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Remember how dbrand's switch skins flopped due to issues with the adhesive? Well, they don't anymore! And that's what this topic is about. In case you don't remember, or you've been living under a rock, here's what happened. A company by the name of dbrand, who makes skins for all sorts of devices saw a big opportunity in selling skins for the joy-con controllers on the Switch since there were only three colours (yes, I'm Canadian) available at the time. What they and others quickly found out, however, was that the adhesive that was being used on the skins permanently damaged the plastic on the controllers. They have been working hard for months now trying to perfect it, and here they are! (pic related) The company tweeted this out: Nintendo Switch skins are live: ✅ 7 new Switch-exclusive materials ✅ Tempered Glass 2-packs for $9.95 ✅ Ships immediately ✅ Won't damage your Switch¹ may damage your wallet The skins come in red, yellow, blue, pink, orange, purple, and green as well as matte white, camo black and black carbon fibre. The same colours are also available on the back of the Switch itself and the dock's accent colours and faceplate. I'll leave a link below if anyone wants to check them out for themselves: https://dbrand.com/shop/nintendo-switch-skin PostScript: Thanks to @Buzz for adding in that new sound when you like a topic!
Last one for awhile now then Ill stop flooding the pages Recently took interest and whilst I dont have the space and or tool to do this I highly encourage anyone who is able to take a look at this ^^ Introducing the Raspberry Switch Instructions, files are provided on this fans site including a custom dock for it, now I know some will say, why not get a switch instead. Well this isn't about just owning something it's about making something and the aesthetics of a switch style handheld for retro gaming has always been a great idea for being portable and easily dock able for big screen gaming.