Hori Flex


The Hori Flex functions much like an Xbox Adaptive Controller but is made for the Nintendo Switch.

The Flex is a hub that connects various switches that can be arranged in an infinite number of combinations and combined with the DPAD and buttons on the top of the controller.

The top of a Hori Flex. There are 15 various buttons with different icons next to them.

The Flex has sixteen 3.5mm ports on the front used to represent the different inputs on a standard controller. There are also two USB 2.0 ports for external inputs and one 3.5mm jack on each side used for the right and left joysticks.

 A Hori Flex plugged into a Nintendo Switch. A small joystick, red button, and pink button are all connected and placed in front.

There is an app that comes with the Hori Flex that allows players to remap controls whenever they desire.

It works natively with both Switch and PC, although if the player wishes to only game on PC, the XAC is recommended due to the price difference, similar capabilities, and availability.

For the Nintendo Switch, there is no current option on the market better than this one. 

The only place to buy this product in North America is from the AbleGamers Shop. Hori partnered with us to make sure this amazing product is available.

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