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30mm Foam Washer Silencer For Sanwa/Seimitsu Buttons

30mm Foam Washer Silencer For Sanwa/Seimitsu Buttons

£0.24 (Inc. VAT)
£0.20 (Ex. VAT)
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2 Grams
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  • 5
    30mm Foam Washer Silencer For Sanwa/Seimitsu Buttons

    Posted by col ad on 16th Apr 2018

    not silent but they take away a lot of the noise and give a nice fell to the button press

  • 5
    Soften buttons a fair bit

    Posted by Alan Brown on 14th Apr 2018

    I bought these to use with Sanwa OBSJ-30 buttons (Gold metallic) easy enough to fit, you can remove the button plunger by pressing the tabs with a screwdriver and then these foam discs just drop in (shiney side down). They have little tabs that fit in the holes in the buttons to keep them in position. Pop the plunger back in and that's it! The buttons aren't silent but they are a bit quieter, they also feel softer and more premium. These cost next to nothing so I'd recommend adding them to any order for the Sanwa buttons.

  • 5
    An amazing product at an amazing price

    Posted by Alfalfasprout69 on 27th Jan 2018

    Do yourself a favour, save your marriage and silence your buttons . Your wife wont leave you after this mod

  • 5
    Excellent silent rubber stuff

    Posted by Robert on 28th Dec 2017

    Really recommend to anyone who is looking for something not to annoying members of your family by noisy buttons. It reduces noise very effectively. Personally l think that with them pressing buttons is much comfortable as well. Really recommend again.

  • 3
    Totally inferior to the 'silent' Sanwa foam!

    Posted by Christoffer Almgren on 17th Sep 2017

    I bought a few as a test, and put them on the 2 buttons I don't use. They made some sound difference from original Sanwa buttons, but not even close the the Silent Sanwa foam. The feeling is OK, but not more, they don't make the buttons feel 'numb'. But I guess there is a reason the Sanwa foam and Sanwa silent buttons are always sold out!

  • 5
    Silencers

    Posted by Fabio Spencer on 13th Sep 2017

    Great products and great service as well. The delivery arrived without any problems or defects. The silencer really reduces the noise from button clicks and is easy to install. Would definitely recommend to a friend.

  • 4
    Works like a charm for sanwa buttons, not as much for Hori Hayabusas.

    Posted by Petter on 16th Aug 2017

    The install was easy on both sanwa OSBFs and Hori Hayabusa buttons (although you have to cut the "wings" with a scissor in order to make them fit in the hayabusas) but while I really enjoyed the feel on the sanwas with silencers installed, the Hori buttons which are VERY short travel to begin with got me a bit dissapointed.
    Sure, I have no complaints on the noise reductional abilities on them, but it felt like the travel on the buttons got almost too short. A bit like a "touch button" more than a mechanical one. They're still playable but dont feel as good as they did before.

    With that said, I recommend these to everyone thinking of putting silencers in their sanwas, you get the travel a bit shorter on the button, but the feel is intact.

  • 5
    Perfect

    Posted by Olly on 20th Jul 2017

    I installed these shiny side down as instructed into Sanwa OBS 30 buttons and they fit perfectly. They seem to stand up well to the abuse of rapid button press games and reduce a lot of the noise. It no longer sounds like I'm an angry woodpecker trying to get through the controller housing. Not totally silent but much, much better.

    Well worth investing in spares to keep handy.

  • 5
    Silence is golden

    Posted by Jay on 9th Feb 2017

    Very easy upgrade to add to your existing or new buttons, just a couple of lugs to press in slightly to remove the button head and in these go, they fit like a glove.
    Press the button head back on and no more clicking buttons.
    Works a treat.

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