Geek Daily Deals Apr. 20, 2019: AC Adapter for the Nintendo Switch for Just $15!
Geek Daily Deals – Get a replacement or back-up AC adapter/charger for your beloved Nintendo Switch for just $15 today!
AC Adapter Charger for Nintendo Switch, YCCTEAM Switch Charger AC Adapter Power Supply 15V 2.6A Fast Charging Kit for Switch Dock and Pro Controller (Support TV Mode),Black:
EASY TO USE – Compatible with Nintendo Switch dock station and pro controller. plug in the ac adapter and power your Nintendo Switch system from any 100 – 240 volt outlet, 5ft power supply cord, a great replacement charger or backup Nintendo Switch ac adapter for travel.
SUPPORT TV MODE AND NC 5.0 SYSTEM – It works for docking the switch to play on TV and handheld mode. Also Support NC 5.0 System,After using ac adapter in TV mode, if you don’t like to unplug it every time you want to charge the Nintendo Switch away from your dock, this ac adapter is a great additional charger for your Nintendo Switch.
FASTER CHARGING – High speed charge for 3 hours in case it’s out of power, the nintendo switch power adapter allows you to charge the switch quickly and keeps it adequately powered while playing in docked mode and in handheld mode.
SAFE ENOUGH – Professional manufacture. Lightweight and fit into your handbag or backpack. CE/FCC/ROHS Certificates, short circuit protection, over current protection, surge protection, overload protection, etc.
YOU GET A RELIABLE, STURDY, AND LONG-LASTING AC ADAPTER, OR YOUR MONEY BACK – Get a reliable, high-quality AC Adapter that runs perfectly to charge your Nintendo Switch Console and Dock. You can now order risk free with our Money Back guarantee. If for some reason you’re not happy with this accessory, please feel free to contact us. we’ll make it right and process a refund for you. At YCCTEAM, your satisfaction is not an option, it’s a guarantee!
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