Nintendo Labo Replacement Part Prices Revealed

Nintendo Labo Replacement Part Prices Revealed

Here's how much you'll spend if you're too hard on these cardboard toys.

Nintendo Labo is out today and it's sure to be fun for the whole family. But what happens if you accidentally damage some of the cardboard components you need to use to build your Labo accessories? Well Nintendo will sell you replacement parts for a reasonable price.

The official replacement parts are on sale at the official Labo online store today. There's nearly ever part on sale and prices can be as low as $1.99 to $13.99 for the Labo robot body replacement part.

Keep all the Labo boxes to stencil replacement parts.

Nintendo previously said that the company will release replacement materials through its online store starting today April 20, 2018. You can also order them through Nintendo Customer Services.

However, if you're truly into the Do-it-yourself spirit then Nintendo says you can keep the cardboard sheet the parts can be taken from and use it as a stencil to trace your own replacement part. This is both eco- and cost-friendly.

Nintendo Labo had a long journey to get to the form it is in today. Nintendo first prototyped Labo with a nose-picking game, and now comes with a special program that lets you build your own Labo toys. We have a few Labo suggestions for future accessories so hopefully the cardboards last us a long time.

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Matt Kim

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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