Guy Creates The 'World's Largest' 65-Pound Nintendo Switch
If you tend to lose stuff around the house, you're going to love this: YouTuber Michael Pick has created what he claims is the biggest Nintendo Switch in the whole world. Not only that, but it is also fully functional.
After losing his own Switch, Pick decided to create a Switch so big that he could never lose it again. He calls his build "the world's largest, fully functional, Nintendo Switch," and "every single button works."
Using drills, hacksaws, and grinders to replicate the shape of the usual Nintendo Switch console, he selects a 4K display to finish off the project. Complete with a giant switch, joycons, and a controller, the device functions just like the normal device, but it is in fact 30 inches by 70 inches (76 cm by 177 cm) and weighs around 65 pounds (30 kilograms). Pick donated the giant Switch to Saint Jude's Hospital, so you might have to take your tools out and get to work if you actually want one.
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