Best Nintendo Switch Screen Protectors in 2020

[3 Pack] Screen Protector Tempered Glass for Nintendo Switch Lite, iVoler Transparent HD,High Definition,Clear Anti-Scratch with Anti-Fingerprint Bubble-Free Fit Switch Lite 2019 Review:

This took me two tries to get on properly because I had issues with the dry cloth leaving dust. I did use the dust remover, but it just wouldn't get the little hairs from the cloth perfectly. The first one had a bubble as a result, so I reapplied. The new one has a couple of cloth hairs stuck under it but it doesn't affect the screen usage. It's very responsive and looks fantastic!

[4 Pack] Screen Protector Tempered Glass for Nintendo Switch Lite, iVoler Transparent HD,High Definition,Clear Anti-Scratch with Anti-Fingerprint Bubble-Free Fit Switch Lite 2019 Review:

This was a GREAT price for a 4 pack of tempered glass screen protectors. At a Big Box video game store that rhymes with Name Drop, a similar plastic screen protector for the Switch Lite is $12.99...for ONE. I made the mistake of purchasing that when my kid got their Switch Lite and the kid was able to quickly and without any difficulty remove that and dispose of it. I didn’t want to waste anymore money at that Big Box store so I came to Amazon and lo and behold a 4 pack for almost half the price of ONE at the other place...I was sold. They came in a day, they are much higher quality than the ones sold at the big box store, and my kid can’t get this one everybody wins. THANKS!

[3 Pack] Screen Protector Tempered Glass for Nintendo Switch, iVoler Transparent HD Clear Anti-Scratch Screen Protector Compatible Nintendo Switch Review:

1st, have 4 Switches 1 for a 7 year old so, protection is mandatory. I cleaned the screen with Zeiss lens wipes because I know how they work on lenses, made sure it was literally squeaky clean and totally free of dust, just looking at an overhead light helps you to see this. Removed the plastic backing on the screen protector and being VERY CAREFUL NOT to touch anything but the very edges, I put the plastic backing on the top right corner of the screen for an air gap, placed the screen protector on the very bottom edge, taking care to line it up, then with a lens wipe started wiping the protector from the bottom/left to the top right lowering the screen protector until the last bit was resting on the little space, got to that corner then pulled out the plastic and...DONE. I did have a bubble in one but with the plastic acting as a spacer it's easy to lift the protector, press the bubble out and ease it down.

amFilm Nintendo Switch Screen Protector (2 Pack), Premium Tempered Glass Screen Protector Film for Nintendo Switch (2017) Review:

Bought a Nintendo Switch for the kids for Christmas. Took the store salesman's advice and bought this screen protector. Installed it Christmas Eve, nice and easy. Three months later, the 4 year old drops the Switch down the hardwood stairs. Shortly thereafter, the teenage sibling says "uh oh!" The screen appears shattered. I'm imagining the aggravation of using the in store warranty and what that's going to be like when the teenager says "Do you think it's just the screen protector?" I'm thinking "no way" but I peel it back and to my amazement, it is! The screen protector absorbed the hard impact of the corner of the hardwood stairs and protected the screen of the Switch from damage. This product truly delivers on it's promise to protect the screen! Since it's a 2 pack, I pull out the spare, clean the screen with the provided wipes and apply the new protector. Easy peasy. I'm extremely happy with this product and as soon as I'm finished writing this review, I'm ordering another pack. The two photos I've provided show the damage that the protector absorbed and after the new protector has been applied.

amFilm Tempered Glass Screen Protector for Nintendo Switch Lite 2019 (3-Pack) Review:

TL;DR & PROS/CONS List at bottom if you don't have the time to read this

So for those of you wondering whether this fits on only the screen of the Switch Lite or the entire indented portion, it would be the latter. So the screen protector actually covers a bit more than just the entire screen, which you may or may not see as a plus side to this. I found it to be unbelievably easy to install because it covers the indented portion; it acts as a frame for the screen protector. There's no apparent loss in quality; I compared a Switch Lite with the screen protector on and one without it on--they look indistinguishable, but one obviously has a screen protector on it since the body surrounding the screen is covered in glass. Colors still look fine on the display.

I tried lightly scratching the screen with keys and coins, if for some reason you put your Switch Lite in your pockets. The screen protector only scratched when I applied more force than would ever be applied in pants-pockets (maybe in skinny jeans, but 1. I don't wear skinny jeans & 2. I'm fairly certain the Switch Lite would not fit in skinny jeans).
Fingerprints still form, but not as noticeable as without the screen protector. They are very easily cleaned off, however.
I've used two of my screen protectors so far (the first one was replaced since I ran the scratch test). If you are able to perfectly install each screen protector, then I'd say you have screen protectors for 3-6 years, depending on if you like to change out screen protectors every year or two. The main reason I change my screen protectors yearly is that the oleophobic coating tends to wear out, and I do really like having that on my devices.

This is not an anti-glare screen protector, so on a bright sunny day (such as one in Sunny Southern California), in DIRECT SUNLIGHT, it is difficult to play. Under a tree or at a café (sitting outdoor under the umbrella shades), it is much easier to see the screen on maximum brightness; the Switch Lite appears to be slightly brighter than the original Switch, though I'm not sure how the revised Switch [HAC-001-(01)] fairs. In shade, it will work well. It works very well with indoor (warmer) lighting. I don't have cooler lights at home to test it with, as I prefer warm lighting at home, but on maximum brightness, the glare is no issue, even around 50% brightness.

I don't use a grip or a hard-shell case on my Switch Lite, but I doubt this would interfere with that.

Finally, for games that use the touch screen, there's no interference with how the touch screen functions. It is still just as responsive as though you don't have the screen protector on.

The only thing I don't want to test is dropped the Switch Lite on the ground, but I will assume with/without the screen protector, the screen would be fine since the joy-sticks/back of the system would break before the screen did, as they would shield your screen. If your screen fell on some pointed rocks, MAYBE the screen protector would help, but again, that's not something I'm willing to test. Also, just don't play your Switch Lite near pointed rocks. lol
-easy installation
-relatively scratch resistant; don't forcibly try to scratch the screen protector, but do note that your screen underneath remains safe
-very easy to wipe fingerprints off; fewer fingerprints accumulate on the screen than without the screen protector on
-you get 3 screen protectors, so if you mess up on installation, you can try again, and again
-screen retains high quality image, no blurriness or alterations in color
-protects the area around your screen from scratches as well, which is a bonus
-touch screen works just as well as if you didn't have the screen protector on
-pricing is very reasonable

CONS (or CON, since there's only one that I can think of):
-not anti-glare, which may or may not bother you if you were looking for anti-glare

-protection from cracks? (hopefully someone else can test this, but I wouldn't actually expect anyone to; just keep your Switch Lite safe by NOT DROPPING IT. Some of you may say easier said than done, but if you're the type of person who would drop it, you should probably invest in a protective case/grip).

TL;DR: just get this for your Switch Lite; very easy to install & if you mess up, you get 2 more tries

Orzly Screen Protector for Nintendo Switch Lite 2019 Model [4 Pack] Tempered Glass Screen Protectors. No Bubbles Easy Installation Anti Scratch Edition Review:

First of all; I'm not the best when it comes to installing a screen protector on any device, be it smart phone, gaming console, etc. That being said, it took me 2 tries to perfectly place my screen protector on my Switch Lite. The important thing to remember is, take your time and be sure you clean your screen thoroughly to remove all dust particles. There is nothing more frustrating than finding out there's one speck of dust under the screen protector after
you put it on. It happened to me unfortunately, but my second attempt was successful.

I have found the hinge method to be very useful, if you don't have a steady hand or are unsure. You can use the dust stickers to accomplish this and believe me, it makes it so much easier. After the screen protector was applied, there was only one small air bubble I had to rub out. It only took a few minutes to rub out.

Now, I'll list the Pros and Cons.

1. You get four screen protectors, other companies only give you three.
2. Orzly offers a Limited Lifetime Warranty, simply register your product at
3. These are much thinner than other brands. These are only .24mm thick, resulting in better sensitivity and clarity.
4. Very affordable and you get your money's worth.
5. Good customer support.

1. Don't be surprised if you get bubbles, it's normal. It takes awhile to rub them out.
2. Trying to position the screen protector just right can take awhile.

One reviewer mentioned the screen protector leaves residue on the screen. I have not experienced that, even after one unsuccessful attempt at applying it on my Switch Lite. Would I recommend this product? Absolutely.

Nintendo Switch Lite Hybrid System Armor (Gray) by HORI - Officially Licensed by Nintendo Review:

 Like all Hori cases it’s of excellent quality and will provide decent protection against dropping on floor from about a couple of feet. As you can see from the video, all cut outs are functional including the memory card and headphones. So no need to remove the case. I also use the original Hori sleeve for the Switch and it works really well (link below on Amazon) and only $12.00. This combination is perfect for backpack use or deeper coat pocket.

[3 Pack]Screen Protector Tempered Glass for Nintendo Switch - Hestia Goods Transparent HD Clear Anti-Scratch Screen Protector for Nintendo Switch Review:

I absolutely love this brand. They always make such great quality products. I bought the case for my Nintendo switch from them and that has held up really well. These protectors are such high quality as well! They aren't just cheaply made little thin pieces of "plexy glass" instead, there are three durable thick pieces of plexy glass. It is the type where if it falls on the floor, your protector shatters, not the screen! It doesn't affect playing games at all and I barely notice it at all. I want the same protectors for my phone! The fact that there are three super high quality protectors in the package for the price you pay is a steal! They are also really easy to install as well!

Nintendo Switch Lite DuraFlexi Protector (Clear) By HORI - Officially Licensed by Nintendo Review:

This is the best TPU case on the market for the Switch Lite right now. I have already tried a few, and this one is the best one I've used so far. The TPU is thick and still slightly flexible, allowing your device to have a modicum of cushion during a fall while still protecting the device from scratches and blemishes. It also feels good in the hands and still allows me to utilize a cloth protective case for throwing it in my travel bag during flights. Other cases may have a loose fit and are typically much thinner than this case. This case is a 5/5. Some other user mistakenly has stated that this case blocks wifi and that simply is not the case as TPU cannot interfere with radio signals by nature of material property. Again, this is the best TPU case I've tried for the Switch Lite thus far (I've tried a few) and I highly recommend it.

Orzly Glass Screen Protectors compatible with Nintendo Switch - Premium Tempered Glass Screen Protector TWIN PACK [2x Screen Guards - 0.24mm] for 6.2 Inch Tablet Screen on Nintendo Switch Console Review:

Everything about this screen protector is pretty awesome. It includes all the tools you will need to successfully apply it. It fits the Switch, it looks good, and it actually makes the Switch's dock snug enough to grip the console when I'm pulling the controllers out, but not so tight that I can't pull the console itself out.

There's just one problem. When I was applying the glass, a SINGLE mote of dust managed to land near the botton right corner and leave a nice little bubble under the glass. I could have left it alone and probably barely notice it, but the instructions explicitly say that if there's dust, you can lift the edge of the glass and use a sticker to pull out the dust. There's even a tool that you wedge under the screen protector to lift the corner. Since it seemed so easy, I did just that. And it worked! The sticker pulled that speck of dust off and it was perfect. The only problem is that now that corner of the glass is permanently lifted. It must have bent slightly, because it refuses to adhere to the screen. So now I'm left with the equivalent of an air bubble the size of a quarter on my screen. I thought it might go down but it's been several weeks with no change.

It doesn't affect gameplay. In fact, it's almost invisible when the screen is on. It doesn't seem to be getting any bigger. And, if I ever get tired of it, I can always try again with the included second protector (but that's pretty much a waste of product, in my view) But it's a huge blemish on what should have been a perfectly, carefully applied glass screen on my brand new device. If you read this review, DO NOT attempt to lift the screen. If there's dust there, just leave it.

Orzly, you need to change the instructions to show that the glass can warp when trying to do the fix I described above. I would not have attempted it if I'd known how badly it would affect the aesthetic afterwards. Don't offer a solution to dust that causes worse problems.