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Reignmaker

adom4 wrote:

Does anyone have the Hori all in one bag? (http://www.play-asia.com/all-in-one-bag-for-nintendo-switch/13/70aw6b?li_medium=default-widget&li_source=LI&ref=liftigniter)
I've been thinking of buying it since i travel semi often & i've been looking for some impressions of it.

I went with the Butterfox case since it seems roomier than most. But that Hori case is on a whole other level of big.

Also picked up extra joycons so I can play with family members, a 200gb micro SD card, and the tempered glass screen protector.

Got my Switch and games from GameStop. All accessories from Amazon.

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JaxonH

The Switch backpack is absolutely incredible. Each pocket and compartment has a logo for whatever item or accessory it houses. 8 Joycon pockets, Switch pocket, dock pocket, Pro Controller pocket, charge grip pouch, headphones compartment, game cartridge pouch, and lots of extra space for even more. You could fit your entire Switch carry case inside too, with even still more room to spare. Room for cords, chargers, you name it.

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Also, I got a black tray from Walmart's website to set my Switch on and the case, so they don't sit on the carpet (makes it more firm ground which is perfect and exactly the right size I needed). I highly recommend for any who have their dock on the carpet.

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Also, I love these cases. I use the Sheika case from the NA Zelda BotW special edition, but PDP sells the other one in their $35 starter kit on Gamestop's website. It's identical, just different design. Even have same round Zelda coin zipper and same Sheika symbol (the symbol on the blue case is on back of the Sheika case). Best case I've ever owned, fits charger, USB C cord and portable battery, plus 12 game cards. Could probably even fit a pair of earbuds too.

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JaxonH

@Nintenerdguy
I'd say look at the pics, because I'd hate to tell you yes it would all fit in then you go and buy it and it turns out that it doesn't. I'm pretty sure you could fit all that stuff- I mean it is a backpack after all, but the binders and stuff you might have to put in the main compartment which is where the switch goes and the dock and the pro controller and all the joycons. Which may be fine but you could always put your switch in a different compartment so that your books aren't directly weighing against them.

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lordred12345

Extragalactic wrote:

@jedisaga I'd be weary of the Nintendo/Screen Protector case, as I've read comments that say you have to put the Switch in upside down in order for it to fit properly - otherwise the Joy-Cons get smushed or something like that...

I heard that too, hence I bought the top rated case on Amazon - Orzly

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jedisaga

Thanks extragalact and lordred12345. I finally found the Nintendo case and I did purchase it. So far, it's not too bad, but you do have to put the system in a weird way. For now, it is fine but may invest in another harder case in the future.

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Regarding screen protectors and cases, I went with the Orzly Tempered Glass one and it's great so far; although I spoilt the first one due to two lint pieces getting through and my OCD made me rip it off resulting in a ruined screen protector (I'm guessing). The second one succeeded; although may buy another pack for spares.

As for cases, the only two I was interested in was the Gioteck Premium and RDS Deluxe versions as they had the grooves shaped to the back of the Joycons. Although I preferred the RDS one I could only find it in the US so I went for the Gioteck one. A bit thick and has no identifiable external features of being Switch related, but it protects it and allows me to take my Joycon wrist straps, a USB cable, a stand and hopefully a collapsible USB plug once I acquire one (wonder if the new Apple ones work).

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mav-i-am

Extragalactic wrote:

@jedisaga I'd be weary of the Nintendo/Screen Protector case, as I've read comments that say you have to put the Switch in upside down in order for it to fit properly - otherwise the Joy-Cons get smushed or something like that...

not something I have noticed tbh.

Switch games list,

Legend of Zelda BotW, Human resource machine, NBA Playgrounds, Street Fighter 2, Super Bomberman R, Snipperclips, Overcooked, World of Goo.

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SuperWeird

I finally received the Power A Switch Everywhere Messenger Bag (which I pre-ordered in Jan), and this thing is awesome. It's everything you need to take the Switch + dock + accessories on the go. Here's what will easily fit in the bag together:

1. Switch + JoyCons (and wrist straps)
2. Dock
3. JoyCon Grip
4. Pro Controller
5. Hori Compact Playstand
6. Anker PowerCore 10000
7. HDMI cable
8. Charging Cables
9. AC Power supply for dock
10. Power A Hybrid Cover

The Pro Controller and JoyCon Grip fit in the same space together. It’s not a perfect fit, they overlap a little, bit they fit together just fine.

The bag could also hold:

  • A larger power bank than the one I listed above
  • A couple of game boxes (in addition to everything above)
  • A larger internal carrying case. The case it comes with is fine, but if you want a larger one there’s space to swap it out (for example, the Surge Carryall Protective Travel Case will fit).
  • There is an extra zipper pouch on the back of the bag for cables and game boxes, extra JoyCons, etc.

The material is well made, nicely padded, and good quality. If you’re planning to bring your entire Switch console, dock, and all the accessories anywhere this bag is a great choice. Highly recommended.

https://www.amazon.com/PowerA-Switch-Everywhere-Messenger-Bag...

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NaviAndMii

I'd love to pick-up something like the Nyko Portable Docking Kit (below) at some point - my Orzly Carry Case seems like it'd have more than enough room for the Switch, a couple of extra Joy-Con (+ writst straps), the mini-dock and a HDMI cable (maybe not the power adapter, but I'd be okay with having that just loose in my bag) ..seems like that'd be a pretty handy little portable hybrid-gaming set-up, all safely tucked away in a reasonably compact little case!

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...these mini-docks don't appear to be available in my country (UK) quite yet, but I'd certainly be very interested in getting one (or similar) at some point - I'm not sure that playing multiplayer games (particularly split-screen) in tabletop mode would be ideal, so having a portable solution allowing you to quickly connect to the nearest TV would be great! Definitely on my 'must have' list!

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MikeTS

I have the following accessories for my Switch:

A case.
A screen protector.
2 Pro Controllers.

If they release green joycons I'll buy them too.

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NaviAndMii

Has anyone bought the Switch LAN Adapter?

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Would you recommend it? Has it made a big difference to your home gaming experience (stability etc)..? I'd be interested to hear your experiences!

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JaxonH

@NaviAndMii
Ya but I couldn't get a stable connection using Powerline adapters (they are old hand me downs from a coworker, and I was routing through a 100-year-old house's electrical wires from opposite end of the house downstairs). So I just ended up buying a new router and that was the end of that. Plus I prefer the wireless because I can lift it up out of the dark and the online connection doesn't disconnect. Which is great when I'm hunting in Monster Hunter XX I need to run downstairs for something after the quest has started

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NaviAndMii

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Plus I prefer the wireless because I can lift it up out of the dark and the online connection doesn't disconnect.

Ah, yes - I hadn't even considered that...could be quite a drawback to the wired option

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