The flexible protective hull for your Notebook - PerfectSkin from DICOTA.
For anybody who wants to temporarily transport their Notebook in a light-weight and flexible fashion. PerfectSkin is made of robust and especially elastic neoprene and perfectly adapts to the form of your Notebook like a second skin. The best guaranty against surface scratches and other dents and damages. Another advantage: The zipper is fitted with an extra surface on the inside in order to avoid scratches on the Notebook.
PerfectSkin is available in the sizes 13"/15.4" and 17" in classic black.
For Notebooks up to: 13"
300 x 245 x 30mm / 11.8 x 9.6 x 1.2 Inches
Flexible protective hull for the Notebook; for anybody who wants to flexibly transport their Notebook in a light-weight bag; robust, especially elastic neoprene; adapts perfectly like a second skin to the Notebook; guarantees optimal protections from scratches and small damages; zipper is equipped with a special surface in the inside to avoid scratches on the Notebook.
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