Simon’s Eagle has announced the launch of SKIN IT – a gadget customization offering for individuals and corporate organizations.
In a statement issued in Lagos, today, founder Temitope Ajibola, a 24 year old IT expert who trained in Asia and the UK says the concept, which she calls SkinIT, is a unique way to help owners of laptop computers mobile phones, games, iPads, and other gadgets beautify their properties, while protecting them from scratches, oil, liquid and dust.
“From a business executive to a working mother, everybody needs the real beauty of the phone skin because you can customize its design to fit your discriminate taste. The diverse designs range from artworks to modern urban images to even your own photos. Phone skins will surely make you stand out from the crowd.
“It’s a way of stamping your personal signature – be it your company logo, your picture of that of your loved ones, your favorite football club, or even favorite celeb – on your gadget, while at the same time protecting it”, she says.
While casings and pouches can be bulky and stiff, Ajibola says Simon’s Eagle’s Skins ‘fit like a skin’ and are created according to each individual’s need. The Skins also protect the keypads from water, heat, dust and scratches; and they feature stunning, quality graphics designed by our growing family of artists from around the world.
SkinIt is a first-of-its-kind in Nigeria, and the owners say the success rate has been profound.
“The skins are made of vinyl and are removable adhesive covers for protecting and customizing your Phones. iPods, Laptops, iPads and Games Consoles. They feature stunning, photo-quality graphics ranging from fine art prints to contemporary urban images designed by our growing family of artists from around the world. Stand out in the crowd with personalized protection from Wrappz, so they’re very durable, water and heat resistant, and also children friendly”, Temitope says.
“The response from companies and individuals is unbelievable. There’s almost been no one we’ve pitched to that hasn’t patronized us. The company now has outlets in PC Corner, inside Ikeja City Mall, at the Ozone Cinema in Yaba, as well as Compuworld on Adeola Hopewell in Victoria Island. Two other outlets are set to open before year-end.
“Our customers range from young teenagers, to undergraduates; as well as stylish workers, celebrities including entertainers (Tee A and Princess) and several corporate organizations”, she concludes.