Switch Pro Controller Snapback Module PCB

$9.99 USD
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SKU: NSP1509
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This snapback board for the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller prevents your stick flicks from rebounding and causing false inputs during gameplay in games such as Smash Bros Melee and Smash Bros Ultimate.


  • Compatible with all Switch Pro controllers and ProGCC Kit V1 and V2.


  • 1x Snapback PCB


We have a small collection of generic Pro Controller parts to get you started.
See our shopping guide for all the parts you'll need to build a controller!


  • Install Video for Module on ProGCC V1 and V2.
  • Please see product photos for install on original controller.
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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 4 reviews
    Steven Machek
    Great PCB but kinda misleading resources

    I installed this on my OEM pro controller and it works well, but my biggest issue was that I had a ton of difficulty trying to install it as demonstrated in the product pictures/videos. The youtube short is on a progcc, which doesn't run on a battery, and so it's not possible to put the pcb in that spot and have a battery there simultaneously. I also assumed that I could use some non-conductive double-sided tape to stick it to the back of the main board/motherboard like in the product image, but this also wouldn't allow the main board to sit flush against the back shell and thus made it impossible to put the controller back together. I eventually just put it in the grip like one of the other reviewers did and that ended up working.

    Also, maybe this is stupidity on my part, but I didn't know that they did not come with electrical cables...that kind of slowed down my installation.

    Bradley Karmin
    Pretty good

    My biggest issue with this module is that the capacitor is simply not strong enough for a lot of controllers. SnapBack on switch pro controllers can be really bad. I’d like to see a version where the strongest switch is at least 1uF for those. Otherwise, easy enough to install despite the tight fit in the controller, and super easy to use!


    A+ but answer your questions.

    Works as advertised, not hard to install.

    I purchased this for SSBU, as the snapback was getting bad enough where I was choking a lot of inputs. I picked this up, followed a guide for opening the controller on iFixit and had this done in about 30 minutes, tops. Along with that, this was my first soldering job, so the difficulty curve is very low for this. You can see in my photo attached where I stuck the mod.

    I've only been testing the controller with the mod installed for about 1 hour, but results seem satisfactory to me. No complaints so far. I recommend this.

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