Toast custom skins give your console a sophisticated look


Is your Xbox One or Playstation 4 looking a little dull? Well Toast has got you covered.

The team over at Toast have some new skins available for your consoles. They has have developed some top-notch wood veneers that adhere perfectly to you Xbox One or Playstation 4. The veneers are custom cut to fit each system and come in four different woods - walnut, ash, bamboo and ebony.

The veneers are relatively easy to apply to your system. First wipe down your system. Ensure you have the right piece of veneer for each side of your system. Then peel the backing off the veneer and carefully line it up and stick it on. I rubbed the top of the veneer a few times with moderate pressure to ensure a good bond with your system. Repeat for each side and thats it.

In just a few short minutes, your console will like stylish with its new wood covering.

The quality of Toast's wood veneers are great and are made in the USA which is always a great thing. Toast cleverly designed the covers to not block any of the cooling fans. No heating issues with this type of case.

But there is a done side to these covers. You have to adhere them to your system with the adhesive backing. Its not a big issue if you plan on keeping them on for a long period of time. But it can be tough to remove them. You will need to heat it up with a hair dryer and then peel each side off. You will then need to clean the residue off your system which can be a pain.

If you're a fan of wood and want that sleek sophisticated look, then Toast is a great choice. The relative ease of set-up and cost make Toast wood covers a great choice for a new console cover.


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