Can you remember the last time any consumer tech company was able to turn things around so quickly and decisively as Nintendo? The Wii U was an absolute bomb that some industry watchers thought would be the end of the company. Fast forward to last March, and all of a sudden Nintendo is once again creator of the hottest video game console on the planet. The Nintendo Switch is a wonderful reimagining of the Nintendo console, offering a terrific at-home gaming experience that instantly becomes portable. Of course, the only problem with the Nintendo Switch as a portable video game console is the fact that the battery doesn’t last forever so at some point you have to recharge it. The Antank Portable Nintendo Switch Battery Charger Case won’t make your Switch battery last forever, but it will more than double the console’s battery life. It’s a must-have for any Switch player, and it’s on sale right now on Amazon at a discount.

Here’s what you need to know from the product page:

What’s in the box
1x Battery Case
1x Dustproof Bag
1x Instruction

Technical specification
Battery type: Li-Polymer Battery
Model: SWBC-007
Capacity: 6500mAh(32.5Wh)
Input: 0.5-1.8A(auto-identity)
Output: DC=1.5A
Charging interface: Type-c
Net weight: 227g

Security Features:
Temperature protection
Short circuit protection
Over-voltage input protection, anti-reverse input protection
Over-current output protection
Do not try to disassemble the unit
Do not throw it into the fire
Do not use it in high temperature(>50℃)or put it in water
Please use proper adapter, if have any deformities or corrosion, please stop using
Customer service
Please feel free to contact us via Amazon communication system if there is any issue during using our switch battery backup, unconditionally refund or resend with any quality problems, life-time friendly customer service

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