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By snapping d-skin onto a DVD or CD and leaving it on even while it plays you can protect any standard size disc from the scratches or smudges that affect their ability to be read by a player, or cause them to fail completely.

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d_skin is a precision engineered film that snaps around the perimeter of DVDs or CDs to create a tight, protective seal over the shiny readable side of the disc. d_skin is so thin that the disc is read right through the plastic film without distortion or skipping. If the d_skin itself gets scratched, you can easily remove and replace it with a new one.

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d_skin can be used in any tray-loaded CD or DVD player, as well as computer games including PlayStation, PlayStation 2 and Xbox. d_skin can even remain on a disc as you record to it, making it an ideal product for those who want to protect archived home movies and photography. d_skin also enables consumers to cut down on storage space for their disc collections because they no longer need bulky jewel cases, CD catalogs or CD sleeves.

Disc Skins come in different packs, you can get a pack of 50 d_skins for about $45, 20 d_skins for about $18, 5 d_skins for about $5…

For a list of places where you can find and purchase d_skins…


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