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Getting DBrands and SlickWraps is a great choice, although, getting them imported to India can be a life long lesson for one. It turns out to be costlier than ever. Addressing these problems, we’ve got Skins4Gadgets. These guys are a startup who just know how to conceive some good quality skins for most of your gadgets at the best prices. Here is our review for their awesome skins. If not any better, they’re as good as what DBrand makes.
These skins are made from a good quality plasticated sheet, avoiding all troubles to stick on your device well. The cutouts and edges are so close to perfection, that no error can be determined by the human eye! Coming to the glue utilised, it seems to be a high grade sticker adhesive that doesn’t leave significant glue marks after the skin is removed. Talking about removal, yes these skins can be reapplied as they retain their strength for nearly thrice the drill.
Coming to the feel and design, I chose a smoother texture, as it fits my preference, these skins provide a totally different level of comfort while I use my device, they totally live up to my expectations by adding a premium feel and a custom branding over my OnePlus 2. After using these skins for more than half-a-month, I find them to be protective, well designed and very durable and long lasting.
Here’s an offer for you, go ahead and get your skins from: http://skin4gadgets.com/ and use the code: TRUETECH25 to get an additional 25% discount! Hurry up, this grab your skins asap and let us know your views below in the comment section!
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