Back when the Nintendo Switch launched, dbrand released a PSA about how the 3M adhesive that many skin makers used (including itself) would cause damage to the console’s exterior. After a year of RND with 3M, dbrand has created an adhesive that doesn’t leave a mark.

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With dbrand now making skins for the Nintendo Switch, you can accessorize the Joy-Cons, the console itself, and the docking station.

Below is a list of the different skin styles that you can choose from:

  • Black Camo
  • Matte White
  • Black Carbon
  • Red
  • Orange
  • Yellow
  • Green
  • Blue
  • Purple
  • Pink

As dbrand had to rework the adhesive specifically for the Switch, it also changed its colored skins to make them more vibrant and gamer-focused. Check out the gallery below the post to see these skins in action.

Additionally, to make sure your Switch has 360-degree protection, dbrand is selling a tempered glass screen protector to keep the display from getting scratched up. These will come in a two-pack just in case you mess up the installation or happen to damage it.

If you’re interested in picking up a skin for your Nintendo Switch, you can buy them directly from dbrand’s website. Each Joy-Con skin costs $4.95, the Console skin is $9.95, skins for the dock’s front and accents together are $14.95, and the tempered glass screen protectors will set you back $9.95. Together, all of that will cost you just under $45.

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