dbrand Launches Orange Carbon Fiber Skins for your Smartphone

dbrand, who is one of the larger companies making skins for devices out of 3M material, have just launched a new color for their Carbon Fiber line. However, this color is only available for the next 72 hours, so if you want to get your hands on one, you'll have to order them pretty quickly. They are available across their entire portfolio of devices, which include quite a bit of smartphones, tablets, gaming consoles and other products. The Orange Carbon Fiber looks pretty fantastic, especially when mixed in with black carbon fiber, like on the Nexus 6P. There's no sale price or anything like that here on the Orange Carbon Fiber skin, it's the same price, but only available for a limited time.

Skins made of 3M material look amazing on any smartphone, while they may not provide as much protection as an Otterbox case or another hefty case like that. They do make your plain old smartphone look unique to you. Especially since there are many different color combinations and material combinations that can be put together here. dbrand allows you to mix and match parts of your phone that can be skinned. For instance with the Nexus 6P, you can do the back, the camera module, the Nexus logo, as well as the sides and the front. All separately. So if you only want to skin the back and the camera module, you can just buy those two skins and save some cash. It's really a nice way of doing things.

When installing a skin from dbrand or any other company, you'll want to be sure that you are taking your time and lining everything up correctly. As it does need to be precise or it could end up covering up a microphone hole, or even hanging off the edge and over time it will start to peel from collecting dust. So be sure to take your time when installing it. It's pretty simple to install as well. Hit up dbrand's site if you are interested in checking out that hot orange carbon fiber skin, as it is a limited time only color.

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