SlickWraps Offering 40% off for Halloween

Halloween is tomorrow. The one night of the year where kids (and adults) dress up and go trick or treating for some candy. To celebrate, SlickWraps is hosting a 40% off sale for everything they sell. For those that may not have heard of SlickWraps before, they make skins or wraps that go on your smartphones, tablets, smartwatches, laptops, gaming consoles and more. Not only to protect them, but to make them unique. SlickWraps make their wraps in materials like wood, carbon fiber, vinyl and much more. In fact, they just launched a new series with Justin Maller, which you can get a great looking Iron Man skin for your device, as well as other skins in the Galactic Series. They look amazing on any smartphone.

SlickWraps support a ton of smartphones and tablets. Including the new Galaxy Note 5, and Galaxy S6 Edge+. So you can go ahead and grab a skin for those and not worry about the back being a fingerprint magnet anymore. They also have skins for the Moto X Pure Edition, however if you ordered the Leather Moto X Pure Edition, we'd advise against getting skins for it. As it can mess up the leather back. All of SlickWraps skins are made here in the US, in Kansas to be exact. And are shipped pretty quickly.

Now through the end of the weekend, SlickWraps is offering 40% off store-wide. So now's the perfect time to stock up on new skins for whatever device you have. Whether that be your PlayStation 4, your Xbox One, your new OnePlus 2 or another device. Just use the code HALLOWEEN at checkout, and you'll get your 40% off, which can add up pretty quickly.

While a wrap from SlickWraps won't protect your device as much as an Otterbox or another bulky case, it will protect it from scratches and also make it looks like it's your own. Instead of just having a boring black or white device, you can get one with red carbon fiber, or a bamboo back. You could even check out the Galactic Series for the Nexus 6, Galaxy S6 Edge+, OnePlus 2 and a slew of other devices.

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