SquidBox Review

ReleaseJanuary 2022
CompatibilityPS5 / PS4 / PS3 / PSC / XSX / XB1 / X360 / NS / WU / PC
Dimensions9.4″ x 6.3″ x 0.6″
Weight1.21 lbs

Mini Edition

Squidbox Mini


The SquidBox features a fully modular design. Through hot-swapping, you can choose your own switches from the wide catalog of Kailh Choc V1 & V2 switches. The SquidBox comes with crystal red switches by default. Their performance complements the buttons quite well. Punk Workshop buttons are compatible too.

The custom 3D-printed buttons feel good to touch, and there are six auxiliary buttons on the top panel. Needless to say, there is SOCD cleaning, and the two essential SOCD modes are featured.


The SquidBox is handmade and assembled in France. The case provides an acrylic top and bottom, 3D printed mid-layers, and screws. The full acrylic case provides full acrylic for the four layers and screws. With a hex screwdriver, you can disassemble the SquidBox with ease, and the switches are easy to remove if needed.

The printed circuit board (PCB) is provided by Brook. To install the Brook Universal Fighting Board (UFB) along with the Brook UFB-UP5 for PS5 compatibility, desoldering the UFB would be required. As for the USB, it is type-C.


Again, the SquidBox has a layered case with four layers and a clear acrylic top. You can order your SquidBox with custom art if you like. If you would like custom art for it, we at The Arcade Stick have a custom artwork service.


The SquidBox offers a variety of options for those who need a mini hitbox with some flexibility.

  • Modular design
  • Hot-swappable switches
  • Good buttons
  • Customizable art



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