The Apple TV remote is a wonder of touchpad responsiveness, but it's not perfect. Chief among its flaws is a slim design that makes it tough to grip, and a symmetrical button arrangement that makes it hard to tell which end is up. These cases should help.
Made out of hard plastic, the Madman Designs MD-ATV4 ($20) is one of the thicker cases for your Apple TV remote and turns it into a much more substantial feeling clicker. A lanyard helps mark "down."
This $9 Sikai Case comes in multiple colors and has a dip in the middle of the back to give it a more ergonomic feel.
This iPazzPort ($22) is a remote cover and Bluetooth keyboard all rolled into one. The keyboard won't be to everyone's liking.
Griffin is known for its iPhone cases but it also makes an Apple TV remote case. Only drawback: It's a little expensive ($20) compared to cases from generic brands. But I do like its transparent look.
This $8 package from Hapurs includes both a cover and a remote holder you can mount to the side of your TV (or elsewhere) so you always know where your remote is.
The popular Akwox is another inexpensive ($8) silicone case from another no-name company that comes in multiple colors.
Elago's Intelli Case for Apple TV looks similar to the Akwox case but costs slightly more ($10) and arguably has the slightly cleaner design (can you spot the difference in the designs?).
Fintie, which sells its share of device cases, has a slightly different take on an Apple TV remote cover with a grippy back that's anchored by its hexagonal tread design. Available in multiple colors for $9.