CTA Digital PS Vita Travel EVA Protective Case


Protect your next generation portable handheld console wherever you go with CTA Digital’s EVA Travel Protective Case for the PS Vita. This travel case made of durable EVA material and soft fabric interior lining is specially designed to fit around the Vita and helps protect it from any bumps or scratches. A padded divider inside the case provides additional protection and storage space for games, memory cards and small accessories. Take your PS Vita everywhere with CTA Digital’s EVA Travel Protective Case for PS Vita.

$ 7.99

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  1. Archimedes says:
    15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Good and Cheap. Need I say more?, June 13, 2012
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    Ok, so after dishing out some dough for the Vita and some games I had to find a good case to keep it safe. I wasn’t abut to leave a $250 system out and about for it to collect scratches. But I also didn’t want to pay $20 plus for some case. So I found this one for $10. It gets the job done. Here are some details I’m sure you’re wondering about it.

    1. Fits nice and snug you don’t have to worry about it rattling around in there.
    2. The case is hard and sturdy, I’m pretty sure I could drop it and the Vita inside would be just fine.
    3. Yes there are 2 annoying straps inside that might mess around with the analog sticks, but you don’t have to use them
    4. Mine didn’t have a smell as some other people have complained about, luck of the draw I guess
    5. I like the fact it has the sleeve inside that protects the screen and you can put some games in there to carry around.

    My only advice is if you don’t like the straps and aren’t going to use them I suggest cutting them off like I did, see when you put the Vita on top of the straps and go to unzip the case, since the Vita is kinda being held up by the straps it could easily slip if you’re opening the case at an angle. But overall I’m glad I bought this case instead of dishing out another couple of bucks for another one because of the brand.

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  2. Craig A. Liess says:
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    20 of 25 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Questionable construction, and potent smell., March 12, 2012
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    = Fun:3.0 out of 5 stars 
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    It’s not a bad case, if you can forgive the potent made in China smell and questionable construction. I’d hoped the stink would air out, but it’s been a week and it’s still there, making me ponder things like birth defects and chromosomal damage. The stitching on the game card holder is where the construction seems most lacking, it came apart after attempting to slide a game in.

    If the stench subsides, this’ll make a great case, especially for the price. I’ll update the review if this happens.

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    Oct 26, 2012 3:31:20 PM PDT

    Hi Wade,

    Thanks for reporting this. We’re looking into the manufacturing process to ensure we an address the issue.

     
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  5. Anonymous says:
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great value for a Vita case, November 4, 2012
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    Craig A. Liess (Rochester Hills, MI) –
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    ***
    11/09/2012 REVIEW UPDATE

    One of the nylon straps that others have complained about, broke a few days ago. So, I ended up snipping them both off with some wire cutters.

    I wasn’t being forceful or anything, was just trying to get the Vita out.

    So far, I’d still recommend the case and am keeping the 5-star rating as-is.

    ***

    ORIGINAL REVIEW:

    After browsing a number of different Vita cases and checking reviews, I decided to pull the trigger on this one. A few notes:

    – The case shipped to me does NOT have any sort of weird smell. Another reviewer reported theirs did.
    – The two straps used to keep the Vita in place can certainly be slightly annoying, but they absolutely hold the device in place well. I’m undecided on snipping them off or not.
    – Other reviewers reported that the games would slide out of the sleeve easily — I did NOT find this to be the case, and I tried — hard — to make it happen.
    – Construction of this case, overall, seems very good. Some of the stitching isn’t perfect, but for under $9, it’s impossible to complain about.

    To be perfectly honest, I think this case is better than the felt sleeve that came with my PSP1000. I feel confident in saying the case could be dropped from a fair hight and no harm would come to the Vita inside.

    So far, I’m overall extremely pleased with the case and will put it through some usage over the next few months. Should my opinion change at all, I’ll be sure and update this review.

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