10 Great Nintendo Joy-Con Grips That Add Comfort And Style To Switch

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Every time a friend tries out my Nintendo Switch for the first time, they comment on how small the Joy-Con controllers are, especially when each person is using just one Joy-Con. You can add a variety of different grips, whether ergonomic or simply for a better hold, and they are way cheaper than investing in an expensive Pro Controller.

Here are 10 grips that will sweeten your Joy-Cons in style.

1, Clear, concise, and with a point (opens in new tab)

Those wing grips swivel out for a variety of positioning options. Get them on Amazon for $10 (opens in new tab).

2. Larger than life for the smallest price (opens in new tab)

It makes those tiny Joy-Cons way bigger for the small price of just $12 (opens in new tab).

3. What a stud (opens in new tab)!

These stud muffins will tickle your digits while you play. $12 for 10 tickles (opens in new tab) isn't bad.

4. Ergonomically flashy (opens in new tab)

Add some more color to you Joy-Cons, while getting the most comfortable grip you can for your $8 (opens in new tab).

5. Just the basics (opens in new tab), please

AmazonBasics is the perfect brand for getting the basics at a super great price. This grippy goodness (opens in new tab) is just $12.

6. Thumbs up (opens in new tab)!

Don't need all the grippy but want better joystick coverage? Get 'em (opens in new tab) in a variety of complimentary colors and sizes for $8.

7. Everything's covered (opens in new tab)

It's grippy and studded and covers your Joy-Con Grip for just $10 (opens in new tab)!

8.Hidden in plain sight (opens in new tab)

It's called "camouflage blue" but I can't think of anything that this could blend in with. It looks cool, though, and only costs $11 (opens in new tab).

9. Charging (opens in new tab) while you play

Look at those nice, springy shoulder buttons. Yum! They're pricier at $25 (opens in new tab), but they do charge your Joy-Cons.

10. How's your backhanded (opens in new tab)?

Tennis anyone? These are the perfect grips for Mario Tennis Aces. I can't get over how cute they are and they only cost $17 (opens in new tab).

How do you grip?

Do you have a favorite grip for your Joy-Cons? Show us your style.

Lory is a renaissance woman, writing news, reviews, and how-to guides for iMore. She also fancies herself a bit of a rock star in her town and spends too much time reading comic books.  If she's not typing away at her keyboard, you can probably find her at Disneyland or watching Star Wars (or both).