controllers are really nice however not sure weather its the controllers or the games but no oe is touching the controller and characters are moving very difficult to play a game when your pushing one button and the character is doing something elseRead more

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