The Turtle Beach Stealth Ultra is a brilliant choice for Xbox owners - and it’s on sale for the first time

A lowest-ever price on the Turtle Beach Stealth Ultra Xbox controller.
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The Turtle Beach Stealth Ultra is one of the most impressive high-end Xbox controllers on the market right now. It’s also just received its first discount, taking the price down to just $185 (was $199.99) at Amazon.

With a saving of $14.99, it’s still a pricey controller but you absolutely get what you pay for. It features a lovely color screen that allows you to edit your controller settings on the go without the need to open any intrusive software, and we consider it to be a very worthy alternative to the Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2.

It received four stars in our recent Turtle Beach Stealth Ultra review, where we highlighted its excellent feel and premium components including clicky, tactile buttons and Hall effect thumbsticks.

Like the Xbox Elite Series 2, the Turtle Beach Stealth Ultra comes packed with a robust carrying case and a convenient charging dock. For a detailed breakdown of the differences between the two products, see my Xbox Elite Series 2 vs Turtle Beach Stealth Ultra guide where we put them head to head.

Today's best Turtle Beach Stealth Ultra deal

Turtle Beach Stealth Ultra: $199.99 $185 at AmazonSave $14.99 -

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Save $14.99 - A modest saving on a superb Xbox controller, but the current lowest-ever price. Featuring excellent Hall effect thumbsticks and satisfying tactile buttons, not to mention RGB lighting and a color screen, the Turtle Beach Stealth Ultra is one worthy Xbox Elite Series 2 competitor.  In addition to compatibility with Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and Xbox One, it works fantastically on PC.

Don't worry if you're outside of the US. Here are the top Turtle Beach Stealth Ultra deals in your region, monitored by our super clever deal-finding tech:

Want some more Xbox accessories? See our guides to the best Xbox controllers or the best Xbox Series X headsets for some top picks.

Dashiell Wood
Hardware Writer

Dash is TechRadar Gaming's Hardware Writer. Before joining TechRadar, he was a print journalist writing articles for some of the UK's biggest gaming magazines including PLAY, Edge, PC Gamer, and SFX. Now, when he's not getting his greasy little mitts on the newest hardware or gaming gadget, he can be found feverishly devouring the latest Nintendo Switch otome.