Mini-Review: WaterField Designs CitySlicker Case For Nintendo Switch
March 31, 2017
A good case for a handheld video game system is hard to find. Cheap cases aren't manufactured to quality specifications and inevitably fail to protect your hardware. Many manufacturers only sell cases as part of overpriced, wasteful "starter kits" that require you to buy pitiful accessories you do not need nor will ever use. Heaven help you if you want to sport a professional, adult image with your game console and all you can find to store it is a screaming neon case emblazoned with a kiddie property intended for someone a third of your age. While I'll happily stuff my Nintendo 3DS in my pocket when I go out into the world, the Switch is too delicate and too large for me to comfortably take it around with me unprotected. I haven't even taken it out on my back porch yet, let alone to midnight basketball games and millenial rooftop parties. I need a solid case before I even think about traveling with my Switch, so I was thankful when I read that WaterField Designs (which has a history of designing sleek, reliable cases for consoles and mobile hardware - I'm still using their cases for my Nintendo 3DS and my Sony PlayStation Portable six and ten years later respectively) has recently started selling a case designed for the Nintendo Switch. The company kindly provided a sample CitySlicker case for me to check out and I've come away impressed.
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