8"x10", 11"x14", 16"x20", or 20”x30” Aluminum Photo Print or Aluminum Smartphone Case from Aluminyze (Up to 68% Off)
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Photos infused onto aluminum preserve memories up to three times longer than archive-quality photo paper as prints or smartphone cases
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Choose from Five Options
$10 for a custom Aluminyzed smartphone case (a $29.95 value)
$12 for an 8”x10” Aluminyzed photo print (a $34.95 value)
$19 for an 11”x14” Aluminyzed photo print (a $59.95 value)
$35 for a 16”x20” Aluminyzed photo print (a $99.95 value)
$59 for a 20”x30” Aluminyzed photo print (a $169.95 value)
All 8”x10” and 11”x14” prints are shipped with an easel stand, and 16”x20” and 20”x30” orders ship with a wall mount. Custom smartphone cases are currently available in three colors for the iPhone 4 and 4S, the iPhone 5, and the Samsung Galaxy S3.
Aluminyze emblazons user-uploaded images in full color on high-quality, unbendable aluminum sheets, creating durable, vivid wall hangings that don’t require a frame. Aluminyze takes over and prepares the final product, correcting colors if needed and shipping it to customers with optional mounting materials such as an easel, wall float, or acrylic pedestal. Aluminyzed waterproof prints last longer than regular photos, and resist scratching, water damage, and curling from the hot breath of a pet dragon.
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