Extreme Prometeia Case Painting Service

Conclusion

Conclusion

Without a doubt, changing the colour of your PC case from the usual drab black or silver is the single biggest way to make your system stand out from the rest.

Extreme Prometeia have taken the effort and expense out of respraying your case by providing an affordable and quality powder coating service to anyone looking for an extreme way of changing the looks of their PC.

Priced at £90 (Excl. VAT) for powder coating the exterior of your case or £130 for both the interior and exterior, powder coating is certainly a more affordable than traditional spray painting and anodising and yet still produces excellent results. More information about EP-UK's powder coating service can be found here.


Pro's
+ Excellent results.
+ Choice of a wide range of colours.
+ Cheaper than any other methods.
+ Fast turnaround.
+ Great customer service.

Con's
- Jealousy from other PC enthusiasts!
- Slight 'Orange Peel' effect common to powder coating.


Editors Choice

Thanks to Extreme Prometeia UK for performing this modification.

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Most Recent Comments

07-09-2006, 13:26:48

Hyper
Very nice Jim.

So how much did it cost to spraw the whole case ?Quote

07-09-2006, 13:27:34

FragTek
Wow now that's fantastic! Another extreme product and review. Great one Jim. I wonder who here in the states specializes in that...Quote

07-09-2006, 13:28:54

JN
Quote:
Originally Posted by Hyper
Very nice Jim.

So how much did it cost to spraw the whole case ?
Outside of the case is £90 (excl VAT). You can have the inside+outside done for a little bit more, and can even have them in different colours Quote

07-09-2006, 18:04:20

kimandsally
Hi there I'm not too sure but I think I have something wrong with my IE7 browser, the only pictures I can see on the review are the ones with the box with the parts covered in bubble wrap, are there other pictures and if so any idea what's stopping me viewing them?

ThanksQuote

07-09-2006, 18:13:23

FarFarAway
Umm I'm not sure. There's pages 2 and 3......Quote
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