Skip to main content

Best Nintendo Switch OLED cases 2022

Nintendo Switch Oled Model Back
Nintendo Switch Oled Model Back (Image credit: Nintendo)

Nothing is worse than dinging up or scratching a shiny new purchase, and since the Nintendo Switch OLED model has that larger 7-inch screen, you're going to want to do everything you can to protect it. That's where a durable case comes in handy. You'll be able to transport your Switch more securely while knowing it's safer from drops and bumps. Keep in mind that it's slightly bigger than the original Switch, so you'll need a case that fits. We've gathered the very best Nintendo Switch OLED model cases for you to use.

Safe on the go

The Nintendo Switch OLED is meant to be carried with you wherever you go, so you should invest in a durable case. Don't forget to grab one of the best Nintendo Switch OLED model screen protectors as well.

If you're only going to get one case, I suggest you make it the Fintie Carry Case. It has everything you'll need, including that durable hardshell covering, space for cartridges, and a handle. Plus, it's one of the few cases out there that actually has a zippered storage section, so things won't go scattering all over your Switch. If that wasn't enough, it comes in several fun designs.

Need to bring all of your Switch gear with you on a trip? The HEYSTOP Carrying Case can fit just about everything you might need. It has specific slots for your various accessories and can be slung over the shoulder for easy carry.

Lastly, if you're looking for a fun design that has one of your favorite Nintendo characters on it, look no further than a HORI Protection Case. There are some fun options to choose from that will keep your gaming system safe on the go.

Rebecca Spear
Rebecca Spear

Rebecca Spear is the dedicated gaming editor for iMore who loves playing games on Switch and iOS. She is a Zelda nut through and through and can also talk for hours about her favorite Pokémon games. She’s written hundreds of guides and reviews over the last six years to the point that if you get stuck in a game somewhere, she can help you out. On any given day, you’ll find her following the latest tech, digitally drawing with her iPad Air and Apple Pencil, reading a good book, or - you guessed it - playing video games. Follow her on Twitter @rrspear (opens in new tab) to see her post about her corgi, foster kitties, art, and favorite video game characters.