One of the hottest consoles this year is the Nintendo Switch and I’m betting a bunch of you either got it for Christmas or got their kids this for Christmas. I fall into the latter group and since I know what children do with their stuff, I needed a way of protecting the screen on the Nintendo Switch which I hear is very prone to scratching. With that said, I gave a quick contact over to Tech Armor and they sent over their HD Clear Ballistic Glass Screen Protector for the Nintendo Switch.

Unlike some screen protectors you might find at the stores, the Tech Armor HD Clear Ballistic Glass Screen Protector comes in a 2 pack and is really affordably priced at only $7.95. You only need 1 protector, but having that spare one is always welcome just in case.

Installation is a breeze and is just like how you would install these on a smartphone. Just clean the screen really well on the Nintendo Switch and I suggest using tape to remove any dust particles still left on the screen. Peel the backing off the screen protector and gently place it on the Switch screen. You’ll still be able to move it around to align it properly. When you satisfied with the placement, just press down on the center of the screen and it automatically adheres itself. You may have to push a few bubbles out but they disappear quickly without hassle and you’re left with a perfect looking glass screen protector.

If you have or just got a Nintendo Switch, I highly recommend protecting it since it can be portable and one of the first things I would do is protect the screen. A glass screen protector is a good choice as I think it offers great protection due to its hardness and you can go wrong with the Tech Armor HD Ballistic Glass Screen Protector for the Nintendo Switch. It’s very easy to install, protects your screen so you don’t ruin the Nintendo Switch’s good looks, and it’s super affordable compared to others.

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