Dbrand has announced on Twitter that they won’t be selling custom skins for the Nintendo Switch console. The company says that they received their unit a few days ago and after some heavy prototyping they soon realised that the coating on the Joy-Cons do not play well with any kind of adhesive. The company has announced that every Switch pre-order skin will be canceled and they advise against buying any skins at all for the system.

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  1. Between this and the screen scratching dock problem, It’s pretty clear they cut corners on the quality of the materials. I just hope It’s still sturdy enough to survive minor incidents. It can’t really call itself portable if any little thing causes significant damage.

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    • I respectfully disagree about quality of materials bro. There is a 5 ft. drop test video above, and the switch made it through 6 drops before taking any significant damage. As far as the screen getting scratched when docking, I think its really a matter of being careful, and not careless about docking my guy. Even glass scratches, theres no way to escape scratching unless you get a screen protector, which only costs about 15 dollars. Its a worthy investment if you want to increase the lifespan of your devices breh.

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