Cyberslide Pads / Analog Pad Covers

Discussion in '3DS - Console, Accessories and Hardware' started by Keo-Spin1080, Dec 9, 2012.

  1. Keo-Spin1080
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    I find the C-pad slippery and I just got my 3ds yesterday. Anyone know where to get ahold of these elusive accessories? Or anything similar?

    Original thread here: http://gbatemp.net/threads/3dss-analog-stick-rubber-replacement.333246/

    Additional info: http://nintendo3dsblog.com/better-circle-pad-grip-with-the-cyber-slide-pad-cover/

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    JPN Shop (Sold Out): http://home.cybergadget.co.jp/products/4544859011931.html

    Tried Amazon and eBay...no dice :angry:

    EDIT: Really??? No one on here knows anything about this inch long piece of plastic? Pfft!!! Never thought i'd see the day an inch long piece of plastic beat us tempers. Not in a million years :O
     
  2. Dragoon709

    Dragoon709 GBAtemp Regular

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    I was just looking at the site you posted and the only one that is out of stock right now that I can see is the blue ones. All the others are in stock, albeit some have very few left.
     
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    Codename GREEN BRO IS BEST BRO

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    I once got some wireless nunchuck unofficial accessory for my Wii. The nunchuk came with a few interchangeable covers for the analog stick. By memory, it seems as though they would fit the 3DS circle pad...I'll try to remember what they're called, though I lost the covers...
     
  4. Keo-Spin1080
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    Thanks Dragoon, i'll see if I can make heads or tails outta that website as I can't understand anything XD

    Codename if you can confirm that wii acc will work with the 3ds slidepad that'll be great!
     
  5. Dragoon709

    Dragoon709 GBAtemp Regular

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    I used Google translate. It worked enough for me to get an understanding of the site to an extent. At least enough that I could see what was available.... sorta....