I "always" zip up the case at least half way when I put the Deck inside, but that Steam Deck Lifesaver
looks pretty useful for the time when I inevitably forget. Or maybe if I'm not the only person in the world who will ever use the device, I can't be sure other people will be as mindful about the dangers of accidentally dropping it if it's not zipped up. So thanks for sharing that find! I'll need to look into whether or not my local library offers any 3D printing services and see what it takes to make a couple of them.
In other news, I just got back last night from a weekend trip out of town, on which I brought my Deck with me. But I didn't really use it much. It was about a 6 hour drive to where we were staying, but I couldn't use the Deck while riding in the car because I get carsick if I'm reading or doing other things that don't include frequently looking out the windows. And then for the rest of the trip we were either busy doing other things most of the time or in social situations where it would have been rude to just pull out the Deck (or a phone) and be doing my own thing while ignoring everyone else. But I did turn it on for a couple of minutes each day to continue receiving one game's daily login bonus streak that would have gotten reset to the start had I not been able to do that while I was out of town. So that was nice.
I knew I probably wouldn't be spending a lot of time with it for this trip. I think it would have been great to have with me on a longer trip, or at least one with more downtime. And if something like this comes up again I may try playing while riding in the car for long stretches of relatively straight freeways, because now that I'm thinking about it, I think I get carsick from not looking at the road while doing lots of stopping and starting and turning and weaving, such as in the middle of city traffic or curvy mountain passes. But when it's mostly just driving straight for hours I think I might be OK.