Apple iPod Touch 6th Gen

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PhantomSkinz is precision cut specifically for your Apple iPod Touch 6th Gen and designed to protect it from everyday wear and tear. Our polyurethane screen protectors provide superior protection to traditional screen protectors due to their increased scratch protection and even impact protection with our XTREME products. Our Carbon Fiber, Wood, and Brushed Metal skins are designed to upgrade the look of your Apple iPod Touch 6th Gen without adding unnecessary bulk. Best of all, every PhantomSkinz product is backed by our no questions asked Lifetime Product Replacement Warranty.

The PhantomSkinz Lifetime Product Replacement Warranty covers your PhantomSkinz if it is ever damaged, discolored, or becomes otherwise unsuitable for use while protecting your Apple iPod Touch 6th Gen. We will replace your PhantomSkinz free of charge, although you will have to pay the applicable shipping and handling fee as well as any taxes or import duties.

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  • 5
    Full skin, iPod Touch 6th Gen, high gloss

    Posted by J. Banks on 23rd Sep 2018

    I've had the PhantomSkinz film on an iPod Nano for several years, and it still looks good as new. So when I got a new iPod Touch, there was no hesitation in getting the same protection for my new toy. The installation technique has changed over the years, and the linked video was extremely helpful. Although the screen protector went on without a hitch, putting the film on the back was more challenging. The instructions say to put the film on the back, squeegee out the liquid without wrapping the edges around the side, and then let it sit for 10 minutes to let the adhesive set. However, after 10 minutes when I went to wrap the edges, the skin still slid around very easily and did not stay centered. I repositioned the skin, and let it sit for another 20 minutes. However, it was still sliding after 30 minutes total wait time, and there was obviously liquid still between the skin and the back of the iPod. At that point, I took a hair dryer and applied heat gently to help drive out the remaining liquid and get the skin to stick. After that, I let it sit for a further 20 minutes - now 50-55 minutes since I first applied the skin. At the end of that time, the skin was finally adhered, and I was able to wrap the sides and finish the job. Overall, things went well, and I've only got a couple of tiny specks of dust under the skin. The problem seems to come from the slightly textured matte/reflective finish on the back of current iPods and iPhones. It's just textured enough to hold a significant amount of liquid between the skin & device, while having less actual contact area for the adhesive to grip at first. Again, using a hair dryer to gently apply just a bit of heat helps tremendously. This change should be noted in the instruction video. I still think this is a great product, and I'm looking forward to years of service, with my iPod protected from scuffs and scratches without the bulk of a case.