Best comfort grips for your Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch Lite
Make your Switch easier to hold
As much as I love to play my Nintendo Switch in handheld mode, sometimes it can be a pain. Literally. If I’m playing a game in handheld mode that requires quick button presses, I find that my hand tends to start cramping out pretty quickly. My hands are pretty small, too — anyone with bigger hands is going to have a bad time trying to play games while holding onto the thin console. Some of the Nintendo Switch controller replacements can help with this, but they’re often expensive. Thankfully, there is another solution to this painful issue… Nintendo Switch grips!
Comfort grips for your Switch or Switch Lite can bulk up your system and just make it more comfortable to hold onto for long periods of time. We’ve rounded up the best Nintendo Switch grips, as well as the best Nintendo Switch Lite grips, below!
Nintendo Switch Comfort Grips
If you have an original Nintendo Switch, you’ll likely want a comfort grip that allows you to also take advantage of the Switch’s docked mode… or at least has some other functionality that makes it work putting on and taking off again. Here are six grips to choose from!
- If you're looking for a case that works seamlessly with your Switch dock, the Mumba dockable case is perfect for you. Available in five different colors, this case provides bulk where you hold it but also slides into the dock. You can even remove your Joy-Cons!
- Why just get a grip, when you can get a grip that does more? YoK's Switch grip allows you to store five Switch cartridges in it. Easily pack your favorites and have them all right at your fingertips! And of course, you also get the added comfort of a grip.
Nintendo Switch Lite Comfort Grips
You can’t use Switch grips with the Switch Lite, due to their different sizes. Here are three Switch Lite comfort grips that are unique to the smaller handheld.
You have the choices, but what’re the best grips to pick up? For the normal Switch, Mumba’s dockable Switch case is definitely the best bet. I don’t see much of a point in a Switch grip case that doesn’t work when putting the Switch into the dock. No one really wants to keep putting the grip on and off again! If you have a Switch Lite, then the Insignia Grip Case is the best choice, especially with the price point. It’s a relatively small grip case, yet it can hold extra games for you!