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THREE PAIRS OF INTERCHANGEABLE GRIPS to fit all hand sizes and provide players with comfortable handling to avoid carpal tunnel.
DOCK FRIENDLY: No need to remove the GripCase case when docking your SWITCH.
ENLARGED ZL/ZR TRIGGERS which provide better control.
MADE OF SOFT TPU MATERIAL which provides solid protection, easy to fit and remove.
A HARD SHELL CARRYING CASE which provides Spacious compartment for game cards, power bank, AC adapter (two pins), and even a 3DS LX.
Size:GripCase & MaxCarry Case
Color:Double Neon Red
GripCase Set Includes:
GripCase Body X1
A pair of SnapGrip
A pair of TriggerGrip
A pair of PlusGrip
A MAXCARRY Case (Black)
Three types of replaceable grips:
The SnapGrip is a basic set for the most players and games. And the TriggerGrip provides stronger grip force, it is designed for players with bigger hands and play hardcore games very often.The PlusGrip is designed for massive-hands players.
All grip sets are made of hard PC (polycarbonate) with texture on the surface, which gives players a similar feeling of holding a XB1 or PS4 joy-con.
The GripCase is made of soft TPU (Thermoplastic polyurethanes) material. It will not scratch your SWITCH like the hard plastic does. Most important, our GripCase is easy to put on and remove, convenient for gamers to take the case off when they intend to switch between different gaming modes.
Hard shell carrying case:
The GripCase and the Carry Case can be the ultimate solution for your NINTENDO SWITCH.
–Huge Storage Space: power bank, adaptor, USB cable, headset, game cards, joy-con grips and even 3DS LX.
–Mesh Pocket Upgrade: you are able to put small stuff in the mesh pocket without falling. We also upgraded its material, using the 3-layer sandwich mesh instead of the 1 layer mesh. The sandwich mesh is 1mm thick, has 2 mesh layers with a sponge layer in the middle, which provides great protection to your console.
–Two sawtooth rails: using the sawtooth rails, the carrying case can be used as a stand for tabletop mode.
Size:GripCase & MaxCarry Case
Color:Double Neon Red
|Package Dimensions||11.8 x 6.6 x 3.5 inches|
|Item Weight||1.45 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||1.45 pounds|
|Manufacturer||Skull & Co.|
4.7 out of 5 stars
|Best Sellers Rank||
#36,956 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
|Date first listed on Amazon||January 8, 2018|
Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
I bought this case to try it out and fully intended to send it back after a couple weeks, because I expected to really dislike it. I read the reviews that shunned how much more stiff the L/R buttons felt through the case. I read complaints about how people weren’t actually able to use their Switch docked.
I’m not sending this grip back.
Yes, the L/R buttons are a little stiffer, but they wear in after a little bit of use and you also get used to them. Its less that they’re stiff, and more that you have to press the button at a slightly different angle than the console itself. Its not a big deal. I haven’t gotten any worse at Splatoon.
Yes, the Switch struggles to keep a docked connection in all three of my docks: Two launch edition, one bought about 6 months later. Skull & Co. says that the docking issues are caused by less space at the top of some dock revisions. I followed their instructions for a fix and I disagree. My experience is that the bottom of the GripCase is too thick, so the USB-C connector in the dock isn’t being completely inserted into the console. In all of my docks, if I press down with a little force, I get a connection until I lift up again. That tells me that something towards the bottom of the dock isn’t quite right.
So why, if other reviews are true, am I keeping this case and giving it four stars? Its convenient and it keeps my hands from hurting. I play Switch games primarily in handheld mode, even at home, and the GripCase makes that a great experience instead of simply a good one. Would it be nice to dock the Switch without taking the GripCase off? You bet it would, and thats why I’m detracting one star. But it takes literally 3 seconds to take the GripCase off, so its not a big deal.
If you mostly use your Switch handheld, you owe it to yourself to get some sort of grip. While it isn’t perfect, this is a pretty good one.
Reviewed in the United States on July 22, 2018
This is it! You can stop looking. Running back in forth, looking up video reviews and if like me agonizing over the price. Thinking a $15 case and $20 grip cover would be cheap and just as good. WRONG. I to went that route. Had this set in my cart then placed it in my saved list while I tried 2 different cases and 3 different grips. All had their plus and minuses – mostly minuses. Even the Orzly Case and Grip….both which I thought were ok but the grip prevent the shoulder buttons from working properly and the Case barely had room for anything extra! Yet catalog/online pictures show it carrying the switch, games, cords, and extra joy cons. I had that Orzly case all I could fit was my Switch, games, and a cord and could barely zip the sucker up. So no….waste of time and money.
Now enough of all that bad mojo…because you get what you pay for. The Skull & Co set is gorgeous. First the case is big enough for my Switch and tons of extras, joy cons, 10 games, cords, power brick (yes I said power brick) and I still have plenty room. Extememly well made love the zipper pulls have little neon blue and red skulls to match my system. Also the belt system to hold your Switch in place is extra comforting knowing my system isnât going to slide around or have anything come in contact with the screen. Also the bottom has these notches/grooves in it so you can use it as a stand for your system. Great for table top play, will also be a huge hit when Netflix starts streaming.
Then we come to the grip with interchangeable palm grips. Again I got grips to match the red and blue of my system and again Skull & Co does not disappoint. Well designed and the feel of it on make actually playing the system more comfortable and more fun. I was pretty much a Dock Switch guy since I have big hands. Now with the bigger palm grips Iâm rediscovering taking my Switch on the go with me everywhere. Thank God because I now have such an awesome case to do that in. 😉
Now – if you have an older Switch Dock the grip will work with it. If you have the newer Dock (like mine – just got my system in a little over a month ago) it will not fit. Supposedly there is a hack to make it work but I can pop the grip off in like 5 seconds and have it in the Dock in another 2 seconds so I donât see the point of doing something that might void my warranty.
Anyway yes itâs expensive – currently $50 but you got to remember if you have your Switch, extra pair of Joy Cons, 5-6 games your already toting around over $700 in gaming equipment and games….is $50 a lot to protect all that???Also if you are going to end up paying $35-40 for some hit or miss products, you might as well pony up the extra âka-chingâ because itâs so well worth it and the last case and grip youâll ever buy.
Reviewed in the United States on February 4, 2019
The grip case is awesome. I find it to be more comfortable than the jettech. Itâs also a lot easier to remove it if you ever need to. Itâs also thin enough to have it docked. I tried it on both the original dock and the Basstop dock. The case is pretty nice too. Wanted to carry everything in one case without buying those monster size case. I had a orzly case but it couldnât hold the psu or dock. This case fits the Bass dock with the original Nintendo power supply in the bottom drawer. All I have in the mesh pockets is a 3 foot HDMI and my two joy con straps. You cannot fit joy cons in the mesh pockets. You can force it close but it will put way too much pressure on the switch. They will fit in the bottom drawer though. Maybe two pairs if I have to guess. Will not fit the pro controller or the joy con controller if anyone is wondering. All in all Iâm quite happy with this purchase.
Reviewed in the United States on July 22, 2018
very nice quality, but I wish the cut could be smoother, as you can see some rough edges. the fit is spot on, but the volume, power, and L R buttons can be tougher to push. my main issue is that it doesn’t fit in the dock as advertised. I even bought a second case to see if it was just a one off issue, but both don’t fit. I even tried on two newer docks, but still won’t fit all the way in. i ended up just getting a dock extender with a stand also, as my setup. i also wish the sides protrude out a bit more for better ergonomics, and that there is a medium sized grip option. for now I use the trigger grips, which can still cramp up my hands after an hour. all in all, it does the job, but it’s a bit pricey.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 31, 2019
Love this item, make the switch easier to use fits well in the hands (I gave size 10 hands basically big hands) , my only complaint is the raised power bottom which u find yourself Accidentally pressing whilst turning the volume down!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 5, 2019
What a great product. This makes my switch experience so much better. I don’t know how I managed without it. I would highly recommend this product to everyone. Also the price is great too.
Hate the shoulders
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 5, 2019
Be warned that if you like how easy the shoulder buttons and triggers are on the Switch this case makes them harder to press. Not enough to be difficult but you have to actively force down a bit more while you are playing certain games. In my case it was Doom 3 and using the shoulder buttons to switch weapons gets a bit annoying with this case on.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 5, 2019
– high quality
– Love the trigger grips
– Donât love the middle finger rest point/ thing (the thing that makes it a trigger grip)
– if you are a perfectionist, the colour is slightly not accurate. It frustrates me
Excellent bit of kit
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 21, 2019
Really solid, shame you can’t but it and the carrying case together
Coloured grips were the wrong way round…
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 7, 2019
The colours wernt the right way round i had the blue on the right and red on the left
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 6, 2019
Fantastic case, it makes the Switch so much more comfortable to use in handheld mode. It also makes me less worried about breaking the console!
Excellent grip case
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 9, 2019
Really nice grip case. Makes playing the switch much more comfortable.
The perfect portable accessory!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 25, 2020
An absolute must-buy for those looking for a more comfortable portable experience, playing games like FPS and such are where this grip shine, having the comfort of a pro controller while playing portable is really something.
Can 100% recommend this grip, great product.
Best switch case available
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 27, 2019
Best switch grip case Iâve used by far, plus itâs dock friendly. Not sure what else youâd need!
Save your money
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 11, 2019
Bit stiff and rigid. Iâd save your money.
Really comfortable grip case, couldn’t be without it!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 27, 2020
Super comfortable grip case for the Switch, I cant play handheld without this case anymore, it’s just that good.
The extra options for the grips is a nice bonus, and makes this suitable for most hand sizes.
Do not dock this!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 24, 2020
The grips are great but DO NOT dock with this on! It makes the dock so tight it scratches the screen!
So gutted about this my screen is a right mess now.
Awesome Grip Case for the switch!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 27, 2020
Awesome grip case come with 3 different types of grips for suitability couldn’t recommend this enough very sturdy compared to other cases on the market!!
Worth it for the comfort
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 20, 2019
I wouldnât go back to playing handheld mode without this, only issues wonât fit properly for 3rd party joy cons such as the hori d-pad but still pretty much works.