Nintendo Switch “80s Vibes” Old School Retro “Build At Home” Customization Set
What will these Joy-Cons evoke when you build them? The colors of the iconic Polaroid logo? Reminiscence of the classic Commodore 64? Or perhaps the Apple logo from the golden days of personal computing?
Assembling these Joy-Cons is not just a DIY project, but an experience, a memory you can't quite put your finger on. The colors and aesthetics bring a sense of nostalgia, even as you put together a contemporary device. They're reminiscent of something that used to be, and it was so good back then.
Transform your Switch into a retro gaming masterpiece with our "Build At Home" kit for these customized Joy-Cons, designed and produced with all the love and longing for video games in the 80s.
Our “Build At Home” set includes all the components you need to disassemble your existing Joy-Cons and rebuild them into unique, retro-inspired ones.
In the box you'll find the following:
- Our high-quality UV-printed shells capturing the spirit of the golden age of computing.
- A set of buttons, trimmed and ready for assembly.
- Brand new analogue sticks.
- A set of screwdrivers, spare screws and springs.
We're proud to be making everything ourselves, with our own two hands, using only the best methods and parts.
We're super strict with quality before anything is shipped to you.
That’s why every order from us has a 60-day guarantee so you can enjoy your gaming with no worries.
If you have an idea for a custom-made order you didn't see in our shop,
contact us and let us know what you were imagining and we'll do our best to make it happen. It’s the best part of what we do :)
Important “Build At Home” box notes
This listing includes only the parts listed. It does not include any Joy-Con electronics. If you need any further parts, feel free to message us through our chat on the bottom right, and we'll help you with what you need.
We don’t include instructions and taking your Joy-Cons apart can carry the risk of damaging them. Take your time, watch online tutorials, ask questions on Reddit, forums, and other modding groups. If this is your first mod, watch a tutorial twice before starting and plan on around three hours for the build process.