My 3ds needs damage protection

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Sep 5, 2011
  1. angelzbl0od
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    Newcomer angelzbl0od Member

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    Hey guys so my 3ds is sooo awesome I love it. I purchased the Nyco extended life battery the day after I bought my 3ds and that is a great addition to battery life.

    Now I am wondering about protecting my system on the go. So basically I have some questions.

    I would like to get a gel case. Does one exist that works with Nyco batter yet?

    I heard screen protectors are bad. Why?

    Would a carrying case of some sort be my best option for now?

    Whats my best option for preventing the bottom screen frame from scratching the top screen?
     
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    Screen protectors.
    Some people install rubber bumpers to the top corners of the top panel, though.
     
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    Make sure not to put to much pressure on the 3DS.
     
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    Member 10_0ARMY THE *Original* 1 Man Army

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    when I got my 3DS there was a bundle that had both a carrying case and screen protectors with it. That's really all you need, unless you intend to throw your 3DS around a bit lol
     
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    I place a microfiber cloth when I close the system (just like how the sponge covers in between when you open up your new system). There are other ways though.
     
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    This
    By far the most cheapest, successful and easiest method out there.
    If you screw up applying screen protectors thing your pretty much fucked, and have a $5 sticky mess.
     

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