Safe to play Vita outside on a snowy day?

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User Info: Alias_Nemesis

Alias_Nemesis
3 years ago#1
Hey all,

I've had my Vita since January '13. I've never but once brought it outside the comforts of my home from fear of drops,scratches, thefts and damage from weather conditions.

Winter is coming and the snow has come and i wonder if its safe to play my Vita outside where its snowing and its minus 13 Degrees Celcius.

Will my vita break from the weather conditions here?
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User Info: Mister Money

Mister Money
3 years ago#3
It'll be fine.
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User Info: Alias_Nemesis

Alias_Nemesis
3 years ago#4
Like, if the snow falls on me Vita and melts..and seeps into the gaps of the buttons INTO the internal system machinery, will it break?

Such little water...?
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User Info: OhGoodGrief

OhGoodGrief
3 years ago#5
Alias_Nemesis posted...
Like, if the snow falls on me Vita and melts..and seeps into the gaps of the buttons INTO the internal system machinery, will it break?

Such little water...?


Water and electricity.
I think the low temperatures may be a slight concern as well.

It should be fine but those are the small risks as far as I can tell.

User Info: DemonSeal-Curse

DemonSeal-Curse
3 years ago#6
Alias_Nemesis posted...
Hey all,

I've had my Vita since January '13. I've never but once brought it outside the comforts of my home from fear of drops,scratches, thefts and damage from weather conditions.

Winter is coming and the snow has come and i wonder if its safe to play my Vita outside where its snowing and its minus 13 Degrees Celcius.

Will my vita break from the weather conditions here?


If you've been afraid to take it out this entire time in regular weather conditions, why would you even think of taking it out in harsh conditions? No logic there.
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User Info: Alias_Nemesis

Alias_Nemesis
3 years ago#7
OhGoodGrief posted...
Alias_Nemesis posted...
Like, if the snow falls on me Vita and melts..and seeps into the gaps of the buttons INTO the internal system machinery, will it break?

Such little water...?


Water and electricity.
I think the low temperatures may be a slight concern as well.

It should be fine but those are the small risks as far as I can tell.


Why can't i live in warmer areas of the globe!? >___<

Thanks everyone! xD
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User Info: stargazer64

stargazer64
3 years ago#8
It's not safe to remove your Vita from your house.

And you also need to wear oven mitts while playing.
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User Info: PangLa

PangLa
3 years ago#9
The Vita is not waterproof so no.

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Alias_Nemesis
3 years ago#10
stargazer64 posted...
It's not safe to remove your Vita from your house.

And you also need to wear oven mitts while playing.


Cool, thank you for the info, stargaze and pangala!! :)
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