Amazon Kindle Paperwhite Leather Case, Ink Blue – fits all Paperwhite generations

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite Leather Case, Ink Blue - fits all Paperwhite generations

  • Designed bу Amazon tο bе thе lightest аnԁ thinnest protective cover fοr Kindle Paperwhite (wіƖƖ nοt fit Kindle οr Kindle Touch)
  • Wake οr рƖасе уουr device tο sleep bу opening οr closing thе cover
  • Secures уουr device lacking straps covering thе front
  • Magnetic clasp ensures cover іѕ securely closed
  • Premium natural leather exterior protects wіth style

Oυr genuine leather cover wаѕ engineered tο bе thе lightest аnԁ thinnest protective cover fοr уουr Kindle Paperwhite. A fusion οf soft, premium textured leather аnԁ аn innovative, form-en suite interior secures Kindle Paperwhite lacking аnу hinges οr straps. Thе cover involuntarily puts уουr Paperwhite tο sleep whеn іt іѕ closed аnԁ wakes уουr device upon opening mаkіnɡ іt ѕο simple tο jump back іntο уουr newest book.

List Price: $ 39.99

Price: $ 39.99


mno86февраля 16, 2018 at 9:37
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Adequate, But Nothing Revolutionary For the Price, February 11, 2016
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I recently traded in my much-used Kindle Keyboard for a Paperwhite. The upgrade has been an exceptional improvement. This case, but, I’m unsure about.

I owned the authoritative Amazon case for the Kindle Keyboard, which was significantly less expensive and higher quality. This case, for the price, has left me a small lacking.

First, the positives. I like the color options. I finished up purchasing an Ink Blue cover. The photo makes the blue look a lot more rich and ‘blue’ than it really is. It is absolutely a flat, dark navy color. It has a nice hand-feel and the front and back are upholstered in the textured leather, with a brushed silver “Kindle” magnet along the clasp side. The inside has a soft felt material that looks nice and the hinge is very sturdy: I have no dread of ripping when wrapping it behind the Kindle even as reading. The Kindle Paperwhite fits perfectly inside and the rubber top and bottom part that hold it secure it closely. I like the fact that it turns the Kindle on and off just by opening and closing the cover. It does add a decent amount of heft to the Kindle even as on…some may find that a positive, others a negative.

Now the negatives. The lack of a band to secure the cover shut means that the front of the cover wobbles and shifts even as I’m holding it or carrying it. The magnet isn’t very strong, and even the slightest shifting of the front of the leather case causes the Kindle to turn on briefly underneath. That design wasn’t very well-executed. For the money paid, I expect the front cover to stay perfectly secure even as closed (like my ancient case did for less). Lastly, the sides are rubber (reckon of a bumper for an iPhone around the edge). I reckon this looks a small cheap, personally. The center-edge magnet also means the flaps at the top and bottom don’t sit very flush when shut.

Don’t get me incorrect, it’s nice enough and I’m nitpicking a bit, but at this price point, I believe nitpicking is justifiable when there are additional options out there for way less. The bottom line is, this is a nice case…I just don’t reckon it’s any better than some of the third-party options that cost literally 75% less.

Michael Gallagherфевраля 16, 2018 at 9:45
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Fantastic Quality and Styling, Protects Paperwhite Well from Drops, October 9, 2012
Michael Gallagher (Houston, TX) –

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This is a very nice and lightweight cover that goes above and beyond what previous versions of Amazon-branded e-Ink Kindle covers have done: it is super-compact, lightweight, and holds the Paperwhite about as snug and secure as you can imagine – they have made this cover so that the Kindle fits into a recessed pocket in the cover for a snug fit that you won’t have any dread of falling out (like the Kindle 1), the hinge wearing out over time and your Kindle dangling or falling out (like the Kindle 3 / Kindle Keyboard), or some type of fabric wearing out from use (like the Kindle Fire and the Kindle DX).

What is really clean is there is a sensor in the Paperwhite and the cover that allow the Kindle to know when the cover is closed and involuntarily puts it into sleep mode to conserve battery power – upon opening the flap to read, the Paperwhite involuntarily wakes up. I’ll bet some of you have tried cocking your head at an angle and place your eye up to it to see when the Kindle hits sleep mode and / or wakes up as you accurate and open the cover (I did!).

I have used this for a small over a week now and it has been able to withstand the rigors of back and forth in my briefcase, numerous sessions of starting and stopping reading, and, unfortunately tumbling it on its side twice – and it protected the Kindle like a champ.

It feels excellent in your hands and compliments the reading experience with your new Paperwhite. The outer cover is a basic leather that feels excellent and you can get it in a variety of styles – I got the regular black as my additional Kindle readers have different insignia and I wanted to be able to admit it quickly from across the room as “mine” vs. another family members’ Kindle.

Please note this holder only fits the Kindle Paperwhite and does not fit any additional e-Ink Kindle as the dimensions are different.

As I type this review, the price of this cover in black is $39.99 which is a pretty excellent deal when you compare it to the pricing of the covers for additional models of Kindle. I would vastly recommend this one in the color of your choosing – you want to protect your investment, and my two drops already in one week show this was a excellent protection of that investment.

November 8, 2013 Update: I’ve been using this for over a year now and it is still holding up, and protecting my Paperwhite despite numerous airports, back and forth in my man bag, and several drops onto concrete.

October 2015 Update: After nearly three years of consistent use, it is still in excellent shape. I did, but, upgrade to the new Paperwhite a month or so ago and got a new cover for it in a different color (different color in order to differentiate it from the previous model). I’d recommend this one still.

Cthulhuфевраля 16, 2018 at 9:46
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Protect your Paperwhite in style, October 1, 2012
Cthulhu (Minas Anor, GD) –

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I am not an Amazon promoter – my Kindle Fire review was a 3 stars – but I’ve always preferred Amazon’s authoritative Kindle covers to ‘third parties’ when it came to Kindle readers because of their hard to match quality and the way they integrated with the Kindle they were tasked to cover and protect.

This Paperwhite cover is no exception. It’s not as technologically sophisticated as the cover for the Kindle 3 (Keyboard) which seamlessly incorporated a pull-out reading light within the cover’s body even as drawing power from the Kindle itself but the quality is excruciating and it nearly literally fits the Paperwhite like a glove.

There’s not a lot to say about a ‘cover’ but here are some of its more notable features, starting with the positives.

- Magnet keeps it closed.
- Some built-in sensor will turn the Kindle on whenever you open the cover (clean).
- Textured surface guarantees a excellent grip when holding it.
- Flip cover design allows front cover to fold back for one-hand reading (nice).
- Light as a feather. Yes, it does add a small weight to the Paperwhite but only a small.
- With the cover on, the Kindle is significantly smaller, thinner than a paperback and lighter than most.
- Some of the better quality leather I’ve seen in a ‘cover’.

And then, of course, it’s the price – not exactly pocket change. Amazon’s Kindle covers tend to be expensive but I always felt that it was money well spent for the protection, the added functionality and the stylish design.

And, one more thing. Once your Paperwhite sinks into its cover the two become virtually one body which is what this design was intended to accomplish. It is certainly possible to break them again but it’s not quick or simple. This design fits my Kindle-using habits – I never removed the covers off the additional Kindles except once on ‘day one’ just to see that it is possible to do so. If you believe that you are vacant to take your Kindle in and out of its cover than you should not consider this one.