iCarbons Are Not Your Run-of-the-Mill Device Skins

Adding a skin to your device is a good way to add scratch protection without adding a lot of bulk.  There are basically two types of skins – clear to let your device shine through and colorful, graphical designs that can overwhelm the device.  iCarbons skins offer a different approach.  Their vinyl skins add color and texture without adding wild patterns.  iCarbons are available to fit a variety of phones, tablets, game consoles, Apple computers, certain iPods, and even an Apple TV and its remote.  They are available with a carbon fiber texture in black, red, or white, in dark or light wood grains, or even brushed aluminum or brushed titanium finishes.  You can get a back cover, front cover, or a set of both for most devices.  Prices vary depending on the device, starting at about $7 for an iPod nano and up to $50 for some of the computers.  (Click the image for more details.)

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  2. Janet Cloninger

    @iCarbons Rosa Your skins are beautiful. I especially like the red carbon fiber with the black accent.

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