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HORI Game Card Case 24 for Nintendo Switch Officially Licensed by Nintendo
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- Officially Licensed by Nintendo
- Store & organize up to 24 Nintendo Switch Game Cards
- Compact & Portable
- Easy to pop game cards in and out
- Includes memory card holder
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Game Card Case 24 for Nintendo Switch
Officially Licensed by Nintendo.
Store & organize up to 24 Nintendo Game Cards with this compact and convenient Game Card Case 24. Easily pop games in and out. Includes memory card holder for memory card storage.
Officially Licensed by Nintendo. Store & organize up to 24 Nintendo Game Cards with this compact and convenient Game Card Case 24. Easily pop games in and out. Includes memory card holder for memory card storage.
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Since I broke it, I shouldn't return it. So, I broke off the rest of the tabs, and now I have a case that I have to be very careful opening so games don't spill everywhere, and that only holds half the games. At least now I'm not putting ANY stress on the cartridges.
I would not recommend.
This HORI case has a lot of advantages over the card slots for that carrying case:
-Better protection from exposed game card. As you know, each Switch game card has a huge exposed pins in the back. With the HORI case there's no contact between the back plastic and the pins. Yes, there's padding in the back of the carrying case, but friction from rubbing overtime may scratch or damage the game data, or have some fabric on the back rub into the pins which may drop into your Nintendo Switch game slot.
-More secure. Game cards snap into place in the Hori case with no worry of it coming loose. With the carrying case, you sometimes have to lift up and/or wiggle the game card in. Also with extended use, the fabric may expand causing the game card to slip out during transit.
-More Game Slots. Carrying cases I've seen so far have 8 to19 game slots as oppose to 24* in the HORI Case
-Easier to view games. Carrying cases tend to have 3/4 of the game card portrait covered. May not be an issue if you have a few games, but if you have a handful, it may be hard to manage/remember which slot matches which game at a glance seeing the top 10% of every game card i own so far has the Nintendo Switch logo in red on top. Yes, you can pull each one out at a time if you forget, but it's not very convenient. With the HORI case you can see the full cover view of the game card and easier for you, your friends, and family to pick and choose without taking all games out of their slot or simply just mention verbally each game you have.
The only disadvantage I see is that it's a separate accessory and not build into the carrying case itself. Despite this, i think the advantages outweighs this one negative in comparison.
-*Case can technically fit 24 game cards if you do not include the micro SD holder adapter which takes up one game slot. So if you plan to use the SD holder, it'll bring the number of physical games you can hold to 23.
-Game case is very compact and can fit in the palm of your hand. If you own a lot of games, be protective of it, because if you lose it, you're missing out on up to 24 games.
Overall, I'm very impressed by this case. Will be holding my Nintendo Switch library for years to come...or until I fill it up. When that happens I may purchase another one seeing what's in the market at that time
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- El protector de pantalla Premium se despega por debajo jugando en el dock.
- La funda para la consola que tiene una tira elástica dentro que cuesta horrores sacar la consola de ella.
En este caso, el estuche al abrirlo me dio la apariencia de que tenía buenos acabados y, sin duda, el plástico era de calidad y cabían 24 juegos. Hasta aquí todo genial. Los juegos no son difíciles de poner pero para sacarlos tienes que ejercer presión hacia dentro en la dirección que apunta la flecha y levantar el cartucho hacia arriba por el lateral porque, al contrario que los slots de las cajas de los propios juegos o el estuche para cartuchos de Nintendo 3DS, los slots donde van los juegos de Switch son muy rígidos incluidas las pestañas que los sujetan. Pues bien, después de estar un año usando el producto e ir sacando los juegos de una forma ocasional, podéis ver el resultado en la imagen adjunta; se ha creado una hendidura hacia adentro en unos 10 juegos de mi colección. No es que vayan a perforarse o los juegos no funcionen, pero es algo que me molesta mucho viniendo de un producto licenciado por Nintendo y del que esperas calidad y tener un accesorio idóneo en el que llevar tus juegos y mantenerlos en perfecto estado.
Puede que esté siendo muy quisquilloso, no lo sé, pero creo que para los que nos gusta cuidar nuestras colecciones de juegos al máximo, este producto no es en absoluto adecuado y ya veremos si vuelvo a comprar algo de Hori. Acabo de adquirir otro estuche de Power A que según he leído está bastante bien aunque incluya sólo 12 slots pero el material es gomoso y espero hacer una reseña de él proximamente. En este caso aprendí la lección tarde y espero que esta opinión ayude a más jugadores (o al menos a los que sean tan cuidadosos como yo).
However, this one seems a bit harsh on the cartridges. I have read the other reviews who mentioned that but thought that could be their first clip-on kind of cases, which typically need a tiny push or pull. This though is a bit tight, it could be the smaller size of the cartridge making it hard to force it out as easily as the 3DS games, but it can be improved! If you look at my video, you can see that the slot for Zelda and Mario Kart are way easier to pull (note that Zelda's slot was bent slightly upon first use, and then became easier to pull the cartridges from).
I have added a video that shows both, the Hori case for the Switch and the Hario case for the 3DS, the difference is obvious, and you can hear the plastic cracking for the Switch case. Would this damage the casing of the games on the long run? I don't know, it could. I will keep using it very cautiously, besides I don't like any other case that is out there at the moment.
I still recommend it, but if the tightness of the clips worries you, look elsewhere.
But .... It can be hard to get games out i have to use my nails at the side and press inwards for the game to pop out and it worries me that i have scratched the chip board.
The outside tabs that open and close the case are plastic and i think they will go limp one day and not close anymore/
All in all though it's nice to have all the games in one place rather than switching cases to play different games.
The best of it's kind.
Second it is rather compact size being smaller than a typical case (as shown in picture)
Third the parts that keep the cartridges secure, well they definitely keep it secure, maybe too much, slightly awkward to remove but make sure you lift the outside out first
Overall this is an amazing product
This one seems similar, but the slots that hold the cartridges are astonishingly stiff and small, as if they've been sized poorly. Removing a cartridge from a slot is tricky and requires quite a lot of pressure to be applied, to the point where, to my astonishment, I actually damaged my copy of Ring Fit Adventure taking it out from the case.
Really has helped the games in one place. The rule is 1 in and 1 out!