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Ipod Skin



Upload your photos, logo or artwork to create custom skins and cases with your own artwork. Feel free to contact us with any questions. We carefully print each order to our exacting standards. Typically shipped in one or two business days.




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Do you like to keep your things the way you are? If yes, so make your iPod Classic look as stylish as you feel. Here is a wide range of colorful skins for iPod Classic. These skins are designed with a sole motive to complement your personality and crave to be stylish. What on the earth are you waiting for? Explore the collection right away


Each skin is created carefully with a comprehensive three-layer production process using 3M materials that ensures the highest quality finished product. It begins with a patented air-release adhesive backing that prevents air-bubbles from occurring during the installation process. Once the graphic is printed by our state-of-the-art equipment, we apply a crystal-clear lamination layer in our soft-matte or high-gloss finishes that protects your skin from daily abrasion & abuse.


Each custom skin is finished with a textured scratch resistant laminate that provides protection for the life of your product. Our overlay decals are designed to fit over your Apple iPod Nano 2G without interfering with knobs, buttons or sensors. Like all of our skins, our custom Apple iPod Nano 2G Skins come backed by our 100% money back satisfaction guarantee!


In the video below you can see Dave going through the painstaking process of measuring the Nano, marking out the spots on his skin and then setting about drilling into his own flesh in order to insert the magnets. It's frankly rather grim, so if you're squeamish and prone to fainting at the slightest sight of blood then I suggest watching it while lying on some cushions.


Eventually, the magnets are set in place and Dave successfully manages to clip the Nano directly onto his skin, which I'm sure makes him very happy indeed. In his defence, it seems to work quite well, with the player staying in place even when his arm is upright. On the downside, it will surely make it easy for people to quickly steal it from him on the bus and he might find himself accidentally picking up keys or loose paperclips.


If you want to test the app with the iPod Classic skin, just save the image available here to your device and then add it to the app. Click the link to open it in the original resolution, or it may not work properly.


Once you've downloaded the app, head over to settings and select Skin. This will allow you to superimpose an image onto the bottom half of the app and reorganize the navigation. If you search for the hashtag #rewoundskins on Twitter, you'll be able to download a number of them from users who have created them. Just save the images to Photos. Our favorites are the black, iPod Classic skin from Mike Crumbella and the iPod: U2 Edition skin from DonationBuilder.


"Permanent or temporary changes to your skin, such as some tattoos, can also impact heart rate sensor performance," Apple now tells fanbois. "The ink, pattern, and saturation of some tattoos can block light from the sensor, making it difficult to get reliable readings." 041b061a72


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