GeekShare Switch Game Card Holder&Thumb Grips Storage Box Can Keep Your Desk Neat

Although GeekShare mainly releases Switch protective cases and Carrying Bags, we still also design desktop storage products, because there are so many bits and pieces related to the Switch, we think storage boxes are also essential, but monotonous storage bags can not decorate your desktop, so we deliberately released two new items.

🔗GeekShare Tiger Nintendo Switch Game Card Holder


If you are a crazy Switch player and already own many game cards, then you won't want to miss this game card holder.

As you can see, the inspiration was the tiger, and since this year is the Chinese Year of the Tiger, but it's about to pass, we decided to push out a product with tiger elements. The overall color of this game card holder is orange with a conspicuous tiger image, but we designed a cute version of the tiger to look more cartoonish. Place it on your desk and from a distance, it looks like a cute little tiger climbing on the fence looking at you expectantly.

This game card holder can hold up to 9 game cards and it weighs only 0.2 pounds, making it very lightweight and suitable for travel.

🔗GeekShare Rainbow Cloud Thumb Grips Storage Box

Understandably, many Switch owners love to collect different thumb grips to match their cases. That's why we've introduced this thumb grips storage box. The rainbow shape, placed on your desk can not only play a decorative role but also play practicality (can hold 16 thumb grips). Because of a fan's feedback that this holding capacity is small, she even has 40 thumb grips, gosh darn it! We're also getting positive feedback, and if we're about to release a larger version, we'll be the first to post about it on 🔗IG!

As for more products, you can come to GeekShare and pick them out for yourself, or choose to 🔗subscribe to GeekShare so you'll be the first to know about new products as soon as we release them.


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