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[Costco] Xbox One Elite Series II Wireless Controller $209.89

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[Costco] Xbox One Elite Series II Wireless Controller $209.89

Xbox One Elite Series II Wireless Controller is available now on Costco website
It does have a good review on Amazon or YouTube however some people say it has the "button sticking" issue. Consider it's from Costco, warranty would be an advantage.
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Ugh... I didnt think I'd spent 200 dollars this morning on a controller...
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If there was ever a want but don't need for me, this is it.
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I had a series 1. That things was a blast for 12-18 months but the built quality was crap for the price. Started developing rattle, loose/dead zone thumb stick, sticking bumper button, trigger stops adjustment broke.

I would hope all these issues are addressed in v2 but man I was pissed at price vs. quality.
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I am glad I saw this 30 mins to late....Saved myself $200.
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Xbox needs a cheap alternative like the back button attachment of the ps4. I hope Sony and Microsoft bring a similar back button attachment for their latest consoles
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At $210 you could almost buy 4 regular controllers and throw them out when they fail !

Elite products are great but not at any price.
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As much as I enjoy this design, the quality is too low, I've had two warranty replacements for the same issue that many online are reporting (shoulder buttons either non functioning or double pressing and face buttons being unreliable.), and the same issues cropped up almost immediately on the third. It's not "broken" but random double inputs can get on your nerves in menus. Idk if this is a result of SCUF's design or if its all on Microsoft (they licence SCUF designs for the Elite because they have a patent on controllers with built in paddles)

I ended up just using the Series pack in controller because its more comfortable and reliable than the Elite, I agree with @Nev007 they should just make an attachment like the extremely useful Xbox One Chatpad.
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anyone know the price of energizer lithium batteries AAA at costco? regular price that is? thanks
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Have a feeling version 3 is on the horizon because Microsoft has changed the shell slightly. Hopefully they've make the joystick modules swap able so we can easily replace when they wear out.
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Ordered one but don’t need. If anyone wants at cost let me know. Located in Brampton
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tark514 wrote: I had a series 1. That things was a blast for 12-18 months but the built quality was crap for the price. Started developing rattle, loose/dead zone thumb stick, sticking bumper button, trigger stops adjustment broke.

I would hope all these issues are addressed in v2 but man I was pissed at price vs. quality.
yeah, same here. had gen 1 and it was great ... until the rubber started delaminating from the seams etc ...
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WontonNoodle wrote: Get a razer wolverine instead
just don't buy the "base" version. cable is cheap rubber and NOT DETACHABLE + no paddles. even at the sale price of 89.99$ right now it's not worth it.

the Wolverine Tournament Edition though is great. often 99.99$ and a lot more options than the Wolverine V2.
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I have one of the original ones too. Such garbage. The rubber on the back peeled off, the rubber on the sticks came off and Microsoft refused to do anything about it. And I'm just a casual gamer, i wasn't playing 12 hours a day. Such a waste of money.
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JoDragon wrote: just don't buy the "base" version. cable is cheap rubber and NOT DETACHABLE + no paddles. even at the sale price of 89.99$ right now it's not worth it.

the Wolverine Tournament Edition though is great. often 99.99$ and a lot more options than the Wolverine V2.
The Wolverine Tournament Edition is presently $99 on Microsoft store. Do you know if these also develop stick drift like the original xbox one controllers ? 4 controller in the house, and 3 out of 4 have stick drift :(
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This is a really great controller. And I'm a cheap bugger. This thing is absolutely worth it

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