A Note from Bundle Monster:
Stand it, bend it, or fold it – this case was made to get the most use out of your Kindle Fire. Designed specifically for the Amazon Kindle Fire device, this case has many features that you are sure to love. The device is constructed of synthetic leather and is held in place by 6-claws that gently keeps the device in place. The front cover can be used as a front closure when the device is not being used and is held closed with an elastic band, folded all the way for ease of reading or propped up when watching a movie or playing a game. Such a simple design with so many uses. Each case is embossed with our “BM” logo on the back for quality assurance. *WILL NOT FIT: Kindle 2, Kindle 3 (aka Kindle Keyboard), Kindle 4, Kindle DX or Kindle Touch.
- Case is designed to fit Kindle Fire device ONLY (Released September 28th, 2011). **WILL NOT FIT: Kindle 2, Kindle 3 (aka Kindle Keyboard), Kindle 4, Kindle DX or Kindle Touch.**
- Expect to receive: (1) Synthetic Leather 6-Claw Multi-Functional Case. Cover does not come with eReader device. NOTE: Due to difference between monitor displays, actual color may vary slightly from image.
- Cover is fabricated of high quality synthetic leather. Case has elastic banded closure with a cover that can flip all the way back or can be used as a kick stand.
- Each case is embossed with our “BM” logo on the back for quality assurance.
I both love and hate this case. Why? Because as pretty as it is, and as unique as some of it’s features…it has some pretty serious flaws. But first…the positive. 1. How freaking awesome is that purple color. Yeah, I’m drooling. *reaches for kleenex* 2. It has a handy dandy strap to hold onto your Kindle WHILE you are reading! 3. It’s got an elastic strap to keep the case closed when not in use. And last (or 4 for those of you counting) it has a folio function so you can prop your kindle up and watch a movie easily. Yay! Now…onto the bad. (Deep breaths.) The entire outside of your baby is exposed. While most snap in covers incase the entire produce this case only secures the edges and everything else (and by everything else I mean the sides) is left flopping in the wind. (Sure hope it doesn’t rain.) And about those edges…they are held in by some pretty nifty latches. Unfortunately those latches cover up one of the speakers. So weigh the pros and cons people and see which is the most important to you. Me? I think it’s an average case at a decent price, so I’ll give it an average rating.
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