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Buttons to fit the Nintendo DS Lite or your SUDOMOD project.
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Just like the transparent shell here these are awful too, i had to cut/chip of pieces to get it to fit properly, the L and R buttons don't spring up it leans on the button pieces itself unlike OEM which will hover slightly over the button, mine came in a little smaller than OEM buttons so they're loose, the power and volume slider fall out of the shell and don't fit on an OEM shell either, the start and select button are 50/50 chance to come in right as for me just one fits nicely.
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These clear black replacement buttons are great! I used them on a macro build, just the face buttons. They look and work great. I will be adding the retroglow to it soon is why I wanted clear black. Just what I needed. I used a Zelda edition back shell with box pixels citrine/gold colored aluminum shell and it all come together to look amazing. Thanks for help finding these buttons here!!
Nintendo DS Lite Buttons
They look nice but not working well in my case. Went with clear green and they look and feel okay but L & R triggers stick badly, D-pad is difficult to press diagonals. Had to go back to OEM triggers as these stuck too badly, these would stick completely depressed and difficult to push back up unless screw tension was reduced on shell. Not recommended for DS lite as the D-pad function is not up to par either on my set. Looks like the middle pole in the d-pad may be longer than OEM which gives a totally different feel and makes diagonals difficult to press.
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After about 12 years of owning my first DS Lite, I could see the amount of wear I made on the pads. The A button was completely obliterated, literally shredded by the years of brutal gameplay. The pad itself had so many rips, it looked like a dog chewed through it. Good thing I got these replacements, they work just as new for me now. I purchased the gold buttons with clear pads for my black DS Lite. Everything went well, and the installation was easy. A couple things I note though, the part for the light indicator was defective. The slots for the clear plastic insert had too much paint and it sort of covered the holes up, and the hinge insert was also a bit crooked, along with the screw holes to also be too small to fit. I did somewhat fix the errors with simply an exacto knife, but in the end I decided that it didn’t seem to be consistent in the overall look, so I just put my old headlight back on. Another little bit were the buttons, they look smaller than OEM parts, but I’m guessing that’s for maximum compatibility. Aside from that, I’d say awesome parts, they really look nice on my OG.
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