The Nintendo Switch amiibos are adorable, functional figures that are easy to begin collecting, and if you want to keep them nice, you'll need one of the best amiibo storage cases. When you're a collector, you know that one of the challenging and fun aspects of collecting life is finding effective storage solutions. There are several ways to store your collection, whether or not they're on display. Officially licensed amiibo storage containers are becoming harder to find, but here are some great options for your ever-growing amiibo collection.
If you're looking to showcase your collection, this clear shelf is an inexpensive way to do it. This simple display is large enough to fit as many as 12 amiibo, depending on their size and shape, without making them feel crammed together.
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It might seem a bit like an abomination using a PDP Disney Infinity case to store your Nintendo amiibo, but the fact is, this is one of the best protective cases for your NFC figures. It provides soft dividers to keep up to 15 figures upright and protected. And it also features a shoulder strap so you can carry it around hands-free.
This display allows you to show off your amiibo in a cool way. Arrange the individual risers as you see fit. You can purchase multiple sets to make the display area larger. Each riser is made of black leatherette and will look good in any home.
Stop and stair
If you want a simple and inexpensive way to store and display your Nintendo figures, this spice rack organizer is the way to go. The steps are coated with a rubber layer so your figures will stay securely in place.
Step up your storage game
This is a handy dandy little display case that'll show off your amiibo collection while keeping them free of dust. It also has tiered steps, which will allow you to store about 14 amiibo.
If you like the idea of a fancy wooden case like the previous one, but you just don't have that many amiibo, then check out this one. I've seen more than a few people online showing off their amiibo collections in a repurposed baseball bat case. Simply mount the case horizontally on your wall, and your amiibo will look awesome all lined up.
Alright, I get it. You're looking for something a little more practical and a lot more reasonably priced. Don't worry; we have you covered there too. These stacking drawer boxes come in a pack of six or more and would be a great method of keeping your amiibo safe and out of the way. It's also a nice solution because as your collection grows, you can always add more.
amiibo and more
If amiibos aren't the only Nintendo item you collect and you have a whole timeline, this EJGAME display stand might be more your style. It has a place for five amiibo figures in the front as well as storage spaces for SNES, NES, Gameboy, N64, and other games. It also has space for Switch Joy-Cons. This is the ultimate collector's stand.
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When choosing the best amiibo storage case for you, you'll want something that's the right size for your collection or big enough for you to grow into. If you want to travel with your figures, you'll want something that keeps your figures protected in transit. If you want them on display, you'll need something that showcases them to their best advantage. Official amiibo storage containers are getting harder to find, but we've found the best options on the market.
We recommend the Combination of Life 3-step acrylic riser for anyone who wants to display their amiibo. It can hold up to 12 figures without making them look cluttered, and it's an inexpensive option. If you plan on moving around with your figures, you'll want a case that protects them from bumps and jostling movements. In that case, we recommend the Sterilite drawer boxes as they will be completely covered and in a closed container.
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Alex has been working with iMore as a Freelance Gaming Writer for three years. You can also find a few articles of hers on Android Central and Windows Central. She regularly covers Nintendo Switch games and accessories as well as iOS game apps. In addition to the Nintendo Switch, you may also find her playing on the PlayStation and PC. When she doesn’t have a controller in hand she likes to spend her time with her husband, son, and dogs, exploring new places, or hiding away with a book (or comic book). A few of her favorite games include the Zelda franchise, Little Nightmares, and Animal Crossing.