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I've had my Nintendo Switch for just under a year (it was a Father's Day present). While I did pick up a cheap protective case for it, I have not yet covered it in any kind of screen protector or skin. I had a skin on my DS Lite years ago, but I never skinned by 3DS. But maybe it's time I both protect and beautify my newest Nintendo console, especially since Dbrand skins for the Nintendo Switch have now hit their online store.

Part of the reason why so many people have been hesitant to put a skin on their Nintendo Switch consoles up until now is that some of the existing skins can damage the paint on the Switch. People have said that they literally pull the paint off the device. That's not good, even if you have no real intention of ever taking off the skin.

Dbrand says that they've worked closely with 3M to develop a type of adhesive that won't damage the surface of the Switch and now the product is live.

If you've been following any number of the popular tech channels on YouTube, like Linus Tech Tips or MKBHD, then you've probably heard of the Dbrand name already. They're a very trusted brand in this space, providing skins for everything from smartphones to laptops. And now they've got Dbrand skins for the Nintendo Switch too.

Hopping over to Nintendo Switch page on Dbrand's website, you'll find a total of six options in a range of colors for covering your Switch. There are skins for the left and right Joy-Cons ($4.95 each), a skin for the console itself ($9.95), a skin for the dock face ($6.95), and a set of skins for the dock accents ($7.95), as well as a two-pack of tempered glass protection ($9.95).


Loading up a complete kit will run you just under $45. The color options aren't quite as varied as some other Dbrand offering, but you can choose from the new black camo, as well as black carbon fiber, matte white, and seven glossy colors.

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