Slap a skin on it: Fabuwrap will add grip and unique style to your iPhone X

This story is sponsored by Fabuwrap. PhoneArena's opinions in this article have not been affected in any way!

When it comes to smartphone protection, there are plenty of cases out there to pick from. What 90% of them have in common is that you have to sacrifice your phone's slim profile in order to get the benefits of protecting it from drops and bumps.

But there are a lot of people out there that don't want to ruin their phone's profile. Especially if you have the brand-new iPhone X — it'd be hard to hide that beauty behind a plastic case, wouldn't it? At the same time, it's still wise to add at least minimal protection, even if it's to improve your grip over the slippery glass back. This is where smartphone "skins" come in!

What are skins? A thick, sticker-like vinyl cover, which has been cut to fit your smartphone perfectly, and is adorned with textures that emulate various materials.

Manufacturer Fabuwrap offers a wide variety of skins for the iPhone X, among other top-tier devices. Its portfolio holds more than 30 different textures — you can have various types of woods, leather, charcoal, carbon fiber, matte, metallic, or other finishes. The skin can be a 2- or a 3-piece, depending on phone model, and you can use the website's customization platform to mix and match different colors and materials to your liking. Essentially, you can wrap your iPhone X in such a way that it's unique only to you.

The customization process is extremely easy – open the web shop (link below), choose your phone model, and pick the type of finish you'd like. You get an instant preview of how it would look like on your selected phone model.

As of right now, the iPhone X skins are a back piece only, but the good news is that you actually get two pieces with every order — one that only covers the back glass and leaves the phone's metal frame bare, and one that wraps around the edges of the handset for a full back-to-side wrap. It's up to you to choose which one to apply.

Fabuwrap sells worldwide and any order above $20 comes with free shipping. The application is easy — it just requires a bit of patience, just like screen protector application does — and the website has video guides on installation for every model. Check out the store below!



1. bucky

Posts: 3795; Member since: Sep 30, 2009

I used to love those wraps but i always had an issue. The corners would catch in and out of my pocket and fill up with lint. Am i the only one?

2. chris234

Posts: 1; Member since: Nov 03, 2017

I have been using wraps since long never encountered that . May be it was the way you applied them .Have also used Fabuwraps and they are damn good . I currently have the charcoal texture and it is amazing .

3. dimas

Posts: 3418; Member since: Jul 22, 2014

Does this mean we're also going to see fabuwrap sponsored videos in the future?

4. LiLLicky

Posts: 88; Member since: Oct 27, 2017


5. JMartin22

Posts: 2387; Member since: Apr 30, 2013

I don’t view it as a sellout if the sponsored content is actually of widespread use, and not just a niche. So I don’t mind it.

6. mcdanielvzw

Posts: 52; Member since: Nov 10, 2016

Hello DBrand? Who was first, since I don't know. To answer relevant questions, I've had no problems with the DBrand dragon skin and pulling it out of my pocket/peeling.

7. Kevro_86

Posts: 66; Member since: Oct 19, 2011

How are these not a compete ripoff of Dbrands?

8. gigicoaste

Posts: 461; Member since: Feb 21, 2016

I'm really curious how many people likes this patterns. To me is so.. visually disturbing spoiling the look of the phone. I rather have a clear slim case.. which actually I have one on my phone. Most of the skins have extreme "flavor" like the wood doesn't look like a real wood and so on..

9. fyah_king unregistered

Thought the title was "sheep a skin!" Lol

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