Prestige Silicone Buttons for Game Boy Advance

SKU: GBA2219
$2.99 USD
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A new set of silicone button pads for your Nintendo game boy advance console.
Over time the rubber pads underneath your consoles buttons get softer and not as responsive. This leads to the button presses feeling soft. On top of that, the conductive rubber pads that register a button press get oily and less conductive. This leads to less responsive buttons or non-working buttons.


  • Custom molded
  • Responsive conductive rubber material
  • Can be used with OEM and after market button sets


  • 1x set of silicone pads. (A + B, Select + Start, D-pad)



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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 15 reviews
Daniel Harvey
Best I’ve bought yet

Worked with OEM shell and new shells.

Federico Senese

Game Boy Advance Prestige Silicone Buttons

Very Good

I've read a lot of guides that suggest that you should stick with OEM pads if possible. That might be true if your pads are in good shape. The ones I had were mushy and terrible. These pads were a huge improvement. Very happy with them.

Wimmy Wam Wam Waffles
Top Quality

Super soft nice feel to the touch and doesn't have that weird texture at the surface like the cheap china buttons do.

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Dave L.

These work pretty great, although it seems like maybe the select and start buttons are different lengths in the pair I got. Doesn't seem to affect much -- just a slightly different feel between the two.

Timothy Latham

Work fine, no issues.

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