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PlayStation Vita 2000 Skin

Octopus PlayStation Vita 2000 Skin (Make from Design)

Fits: Sony PlayStation Vita 2000 (PCH-2000 series) - Change device
The Octopus design is not available on a PlayStation Vita 2000 Skin yet but we will make one for you with this design when you order this "Make from Design" product.
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Octopus PlayStation Vita 2000 Skin

Price: $12.99 USD

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  • Styles and protects your PlayStation Vita 2000
  • Adds no bulk, provides scratch protection
  • Easy to apply (repositionable), goo-free removal
  • Laminated for long-lasting protection
  • Vibrant, art-quality digital print
  • Made in USA using premium ingredients

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Skins are premium quality decals that feature stunning, high-resolution graphics printed on premium grade adhesive-backed cast vinyl.

Skins provide low profile protection with no bulk and protects your Sony PlayStation Vita 2000 (PCH-2000 series) from scratches. The unique weaved adhesive allows for fast, easy and accurate application, and goo-free removal.

Make your Sony PlayStation Vita 2000 (PCH-2000 series) uniquely yours.

Other PlayStation Vita 2000 Skins

Your customized PlayStation Vita 2000 Skin will look like these, but with the Octopus design

Octopus on other devices

Matte vs Gloss

The Matte finish is a non-glossy, satin-type finish that give Skins an arty look and feel (art pieces, professional photos, canvases are usually matte). It is fingerprint and smudge resistant, and looks gorgeous with most designs.

The Gloss finish is a shiny finish that gives Skins an expensive, classy and sophisticated look (like a really shiny car). Designs look more vibrant with a gloss finish.

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