GadgetShieldz Skins for the OnePlus Two Full Review 

 

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Many people buy a new phone, slap a case on the phone and call it a day. However, those of us that don’t really like cases – mainly due to the added bulk – have other options now. Instead of just keeping our phone naked. Which looks good, but not after you’ve dropped it. The other option that I’m talking about here are the skins

 

Skins for your smartphone. dbrand is a company who makes all kinds of skins and has been around since 2011.For Indians its really hard to buy a dbrand skin so there is an alternative option to go for GADGETSHIELDZ SKINNOVA SKINS. Best part of this website is that it offers huge variety of customization for the Mobile which Indians uses.

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GadgetShieldz was kind enough to send   their latest skins for the ONEPLUS TWO . I’ve been using the Black Carbon Fiber skin on my Oneplus two for a few weeks now, and it’s time to jot down some thoughts on how good the skin really is.

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Ordering and Installation

Ordering from GadgetShieldz is pretty simple. You go to their website, choose the device you want to skin and then customize they way you want to .

There are all kinds of options available . For the Oneplus Two , you can choose to cover the back, the front, the sides, the camera part and the logo separately.

So if you want to do a black back and color Red for the Camera and logo in red, you can do that pretty easily. Or if you simply want to cover the back, you can do that as well. Each part is also sold separately but everything you order will be shipped together.

There are six families of skins.  You have your carbon fibers, which are available in a few different colors. You have  matte colors, metal, leather, sandstone colors  and real wood as well. Plenty of choices to choose from. Now shipping is damn Fast, I received the product within 2 days through Bluedart Courier Service.

Installation is pretty straight forward. Although, I will say I always have trouble lining up the Logo cut outs properly. You’ll want to be sure it’s lined up properly before sealing the rest of the vinyl skin on your Oneplus Two.

I have done an unboxing and Installation Video Check it Out .

 

 

Look and Feel

The Oneplus Two Now definitely looks sharp and Stunning with black carbon fiber on the back, along with Red sandstone for the camera and logo, it looks really good. The carbon fiber skin (Also their other Products too ) –gives a sturdy feel in hand.

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Many of you that own the Oneplus Two likely know that the device can get quite warm when using it. Especially if  you gaming or using it for many hours continuously . During the past few weeks, I have noticed my Oneplus Two  get warm, but it didn’t made the skin to peel from back of the phone.

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What I got  was just the back of the Oneplus Two ,camera and logo cutouts  not the sides and the front. As mentioned earlier, those parts are available separately. I think  just covering the back of the phone with a skin is enough. Not much of a fan of covering the front and sides  with a skin, but that might just be me.

Final Thoughts

GadgetShieldz Is a pretty well trusted company, and their customer service team is always willing to help people out when there are issues. Not to mention their product is pretty amazing as well, and low in price. I Haven’t used skins before, and I would definitely not hesitate in recommending people to buy skins from their website nor would I hesitate in buying more skins myself. While skins like these aren’t really going to protect your smartphone as much as say an Otterbox case, or rhinoshieldz or spigen cases but it does help make your device look a bit more unique.

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Quite often Gadgetshieldz gives people with discounts. So it’s a good idea to keep an eye on them. As low as their prices are, sometimes they are even lower.

 

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