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iPhone Resin Skin Sticks to Glass Like Gecko Feet

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I’m not sure this is a great idea, but I can see how it might be useful to stick your iPhone onto a surface for a short time, to either share or show something. The Uguard Resin Skin is supposed to do this, without many complications. I just wonder if everyone will remember that it’s temporary, not permanent.

uguard resin skin iphone stick glass

Thanks to its texture, the Uguard Resin Skin will stick to glass and hold your iPhone in place there. It should also provide users with better grip. It’s easy to remove and doesn’t leave any residue. I guess it’s an interesting use for a skin. You just need to remember that after a few moments, the skin will stop sticking and your iPhone will come crashing to the ground. if you’re not there to catch it.

uguard resin skin iphone stick glass

You can get the iPhone Resin Skin in a variety of different colors directly from Uguard, who sell it for €15.50 (~$20 USD).

uguard resin skin iphone stick glass

[via DigitalTrends via Ubergizmo]



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