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TatSkinz Review

TatSkinz Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 16, 2008
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Worried about scratching your iPod or iPhone? Want to make your mp3 player or phone stand out from the crowd? Kidzworld checked out TatSkinz and has all the info on these cool decorative stickers that protect your accessories.

Worried about scratching your iPod or iPhone? Want to make your electronic device stand out from the crowd? There’s a new product out on the market called TatSkinz, which are decorative stickers designed to “dress up” your cell phone or MP3 player and save it from scratches.

NLU Products’ TatSkinz, which cost about $15 each, work with a number of different iPod and iPhone models, including:

  • iPhone 3G
  • iPhone
  • IPod touch
  • iPod touch 2nd Gen
  • iPod Classic
  • iPod nano 3rd Gen
  • iPod nano 4th Gen

  • Basically, TatSkinz are one-packs of front and rear decorative stickers that don’t claim to offer total protection for your device; rather, they are billed as a nice visual add-on to NLU’s fully protective clear skinz, allowing you to choose from different patterns that cover most of each device’s front and back, but not their screens, sides, tops or bottoms.


    Besides coming in a range of funky designs and colorful patterns, TatSkinz are removable and reusable, and won’t leave any adhesive behind on your device when they are removed. You can apply them over NLU’s transparent BodyGuardz skinz or on their own — either way, the company says the skinz won’t affect touch-screen performance.


    Thumbs up:

  • Lots of different designs and colors to choose from.
  • Won’t leave any residue behind when you peel them off.

  • Thumbs down:

  • TatSkinz don’t offer full protection for your iPod or iPhone, but can be applied over NLU BodyGuardz for more complete protection

  • Rating: 4

    Price Range: 1


    Price Range Legend
    $0-$15 = 1
    $16-$30 = 2
    $31-$45 = 3
    $46-$60 = 4
    $60+ = 5


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