Skinit goes for the head with their Avengers: Infinity War skins – Skinit Avengers: Infinity War Skins Review
We here at the nation are undoubtedly Skinit fans. It’s no secret. They make great skins that are not only mesmerizing to look at but incredibly easy to install. Considering the perfect fit all Skinit skins have on any and every device, it’s a feat of true brilliance. Skinit covers everything and with everything. If you’re a fan of anything, and if you’re here chances are you are, Skinit has a skin for your. If they don’t, they will make a custom one for you.
Luckily, I tend to like things that are pretty popular, like Avengers: Infinity War, and Skinit as a whole line of Infinity War Skin. They were kind enough to send me some skins and I have say, they are dope.
I shot the video of me skinning my JoyCons, as you can see it perfectly wraps around each piece of the controller and the base. This is particularly impressive because it also has perfectly slotted cut outs for screw holes and the charge indicators on the base. On top of that, the skins stay snug even after sloppy insertions and removals of JoyCons from the base. It might be a bit cliche to say it, but the Skinit Skins are like actual skin for your devices. I also played a few intense rounds of Mario Kart on it and the skin is still intact.
What really stands out to me about the Infinity War Skin is that it’s designed well enough that it looks really good as a whole and individual JoyCons. Granted it seems simple that there’s a logo in the center and accents on the side, but there’s a subtle nuance that it isn’t obvious pieces to a puzzle yet creates a larger picture as a whole. The skin also acts as a superior grip surface, which comes especially handy when being used as 2 individual controllers.
The SkinIt ProCase is one I’m a bit torn about. Visually speaking, it is as appealing as any of their skins. It’s a great way to subtly stand out. I know that seems like an oxymoron but think of it as being a foot taller than most of your friends versus being a foot taller and wearing a clown costume. You let your selected graphic do the talking versus having exaggerated shapes. Not that’s there’s anything wrong with exaggerated and exuberant cases, I just prefer subtler ones.
Anyway, visually speaking, the case is flawless. Functionality wise, it’s a back and forth. On the plus side, it’s sleek and allows it to still fit inside my carpenter pocket on my jeans. This is crucial for me. On the other hand, it’s hard to plug in a lot of headphones. Considering I mostly use wireless headphones it’s not a big deal, but when your friend has an aux cord in their car it’s kind of annoying to have to take off your case.
Another great upside is the dual layer application/installation. First, you put on the silicone layer, then you place that into the hardshell case. This allows some slight storage, like the magnet for you car mount, without having to actually sick the piece of metal onto anything of the phone. It also fits like a spare $20. I personally hate anything permanent sticking to my phone other than the screen protector.
Speaking of screen protector, the case does not help with screen protection at all. Some phone cases I’ve had have lips that are designed to keep the screen from touching a flat surface. It’s a very subtle thing, that has saved me many times. There is a slight lip on SkinIt’s ProCase, but it doesn’t offer quite the same protection.
Overall, I would say the ProCase is a perfectly fine case if you don’t use a lot of wires, have a screen protector, and aren’t extremely prone to cracking your screen.
So, I’m still waiting on my EchoPlus to come in because I accidentally sent it to my parents’ place and I have to figure out a way to get it back because they thought it was a gift… and the EchoPlus skin doesn’t work on a standard Echo. However I have a picture of the top part of the skin on which looks pretty good, it’s definitely a great way to customize your Echo. Just make sure you use the right skin for the right device as Skinit perfectly designs their skins to perfectly fit the device it is designed for. There isn’t a universal skin. Don’t make my mistake.
If you couldn’t tell, I really like Skinit Skins and I’m really into their Infinity War Skins. They have a large selection of designs and can skin all your devices. They look great on every device, fit perfectly, and are extremely easy to install. The ProCase has a little issue with the headphone jack, and not quite as protective as other cases, but it is a great case that’ll do its job and subtly look amazing doing it. If you want to customize your gear, Skinit has got you covered. The Skinit Infinity War Skins get a 4.8/5