Geek Daily Deals Apr. 5, 2019: Nintendo Switch Joy-Con Charging Station for Just $11 Today!

Geek Daily Deals – Keep those Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons powered up for play with this charging station for just $11 today!

Charging Dock for Nintendo Switch Joy-Con,Charging Station for Nintendo Switch with a USB Type-C Charging Cord:

  • Display and Charging – Connect the Charging Dock USB cable directly to the charging.You can use your AC adapter to charge it. It’s small so it sits neatly beside your Switch taking up little space.
  • Light Indicators – Transparent light bar can show the beautiful effects.The transparent light bar is red at charging,fully charged or empty is green.
  • Easy to Use – Easy slide-in design connects each Joy-Con to the charger.It provides stability and keep your joy cons neat.
  • Save Time – Charges up to 4 Joy-Con Controllers simultaneously.Fully charged to 4 controllers simultaneously within 2 hours.Power through the Type C port.Comes with a 3FT Type C Cable.The charging cord fits Galaxy S8.
  • Note:Not include Nintendo Switch Joy Cons.To see other accessories for Nintendo Switch Console in our range, simply search ‘Fyoung’ in the search bar above.

Get one today for just $11! (And look for the extra 5% off coupon box, too!)

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This post was last modified on April 6, 2019 11:07 am

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