Nintendo Switch Joy-Con Comfort Grips Black
- Officially licensed by Nintendo
- Lightweight, ergonomic design for comfortable gameplay anywhere
- Double-injected rubber grips for added comfort
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Language: : Italian
- Product Dimensions : 17.15 x 5.72 x 12.7 cm; 226.8 Grams
- Release date : 31 March 2017
- ASIN : B01MS7YUA7
- Item Model Number : 1501064-01
- Best Sellers Rank: 307 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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If you love Nintendo Switch, you’re going to spend a lot of time playing it. The Comfort Grip brings the left and right Joy-Con Controllers together to make one comfortable controller, so you can play as long as you like. Ergonomic, rubber grips will keep your palms happy and your fingers from cramping. ProTip: the Comfort Grip stands up on its own and looks great next to your Nintendo Switch Dock.
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Nintendo Switch Joy-Con Comfort Grip - Black
Officially Licensed By Nintendo
If you love Nintendo Switch, you’re going to spend a lot of time playing it. The Comfort Grip brings the left and right Joy-Con Controllers together to make one comfortable controller, so you can play as long as you like. Ergonomic, rubber grips will keep your palms happy and your fingers from cramping at home or on-the-go. Simply slide each Joy-Con Controller down the rails until they click, and view the player indicator lights through the front.
Other Available Designs:
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- Zelda: Breath of the Wild
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Lightweight, ergonomic design for comfortable gameplay anywhere. Easy slide-in design secures each Joy-Con. Stands up on it's own, to display next to the Nintendo Switch Dock.
Added Comfort & Width
Double-injected rubber grips add even more comfort. The Comfort Grip is slightly wider than the original Joy-Con Grip.
View the player indicator lights and feel the Joy-Cons rumble through the Comfort Grip.
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|Features||Traditional style controller for the Nintendo Switch with soft-touch rubber grips for added comfort. Includes 6 interchangeable analog caps for custom control.||Protective cover and built-in stand, high-quality cover with magnetic closure keeps Switch secure, and offers multiple viewing angles for playing or watching.||Stores 12 Nintendo Switch Game Cards and 12 Micro SD Cards simultaneously. Form-fitting rubber slots and snap closure secure Game Cards. Compact for easy portability.|
|What It Comes With||(1) Wired Plus Controller, (6) Interchangeable Analog Caps, (1) 10ft Removable USB Cable||(1) Nintendo Switch Hybrid Cover, (1) Screen Protector & Applicator, (1) Cleaning Cloth||(1) Nintendo Switch Premium Game Card Case|
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We did find that it is harder to slide the Joy Cons in though, but hopefully it might loosen up with time.
Highly recommend this.
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Now on to the pros, the back of the handles have a different shape to them than the official Nintendo Joy-Con grip. It's alot more comfortable to rest your fingers on, and the back of the handles also have a rubberised grip unlike the slippy plastic of the official Nintendo Joy-Con grip. Definitely worth the low price, has made long Switch gaming sessions more easy on my hands.
I've included some comparison pictures so you will be able to see what i mean by the different shape at the back of the handles. My Power A Comfort Grip has the grey Joy-Cons and my Nintendo grip has the neon red Joy-Cons.
>Plastic feels cheaper than the regular grip
>Lights on the face are dimmer and slightly misted.
>The rails that the joycons slide into are plastic not metal, making the sliding action less smooth and the click into place less satisfying.
>It feels like the shape of the grip makes it slightly harder to rest your fingers on the ZL and ZR buttons due to the angle of the joycons, your fingers want to slide off.
>Rubberised texture on the back of the handles makes them easier to hold.
>Ever so slightly wider and more ergonomic shape makes the grip nicer to hold than the regular grip.
>Excellent price point compared to the alternative of buying a Charging grip from Nintendo.
If you need a second grip for your joycon controllers then don't hesitate to pull the trigger on buying this product, however if you're looking for a better grip for your personal joycons, then perhaps the difference between this and the regular grip isn't quite worth buying another grip for.
This is a shame as I do agree with other reviews that the comfort factor is a lot higher when holding this grip compared to the official black grip and your fingers feel more comfortable playing with this grip attached.
However having your right joy con popping out and shaking slightly just totally ruins it for me. Maybe to do with the cheaper looking plastic rails....
The centre section is slightly wider, but only by a couple of millimetres. The handles are a bit thicker and have a slight bend in them, which makes them fit into my hands more comfortably. I have average-sized male hands. I don't find the OEM grip uncomfortable, but I do find this grip slightly more comfortable. The underside also had a rubbery feel, which is nice.
The only small criticism that I can think of is that the rails are plastic instead of metal. But the joy-cons slide in easily and I don't see the plastic becoming a problem. It seems sturdy enough. Also, the release button is in a little bit of a tight spot, but I don't have any issues pressing it easily.
I have included some photos of this grip with a side-by-side comparison with the OEM grip. This grip is on the left of each photo.