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Posted 9th Aug 2019

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I was searching through Amazon for a good grip case for my Switch. This has good reviews and the other colours on this page seem to be double the price

Good Video of this case on youtube as well
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I wonder if there is actually much tangible difference in comfort playing the switch as it is vs in one of these?
Just bought one of these, really good quality
I have the smoked version and im very happy with it. I play handheld mode 99 per cent of the time and its made a world of difference, can play for alot longer without my wrists playing up and cramping up
julian_williams_198809/08/2019 18:27

I have the smoked version and im very happy with it. I play handheld mode …I have the smoked version and im very happy with it. I play handheld mode 99 per cent of the time and its made a world of difference, can play for alot longer without my wrists playing up and cramping up


Agreed
lasuil09/08/2019 18:23

I wonder if there is actually much tangible difference in comfort playing …I wonder if there is actually much tangible difference in comfort playing the switch as it is vs in one of these?

Well... It'll only cost you a fiver to find out You could always check out the YouTube videos on this. That's what I did.
julian_williams_198809/08/2019 18:27

I have the smoked version and im very happy with it. I play handheld mode …I have the smoked version and im very happy with it. I play handheld mode 99 per cent of the time and its made a world of difference, can play for alot longer without my wrists playing up and cramping up


You just sold it to me, Ordered!
Can you dock it with the case on?
Great deal
It can be a tight fit to get the Switch out of the case. Just carefully not to push it out too hard on the controller or you could damage it.

Czubaka09/08/2019 19:32

Can you dock it with the case on?


You can't dock with the case on.
Been using one of these for about a year now and I love it. I really hated the flat back of the Switch, so I bought this after a couple days of having the Switch and never went back. Perfect for people like myself who only play in handheld, but it's very easy to take off if you do want to dock it.
I can vouch, had one for a while, definitely makes the console way more ergonomic. Heat added.
Perfect, just ordered one, I use a silicone grip case on my xbox controller (for pc gaming) and one on my ps4 controller.
Edited by: "Just.Wondering" 9th Aug 2019
I’ve got one of these they are an improvement of not having one but if you have big hands they are still not enough.
Need a bigger grip on the back.
Heat! Just ordered one for myself as the size hurts my hands after a bit so thank you for posting!
back3y3_jr09/08/2019 21:55

Heat! Just ordered one for myself as the size hurts my hands after a bit …Heat! Just ordered one for myself as the size hurts my hands after a bit so thank you for posting!


You are very welcome! This site has helped me so much on the past. Happy to give back 😁
lasuil09/08/2019 18:23

I wonder if there is actually much tangible difference in comfort playing …I wonder if there is actually much tangible difference in comfort playing the switch as it is vs in one of these?


I have this grip case and it's so much better than using the Switch without it, it isn't even comparable. I get real bad hand cramp when using it without a grip case.
Sobski09/08/2019 22:24

I have this grip case and it's so much better than using the Switch …I have this grip case and it's so much better than using the Switch without it, it isn't even comparable. I get real bad hand cramp when using it without a grip case.


Fair. I have ordered one as I did consider getting one when I bought the switch, even though I've not suffered any cramping from playing handheld
How much drop protection do you get from this?
I got one of these about 3 months ago and it really does make the Switch more tolerable in handheld mode if you have large hands. Although it has one glaring issue for people that swap from handheld to TV mode frequently, because it won't fit in the dock you have to remove it to dock it obviously and this thing clings to the Switch like cement, I actually scratched the finish off the side of my Joy-con trying to get it off once. If you play in handheld mode almost exclusively there's no problem.
Please tell me they are making the new switch shaped like this.

Stupid if they dont.
Ordered one, thanks
cas39810/08/2019 03:01

Please tell me they are making the new switch shaped like this.Stupid if …Please tell me they are making the new switch shaped like this.Stupid if they dont.


Yes its called the Wii U. That fits perfect in adult sized hands
I had one very similar as soon as I got my switch. Yes it’s ok to hold while playing. But the fact you had to take it off to place in a case is a no go.
I ordered one of these first.. the corner protection near shoulder buttons make them kind of awkward to use. So I ordered this mumba heavy duty case in black
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Few months later I got another switch, by that time others have started copying the design. So I found this PAKESI one which you can slide the joycons out of, comes with free grips and screen protector and for £11.99 delivered in black..
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Of course I ordered the one in red and my son loves it. Hes dropped the switch many times and it's still working.
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Edited by: "montana78" 10th Aug 2019
Slightly of subject but still Nintendo related.... Anyone know any good joy con pair deals?
I got the green one a while ago and paid double this but have no regrets at all. It is essential when travelling with a 4 year old that doesn't know the value of a switch!. Like previous posts have said, the only downside is that you can't dock it but it's not a big deal to remove it. Do yourself a favour and get the screen protector from the same brand too.
lasuil09/08/2019 18:23

I wonder if there is actually much tangible difference in comfort playing …I wonder if there is actually much tangible difference in comfort playing the switch as it is vs in one of these?



For me, there is a huge difference. I cannot hold the Switch for any extended amount of time without the grip.
lasuil09/08/2019 18:23

I wonder if there is actually much tangible difference in comfort playing …I wonder if there is actually much tangible difference in comfort playing the switch as it is vs in one of these?



These sorts of grip make a night and day difference with the Switch.

The Switch is non-ergonomic, it isn't shaped to human hands at all. After an hour or so of play I develop cramp like pain in my thumbs and wrists. Even without cramp it's a crapshoot to decide exactly where to rest your fingers.

These grips make it like holding a videogame controller. However i've yet to find a grip I am 100% happy with as although they make the Switch more comfy none of them have the build quality of an actual device.
I own this. Paid full price. It was worth it.
I agree that the Switch is non-ergonomic, so I’m hoping this grip will make gaming in handheld mode much more comfortable. Just ordered one, so let’s see when it arrives next week. For £5.00, you can’t go wrong! Thanks OP - heat added
lasuil09/08/2019 18:23

I wonder if there is actually much tangible difference in comfort playing …I wonder if there is actually much tangible difference in comfort playing the switch as it is vs in one of these?


I paid double for it & it's worth every penny imo. So much more comfortable for an adult. My son takes it off (it's his switch), so obv not as big an issue for kids, but for an adult I'd say its a must buy if you play a lot handheld.
lasuil09/08/2019 18:23

I wonder if there is actually much tangible difference in comfort playing …I wonder if there is actually much tangible difference in comfort playing the switch as it is vs in one of these?


Its like a world of difference, it feels like a xbox or ps pad
Just starting out on dark souls, hoping this makes using the shoulder buttons a little easier!
Czubaka09/08/2019 19:32

Can you dock it with the case on?


Just buy joycon grip cases if you want to dock it and have chunkier handles.
Had this but returned as the shoulder buttons were hard to push in this case
Is it easy to take off and put back on since I’ll be docking it on and off?

The last one I had was so stiff it felt like I was going to break the switch each time i took it off also the case started becoming flimsy
Edited by: "hamster20" 10th Aug 2019
Czubaka09/08/2019 19:32

Can you dock it with the case on?


Only if you crack the back of the dock open
Thanks for posting @jonnyboymerritt we have added your thread to the Highlights pages
It’s a great grip the only issue is it can be tight to get the switch on it. I cut the thin strips off that go around L and R so much easier now especially when you want to remove it to dock the console.
hamster2010/08/2019 19:15

Is it easy to take off and put back on since I’ll be docking it on and o …Is it easy to take off and put back on since I’ll be docking it on and off? The last one I had was so stiff it felt like I was going to break the switch each time i took it off also the case started becoming flimsy


This one is super easy to take off and on. As its slightly flexible it doesn't feel like you will break the switch either.

I've also cut mine a bit to fit the blutooth adaptor i have, result!
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