Nintendo 3DS Hand Grip
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- 3DS fits easily in grip
- Integrated stand
- Made in China
- Comfortable design
- Full accessibility to buttons
- Integrated Stand with 3 angles and SD card storage slot.
- Light weight and comfortable design.
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The Nintendo 3DS is the first of it's kind in handheld 3D gaming. But if you're like us, and you want that familiar feel of the console controller, you'll need the Hand Grip for Nintendo 3DS from CTA Digital. With extended use, handheld systems can tire and cramp your hands, shortening the gaming experience. With the Hand Grip for Nintendo 3DS this is not an issue. Whether you're racing cars or playing your favorite first person shooter, the added comfort will help you maneuver your way through games with precision. When you need to rest your hands from all the intense gaming, you can prop up the handgrip by using the integrated stand. The handgrip stand has 3 angles and also features an SD slot to hold a spare SD card. So with the Hand Grip for Nintendo 3DS you can enjoy the feeling of a console controller, and check out your 3D pictures while the grip rests securely in the stand.
Top Customer Reviews
As a stand, it works fine. I'm not sure how often I'll need such a thing, but there it is. System is easy enough to attach and unattach, without feeling like it will fall out when you don't want it to. Doesn't add a lot of weight or bulk. Affordable. The pieces are mostly there for a solid product, so I'm not trashing it too harshly with a low number of stars. I just don't find it comfortable, and without that the rest doesn't matter much.
Thanks for your detailed note.
On typical controllers (e.g. the PS3 Dualshock), we need to access the analog sticks, the d-pad and the XO/\ buttons with our thumbs, while also using the index and middle fingers for L1,R1,L2,R2. This leads to slightly titled hand position.
When we were designing the ergonomics of this grip, we wanted to try different options and come up with the most optimal experience. While the slightly-tilted approach of console controllers offer a lot more comfort, it didn't quite fit well around the 3DS shape. Also, when designing this grip we wanted to ensure that all the ports are accessible with the grip on... so the base of the 3DS had to protrude a little bit out of the grip to allow for that access. So, we decided to make it in a way that adds additional support to the palms while also balancing the weight... thus the grips are a bit wider at the sides than console controllers.
3DS users don't have to hold the unit using two fingers in the back of the 3DS base (as they would without the grip), which can add additional strain to the wrists. The grip hopes to mitigate that with this additional support to the hand posture.
Anyway, in short, I have taken serious note of your review and will send your feedback to our design team for future iterations of the product. We're sorry if you have had to face any inconvenience or discomfort.
There really isnt anything bad to say about this grip. I suppose if I HAD to come up with one, I'd say that its much easier to snap the 3DS into it than it is to remove it. Its a comfortable snug fit but can feel tricky to get off. This didnt bother me as it means its holding the 3DS properly but could be an issue if you plan to insert and remove your 3DS from it often.
Would definitely recommend this grip!