Diabloskinz partners with The Armed Forces

Range of skins for mobiles, tablets, e-readers and laptops feature armed forces images.
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Diabloskinz Ltd has struck a deal with the Ministry of Defence that will see the production of a range of Royal Navy, The Army and The Royal Air Force adhesive skins.

The range will available for electronic devices such as mobile phones, tablets, e-readers and laptops.

The new range is being sold across various online retailers, including Amazon and the Diablo Skinz website, retailing at around £20.

"I am very excited about this partnership," said James Marlow, managing director for Dibloskinz.

"I have been an admirer and ambassador of the work that the three services do for a long time and when I spoke to the MOD about this opportunity I thought it would create a way to extend the reach of the brand to new consumers and allow others to support the work they do."

Squadron Leader John McFall, said: "We are looking forward to working with Diabloskinz on this project, as the products they produce carry a quality and innovation that reflects the best qualities of our armed forces.

"The experience they have with various licensors, including BBC's Doctor Who, represents the great work they do and the success they are having with such products."

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