Let's play a game. Assuming you're not bald, reach up and rip out exactly two pieces of hair. Next, twist them together. Congratulations: you now have an exact representation of how thin our skins are. Also, you're one step closer to baldness. Checkmate, Rogaine.
Designed by robots.
Every dbrand Pixel 7 Pro skin is lovingly hand-crafted by one of the industrial-grade cutting machines that you see here. It costs more than your student loan and cuts within 1/1000th of a millimeter in precision. Remember: it's only overkill if you can't afford it.
Produced by robots.
The result from those ludicrously expensive cutting machines we just told you about? You're looking at it. If we told you our skins fit like a glove, we'd be giving gloves too much credit.
Feels as good as it looks.
Nothing in your life feels good. You constantly drop the ball. Your relentless anxiety produces enough hand sweat to make Prince Andrew lie on national television. Our premium, textured Pixel 7 Pro skins won't solve any of that, but they'll make your hardware feel immaculate.
In the future, when keying cars is impossible because nobody's allowed to drive anymore, roving gangs of vandals will break into your home and scratch your electronics. Prepare yourself for this doomsday scenario with our Pixel 7 Pro skins.
Without a trace.
If there's one thing that a life of crime has taught us, it's that you never want to leave evidence. This principle carries over to our Pixel 7 Pro skins, where removal is guaranteed to leave behind zero adhesive residue. dbrand: it's like getting away with murder.
Don't screw this up.
We've spent more money than the Fed trying to save humans from themselves. The result? Detailed, award-winning tutorial videos that you can watch right here. Once you're finished, you'll understand why we gave ourselves a fake award.
Made for Google
Tested and approved.
Fun fact: each of our Pixel skins has passed a series of meticulous and exacting compatibility tests, administered by Google. The best part? We didn't even need to cheat. If Google's vote of confidence isn't enough to convince you, we don't know what is.