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    Rev Review: Airfoam Pocket Controller Case

    Airfoam Pocket Controller Case
    Manufacturer: Dragon
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    Price: $14.95


    Overview : A stylish, tough and practical carry bag to go challenge your friends on Wii with your own controllers! Available in 5 fashion colors, and easy to carry with its included carabiner or on your belt, it is the perfect companion for players on the go!

    - Airfoam design to protect against shock and scratches
    - Can hold one Wiimote and one Nunchuk
    - Comes with carabiner and belt strap

    Features:
    • Prevent any shock and scratch
    • Place with Wii remote controller and Nunchuk pad
    • Come with carabiner for hanging or carrying on the belt

    Quality/Usability : There has not been many cases out on the market that will protect the Wiimote and Nunchuk from dust and scratches. Dragon aims to help solve that problem.

    The case is very big but at the same time, it gives ample amount of protection from its thickness. Placing the controllers into the case feels just right and snug. If you have a silicone case on your controllers, it will make it a bit more tighter.

    Inside the case is a middle divider that separates your Wiimote and Nunchuk. I had to play around with how to place the controllers as well as how to place the wires and wrist strap. With the Wiimote in the case, it reaches near the top so you'll either have the strap on top or at the bottom of the case. With the Nunchuk, I placed the wires in first and then the Nunchuk itself. Since the case is somewhat of a tight fit, the joystick on the Nunchuk had to be moved from its default position (middle). This can also hold two Nunchuks or two Wiimotes...nothing more.

    Conclusion : Overall, the Airfoam Pocket Controller Case protects the controllers very well. But the size may be a big turn off to some as they want it to be as portable as possible.

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    Last edited by bandit; January 4th, 2011 at 00:54.
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