Featured Review: SlickWraps for the LG G Watch

As many of you are probably aware of. SlickWraps has partnered with us to giveaway a LG G3, LG G Watch, and 30 matching skins for each device. Including one that is a custom made AH skin - and man doe sit look slick! SlickWraps was kind enough to send over a couple of LG G Watch skins and G3 skins for me to check out and review. Today, we're taking a look at the Black Carbon Fiber for the LG G Watch - which isn't even available yet! In a nutshell, it's exactly what you'd expect from SlickWraps. Easy to apply skin, that looks amazing. Many think the LG G Watch looks kinda bland, but with the variety of skins that SlickWraps has for the LG G Watch, it definitely won't be bland anymore.

There are two parts to the skin that you apply to your LG G Watch. There's the front that goes on the watch face, and it may take a bit to get it lined up correctly. Then there's also the piece that goes all around the sides. This one was a bit tougher to get lined up. But when it's lined up correctly, it looks amazing! Now you are supposed to use a hair dryer to finish applying it, this is so that the skin won't peel off. But I didn't do that, mostly because I was afraid of messing up the G Watch (I've heard plenty of horror stories), the same with my LG G3. I've had it on the G Watch for a few days now, and it hasn't started peeling off or anything.

SlickWraps will have these available in carbon fiber black and many other colors, as well as leather and wood. We've got their Ebony Wood and black carbon fiber right now, and both look amazing on the LG G Watch. There are no issues with usability, and it still looks great. We don't know the price or release date of these SlickWraps just yet, but as soon as we do, we'll be sure to update this review. But you can see what other awesome wraps SlickWraps has at their website.

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Alexander Maxham

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Alex has written for Androidheadlines since 2012 as Editor of the site and traveled the World to many of the biggest Smartphone and Technology events. Alex has a background in Technology and IT and Deep Passion for Everything Android and Google. His specialties lay in Smartphones of all budgets, Accessories, Home Automation and more. Contact him at [email protected]