Single Handed Xbox One Controllers

Single Handed Controller for Xbox One

$350 USD + shipping

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Current Turnaround Time:

I am taking the last 2 weeks of August off. Orders placed after August 14th will be built and shipped beginning of September.

Shipping Costs and Information:

Domestic United States of America (does not include Canada or Mexico): $10 cost, shipped via USPS Priority Mail.

Overseas (non-US): $25 cost, shipped via standard postal service. Please allow 1-2 additional weeks for shipping. Full unit value will be listed on the customs form. You are responsible for any local taxes or duties associated with this import.

This is a hand-built product that is constructed upon request. The turnaround time from order to shipping will vary based off order volume and workload.

Warranty and Disclaimer:

One year warranty after purchase, reasonable repair rates after that time. Please email me before returning any broken controller.

The controller is intended for adult full sized hands. Children or those with smaller hands may have issues reaching all of the reconfigured buttons.


This is the newly design 2018 Model of the Xbox One Single Handed Controller which have the following new features.

  • New and improved lower analog stick that doubles as an additional handle grip.
  • New secondary analog trigger that is far more ergonomic than our previous version.
  • No visible mod wires.
  • No visible hot glue.
  • Uses the newest XB1S controller which is Bluetooth compatible for use with non-XB1 devices (PC, smart phones, etc)
  • All controllers are now hand-built by Ben Heck himself on a per-order basis.

How It Works

As before, the theory of operation is to move all controls to one side of the controller so a person who only had the use of one hand can access everything.

The secondary analog trigger has been moved to the lower rear of the controller so it can be actuated with your middle finger.

The secondary analog has been moved to the bottom of the unit and enclosed inside a protective 3D printer shaft, which also doubles as an extended palm grip. For the left-handed controllers it is the right analog that is moved to the bottom (camera movement / aiming). For the right-handed controllers it is the left analog that has been moved (character movement).

The analog stick has a new custom 3D printed cap with laser-cut sandpaper grip on the bottom. The idea is you set this on your leg as you play. To move the secondary analog you actually tilt the controller itself, which in turn moves the analog stick using your leg as a pivot point.

Photos and Details

Product detail photos below. Click on any photo for a larger view.

Note: Typically I build these using white controllers as it’s easier to mark, mod and see things (my eyes aren’t getting any younger).

However if controller supplies are limited (such as during holidays) you may receive a controller of another color.

Right Handed version of the Xbox One Single Handed Controller
Front feature details
Rear feature details
Secondary trigger/analog details
If you find the lower secondary analog “drifting” based off your play style you can adjust these X-Y potentiometers with a small screwdriver to re-center it.
Large fins on the lower analog stick clearly indicate the Up Down Left Right directions for your gaming reference

Left Handed Controller Photos

The left handed version of the controller
Main difference between the left and right controllers is how the ABXY buttons are handled. For the left-handed version those buttons have been duplicated to be in range of your left hand thumb
All parts are 3D printed with colors that match the original controller
Unused sticks and other holes are covered with laser-cut color matching caps
The secondary analog/trigger on the left handed controller


How-To Videos

Setting up the lower analog adjustment knobs using the controller, a micro USB cable and a Windows PC.


Build Videos

I recently documented myself building one of these controllers (right handed version) Check it out below!