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Acase Genuine Leather Flip Case for Kindle 3 (Keyboard) with Multiple Position Stand (Pink)

by Acase
352 customer reviews

Price: $19.79 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details
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Kindle w/Keyboard
Pink
  • Designed specifically for the new Amazon Kindle 3
  • Holds Kindle securely in place for safe transportation
  • Multiple Position stand to allow for comfortable reading at any angle
  • Soft, suede lining protects device from scratches
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Product Description

Size:Kindle w/Keyboard  |  Color:Pink

This Leather Case will securely hold and protect your Amazon Kindle 3. This case will protect your Kindle from scratches, fingerprints, and dust. The leather interior will hold the Kindle securely in place so you can carry the case worry free, and you can also keep it in the case during usage. Use this case for ideal utility, practicality, and protection when using your Kindle 3! The in-built stand function allows you to place the book on a desk, table or any other surface you wish without the need to hold it. The adjustable arm allows a wide range of angles so you can achieve your perfect reading experience. Available in Black, Brown, Red and Pink


Product Details

Size: Kindle w/Keyboard | Color: Pink
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B005895NFK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (352 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 26, 2011
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138 of 142 people found the following review helpful By A. Haman on January 13, 2011
Size: Kindle w/KeyboardColor: Black Verified Purchase
I spent a lot of time going over all the Kindle cases and ended up buying two: This one and the M Edge executive case. I doubt I will ever use the M Edge case because it has an awful chemical smell to it and it is big and rather bulky. The Acase cover however is perfect. Now, don't do what I did and try to get the Kindle in there with the cushioning that comes with it. That cushioning comes out first and then the Kindle goes in. (I thought the cushioning added extra protection for the device, but apparently it is just there for shipping.)

For those of you that get this along with your brand new Kindle, save the plastic protective clear covers that come on the front and back of the Kindle. I put one of those on the smooth leather side of the Acase case that is supposed to lie on the table surface when you have it raised. The plastic thing is the perfect size, doesn't have any adhesive to hurt the leather (not sure how it stays on there) and is very easy to wipe off. So for everyone that complained that this cover will get dirty if you stand it up, that is a nice solution.

I also bought an M edge light and it fits great with this case. I stuck in the left side next to the buttons (which I don't need to press because the buttons on the other side of the Kindle do the same thing). Then I turn the light up and flatten it against the side and over the top when I am done. When I flip the cover closed it covers right over the light and gives it a little protection. It won't protect it like the M Edge case will, but it keeps it all neatly packaged when closed.

That little cover flap got in my way while reading so I just tuck it in behind the Kindle on top not only does this get it out of the way, but it secures the whole case while reading.
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229 of 243 people found the following review helpful By JC on January 7, 2011
Size: Kindle w/KeyboardColor: Black Verified Purchase
The cover arrived with a small tear in the strap that folds over for the magnetic closure. That strap is a hard flimsy material that is very thin and only about half an inch wide (does not feel like leather). The tear starts on the edge in the middle of the strap and will inevitably spread as you bend that strap to open and close the item. Every time you open and close it, the strap bends at the tear, which will eventually cause a full tear and render the cover useless. This is something that should have been caught before the product was ever sold. Even though the item ships from Amazon, it is sold by Digital Media Source (Amazon does not sell this item directly at all). As a result, you cannot do an even exchange; only return and rebuy at the current price. It is now $6 more expensive than when I bought it (almost a 60% increase in price), so if I want a non-defective one, I have to shell out an additional $6 even though it arrived defective. I do not recommend this item since you are not guaranteed a non-defective one at the price you are currently paying.

Update (01/21/11):
The seller sent me an e-mail after I posted this negative review and offered to send me a replacement case at no charge IF I withdrew my negative feedback. The e-mail came from Digital Media Source, even though my order was fulfilled by Amazon. I started following the reviews for this case and noticed that the negative reviews usually disappear after a few days, now I know why. They sent me a replacement (not through Amazon) that had even more tears on the straps than the first one. I sent them (Digital Media Source) multiple e-mails since then and they have ignored me.

Another VERY important thing to note is that the person who posted the first video review (J.
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58 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 2, 2011
Size: Kindle w/KeyboardColor: Black
So I finally got a Kindle 3, and I'm so glad I waited instead of buying with the 1st generation. I spent a lot of time researching cases once I had decided I was going to purchase the Kindle 3, and decided the characteristics I wanted/needed were:
- Sturdy and protective for carrying around, primarily out of the house
- Not too bulky
- Able to put into a stand position for hands-free reading
- Not hideous in overall appearance

There are several options out there including the case I originally had planned to go with, the M-Edge Platform Kindle Jacket. This cover looks slim, sharp in appearance, and is more than double the price of the Acase cover. There is also the Duragadget Kindle cover which is, as far as I could tell, exactly the same as the Acase cover on this page, but about $10 more expensive.

What I liked about the Acase cover from the description and reviews:
- Appeared pretty sturdy, and had a secure way to hold the Kindle (not just corner-mounted elastic or leather bands)
- Allowed multiple positions for the stand feature
- Cheap!

I bought the red color which doesn't appear available on Amazon right now, for less than $20 (not black because I wanted it to be visible inside bags). Delivery was quick and it came before my Kindle did (granted, the Kindle was ordered right before Xmas when for a brief period of time it did not ship for 3-5 days). I was pleased with the appearance of the cover and eagerly awaited my Kindle. The Kindle itself I LOVE, but that would have to be the subject of a different review! It fits perfectly into the Acase cover.
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