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Joy-Con Lock Buckles, Cochanvie Metal Lock Buckles with Screwdrivers Repair Tool Set for Nintendo Switch NS Joy-Con (4*Buckle + 1*Y Screwdriver + 1*X Screwdriver)

2.9 out of 5 stars 5 ratings

Price: $8.99
In stock.
$6.10 delivery: 29 March - 8 April
Fastest delivery: 17 - 24 March
Ships from and sold by Cochanvie-AU.
  • Suitable for someone who has skilled hands-on ability, we are not responsible for any damage to the switch during repair work.
  • Metal buckles locks tightly the metal rails on the console, it would not let grips slid off while using the console.
  • You could DIY repair the loose nintendo switch joy-con grips with these tools
  • Original lock buckles are plastic and easily damaged, we recommend these metal alloy joy-con latches to anyone who has the trouble with joy-con latching.
  • ONLY 4*metal locks and 2*Screwdrivers included. If you need instruction video for reference, please contact us.

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Product details

  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
  • Package Dimensions : 10.6 x 7.4 x 1.2 cm; 20 Grams
  • ASIN : B07C2TCPYQ
  • Customer Reviews:
    2.9 out of 5 stars 5 ratings

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Product description

We think you must meet the issue while playing game of "Breath of the Wild", your hand makes a bit of force and your left or right joycon slides up once moving, it's really annoying because you end up dying while trying to install the joycon again, here's the solution for you to change this situation.


Why choose our Metal Lock Buckles?

* Original lock buckles are plastic and easily damaged, we recommend these metal alloy joy-con latches to anyone who has the trouble with joy-con latching.

* Metal buckles locks tightly the metal rails on the console, it would not let grips slid off while using the console.

* You could DIY repair the loose nintendo switch joy-con grips with these tools.


Note:

Only suitable for someone who has skilled hands-on ability, we are not responsible for any damage to the switch during repair work.


How to install these Metal Lock Buckles?

1.Use the Y screwdriver to open 4 screws on the joy con.

2.Use the X screwdriver to open the screw inside the joy con.

3.Take down the small iron with the tweezers.

4.Then take the original lock buckle out carefully.

5.Then put the spring into the metal lock buckle.

6.Put the metal lock buckle into the joy con by tweezers and press the spring into the slot.

7.Finally, put back the small iron and the screw. Close the joy con case back.


Package included:

1 x Y Screwdriver

1 x X Screwdriver

4 x Joy-Con metal lock buckle


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