Pros durable, precise, wireless, feels great when playing
Cons It could be a bit cheaper
Summary I hate wires, When I got my PS2 some time ago I was desperate to get a efficient wireless controller and about a year ago I bought these Logitech wireless controllers and they are the best, they are actually better than the PS2 original ones. It has the right weight, the buttons are great, it's very durable and the batery life it's fair enough. I definately recommend this controllers to all PS2 owners.Updated
This Logitech controller is the BEST controller for PS2 I've ever had.
I have it for almost two years and it never failed or crashed, before this one I had an Pelican Cordless controller that broke just after I bought it. If you are envy of the PS3 cordless controller, don't. This Logitech is really one you must have for your PS2.
Pros There's not a ton to say, but the controller is the ONLY wireless controller for the PS2 I've ever found that actually "works", meaning that it does EXACTLY what you tell it to do. There's no lag time, no glitches.
Cons The review from CNET says that the power on the controller shuts off after a short time to conserve battery life. But for some reason, mine doesn't seem to do that. Mine eats the batteries. I don't know why. =(
Summary The ONLY problem I have with the controller is the fact I have to take the batteries out every time I'm not playing to keep them from being dead the next time I go to play. I'm trying to find out if anyone has that same problem, might just be I have a faulty controller. But the controller works incredibly. I wouldn't trade it for ANY other controller. I like it so much better than any wired controller I've ever had. I'd say that if you're not using THIS controller, then you're suffering in some way in your gaming experience or gameplay. If it's not a cord dangling across your floor, then it's a faulty wireless controller.
Pros Wireless, vibration on or off button, auto turn off, long battery life, fits right on hand.
Cons Price is high, L2 or R2 button tend to get stuck after long use.
Summary Overall, it is a great controller, it is wireless and even have great vibration, and most importantly, it is comfortable to hold.
Pros Have had mine one & half year
Cons The buttons are starting to stick
Summary I've tried at least five other cordless they don't even rate in dependability. I plan on buying two more soon. Because my current is wore out. I mean I've dropped it at least 10 to 15 times over the past and it's still stepped up and won the game.
"Best of the Best"on by Gambit3le
Pros Works Better than a Standard PS2 controller, more Ergonomic.
Cons Slightly less vibration, not really all that much of a con.
Summary I wanted a wireless controller for my PS2. I tried three different controllers. The first one was a pelican. It lacked precision, and it felt weird to hold.
The second one was some Nerf wrapped thing. Not a fan of this controller either, very strange shape, squishy, and lacking precision in control.
The Logitech was the best, it has the most responsive buttons and the best balance of any controller I've used. As a bonus, it does not really eat batteries. I bought a set of rechargeable batteries for it from WalMart, they charge up in 8 hours and since it only ever uses 2 batteries at a time one pair can be charging while the other is in use.
I'm not saying that this happens often, the batteries last a really long time before they need recharged. I'd say anywhere from 35 to 45 hours depending on the game I'm playing and whether or not I have rumble turned on.
Without the rumble it lasts about ten more hours.
I like the precision of the controls and the shape of the controller is actually more comfortable for me than that of a regular PS2 controller.
If you want a wireless controller for your PS2 then look no further, this one is the absolute best.