Best Nintendo Switch Mounts, Brackets & Stands in 2020



Lamicall Multi-Angle Nintendo Switch Playstand, Tablet Stand, Phone Holder Dock for Desk, Foldable, Adjustable, Compatible with iPad Mini Pro Air, iPhone XS Max XR X 8 7 6S 6 Plus etc., 4-10'' Devices Review:


This is a seriously good phone stand. It is a bit bigger than the picture might suggest and that is a big plus. It will not tip over easily unless you're really trying. I bought it because I needed a solid desk phone stand that also had the ability to fold up in case I needed to use it on the road.

While I bought it for my phone it can easily handle my Nexus 7 tablet. It will easily handle any phone you throw at it. The feet have a really positive stickiness to them and can be easily wiped off when they need cleaning. They really hold the stand in place while still allowing you to slide the stand around the desk. It is heavy enough to be a good desk stand and at the same time it can fold up small enough to take in a bag if you're on the go.

I previously bought 2 CoolerMaster Jas mini's and they were far inferior to this stand while costing just as much. The rubber protector on the Jas mini was a hard plastic that was molded around the metal frame. They eventually cracked and started to fall off.

The rubber protector on this stand, however, is quite soft and flexible. It can be removed with a bit of effort but it won't fall off easily. It can be removed in case you need to wash it because of a spill.

I included a few photos because I feel the ones provided by Amazon don't accurately portray this stand.

I really can't say enough good things about this stand. Before finding this one I had given up looking for a good foldable stand and figured it must not exist. Then one day when I wasn't even looking for it, it pops up in my suggested list. If you think this might be what you're looking for, trust me, it is.



Tablet Stand Adjustable, Lamicall Tablet Holder Dock for Desk Kitchen, Compatible with iPad Pro 9.7, 10.5, Mini Air, Samsung Tab, Kindle Fire, E-Reader, Foldable Portable Nintendo Switch Playstand Review:


This is a seriously good phone stand. It is a bit bigger than the picture might suggest and that is a big plus. It will not tip over easily unless you're really trying. I bought it because I needed a solid desk phone stand that also had the ability to fold up in case I needed to use it on the road.

While I bought it for my phone it can easily handle my Nexus 7 tablet. It will easily handle any phone you throw at it. The feet have a really positive stickiness to them and can be easily wiped off when they need cleaning. They really hold the stand in place while still allowing you to slide the stand around the desk. It is heavy enough to be a good desk stand and at the same time it can fold up small enough to take in a bag if you're on the go.

I previously bought 2 CoolerMaster Jas mini's and they were far inferior to this stand while costing just as much. The rubber protector on the Jas mini was a hard plastic that was molded around the metal frame. They eventually cracked and started to fall off.

The rubber protector on this stand, however, is quite soft and flexible. It can be removed with a bit of effort but it won't fall off easily. It can be removed in case you need to wash it because of a spill.

I included a few photos because I feel the ones provided by Amazon don't accurately portray this stand.

I really can't say enough good things about this stand. Before finding this one I had given up looking for a good foldable stand and figured it must not exist. Then one day when I wasn't even looking for it, it pops up in my suggested list. If you think this might be what you're looking for, trust me, it is.



YCCSKY Charging Station Joy-Con Charging Dock 4 in 1 Charger Stand with Type C Cable for Nintendo Switch Controller Review:


Overall happy with this charger

THE GOOD: The Joy-Con controllers fit perfectly in the slot. Easy to set up, and the USB-C cable supplied can double as a charger for the pro controller as well if you unplug it from the base. USB cable can be plugged into the dock of the switch as well, and charge while the Switch is in sleep mode. Red and Green indicator lights on the front to tell you if it is charging or not.

THE BAD: While the controllers do fit snugly, it wasn't super obvious if they were seated all the way down. Just make sure to push them all the way down in the slot. Also the LED + - indicator lights on the front of the unit aren't easily seen. in order to see them clearly you need to stand in front of it looking down.

OVERALL: A little easier than the slide-in charging stations, this one fits 4 Joy-Cons snugly and is lower profile than others like it. A nice addition to the Nintendo Switch.



Insten Joy Con Charger for Nintendo Switch by Insten 4 in 1 Joy-Con Charging Dock Station with Individual LED Charge Indicator and USB Cable for Nintendo Switch JoyCon Controller Console Accessories Review:


The charger does the job and It looks resistant. The plastic it's good and the design looks cool when the 4 joycons are connected. I connected my joycons and they charge really well.

The only thing I noticed is that my switch console said the joycons were fully charged but the led in the charger never changed from blue (charging) to green (charged). That's why the 4 stars. I don't know why that happens but since the joycons charged I won't mind it much. I can always check the status of the joycons in the console.



HORI Compact Playstand for Nintendo Switch Officially Licensed by Nintendo Review:


Ok, the purchase of this all started from some blog article I read somewhere where a guy was daydreaming of being able to play his Switch while laying down, with the unit resting on his stomach/chest and his hands resting further down by his waist. I know. Like...how lazy can you get? Amirite?? So obviously I wanted to emulate this man's plan exactly because it can take a toll on your neck after hours of playing Zelda propped on a pillow on your stomach. I mean, no one needs that kind of suffering. Well, this does not work to a 5-star level on that front, I'm afraid, but it works well enough for in-bed laziness that I'll give it 4. And if you're asking why don't I just play it connected to a TV like a civilized human, well that's because I like to play at night when my kids are finally asleep, so I'm left with only being able to play in my bedroom with the door closed lest my hoard of monkeys hear the music and wonder why they can't stay up all night and play too. Plus, by that time my husband has usually already commandeered the TV to watch Overwatch Twitch streams. The unit is compact, folds down flat, and is easy to store. On the long-term durability and strength scale, it could use some work. It prevents it from slipping down in the traditional just-prop-it-up-against-something method, and also elevates it a little for better viewing. However, if your goal was just to have a semi-stable unit to prop the Switch up on an actual flat surface and play, this is a great solution for not a lot of money.



TFY Car Headrest Mount Silicon Holder for Game Machine Nintendo Switch and Other tablets Review:


Totally serves its purpose. It fits well over the seat and device. However, it is clearly made for certain devices. For instants, it barely fits snug over the Nintendo switch Consol. I wish it fit a little more snuggly. The wrap that goes around the head rest also is not exactly made for all head rest seats I don’t think. It is a great product and I would recommend it. However, it is clearly made for certain devices. For instants, barely fit snug over the Nintendo switch consul. I wish it fit a little more snuggly. Does not fit iPad. Only iPad mini. The wrap that goes around the head rest also is not exactly made for all head rest seats I don’t think. It is a great product and I would recommend it. One thing that I think they can improve on is having a feature where it can tilt somehow to someone who sitting in the middle seat. It’s made so that only the person sitting behind either the drivers or passenger seat can’t see it.



HORI Compact PlayStand - Zelda Edition, Officially Licensed by Nintendo - Nintendo Switch Review:


Ok, the purchase of this all started from some blog article I read somewhere where a guy was daydreaming of being able to play his Switch while laying down, with the unit resting on his stomach/chest and his hands resting further down by his waist. I know. Like...how lazy can you get? Amirite?? So obviously I wanted to emulate this man's plan exactly because it can take a toll on your neck after hours of playing Zelda propped on a pillow on your stomach. I mean, no one needs that kind of suffering. Well, this does not work to a 5-star level on that front, I'm afraid, but it works well enough for in-bed laziness that I'll give it 4. And if you're asking why don't I just play it connected to a TV like a civilized human, well that's because I like to play at night when my kids are finally asleep, so I'm left with only being able to play in my bedroom with the door closed lest my hoard of monkeys hear the music and wonder why they can't stay up all night and play too. Plus, by that time my husband has usually already commandeered the TV to watch Overwatch Twitch streams. The unit is compact, folds down flat, and is easy to store. On the long-term durability and strength scale, it could use some work. It prevents it from slipping down in the traditional just-prop-it-up-against-something method, and also elevates it a little for better viewing. However, if your goal was just to have a semi-stable unit to prop the Switch up on an actual flat surface and play, this is a great solution for not a lot of money.



HORI Compact PlayStand - Mario Edition, Officially Licensed by Nintendo - Nintendo Switch Review:


Not much to complain about here, it's plastic and hinges. It holds the switch and has all the right cutouts and stuff for the cords/vents. It has notches to give it different viewing angles. My only gripe is that I expected it to be closer to the 8-10 dollar range, as it's only plastic, but I think it's still worth the price compared to other options. It works great with the Mumba case, which means it'll probably fit most any case, and it's thin enough to fit in bigger carrying cases. It's nice for playing desktop while charging.



HORI Nintendo Switch Multiport USB Playstand - Nintendo Switch Review:


Short version: it is a really good portable stand, but it needs full power from the Switch official charger to charge and play. I can power peripherals without a charger but it will drain the switch fast.

Long version: I got this to primarily use my PS4 controller in tabletop mode in bed. The joycons are small and my banana hands get cramped after a while. I use a Magic NS to pair my PS4 controller to my dock. This USB hub lets me do the same while in tabletop mode while also charging the switch if needed.

As a stand it is great. When not in use it folds into a fairly compact slim shell. In use it doesn't take much space either. The switch slides in almost as easily as the dock, but you might have to wiggle it to get it to latch. The USB port tilts a bit to allow you to get the switch in without fear of putting undue stress on the port. The viewing angles are much better than using the kickstand. The Switch kickstand has one setting and you're forced to adjust yourself rather than the Switch. This however, adjusts well and helps you keep better posture while playing. The USB ports all work fine. I only use one at the moment to connect my Magic NS.

My only gripe with it is the power draw. It requires the official charger in order to actually charge as you play. If you use a weaker charger it will at best hold your current Battey level and at worst drain anyway. I only tried with the official charger and my Galaxy note 9 charger. Maybe something stronger will work. You might as well try, if not just get the official charger. I got a second one from Best Buy because I don't trust buying official chargers online due to counterfeitting.

Overall this thing allows me to do exactly what I wanted it to. As a bonus I am able to use a USB extender from the dock portion to the switch. This allows me to use the switch on a gooseneck stand with my peripherals. Total bedroom gaming comfort. Try it if you haven't. It will change your life. See my 2nd picture for reference.



Car Headrest Mount for Nintendo Switch, Adjustable Car Holder for Nintendo Switch/iPhone/iPad and Other Tablets (4"-11") Review:


Purchased this mount just prior to a trip from California to Oregon (about 6 hours both ways) and was very pleased with the quality. The plastic felt sturdy and mount was easy to put together. Some reviews say this mount does not fit the Nintendo Switch but it definitely does; you just have to take the joycons off. My Switch felt completely secure in the mount and I was never worried about it falling out or the mount damaging my console in any way. I admit I did end up not using it as much as I thought I would during the drive because the rode was bumpy and trying to play Breath of the Wild while the screen shook (because the car was shaking too) made me dizzy after a while. But I do not consider this a problem with the mount and it would likely have not been a problem had I been playing a less graphically complex game. I think this would be fantastic for kids in the car to play their Switch (or even for a small tablet about the same size) in the car on roadtrips.