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PDP Afterglow Controller for Xbox 360 - Red

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PDP Afterglow Controller for Xbox 360 - Red
PDP's Afterglow Controller will light the way to higher scores, unbeatable performance, and an enhanced sense of game play that only PDP can deliver. Each controller casing is built using the best available Poly Carbonate plastic to ensure extraordinary strength, crystal clear visibility to the internal LED's and color coded circuit boards. PDP's Controllers are tough as nails and as cool as the other side of the pillow. Three LED modes let you choose your pleasure - "On" for constant glow effect, "Off" for those of us with no sense of adventure - Why? Lastly, the ever popular acceleration and vibration mode - lighting the room with the vibrancy of a swarm of angry fireflies only when the controller is swung or shaken, or when the vibration motors are activated.
  • Afterglow controller for Xbox 360
  • Polycarbonate plastic
  • Crystal clear visibility to the internal LEDs
  • Color coded circuit boards
  • 3 LED modes
  • On, off, or acceleration and vibration mode
  • Made in China
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90-Day limited warranty for defective goods.
All non-defective returns to be received in factory fresh sealed condition.

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4.0

My Son Loves this One

By Mimi

from Livonia, MI

Comments about PDP Afterglow Controller for Xbox 360 - Red:

Seems to work well, doesn't have any issues with handling. Loves how it lights up. So far so good.

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