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[title] Final Thoughts
-[* black] Oculus Touch Repairability Score: ***X out of 10*** (10 is easiest to repair)
+[* black] Oculus Touch Repairability Score: ***5 out of 10*** (10 is easiest to repair)
[* green] Battery replacements are quick and easy with a magnetic cover being the only barrier to entry.
- [* yellow] There are only T5 and T6 screws in the Touch controllers.
- [* red] There is a adhesiv
- [* red] Most of the components are not modular and cannot be replaced with a standard set of tools.
+ [* green] There are only T5 and T6 Torx screws in the Touch controllers, making screwdriver selection seamless.
+ [* red] Accessing the Touch controller internals requires fighting through a thick layer of adhesive.
+ [* red] The joystick, button bases, and battery connections are soldered directly to a board and require soldering knowledge to repair.
+ [* red] Navigating through the tabs, adhesive, and hidden screws is not intuitive and could result in damage during disassembly.