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- 1050 Denier black ballistic nylon or brown waxed canvas
Dimensions & Weight:
- 10 x 6 x 1 inches; 5 oz.
- Firm foam enveloped in waxed canvas or ballistic nylon shell.
- Raised 6 mm neoprene padding protects console screen, keeps console centered, and prevent Joy-Cons from compressing.
- Open topped pocket can hold a Waterfield 10-game card or 20-game card wallet.
- Lined with scratch-free, padded liner.
- Nylon 3/4-inch stretchy band holds Switch Taco closed.
Great craftsmanship and material. Switch tends to move around and can slip out even with elastic on it. I do like how it has extra cushion for screen.
I love this Taco insert. It allows me to have my Satisfye grip attached while giving my Switch the protection it needs. The same when I use it for my SwitchLite with the Skull n Co gripcase. The 20 slot leather game card wallet fits perfectly inside the pocket. The inside cushion babies my Switch like a very soft pillow. Hat’s off to WaterField Designs for thinking outside the box and making this insert. Currently my go-to protection for both my Switches for on the go handheld gaming!
I got a small sling bag for christmas and needed a slim style case to put my switch in so it would fit in the bag, it works great and feels quality I’m glad they sell the insert alone.
I was looking for a slim case that had a professional appeal to it and the Taco is a clear winner. When I travel with my switch, it is often in a backpack and something bulky is not needed. The Taco is well made and looks good.
One item that could be improved upon is the game storage. I purchased the leather card holder and have been underwhelmed. The holder slides out of the Taco too easy (and you cannot see the game titles).
Would buy the taco again but have a pause on the leather holder.
As the owner of a Cityslicker AND a Switchpack, both of these are great for different needs, but the Taco is the best for fitting into smaller bags that offer their own weather protection.
The divots for the joycon sticks are excellent, and I hope to see this integrated into some of their other existing bags.
However, main issue is that there’s no way to secure the leather card holder, and it’s already flown out several times while carefully handling my Switch during transit commuting.
A small strap, or bit of Velcro here would go a long w
This also works great when using extended grips such as the Satisfy