Mocute Bluetooth 3.0 Wireless Gamepad Controller for Android / TV Box £6.70 Delivered with code @ Dresslily

Mocute Bluetooth 3.0 Wireless Gamepad Controller for Android / TV Box £6.70 Delivered with code @ Dresslily

Found 3rd Jan
Good price I thought. Seems to be cheaper than other sites currently. Handy if you got yourself a new streaming stick or telly box for Christmas, and want to play some games on it.

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Main Features:
Wireless Bluetooth gamepad game controller for Android
Can be used when connected with the Bluetooth mobile phone and without any drivers
With telescopic stand
Bluetooth version: V3.0
Bluetooth distance: 2 - 10m
Model: MOCUTE-050
Functions: Bluetooth
Bluetooth Version: V3.0
Compatible with: Android,Android TV,Android TV Box,Smartphone
Connection Type: Bluetooth
System support: Android
Battery Type: Built-in
Capacity: 400mAh
Battery Voltage: 3.7V
Charge way: USB Charge
Charging Time: 2 - 3 hours
Working Time: About 40 hours
Product weight: 0.1330 kg
Package weight: 0.2680 kg
Product size: 14.00 x 8.50 x 3.50 cm / 5.51 x 3.35 x 1.38 inches
Package size: 18.50 x 12.50 x 8.00 cm / 7.28 x 4.92 x 3.15 inches
Package Contents: 1 x MOCUTE-050 Gamepad, 1 x English / Chinese User Manual
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Looks like a Chinese seller to me ?
I own this - input lag is pretty horrible
Can't you just use a ps4 controller instead? Still seems a good price though.
Looks Ok if reliable. I recently bought the Emtec Game bluetooth controller (the one that goes with their cheap TV box) for £7.99 and it's been very good. This is a good price however I don't know anything about this brand.
Edited by: "modelman" 3rd Jan
Nearly bought some wall coverings from this company but it looks spammy as hell. I figured they'd probably look all pixellated and rubbish. I didn't order though, so who knows
A clear design rip of the MOGA Hero Power (pictured below) and likely a fraction of the quality, I personally wouldn't buy it on principle.

Honestly not a bad price, but from my experience with these cheap, Chinese periphirals: I wouldn't trust it as far as I could throw it and there are plenty of alternatives.

Save your money, don't support dodgy business practices.

Can anyone recommended a good pad.?
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