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Sketchy returns with new flash Zune skin

August 3, 2008 | by Harvey Chute

Sketchy Zune skin for flash Zune 8GB and 4GB player

It's great to see the latest designs from Sketchy, the Zune wunderkind who wowed us last year with his ingenious home-made cases for Zune 30GB players.

Now he's back, with a unique offering for Zune 4GB and 8GB flash players - the "Atomicplate". The thin, hard material covers the back and the front of the player, leaving edges and ports open. The protective layer sticks with a temporary adhesive that allows it to be removed cleanly and to be re-attached later.

As we've come to expect from Sketchy, the workmanship is professional and the design is eye-pleasing.

Sketchy created the first production unit of this skin for Zunerama, custom-engraved with our site name and with a graphic of our choosing. (With a nod to our Canadian roots, we chose a maple leaf.)

Front and back views of the skin:

They're available for $15 (front and back) or $10 (back only), which includes U.S. shipping as well as your custom engraving.

More details and photos, as well as ordering info for your own custom skin, are in Sketchy's thread in the Zunerama forums.

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