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ludvig82

Logitech Wireless Controller

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I would like to purchase a Logitech wireless controller. It must be in working condition. I have receiver, so it is not a must, but I understand if someone wants to sell controller with receiver.

 

Colour does not matter, but white is the least wanted one.

 

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