The RDS Industries deluxe travel case for the SNES Classic Edition ships from Target.com. The case has been available for pre-order online at gamestop.com for $19.99. The RDS SNES Classic case will ship on November 15 from GameStop. Target is beating GameStop to the punch.
RDS Industries offers a popular case for the NES Classic and with some delay has now also released a carrying case specifically designed for the Super NES Classic. Features of the case include a sectioned compartment that holds and protect SNES Classic Editions and AC adaptor, mesh pockets for HDMI, USB and Controller cables.
The case has a hard shell case for protection of your SNES Classic. The RDS SNES Classic case adopts the wide format from the RDS Industries Switch case. Amazon sells the NES Classic carrying case from RDS, but not the new SNES Classic case. Find more SNES Classic Accessories.
RDS faces more competition for the SNES Classic. The PDP Deluxe SNES Classic case is available since a while for purchase but is also shipping on November 15, like the RDS Industries one. The PDP SNES Classic case is $10 more expensive but has a nice touch with those exchangeable covers.
For $19.99, the SNES Classic Case by RDS Industries is going to be a popular choice, giving the no-name SNES Classic case a hard time to sell at the same price-point. Expect SNES Classic cases from Keten, Younik and others to drop in price soon.
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The SNES Classic is available at select Walmart, GameStop and Target stores. According tothe latest SNES Classic availability report there is not much new stock arriving at stores.
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