The Razer Kishi earns a 6 out of 10 on our repairability scale (10 is the easiest to repair):
No adhesive was used and components are attached with screws.
The controller's relatively modular construction means replacing most components will be a simple task.
One of the most strained parts—the phone connector—is plug-in and easy to replace.
We always say screw before glue. But using two different types of screws—one of them being Tri-point—is unnecessary and a bit annoying.
The most likely-to-fail components—both joysticks—are soldered directly onto the circuit boards, as is the passthrough USB-C charging port.
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