WaterField Designs Nintendo Switch Slip Case review

WaterField Designs Slip Case for Nintendo Switch Lite

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After soliciting a ton of feedback from the community, WaterField Designs has released their Slip Case for the Nintendo Switch Lite. Having absolutely loved their CitySlicker case for the full size Switch, and the minimal leather Game Card Holder, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on this newest release. I have not been disappointed.

Available in three materials and several colors, there are options for just about everyone. The version I received matches my CitySlicker case and features a black ballistic nylon exterior with a bottom grip of full grain premium leather, and an ultra-plush liner that’ll definitely keep your Lite cozy and comfortable inside. I passed up on the “Luna Textiles” and waxed brown canvas versions but had the team send me out two samples of the Luna Textiles fabric, and must say it does have a really nice texture and is heavier than it looks in the official photos. Almost wish I would have grabbed that instead (available in Cobalt, Crimson, and Slate).

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Magnets across the opening of the slip case keep it sealed

Instead of featuring a flap or a zipper, the Slip Case is closed at the top with pretty strong magnets with only small gaps on either end. The magnets are so strong that it is almost a little annoying to open and I often find myself slipping my pinky finger into one of the ends and dragging it along the length of the case to pop open the magnets. One nice thing about having this sort of opening versus a zipper or a flap is that you can completely charge the device while it’s inside the case.

The inside is lined with an ultra-plush liner so no worries there. You’ll also find two pockets on the inside that are sized in such a way that the joysticks and buttons won’t get pressed by anything inside the pockets. If you own the 20-Game Card Holder you may be disappointed to find out that it does not fit in the larger pocket. After contacting WaterField Designs I was told that they recommend the 10-Game Card Holder, so make sure you snag one of those when you place your order!

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Inside the Slip Case

WaterField Designs is once again checking all the boxes when it comes to luxury Switch storage. If you’re looking for something to keep your Nintendo Switch Lite safe, you can’t go wrong with the Slip Case. Available directly from WaterField for $59!

Do you plan on picking up the Slip Case from WaterField Designs? Let us know!

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