3 great switch controller solutions to look at.

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About $25 gets you a dongle. you can plug wired controllers in, you can use wireless controllers on it. PS4, Xbox One, Wii U, you got it, possibly usable.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07413R4HS/

Still want to spend $25? Last one not exactly your style? Don't mind the grips that came with the system? Want the most useful and versatile grip you can get? At 3k mAh it can charge a 4.3k mAh Switch over half, charge the controllers, and maybe top off your phone. Not only that but you can store your games inside the grip itself, and if all that wasn't enough how would you like to put a cellphone in the top (like an old crappy one) to do your Splatoon or Mario Kart voice chatting on?

If I didn't know any better I might thing it was bigger on the inside.

https://www.amazon.com/Nyko-Clip-Grip-Power-Nintendo-Switch/dp/B072KHSYDD/

Last and hopefully not least, maybe you just want a multipurpose controller, without having to redo your older controllers using dongles. Want something nostalgic but completely usable.

https://www.amazon.com/8Bitdo-SN30-Controller-Windows-macOS-Android/dp/B0748S1VDC?th=1

There ya go. 3 awesome controllers solutions. Tell me if you pick any up. Great for last minute Christmas.
 
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I got the mayflash. It works. Was using a PS4 controller on the Switch. So I can grab one of those $20-30 fight pads and use that for retro games probably. Epic. Take that $70 Pro-controller!

Almost bought the Xenoblade one because it has a little bit more nub at the bottom which means that you can't press opposite directions on the D-pad simultaneously but.... the next day it ended up being $100 when the day before it was $80 lol.
 

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I got the mayflash. It works. Was using a PS4 controller on the Switch. So I can grab one of those $20-30 fight pads and use that for retro games probably. Epic. Take that $70 Pro-controller!

Almost bought the Xenoblade one because it has a little bit more nub at the bottom which means that you can't press opposite directions on the D-pad simultaneously but.... the next day it ended up being $100 when the day before it was $80 lol.
I like my Pro Controller, but this is a damn good alternative.
 
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I like my Pro Controller, but this is a damn good alternative.
I just can't justify that much money for like the 4 games I own, and if I play multiplayer I might have to give them that controller instead because it's not fair for me to have the best controller on a game I play more than they do... I also grabbed the Power A one for like $20. $70 for the Pro controller is too much especially when the joypad is going to get updated at some point (the Xenoblade D-pad is slightly better) so I might as well wait in case they release something new that strikes my fancy.

Plus the Mayflash works with PC, and mine came with a UBSC to USB A adapter so I can plug all sorts of things into the switch on the go now, including keyboards.