PDP Nintendo Switch Elite Player Backpack Review

I'm not particularly a backpack kind of person aiming for smaller ways to carry things since I like lightweight activity. That being said, I'm very impressed with the PDP backpack, this thing is seriously impressive for any Switch player on the go. With being on the go as a huge part of what makes the Nintendo Switch such a desired item. This bag not only looks cool, but is compact and comfortable to wear. It's got your classic backpack design, but is filled with official Nintendo Switch logos and is designed with the console in mind.

The outside is a combination of soft fabric for the tough parts and a mesh for whenever it's in contact with you while being warn. When it comes to holding things there are three main areas and a smaller outer pouch, these all being spots that are most noticeable as it gets rather compact the more you get into it. I'll also make note before describing each of these areas that logos are displayed for the best spots to fit certain accessories or the console. The front pouch has two small pockets with one being a very little mesh area and another taking up the majority of the space in that section, not including the general pouch.

PDP Nintendo Switch Elite Player Backpack

Hardware Continued
The second tier is just one large area and is accompanied by the smaller outside pouch which is what I would call medium sized. The main area of the backpack is where things get really intricate, with nine slots for just about anything. Here we have small Joy-Con spots for all the controllers you could possible have, longer skinny spots on the side and a wide yet smaller one on the bottom.

The Conclusion

I was definitely surprised by not only the quality and feeling of the bag, but also of the internal aspects. It was great to see such a wide range of options for storing the important parts of the Nintendo Switch among other gear that I might be carrying with me on Switch adventures. It's really a nice item to show off your console with as it carries the signature logos in a sleek way while holding everything within it. There's also the sense of multiple options for placing things within it so you're not stuck with just one pouch for holding things.

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Review done on PDP Nintendo Switch Elite Player Backpack provided by PDP tested with Nintendo Switch.

Rating Overall: 9.0

Gamerheadquarters Reviewer Jason Stettner