Keep your 3DS games Safe with Portable Game Locker

Keep your 3DS games Safe with Portable Game Locker

CTA Digital rolls out a “special device” for those who don’t  want anyone to touch with their dirty hands, your treasure of games for 3DS, DSi XL, DSi and DS Lite games.

The “protector” of your precious games is a all-metal locker, styled like a school locker and offers storage slots that can hold ten games in their original boxes, plus a space at the bottom for storing systems and chargers. It is equipped with padlock with two keys, to ensures that nobody will touch your games and has carry handle at the top for easier transportation. In the box you’ll find also two specially-made cartridge storage cases with snap-in slots for DS games and accessories, which can hold up to 28 game cartridges, six styluses, four SD memory cards and four micro-SD cards, which you can also lock inside the locker.

 

The locker measures 12″x6″ x6″ deep and is now available for $19.99.

cartridge storage case

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