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Review title of JakePrice is outrageous for a single button.
$65 for a single button?! That's asinine. The one handed joystick is only $20, which would be reasonable for a single button. But for this price, it would need to be a pack of at least 3.
Review title of MichaelAbsolutely highway robbery!
The price for a single button is ridiculous! I'm a C5 incomplete and I'll need one for every bumper and trigger! Just because disabled people like my would love to be able to play again doesn't mean you've got to rob us. It's bad enough we have to see your commercials in wish we could play.
Review title of JenniferWAAAAAYYYYY TOOOOOO MUCH!!!!
This is way too much money for those who are on a fixed income and just need one button. I could understand if you had them come in a package of 4 for $60 which is more reasonable. Too me it is taking advantage of the disabled.
Review title of CharlesHelpful switch
It is indeed a nice switch and can be helpful to those of us who use it with other assistive hardware. Mounting not as easy as I had hoped.
Review title of RobertEven at the price, they are worth it.
For the people that think this are too expensive, well... This is the price that AbleNet charges if you buy them direct (Microsoft is not marking these up). The hardware ("Specs Switch") is designed in a specific way for a specific use. If you have a 3d printer, some switch/spring hardware, 3.5mm plugs, wire, soldering iron, etc. maybe YOU could DIY it less? Are they a plug-n-play switch for the Xbox Adaptive Controller, yes... Do they work as designed, yes...