Half of the appeal of the Nintendo Switch is the capability of taking it with you on the go and setting it up anywhere to play. But once you add all the accessories you need for optimal gaming, it’s hard to find a compact bag that can safely and securely hold it all.
Fortunately San Francisco based custom gaming case and laptop bag maker, WaterField Designs, has come up with an elegant solution.
“We received fabulous feedback from our customers about what else they’d like to see in our Nintendo Switch case lineup. We’re all about directly meeting our customers needs, so we turned their feedback into action,” said owner Gary Waterfield. “With their Switch propped up on the Hori stand and their Joy Con Grip or Pro Controller, gamers can now pack their Arcade Case to play arcade style anywhere they take their Switch.”
Available in rugged black ballistic nylon or tan waxed canvas, the WaterField Arcade Gaming Case sports full-grain leather details to make for a sophisticated Nintendo Switch carry. A soft, scratch-free front pocket to stow the Nintendo console secures shut with a premium leather flap using hidden magnets. The large main compartment closes with waterproof YKK zippers. Inside, two plush pockets hold the AC adapter and the JoyCon Grip. (By pushing the pockets back, users can instead carry the Pro Controller and/or a European-sized power adapter.) The Hori PlayStand, a flat game-card holder or individual games, ear buds and a USBC cord fit comfortably into the remaining space. A rivet-secured, nylon handle with a soft leather grip lets gamer easily grab and go, and an adjustable, removable shoulder strap attaches to two metal D-rings for another comfortable carry option. Without the strap, the case fits neatly into a day or overnight bag.
Availability & Pricing
Arcade Gaming Case:
Colors: Black ballistic nylon with black or chocolate full-grain leather details. Tan waxed canvas with full-grain, chocolate leather details.
Weight and dimensions: 11 oz; 9 x 5 x 2.75 inches
Pre-orders available now. First production run ships November 17.