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HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICEon 25 July 2012
The PS Vita is a magnificent piece of gaming hardware. However, it is a tad bulky and the addition of a case further increases this conundrum, particularly during travel.

Admittedly, this case is not going to provide the same degree of protection that some of the more bulkier cases do. However, it certainly is the best compromise between keeping the bulk of the Vita to a minimum and providing essential protection.

The case is essentially a mini-duffle bag, with a drawstring at the top. This makes it easy to place and remove your Vita, without having to fiddle around with zips or velcro. It is well made and feels like a good guilty item, made from thick-cut material. The felt lining inside is also a plus point. It should be noted that the entire case is made of a cloth material, thus, protection is at a minimum.

There is a screen wipe dangler included, which seems to be of limited use and is not particularly good at its job. On the plus side, the wrist strap was a nice bonus!

Conclusively, a great pouch that is well constructed and aesthetically pleasing. If you are planning to throw your Vita in your rucksack, this is not your case. However, if you need a simple solution for storing and carrying, I can recommend this. 4/5
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on 2 March 2016
PROS:
+ does the job - keeps my Vita protected
+ strap is useful for moments when you're in frantic gameplay and get too carried away
+ drawstring helps keep the device in place even when it's been thrown around in hand luggage

CONS:
+ bit bulky - makes the device bigger than it is
+ non-collapsable - can't fold it up when not in use
+ the cleaner thing is unpractical - too small, pointless and picks up dirt on the pad-side if you don't store it carefully
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on 7 February 2014
I opted for this case due to the price and convenience of it.

A larger case would not fit in my bag however this one does.

My Vita was gathering dust in a drawer before I got this case as I had nowhere else to keep it when I was not playing it.
This case kept my Vita dry during the heavy rain and snow during the Autumn/Winter.

The quality of the case is great.

I would and have recommended this case to all Vita owners I know.
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on 20 March 2015
The pouch fits the PS Vita perfectly. The inside of the pouch is lined with some sort of microfibre cloth, which prevents any scratches. The addition of the small wipe and the strap are plus points.
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on 9 April 2016
Can't really find decent cases for my Vita, for the price, this is the next best thing! Worth it for the wrist strap alone I think.
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on 28 February 2014
So cheap. Brought this and the accessory pack, but use this more. Not bad protection (socks a couple of layers so a little bit thick) and really easy just to grab from my bag. The other cases in the accessory pack are either not thick enough (just a sleeve) or a big bulky leather case which doesn't let you play the vita whilst its in it. This on the other hand is so cheap and just easy.
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on 3 September 2015
great piece of kit has all you need in it
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on 25 April 2014
brilliant bit of kit very tough fabric with a padding at 1 side the keep vita safe. very cheap to ive seen these protect kits in shops for £15.
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on 17 April 2012
This is essentially a mini duffel bag and is a great easy access pouch for storing your Vita on the go. Nice and soft to protect it, slim enough to fit inside a jacket pocket. Screen wipe is superfluous. Strap is now on my pocket camera.
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on 1 April 2015
Good value for a quality pouch. It won't protect it against a heavy drop, but it will against scratches and other damage that could be caused from being in your backpack.
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