The Nintendo Switch is a great on-the-go console (or simply room to room), but also very vulnerable. It's thin, lightweight and has a great screen that can easily be damaged. We looked at the best Nintendo Switch cases to protect your beloved console from damage.
Each of these cases protects your Nintendo Switch in a variety of ways, from masking the screen to protecting the outside of the device's scratches and bumps. There is usually room for a few accessories and a few toy cars, so you can just pick up the bag and get started.
Let's take a look at the best picks.
Best Padded Slim Case: Tomtoc Ultra Slim Carrying Bag (US $ 21
The ultra-slim Tomtoc carry-on bag looks like a typical slim bag (albeit a bit more elegant ), however, inside hides a superior protective layer than you'll find in the most slender cases. Underneath the molded shell is a layer of whipped foam that prevents your switch from getting a hard blow if dropped.
Despite the extra padding, it's also a very slim and lightweight case that can easily be thrown into your pocket or taken along over the wrist strap. It is also splash-proof and has a sturdy zipper, so the design has no weaknesses.
Unfortunately, there is no room for additional accessories like the Switch docking station, but there is a compartment for storing 10 game cartridges. You can take away a lot of your games collection when traveling.
Best for carrying anything: Zadii Hard Case (32 USD)
For the time you want to wear Everything that has to do with your Nintendo Switch , is the Zadii Hard Carrying Case. It's a clunky attache-style bag with room for console, dock, power adapter, Joy Con grips, Joy Con straps, HDMI cable, Nintendo Switch Pro controller and 21 game cards. That should be enough for most users, right?
The case is made of high-quality pre-cut foam inserts to ensure that every part of your switch remains safe and secure while in motion. The shell itself is of the type hard shell, so you are protected from falls.
A shoulder strap and non-slip grip complete the sophisticated design, so you can wear your heavy-duty bag (with your switch-safe inside) in comfort.
Best Shoulder Bag: PowerA Everywhere Shoulder Bag (35 USD)
A shoulder bag always looks good, and that's the case with the PowerA Everywhere shoulder bag. It is decorated with the Nintendo Switch logo and fits well with all other luggage thanks to its gray and elegant exterior.
Inside there are well designed compartments with enough space for your console and numerous accessories (including docking station) and power cords) as well as playing cards. In general, it is unlikely that you run out of space here, as the compartments also offer Velcro walls, similar to premium camera bags, so you can reconfigure them to suit your needs.
There's also a detachable, portable case for your switch, which you can use to easily take it out of your pocket while protecting it with this smaller bag. Clever, huh?
Best Lightweight Suitcase: Orzly Carrying Bag (12 USD)
More than a few of us here at Review Geek own the Orzly Carrying Bag because of what a great value is it. It's super light and offers a solid amount of protection at a reasonable price. It's not as spacious as some of our other picks, but it has space for the console, cables, games, and even additional joy cons. There's no room for larger accessories like the Pro Controller or a dock, but it should be more than enough for the needs of many people.
A hard EVA shell protects everything from falls or bumps, while a soft inner material protects the switch from bumps. The elastic straps are great for opening the case upside down or at an unusual angle – do not worry that it will unexpectedly fall out. You can even plug the switch into the lower compartment of the case and play from there if you need extra protection or a flat surface to play with.
With a wrist strap you can carry it around as easily as a small briefcase. It is ideal for a variety of different situations.
Best Novelty Case: Funlab Travel Bag (34 USD)
Especially great for kids and kids at heart, the Funlab travel case looks like Mario when Mario gets a little bruised and was pretty headless. Okay, the suitcase should look more like Mario's clothes than anything else, and that's a good case as well.
Inside there is room to house everything. Console switch, dock, power cable, joy-con grips, straps, HDMI cable and 14 game cards. The pre-cut foam protects everything, so there is a pocket with a hard shell outside for every occasion, which is sure that it will not be damaged even when dropped or knocked.
Apart from the new design is a solid small case. Everything is well organized and unlikely to damage anything contained in it. Elastic bands ensure not only net bags but also order.
A shoulder strap and denim grip make it easy to carry.