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Wrapstar Skins

Console wrappers now stocked at Zavvi, WH Smith and Woolworths.

June 2007, London, United Kingdom - Wrapstar hits the virtual high street with major retailers Zavvi, WH Smith and Woolworths.

The three major chains have snapped up an array of designs for Nintendo DS, Wii Nunchuk and Remote plus PlayStation Portable PSP to sell via their online channels.

The retailers will stock some of Wrapstar’s best-loved designs, including Urban Angel, Wood Camo and Union Jack plus an assortment of brand-spanking new releases like the funky Skully Pink and Jamaican Flag.

Wrapstar Managing Director Max Haddow says the new stockists are a big boost for the brand.

“It’s really encouraging to see more and more retailers supporting the range, particularly those retailers with a strong high-street presence. The range has expanded to include fresh new designs and I think the high levels of interest in Wrapstar’s products reflect the consumer need for something new and exciting.”

Wrapstar has indeed tapped into the personalisation boom with their high quality, low cost ‘skins’ for gaming hardware, iPods and mobile phones. Made of strong cast-vinyl that is designed to be easily applied and removed leaving behind no trace of sticky goo, Wrapstar skins are the easiest way to liven up the look of gadgets whilst protecting them from bumps and knocks.

The Wrapstar portfolio not only includes hundreds of designs but also numerous promotional bespoke skins and exciting licensed skins such as the Rugby Football Union, Brit Chicks as well as upcoming deals for later in the year.

Priced from ₤ 3.99 each, there is no excuse for unfashionable hardware.

To view the range or for further information on Wrapstar, please visit the website at www.wrapstar-skins.com

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