Wood you really leave your Razer Blade Stealth unprotected or wood you protect it in style with a fresh Toast Cover
In a time where top of the line means most people will have the same thing, personalization is key. How else will I know my iPhone is different from your iPhone? Or my tablet from their tablet? I mean aside from turning on the device, it’s physically impossible! That’s why we get covers. Covers are our chance to distinguish our tastes and personalities. Buying a Razer Blade Stealth, already says a lot about your tastes and personality, but not decking it out even further says even more. That’s why Toast has got us covered with their real wood, laser-etched cover to really butter up your laptop.
Toast’s real wood, laser-etched covers make your Razer laptop a stunner
The new Razer Blade Stealth laptop packs a powerful processor, a must-have graphics card, and a host of high-tech bells and whistles into one extremely thin design. There’s no way you’re going to cover up that sleek beauty with a chunky plastic case or flimsy vinyl skin! A beautiful machine calls for a beautiful case, and the one-of-a-kind, real wood veneer covers from Toast fit the bill perfectly.
Hailing from the original “Stumptown” in the Pacific Northwest, this innovative Portland, Oregon-based company knows a thing or two about timber. Toast created its origami-esque, laser-cut cover for the Razer Blade Stealth to highlight the machine’s contours without adding bulk. Equal parts gorgeous natural materials, finely detailed craftsmanship, and space-age technology, the sleek veneer top cover and detailed side wraps protect each stealthy curve with style. For an extra fee, customers can add a bottom cover – carefully designed for full venting and cooling – and a keyboard surround or laptop screen frame to complete the look.
Each Toast cover is sanded and finished by hand for a smooth touch and a lustrous look. The naturally durable wood veneers add tactile grip while protecting the Razer Blade Stealth from nicks and scratches. The cover components attach securely to the laptop with long-lasting, non-permanent, residue-free adhesives and come as a do-it-yourself kit with step-by-step instructions, giving customers the fun of making the flat-pack design spring into 3D form on their laptop.
Toast’s Razer Blade Stealth covers are available in four sustainable wood choices: ebony, ash, walnut and bamboo. Customers can personalize their cover with custom laser-engraved text or a cutout that reveals the sinuous Razer logo. Toast’s graphic designers can also create fully custom covers with maximum wow factor that feature customers’ logos and original artwork in a variety of stand-out ways: laser etching, contrasting wood inlays, and shiny metal accents, and more.
Toast’s Razer Blade Stealth covers start at $69.00, with custom text or the Razer logo reveal cutout available for only $5 extra. For more information about Toast’s new Razer Blade Stealth covers, their full range of customization options, and ordering, please visit: www.toastmade.com
While you’re there, check out Toast’s full range of wood and leather covers for phones, tablets, laptops, gaming consoles, and smart home products. Scroll through their gallery page to be inspired by the incredible array of artisanal custom covers they have crafted!
Finnish-American designer and furniture maker Matias Brecher launched Toast in 2012 with a utopian dream and a successful Kickstarter project. Since those early days in Matias’ basement workshop, Toast has grown to a team of eleven Portlanders who happily obsess over crafting the most amazing and eco-friendly tech covers known to man.
All Toast products are designed and made in beautiful Portland, Oregon, U.S.A. Toast is committed to progressive environmental practices: as a member of 1% For The Planet, they donate 1% of net sales to environmental non-profits. Through their partnership with Trees For the Future, Toast plants a tree for each product they make. They use 100% renewable energy and locally-printed FSC-certified paper packaging, and the Toasters love to join local environmental field projects (especially on sunny afternoons).