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D_Skin – protective sheaths for your optical discs


D_Skins are transparent sheaths which are designed to protect optical discs from scratches and smears. Yeah, I remember how excited we all were when the smiling man from the ministry demo’d CDs on television by smearing jam on them. ‘These disks are impervious…’ he lied. ‘Your vinyl is fragile and dead…’ he blustered. Creep.

What’s the truth? Optical disks suck at robustness, they scratch quicker than a kneecap in brambles and they deteriorate in ordinary light at a terrifying rate. Do not keep your vital data on a CD, Mrs Robinson.


So forgive us while we snigger heartily behind our hankies, as this product crawls out from behind the slops bucket, and asks us for cash to solve a problem caused by the marketing department’s lies. $9.99 for a 5–pack.

 Just snap d_skin Protective Disc Skins onto the readable side of your favorite discs and consider them protected…d_skins NEVER have to be removed, because they are constructed of a patented film that is invisible to laser devices and does not affect the music, data, image or video quality…Laser transparent d_skin Protective Disc Skins® work on CD’s, CD–R’s, DVD’s, Playstation2, Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii and computer games. d_skin transparent film will not affect music or video quality.

Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

Nigel – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


  • A removable foreskin for your CD's. Awesome.

  • People still use CDs?

    Stone age imo

  • working on DVDs I guess

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