Finally my dbrand skins arrived and after few days I had to squeeze some time to try them on my Powercore 26800+. Posting lot of pictures, hope it will help to understand how it goes and hoping I am not reaching the max. allowed memory size to upload pics.
Let’s see… Here it is.
Just trying to show how large envelope they used to ship these tiny skins… when compared to my soundcore case.
Disclaimer: Powercore 26800+ is not included
Here comes the problem, the skin is made for a PD version and I own a non-PD powercore…
FINALLY.… Here is how it looks like when applied
I have decided to close a QuickCharge port for now as I don’t own a device that can use it and I don’t use more than 2 ports at once either… so here is the picture of the ports when skin is applied…
As you can see the input port on the skin is made for USB-C but mine had a micro… so I have to cut a piece of skin to allow the micro USB pin and eah. it may look little bit ugly, but who looks at this port on this giant battery pack when everything else looks awesome
AND … here is how it looks on various textured floors
Conclusion: I really liked the skin and glad I chose it. A stand out look compared to regular black skin and I thought adding leather or carbon fibre wouldn’t just do as much justice as this wood look did.
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