Game Boy Advance Buttons

Game Boy Collection by Hand Held Legend

$4.99 USD Sale price

Regular price $4.99 USD

Upgrade your Game Boy Advance with new colored buttons. These sets are injection molded and include all major buttons. LED cover piece not included.

**NOTE: SFC buttons for our current batch have Red B and Yellow A buttons. Very sorry for any inconvenience.**

  • A/B button
  • R/L trigger
  • D-pad
  • R/L edging
  • ABS durable plastic
  • 7 colors
  • Does not include LED cover for shell
  • *Compatible with aftermarket shells*
  • *Will not work with original (OEM) shells*

Upgrade your Game Boy Advance with new colored buttons. These sets are injection molded and include all major buttons. LED cover piece not included.

**NOTE: SFC buttons for our current batch have Red B and Yellow A buttons. Very sorry for any inconvenience.**

  • A/B button
  • R/L trigger
  • D-pad
  • R/L edging
  • ABS durable plastic
  • 7 colors
  • Does not include LED cover for shell
  • *Compatible with aftermarket shells*
  • *Will not work with original (OEM) shells*

Customer Reviews

Based on 27 reviews
56%
(15)
22%
(6)
4%
(1)
7%
(2)
11%
(3)
M
M.
God awful. Not a single usable piece in this kit. (Blue Kit)

TLDR: Kit is not usable if you want anything near OEM feel. I would only purchase if they were being used in a display piece

Cons:
- A & B Buttons had significant flashing on the inside posts that required trimming. Buttons completely unusable if not trimmed
- A & B Button lettering is not in the correct font, and are molded off-center and skewed in such a way that is noticeably inaccurate to OEM buttons.
- D-pad center post is too short, resulting in an extremely soft and mushy feel. Again, unusable
- L & R buttons are just straight up molded incorrectly. Multiple points are inaccurate when measured against OEM buttons. They feel awful and barely function when console is fully assembled
- Side trim has flashing that must be trimmed for OEM L & R to move freely

Pros
- Power slider functions without issue
- Color is accurate to displayed image

We have provided access to higher quality buttons here in our prestige line:
https://handheldlegend.com/collections/game-boy-advance-gba/products/game-boy-advance-prestige-buttons-1

Please be sure to check them out.

C
C.A.
GBA Grey Buttons

These new buttons fit perfectly and are much more responsive!

A
A.C.
Pretty good honestly.

No real complaints here other than I bought the Blood Crystal ones which I thought would be a bit lighter than they ended up being. They look almost black next to the silver shell I bought to go with them. I guess they feel a bit... grainy compared to the originals, a bit more textured I guess. Other than that I see no problems here, after setting everything up playing games with them feel just fine. Also the little metal parts in the L/R buttons fell out a bit too easy, not the biggest issue in the long run once I got them in.

G
G.L.
Just use your original buttons

When I bought everything to pimp my gba I went with these because I like and orange and black combo, but that is sadly NOT what I ended up with, I tried using my new membranes with these new buttons, and I tried my old membranes with the new buttons, either way, it felt mushy and more like mashed potatoes. Then it came time to do the little side pieces and the R and L buttons, let me be the first to say it made what should've been a one and done situation into over an hour and a half stressful period of my life, not just that but I decided to resort to my original A and B and R and L buttons because it didn't feel like watered down mashed potatoes, and the R and L buttons actually frickin' fit into the shell, trust me either use your own buttons or find aftermarket buttons elsewhere.

R
R.C.
Great

Great quality

L
L.
Super inconsistent and low quality

Quality on these is just terrible. Half of the buttons use the wrong font for the letters. The other half uses the correct font but of course don't match the ones with the wrong font. The A & B buttons also have crooked/off center labels. The shoulder buttons are huge burs on them that I had to shave down otherwise they would get stuck or not even actuate the switch when you pressed them, and the side pieces didn't fit without shaving down the burs. The d pad doesn't look quite like the original but that's so minor that it doesn't really matter so I guess that's nice.