Bamboo skins for phones, tablets and more are back at dbrand, and they’re really cheap

How sweet would it be if you could wrap any smartphone, not just Motorolas and the OnePlus X, in elegant bamboo? What about tablets, laptops, even smartwatches and gaming consoles?

Well, now you can once again, as acclaimed maker of the “most precision-fitted skins on the planet” dbrand reboots its wildly successful and previously short-lived series of bamboo covers. The sleek, premium-looking skins aren’t manufactured of actual wood, but no one will be able to tell the difference, and they’re going to fit your device like a glove.

Whether you’re thinking of customizing a Galaxy S7, iPhone 6s, iPhone SE, iPad Pro, LG G4, Nexus 6P, 5X, Pebble Time, Surface Pro 4, Sony Xperia Z5 or Asus Zenfone 2, dbrand has you covered (pun intended), and if you hurry, you’re also eligible for 30 percent off everything the next 24 to 36 hours.

Spend at least $35 and you qualify for free worldwide tracked shipping too, though reaching the magic number isn’t going to be easy unless you’re shopping for three or four products. With discounts, coating the front, back and upper/lower parts of the iPhone 6s entirely in bamboo-textured 3M vinyl only costs around $12, while an S7 can be beautified and protected from smudges and fingerprints completely in exchange for a little over $11.

Don’t forget the swanky carbon fiber options either, available now in five distinct paint jobs, though orange is still not one of them. And remember, you’re free to mix and match finishes from a grand total of six families, including matte, metal, leather and true color, and leave certain areas of your gadgets unadorned for a killer contrast.

Source: dbrand

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