Skin on dented MBP

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by mikesaidthis, Nov 26, 2013.

  1. mikesaidthis macrumors newbie

    mikesaidthis

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    Ok, so I am new here.. Hi. In any event. I have a Late 2012 MBP 13". I take super good care of it 99.8% of the time. Somehow, it has accrued a small dent, right next to the Apple logo on the lid. This sucks. I know it's not a big deal, and it will happen and so forth... but it is irritating none the less. I have no case or skin for it. I have an incase neoprene sleeve that I keep it in almost always. I would get a case for it, but I was told that with the hard shell, it wouldn't fit in my neoprene sleeve. Is this true? Has anyone put a skin on a MBP with a dent on the lid? If so, could you still tell the thing was dented?

    Just curious. Thanks so much for the help!
     
  2. GoCubsGo macrumors Nehalem

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    The sleeve may fit depending upon how tight it is now. Neoprene stretches a fair amount but you'd have to consider the zipper mostly.
    The skin could hide the dent depending upon the design I suppose. Even a decal of sorts could help.
     
  3. mikesaidthis thread starter macrumors newbie

    mikesaidthis

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    Thanks GoCubsGo. I was planning on just getting a plain, matte black or something similar. I may go with a wood grain one as those are pretty cool looking. I have had iCarbons ones before on my PowerBook that is still just lingering around in a closet somewhere, and on my iPhones. Is there a brand out there that is recommended over that? What about cases, never really bothered with them much.

    Thanks again.
     
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  5. ElliottG macrumors member

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    I have a clear case and an Incase neoprene plus sleeve and it fits fine...have to shuffle it a bit to get it in but no problems otherwise.
     
  6. mikesaidthis thread starter macrumors newbie

    mikesaidthis

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    Thanks! I will definitely try one out. The dent isn't bothering me as much anymore... as I figured it wouldn't. But keeping it nice for future sake is a smart move. Thanks for the help!

    Mike
     

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