Phone Skin Companies

Discussion in 'Off Topic Chat' started by Poker72, Jan 27, 2016.

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  1. Poker72

    Poker72 Active Member

    Hey guys, so I have been wanting to get a skin for my iPhone, and there is a few companies that I have been looking at for them.

    I want a nice clean look, not a fancy picture on it, but maybe a nice pattern.

    The companies I have looked at are:

    Anybody purchase anything from one of these? Mind telling me what you thought? Thanks!


    yo, my homie. I'd go for the dBrand, that's what Marques Brownlee uses. A king of mobile devices reviews and didn't say say anything wrong with them. Actually he complements those skins many times. So you know it gotta be true, my homie.
  3. i would go for dbrand skins
  4. Shyzune

    Shyzune Member

    I'd prefer Slickwraps because they just look better. Well but i think they are only available for 4/4s?
  5. I use dbrand, and they've done an excellent job thus far.
  6. glStarLight

    glStarLight Member

    I would just go on taobao to see whats hot and get it haha
  7. rruuookk3840

    rruuookk3840 Member

    dbrand skins for sure! i've ordered a couple of times and the quality is great.

    Ordered from slickwraps once. The order never came.
  8. boAgie_f

    boAgie_f Member

    @rruuookk Dbrand is absolutely the best!
  9. ArjoC

    ArjoC Member

    dbrands are the best :)
  10. jaywhojaycee

    jaywhojaycee Active Member

    i like dbrand skins
  11. i like dbrand also :D
  12. Poker72

    Poker72 Active Member

    Really? Wow. I went with Dbrand just from the overwhelming responses for them. It came really quick, thanks for the info!
  13. Poker72

    Poker72 Active Member

    Just went to that site... I - I don't know what I am looking at. Very intimidating lol.
  14. Poker72

    Poker72 Active Member

    I do believe Slickwraps does make things for all iPhone's 4 and higher. The only reason I would want to go with them is because of the Justin Maller designs.
  15. AAcat

    AAcat Member

    I've used skinit, it's vary diverse and include cases. I got one for my Wii remote and was able to completely customize the images on it, however on the bottom in vary little text you'll see the name skinit, I don't think you can remove that but it's not that destructing.

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  16. Siioh

    Siioh Active Member

    Don't feel overwhelmed! If you don't put the hard work into getting your skin, then don't expect hard work to be put into the skin you're being sent.
    Either way, it should be a relatively easy process, if grabbing one from DBrand (which I also recommend). Go to their website, pick a device, choose the colors for different parts of the skin, order, and you're pretty good to go.

    The only complaint I have against them is that they don't support more devices. They've got lots of the newer phones and such, but older technology generally isn't on their website.
  17. dBrand is likely the way to go. I also like how they have skins for pretty much any popular electronic device, like headphones and laptops
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