iPhone 12 Mini Genuine Leather Back Protective Skin Sticker
At MediaDevil, we produce a lot of our accessories in-house in the UK. Producing our own leather goods therefore felt like the next step on that journey.
This leather back protector for the iPhone 12 Mini is a tribute to the brave pioneers of our world who insist on not using a protective case (we salute your courage). It provides 'just enough' protection, meaning the phone no longer needs to be placed on a table as carefully as a rocket landing on the moon.
The back of this deceptively simple feat of engineering is using an adhesive that we chose after two years of trial and error testing. It'll bond firmly to the back of your device, but it can also be removed really easily without leaving marks or damaging the leather, and then it can be stuck down again.
You can still use a wireless charger with this leather skin applied, and it's also a great companion for our Artisanwallet case (link opens in new tab).
We're still experimenting with default logo colours for our UK-made leather goods. Currently, we're using a gold foil logo, but silver or engraved options are also available, on request.
What is full-grain leather?
We're using a full-grain pebbled leather, hand-picked by us from a vetted supplier.
Full-grain leather is the highest quality form of leather available, and full-grain leather goods develop a durable protective patina as you use them in daily life.
For cost reasons, most genuine leather products today are actually using 'split' leather, which is created when the durable premium surface of full-grain leather is removed and replaced with a grain-embossed polyurethane layer. Have you ever owned leather items that wore out quickly from use? This is why.
Your satisfaction is really important to us, and we will do our best to help ensure that you are a happy MediaDevil customer.
MediaDevil was awarded the UK Department of Trade & Investment (UKTI)'s Business Innovation Award for "demonstrating the virtues of excellent products and a passionate company".