CH Mach II Joystick - DB-9 for Apple IIC
CH Mach II Joystick - DB-9 for Apple IIC
CH Mach II Joystick - DB-9 for Apple IIC
CH Mach II Joystick - DB-9 for Apple IIC
CH Mach II Joystick - DB-9 for Apple IIC
CH Mach II Joystick - DB-9 for Apple IIC
CH Mach II Joystick - DB-9 for Apple IIC
CH Mach II Joystick - DB-9 for Apple IIC
CH Mach II Joystick - DB-9 for Apple IIC
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CH Mach II Joystick - DB-9 for Apple IIC

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Apple IIc compatible joystick - just plug and play.

This is the Mach II platinum edition joystick from CH Products.  This joystick has been dissassembled, checked, cleaned, calibrated, and tested to be fully compatible with the Apple IIc computer.   Just plug and play!

As with all Apple products, comes with a 30-day warranty (though you won't need it - the CH joysticks are built like tanks)

This item is vintage and used.  Functionally this joystick is a 10/10.  Cosmetically there are two defects to mention, please see the high-resolution photos attached.  The rest of the joystick is in great shape:

  • Small nick in the joystick's head
  • Nick/cut in the joystick's spring slider (the rectangular slider)

Q: Why are there pins missing from the DB-9 Connector?

A: This is completely normal.  No pins are missing - this is how joysticks were manufactured back in the 1980's and early 1990's.