How to select the best Nintendo DS cases

Posted by LauraDerb on February 16th, 2021

Having a slim Nintendo DS Lite has its downside; Although the external case is designed to fold where it is enough to protect the dual screens inside, your Nintendo DS is still prone to scratches, pressure, bumps, slips, falls and any other accidents. That's why a good Nintendo DS case ranks second on the Nintendo DS accessory list.

Knowing that it's the best precaution against the worst, you also learn by heart that you can't just go and buy any Nintendo DS case in your face, even when you're on a tight budget. You should choose one that serves to better protect your Nintendo DS, one that meets the minimum requirements explained below.

First, make sure the case fits your DS perfectly. This way, no matter how you carry it in any kind of container, it will keep your Nintendo DS in place. It's silly to have a case to protect your DS from the outside, but it slides in. Who knows if something goes in and scratches your DS? Don't forget to choose a solid and sturdy one to further enhance its effectiveness like a Nintendo DS case, where you know that a small hit or drop will do no harm. One that allows you to play while keeping your DS in the case is a bonus.

Second, make sure the sturdy case is padded inside. However, it is not necessary to look for an extra inflatable lining. Such linings require additional rooms, which means a larger Nintendo DS case and destroy the sleek look of your Nintendo DS สโมสรยูเวนตุส. A good way to do this is to hold the case with your thumb on the hard outer face and your index finger on the padded surface of the interior. Try to pinch it gently. Feel how your index finger pushes your thumb. That is what your DS will suffer. Do you find it sturdy enough? Then see if the lining recovers immediately. Redundancy is another key to good resilience.

Don't forget to also check the lining that covers the fabric. Make sure they are sewn in place correctly. Since the additional cushions function as a shock absorber, minimizing the effect of any bumps and falls, any tear can cause the cushion lining to sharpen, thereby reducing its resistance.

Okay, let's recap; It is hard on the outside, but inflatable on the inside. If you've found something like this, the third and final thing is to check if your selected Nintendo DS case has additional plugs to carry two or three more games and an additional stylus. This way, you won't have to (buy and) grab an extra container, nor have to worry about losing them anywhere. Instead, you can bring other games to change when you're bored and another ready stylus in an emergency.

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