There is no shortage of carrying solutions for Nintendo Switch but there is only one that speaks volumes about what Nintendo is synonymous with: the iVoler Mario Nintendo Switch Carrying Case.

iVoler Mario Nintendo Switch Carrying Case

This Deluxe Travel Carrying Case is a nod to Mario’s getup, which is the cute red and blue overalls, and complete with two big yellow buttons. The interior of the case is lined with eco-friendly silk cloth that is odorless and smooth and has slots that are precisely cut to fit the various components of a Nintendo Switch console and more.

iVoler Mario Nintendo Switch Carrying Case has space for a Nintendo Switch, a Dock, a set of Joy-Cons, an AC charging adapter, an extra controller, and pockets for HDMI cable, Joy-Coy straps, and up to 18 game cards.

When inside, the various components of your Switch console will be protected from knocks and bumps, and elements like water and dust. The exterior is water- and scratch-resistant, and it has a so-call “anti-friction lining” that its maker claim “decrease the impact of bumps.”

iVoler Mario Nintendo Switch Carrying Case

Even with the ability to swallow an entire Nintendo Switch setup, the bag is surprisingly compact. The case measures 11.2 inches wide, 4 inches deep 9 inches tall (28.4 x 10.2 x 22.9 cm).

It offers two ways to carry: as a shoulder bag with the removable shoulder strap with a shoulder pad and as a carry bag with a non-slip handle.

The iVoler Mario Nintendo Switch Carrying Case is available from Amazon.com for US$30. U.K. residents will be glad that you can pick up one at 50% off from Amazon UK by redeeming the 50% coupe code on Amazon. The coupe code is valid from August 01 to 31, 2022.

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Published by Mike

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