Fixture S1 Carrying Case Review

Fixture S1 Carrying Case Review

Protect your Nintendo Switch on the go

A.J. Maciejewski

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It's been a few months since the Fixture S1 Switch Pro Controller clip mount debuted and there's now a nifty carrying case for it.

Photo of Fixture S1 Carrying Case with Switch inside
The Switch console, clip mount, and Pro Controller fit snuggly together in this case

Revisiting Fixture S1

When I reviewed the Fixture S1, I promised that I'd provide an update if it ever began to show wear and tear. Over the past months, I've been using it a lot and it's still impressively sturdy and has held up very well. The joints still rotate smoothly and lock into place and the Switch itself stays in position after sliding it into its holder. With that good news out of the way, be sure to read my full review of the Fixture S1 clip mount if you'd like to learn more about it and when you're done, come back here and I'll fill you in on the carrying case.

Fixture S1 Review

Fixture S1 Carrying Case

For starters, the Fixture S1 Carrying Case isn't much bigger than the Switch with Pro Controller attached. I mean; it is a little bulky but if you have room in your luggage then it's great. The coolest aspect about it is that you simply put your assembled and collapsed Fixture S1 setup into the moulded recess in the base of the case, zip it shut, and you're good to go. Once you want to play again, you can take it out, extend the arm, and that's it. Therefore, it's quite a convenient case and everything fits snuggly together with plenty of padding so you can be assured that it's all safe and secure. I even shook mine around a lot and it doesn't seem to move inside which is awesome. I should mention that the little handle is cute but it would have been even neater to have a shoulder strap option as well.

Inside the case, there's a handy game card holder flap that you can slide 10 games into as well as a zipper pocket that you can fill with more games, jelly beans, or whatever. Maybe don't put jelly beans in it because it would be a nightmare if they melted. Anyway, the zipper pouch is quite elastic and doubles as a net to make sure the Switch doesn't move around much. Pretty cool, right?

Photo of Fixture S1 Carrying Case with games inside
You can fit 10 games here then put more in that zipper pocket

In the end, if you would like to play Switch portably with the Pro Controller then I can't imagine a better solution than the Fixture S1 and its clever Carrying Case. Of course, you'd need to have a bit of room in your bag or luggage so keep that in mind.

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