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This Amazon Bestseller is An Absolute Must-Have for Anyone Who Owns a Nintendo Switch

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There are no two ways about it: kids are hard on stuff, even when they don’t mean to be. Whether they’re breaking it or losing it, nearly everything that comes into a kid’s hands is in peril at some point. That’s bad enough when it’s, say, your favorite tube of lip balm or that cheap plastic toy they got in a kids’ meal somewhere — but when it’s an entire video game system, damage or loss is a whole different ballgame.

Enter the BOOGIIO Nintendo Switch carrying case . Gamers on-the-go can haul the Switch and accessories on car trips or to friends’ houses without compromising its safety. The outer hard EVA shell provides durable protection from drops, dents, and scrapes, and the soft inner lining makes sure the screen is scratch-free. The large capacity storage space fits a Nintendo Switch console with JoyCons attached (no removing them just to fit them in the case!), extra JoyCons, and chargers, with an elastic strap to keep everything firmly in place. There’s also room to store 10 Nintendo Switch game cartridges or SD cards. It keeps all your kids’ goodies together in one convenient and protective spot, and every parent can appreciate the value of that. 

Over 1,000 Amazon reviewers give this a solid 4.8 out of 5 star average, saying it’s “very sturdy and well-made,” that it “exceeded expectations,” and — our personal favorite, and the one that’s got us clicking add to cart — “durable enough to withstand an 8-year-old.” Um, SOLD!

Even better, though? Right now there’s a coupon for a whopping 50 percent off. That’s right: FIF. TY.

 

 

 

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With a deal like this, there’s never been a better time to protect your investment — because kids aren’t careful with their stuff until they start paying for it themselves.

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