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Check Out This Steeply Discounted Zelda Nintendo Switch Controller

PowerA's stylish The Legend of Zelda-themed wireless controller is on sale for Black Friday at Amazon.


While the Switch Pro controller is a more robust piece of technology to have on hand when you're playing a game at home, it's not exactly the most stylish peripheral around. Fortunately, this wireless controller from PowerA isn't just a solid alternative, but also a flashy substitute that Legend of Zelda fans will appreciate. For Black Friday, you can pick one up for $38.49 (normally $60) and add some Hylian splendor to your gaming setup.

PowerA Legend of Zelda Switch controller
PowerA Legend of Zelda Switch controller

Like other PowerA premium controllers, this model works on a Bluetooth 5.0 frequency and has a rechargeable battery that offers up to 30 hours of play time. Other neat features include two mappable buttons, embedded anti-friction rings for smooth thumbstick control, a low-battery warning LED indicator, and an ergonomic shape to make it comfortable to hold for long sessions. The D-pad on this is also quite attractive, as it sports a metallic blue finish.

If you do run low on battery power, you can plug in the controller for a recharge and keep playing with the included USB-C charging cable. Additionally, there are some nice accessories to add to your purchase, like a matching Legend of Zelda carrying case for $14 or you can get one with a more minimalist design for $20. You'll also have a two-year warranty on the controller just in case anything happens during a particularly stressful boss fight against Ganondorf.

You can also check out some other third-party controller deals below alongside other Nintendo Switch Black Friday game specials at Amazon.

Black Friday Switch game deals at Amazon

Black Friday Switch game deals at Best Buy

Black Friday Nintendo Switch controller deals

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