Protect Your Boxed Nintendo Games With Sentinel Box Protectors

Protect-Your-Boxed-Nintendo-Games-With-Sentinel-Box-ProtectorsOver time we all face the inevitable situation of a certain game meeting an unfortunate end. Whether it be a squashed box, water damage or something else, Sentinel Protection has the answer for you. Their new range of clear Box Protectors will snuggly secure your beloved titles and ensure their safety for many years to come.

These new box protectors have been sculpted by a retro gamer, for retro gamers. Should you order any the first thing you will notice is how sturdy and professional this protection solution really is.

The cases will slide smoothly over any Super Nintendo, Nintendo 64 or Nintendo NES boxed game with ease, however, they will be so snug and close to the cardboard, you'll no longer need to worry about accidental damage.

Each box protector works out to be around £1 when bought in bulk, raising the question- Is it worth spending a little to ensure the safety of our hard to replace titles? We'll leave that for you to decide with the link below.

Link: Super Nintendo, Nintendo 64 and Nintendo NES Box Protectors from Sentinel Protection


Last Updated ( 05 May 2012 )  

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(Link to this comment) Private Joker 2012-05-05 09:24
Quite frankly, all you have to do is find a company that produces these and order 1000+ yourself. You decide the thickness, plastic and the size and you'll pay under 20-30ct per box. (and then of course you flog the rest on eBay for three times that amount)

But is it necessary? Not really, those boxes have survived for over two decades in the hands of people who played them. Why would they degrade in the hands of a collector then? Just be careful with them and you won't have to spend a ridiculous amount on box protectors.
+2 (Link to this comment) ewjim 2012-05-05 09:45
Or if you actually want some, they are of excellent quality. I had a sample sent and they are of a very high standard - very durable and not at all flimsy.
(Link to this comment) Sentinel64 2012-05-05 10:12
What a great article by Cauterize, and to be honest chuffed to bits with peoples reactions to them - often highlighting a genuine need for people wanting to look after and hold on to their collections.

I'm also told that the same cases fit Atari Jaguar games AND mega drive games which is pretty handy...

Some people just aren't sure whether these protectors are for them, or if ts worth their while after 'two decades' of doing just fine, and that's fair enough. But if your not sure i suggest you get in touch and i'll send you over a free sample, that way you can make up your own mind and check them out for your selves :lol:
+1 (Link to this comment) MRCL 2012-05-05 11:18
Do Gameboy box protectors and I have to use a pitchfork to shovel the money over to you :D
I could use a few SNES protectors, too, tough...
(Link to this comment) Sentinel64 2012-05-05 12:26
Quoting MRCL:
Do Gameboy box protectors and I have to use a pitchfork to shovel the money over to you :D
I could use a few SNES protectors, too, tough...


Warm up that pitchfork of yours - Gameboy cases should be here within 3 weeks or so - just finalising the spec and design :lol:
+1 (Link to this comment) megaroid 2012-05-05 11:54
I guess for some people its not needed, I keep mine neatly in a row on a shelf but still I can notice over 5 years the black covering of the n64 case comes off in places I guess there are those who do not play there games also. But I want to take out my games and play with them knowing that they won't deteriorate with time. Squashing / loss of structure is the biggest issue snes cases are not like mega drive cases, its difficult to find good condition boxes and if you have just paid £500 for final fight 3 paying £1 extra for it to be protected is a very good idea.
+1 (Link to this comment) gamesgaryjp 2012-05-06 10:20
Box protectors are great, as no matter how careful you think you are, they do pic up wear just putting them on & off the shelf.

If i collected snes, i would protect all but the sports titles, and i would keep the carts in their baggies separately so theres no need to tamper with the boxes ever again.
(Link to this comment) Tyron 2012-05-06 20:50
Quoting gamesgaryjp:
Box protectors are great, as no matter how careful you think you are, they do pic up wear just putting them on & off the shelf.

If i collected snes, i would protect all but the sports titles, and i would keep the carts in their baggies separately so theres no need to tamper with the boxes ever again.


Also the dust! Sounds crazy but then you need to clean them etc.

I've just submitted for a free sample. If they're as good as peeps are saying I may order for the rest of my collection.
(Link to this comment) Level Up Games 2012-05-18 10:18
We've recently added some of these as stock items (not sure if our friend got them from you Sentinel )

But like you said the effort of protecting a valuable game and it's fragile box from a very small amount is being well recieved by our customers!

True they are not for everyone, but are certainly a great idea :)
(Link to this comment) retroballz 2012-05-18 12:59
These box's are worth every penny, got mine sometime ago on ebay :)
(Link to this comment) Sentinel64 2012-05-19 09:03
That's great news that you've added some to your shop - i had a look and the shop looks awesome, hopefully they will pick up some interest and they are definitely well placed!

I'm sure they would have been ours, if your interested we will have NES and GameBoy cases in about 3weeks, so keep in touch as it would be great to get them on the shelf also!?

We've had such a great reception and i'm really pleased that everyone is so happy with them - makes all the hard work worth while :lol:

Like us on facebook and find out when the new stock is it and the latest promo! http://www.facebook.com/Sentinel64?ref=tn_tnmn
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