CleanLight - Game Boy Advance LED Flex Cable - RetroSix

Color:Super Famicom
Only 8 left in stock!
SKU: GBA1008
Pickup available at 519 Davisville Rd.

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The CleanLight Game Boy Advance allows you to illuminate your Game Boy Advance buttons with a flexible wire-free cable. SMD LEDs come in a variety of colors or in a RGB variant. 


  • Soft on/off feature by holding down the Start and Select buttons
  • Wire-free design
  • Pre-aligned solder points
  • 9 color options
  • LED-free option for customization


  • 1x LED Flex Board



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Our on-line store is open 24/7 and we ship Monday through Friday, excluding some holidays. Most products ship within 1 business day from our warehouse in Pennsylvania USA. Orders will be shipped in the order they are received. Please select a shipping speed according to your needs.

About Us

Hand Held Legend is committed to keeping retro gaming alive and better than ever. Upgrade your childhood consoles with modern tech. We strive for excellence in all that we do and aim to serve our customers well.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Simple and amazing!

Such a simplistic way to completely change the look of your GBA. I'm obsessed with the way it turned out and with zero soldering skills and a lot of shaking and sweating I was able to make it work! Highly recommend this to a novice modder!

Davonta Badie

The guy's there had all my products shipped fast and in great condition. I will definitely recommend them to everyone and buying from them on other mods

Joshua Palermo
Easy to install, so bright I can use my Gameboy as a flashlight!

It's bright, it's simple to install, it works great.

Simple and Works

Was easy to install and works great. Very bright. I have limited soldering skills and was able to figure it out without issue.

Actual instructions would be nice. The only reference I found to use as a guide was a 45 minute video.

Quick instructions:
Line up board with strip
Solder strip to TP2, TP3, S2, and both shoulder button points on board. Be careful that you don't overheat. S2 is very close to another point on the board, be careful not to connect the two points on accident.

Was easy as that. Retrosix does have the video I mentioned on their YouTube channel as well.

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