With your Nintendo Switch on the road with you? Then you need these accessories for your road trip and switch to happily exist.
Now, some of these accessories will come in handy when traveling by public transport but the main focus here is that you are in your car and you need a Stardew Valley or Super Mario Odyssey fix. Of course, unfortunately, the game world is on the road not for drivers, but if you are the passenger (or you are on a rest) you should go nuts. A carrying case: Orzly Carry Case ($ 1
A bag is an important essential no matter where you take your Nintendo Switch, even if it is only between rooms in your house . It's too easy to scratch or drop your beloved console.
Orzly Carry Case is a great combination of solid and reliable, yet comfortable to wear around. It has a hard EVA shell edge with a soft inner material to keep the device clean. The body fits comfortably into the console and Joy-Con controllers with an upper section that offers space for extra joy benefits, up to 8 games and other cables.
One car charger: HORI Nintendo Switch High Speed Car Charger ($ 18)
The 9V car charger is useful for so much, and it includes charging your Nintendo Switch. HORI Nintendo Switch High Speed Car Charger connects and uploads fairly quickly, even when playing on the console. Because it is possible to continue playing. This car charger has a 6-foot cable so you don't have to worry about holding the car charger too close. Because the switch only has a battery life of a few hours, it is the perfect way to make sure you never run out of juice.
The charger also charges any mobile of yours that has a USB-C connector, making it extra useful. Oh, and it's officially licensed by Nintendo, so don't worry about any problematic electrical issues either.
A portable charger: RAVPower 20100 Power Bank ($ 54)
] There is a more expensive but more practical solution to your charging problems than buying a car charger. That solution is a power bank. Something like RAVPower 20100 Power Bank is a great way to give you extra power when you are traveling. Its capacity is large enough to charge the Nintendo Switch 2.5 times with the charging unit in just 4.5 hours when using the QC3.0 charger (available separately) or 10.5 hours with the 5V / 2A charger.
In addition to increasing the Switch gaming sessions, it also works with everything else USB-C based on a 12 inch MacBook, Google Pixel 2, Samsung Galaxy S8 and so on. If you travel frequently, it is a useful standby accessory to only if you cannot load through your car or hotel room.
For plate surfaces: HORI Switch Compact PlayStand ($ 13)
If you have a shutter table or a flat surface somewhere in the car (like a stylish car bench), you can use the switch's kickstand to set up the console while playing. A much better solution is to use a full stand such as the HORI Switch Compact PlayStand. It is an inexpensive way to clog up the console while playing, and you can also use it while you load. There are rubberized grips for stability, as well as an adjustable angle so you can get your bag just right.
It can also be easily folded away for easy storage (even in some carrying cases). Don't be surprised if you find yourself using this elsewhere from the car as well. It's pretty useful.
For the kids on the back: FYOUNG car support bracket ($ 11)
It is difficult to maintain the children on a long drive. That's why you've handed them to the switch, right? Improve their experience further with the FYOUNG Car Headrest Mount. It turns on the car's headrest nicely without the risk of damage to the car or your Switch. It also leaves room for the charging port so you can charge it via the car charger and use it at the same time.
There is 360 degrees rotation so you can get just the right viewing angle for your offspring while encouraging them to keep their heads straight and durable as well. The proprietor also works for many smartphones and tablets so you have plenty of options here, whether it's an incredible look at Paw Patrol or a quick game on Mario Kart. Enjoy no more "are we almost there yet?".
If you want other options to mount your Switch (or tablets), check out our guide to add fast backseat entertainment to a tablet.