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Phone Junky

macrumors 68020
Original poster
Oct 29, 2011
Just looking at a plain color skin for my iPhone X. Dbrand is $11.95 and that gives you 2 different skins. Slickwraps is $22.95 and I'm not sure if that is 1 or 2 skins. Website isn't clear on this. Anyway, why does Slickwraps think that theirs is worth so much more? Anyone had both and care to chime in on the quality comparison?


macrumors regular
Jul 20, 2017
Phoenix, AZ
I bought a wrap from SW when they were running their 50% off sale. Personally, I think it's a top notch wrap. I've had a number of name brand wraps over the years, and not one had edges that stayed down for me. I only bought the wrap due to the discount, and I've yet to be let down. I've even been using my phone case off and on without any issue with the wrap moving around.

If I wasn't going to ruing my wrap, I'd buy one of Dbrand's... but I like my current wrap lol

Knowlege Bomb

macrumors G4
Feb 14, 2008
I've heard SlickWraps' customer service and shipping times are abysmal. I've purchased from dBrand twice now and have been very satisfied.


macrumors 6502
Jan 20, 2008
Chandler, Arizona
I've used Slickwraps but did not like they way they had to be applied. I now have DBrand on my iPhone 7 plus and my iPad Pro 12.9 2nd Gen. I have the backs only. I use a glass screen protector on my iPhone and tried the front wrap but it wouldn't fit evenly with the back wrap. There is a slight gap between the front and back wrap. Most people might be okay with it but it drove me crazy so I just removed the front wrap.
They fit extremely well. You just be patient putting them on. Getting the corners to stay down is tricky and I never quite got them perfect but it looks good. For the phone they send you two wraps. The difference is the camera cut-out. Quality built and laser cut so they fit well. Excellent price for the quality product you get.

Apologies here. After I posted I realized that they both are adhesive backed and apply the same way. I was thinking of another wrap that was more a skin you applied with moisture and a squeegee. I don't remember the name of the company but I thought it was Slickwrap. I still like DBrand for price and service.
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