How durable are your Nintendo consoles/handhelds? Their handhelds and consoles are certainly more durable than stuff made from other companies. How have your handhelds/consoles fared? DS Lite - The hinge got damaged really easily. It was only a minor crack, though. My sibling dropped it on the ground by accident and the F2 fuse was blown DSi - I haven't had many problems with this. My only problem is with the L/R triggers. I sent it in to Nintendo to get it fixed. It worked for awhile until it broke again! I don't understand how this happened. I keep it in very good condition and have a case for it. Wii - This is a rather durable console. I haven't had a single durability problem with it, so far. GBA SP - I put this in my pocket on my way to the waterpark when I was younger. I forgot to take it out and it got soaked. Surprisingly, the only thing that was damaged was the right trigger button. GBA - My GameBoy Advance still works with the exception of the directional pad. The directional pad needs to be pressed really hard for it to work. GameBoy - I'd say my GameBoy is the most durable of all the handhelds! It's the oldest of all the handhelds I own and it still works perfectly!