An often overlooked upgrade for the Nintendo Switch Lite is the screen protector. While everyone buys cases and carrying cases for it, most often you don’t think about protecting the screen until it’s too late. This is usually the case after they drop it or maybe have it scratched up when it’s in their bag or purse and something rubs up against the screen. That’s why a proper screen protector is necessary such as the Techarmor Premium HD Clear Ballistic Glass Screen Protector for Nintendo Switch. This is a fairly inexpensive upgrade to protect your screen and keep it looking new for years to come.
For less than $10, Techarmor supplies you with two HD Clear Ballistic Glass Screen Protectors. You really only need one, but it’s always nice to have a backup on hand in case. Each kit comes with cleaning wipes, dust removal stickers, and a cleaning cloth to make installation a breeze.
It took me only a few minutes to install this with most of that time spent cleaning my screen because I wanted a flawless installation. When placing the actual glass screen protector on your Nintendo Switch Lite screen, it pretty much installs by itself and starts to self adhere with no rubbing at all. I only had to rub down one corner towards the end but that was just to speed up the process.
In terms of fitment, the Techarmor Premium HD Clear Ballistic Glass Screen Protector is about 1mm smaller on each side than the actual screen. That means it does leave space for if you have a protective case installed. I have the HORI DuraFlexi Protector on my Switch Lite and the Techarmor Glass Screen Protector does not interfere with the case and vice versa. I’ve seen reports of other cases or screen protectors that don’t quite work well together, but this combination does.
Not only that, touch features work fully with this screen protector and it’s super clear where after a while, you’ll forget that it’s even on there. For less that $10, you can’t go wrong with the Techarmor Premium HD Clear Ballistic Glass Screen Protector, especially since it comes with two of them and it’s just a little peace of mind you’ll have when it comes to handling your Nintendo Switch Lite.