The Xbox Elite Series 2 wireless controller is down to $149.99 at B&H. This is such a unique price that you actually have to add it to your cart to even see the deal, which is not something B&H usually does even on big sales. The price is $30 off what the controller normally sells for and $10 lower than previous deals we've seen from Amazon and Costco. The Costco one is still live, but it requires you to be a member and it's still not as good as this.

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Xbox Elite Series 2 wireless controller B&H

Must add to cart to see the price. A great controller for enthusiast gamers that want absolute precision and total customization. It has interchangeable thumbsticks and paddles, limitless customization, and a 40-hour battery life, plus more.

$149.99 $180.00 $30 off

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The Series 2 is one of the most advanced controllers ever made. It is incredibly customizable. The hardware includes new interchangeable thumbsticks and paddle shapes. You can adjust the tension on the thumbsticks to your liking. It also features shorter hair trigger locks and a wrap-around rubberized grip.

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Plus you'll find customization you can dip deeper and deeper into through the Xbox Accessories app. It includes incredibly nuanced options like accentuation curve controls that let you get your gaming experience absolutely perfect. It also has a rechargeable battery that lasts up to 40 hours and comes with a unique charging dock. You'll also be able to use Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, or the included USB-C cable to play on Xbox One or your Windows 10 PC.

The Series 2 gets 4.5 stars out of 5 and a The Best badge from our Windows Central review. Jez Corden said the controller's biggest weakness is its price, so at least today's deal helps you out with that. The review adds this controller "might be the best controller ever made" with "premium quality, premium features, and premium convenience."

After the controller released, it turned out there were some hardware issues that seem to be persistant. Microsoft has acknowledged them, though, and the Elite Series 2's advanced warranty should cover any issues.

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