PowerA Nintendo Switch Joy-Con Controller Comfort Grip Red £6.99 at Argos
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PowerA Nintendo Switch Joy-Con Controller Comfort Grip Red £6.99 at Argos

£6.99£14.9953%Argos Deals
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Found 10th Feb
at time of posting 3 in stock in all swindon stores
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Heat added but it’s been at this price at least two weeks now
Also £6.99 at Amazon. Cheers OP, I've wanted to try these out for a while so I may as well with £3 off.
Tbh, I find it more comfortable free handing the joycons.

Sadly this grip isn't a charging one. The brand is rather miss leading "PowerA", wonder if anyone had thought it was a cheap charging unit.
kos1c10th Feb

Tbh, I find it more comfortable free handing the joycons. Sadly this grip …Tbh, I find it more comfortable free handing the joycons. Sadly this grip isn't a charging one. The brand is rather miss leading "PowerA", wonder if anyone had thought it was a cheap charging unit.


Nice copy and paste job from the Argos deal . I have to say that free handing them, particularly with the official battery packs, is very very comfy but sometimes you want a proper pad in your hands.
Edited by: "Kais" 13th Feb
Kais1 h, 30 m ago

Nice copy and paste job from the Argos deal . I have to say that free …Nice copy and paste job from the Argos deal . I have to say that free handing them, particularly with the official battery packs, is very very comfy but sometimes you want a proper pad in your hands.




I was curious on those battery packs. I have rubber grips myself which have a bulk to the back of them.

I've not yet had the need to reach for a game pad with the Switch yet.

I've not even used the grip that came with my unit yet. It looks a tad cramped but that's sat in a draw. I should really give that ago some time.
kos1c20 m ago

I was curious on those battery packs. I have rubber grips myself which …I was curious on those battery packs. I have rubber grips myself which have a bulk to the back of them. I've not yet had the need to reach for a game pad with the Switch yet. I've not even used the grip that came with my unit yet. It looks a tad cramped but that's sat in a draw. I should really give that ago some time.


The battery packs add a great bulk and weight to the joy cons. i haven't used them with batteries in, so I don't know if that makes them too weighty but I don't think it would. Definitely a good buy if they ever come down to £10 again.

The grip that comes with the switch is pretty meh. It is very small and you won't be able to use it for a long period of time. the one listed above is bulkier and much more ergonomically friendly.
Kais5 m ago

The battery packs add a great bulk and weight to the joy cons. i haven't …The battery packs add a great bulk and weight to the joy cons. i haven't used them with batteries in, so I don't know if that makes them too weighty but I don't think it would. Definitely a good buy if they ever come down to £10 again.The grip that comes with the switch is pretty meh. It is very small and you won't be able to use it for a long period of time. the one listed above is bulkier and much more ergonomically friendly.


Oh those battery packs aren't rechargable?
I had assumed they were and that's where the added bulk would be. If their just empty shells for AA batteries I guess I'll skip.
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