Spending on consumer electronics may well experience a drop as clothing becomes popular online, but worldwide iPod spend and growth is way up! iPods are still selling strong and within a very short span of time these awesome pocket gadgets have completely revolutionized the standards for digital mp3 players.
With a superabundant availability of its aftermarket products, proud iPod owners now enjoy the luxury of customizing, tricking and tuning their iPods to their heart’s content. Of all other aftermarket wares, iPod skins continue to top the list of accessories. And going by its soaring demand, the market today is teeming with manufacturers tendering an assortment of iPod skins of every style for every model including the Minis and Shuffles and even the Nanos. A mishmash of different colors and styles, iPod skins are chic and trendy. So get ready to dress up this baby with some of the best iPod skins!
When it comes to selecting the best dress for your baby, it largely depends on your preferences, styles, tastes and desires. As an iPod owner with a classic and subdued taste, you’ll surely want to go for those sophisticated leather skins, or else head for a funky look with the custom “iPod Tattoos” – the printable skins.
The best over the rest for iPod users, leather iPod skin lends that unique and classic look to your unit that feels even squishier over the array of silicon types. Good things cost better; priced anywhere between dollars $20 to $200, leather skins prove to be the first choice of the classy yet stylish iPod users.
In terms of offering protection and robustness, these “little great” skins work wonders! As the very name implies, with silicon as the base metal coupled with thin vinyl, these iPod skins are preferred over its counterparts for a number of reasons, the biggest or perhaps the best being – it wads the iPod from the high temperatures radiated by the gadget battery. Additionally, they are soft yet rubbery to touch, something that promotes the gripping factor. So even if your hands are sweating, chances of your iPods slipping out are, but minimal.
Coming to the pocket pinch, silicon skins typically wears a price tag ranging from $20 to $30 dollars, available in a wide range of colors and styles.
Cheaper than its silicon cousin, hard plastic iPod skin cost anywhere around $8 to $15 dollars. Available colors and styles are numerous, and you can easily get your hands upon skin types decked with belt clips to affix your iPod. But yes, be careful when using these plastic skins; they tend to be quite slippery, thus escalating the chances of your unit slipping off your firm grip!
Once you get accustomed to the look and feel of the different iPod skins, you’ll surely want to try out a new one every other day. But when using iPod skins, make sure that all unit features are uniformly accessible and doesn’t get covered up! Visit the different online stores and read reviews before finalizing a purchase. Pick up something that matches your style and persona!