Final Clearance PDP Armour Guards for Nintendo Switch Joy-Con - Black

  • Model #: 500-033-NA-BK
  • Web Code: 10655779
Sold and shipped by: Best Buy
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Keep your Joy-Con controllers in good working order with these PDP Joy-Con Armor Guards. They help protect your controllers from everyday wear and tear, and help enhance your grip. The Armor Guards are officially licensed by Nintendo and include 2 sets of Joy-Con guards, and 2 sets of thumb stick caps.

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  • Armor Guards are officially licensed by Nintendo
  • Protective armor with sleek ergonomic design attaches to Joy-Con controllers easily and prevent wear and tear, and enhance your grip
  • Can be used in various modes of play
  • Includes 2 sets of Joy-Con guards and 2 sets of thumb stick caps
Note: Joy-Con controllers sold seperately

What's in the Box?

  • 2 Sets Of Grips
  • 2 Sets Of Thumb Stick Caps


  • Parts - 90 Day(s)

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  • Type
  • Colour
  • Pattern/Theme
    Nintendo Switch
  • Material
    ABS; TPU
  • Width
    15.92 cm
  • Height
    29.21 cm
  • Depth
    3.60 cm
  • Width (Inches)
    6.27 in
  • Height (Inches)
    11.5 in
  • Depth (Inches)
    1.42 in
  • Weight
    150 g
  • Warranty Parts
    90 Day(s)



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  • from Toronto, ON

OK, but not great

As the title says, they're ok, but not great. You get 2 pairs of "grips" that are made of a hard plastic with the underside having a rubber grip, but they don't fit right, and as such aren't tight fitting so they tend to move a bit. You also get 2 pairs of thumb grips. They add more girth to the existing thumb pads, and the spiral center is supposed to help "grip" the bottom of your thumb, however in my case they're a bit slippery as I have... lets just say well used thumbs.