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No. The cover is very much a form-fitting component. There is no nook or cranny that would accept a stylus, even a very slender one. You wouldn't want to clip anything to the flip-top because doing so would interfere with how it opens and closes and switches the device on and off.
Is it heavy? Oct 13, 2013
My kindle with its cover weighs about 12 oz., and I weighed two paperback books at 6 and 9 oz. so it's heavier, but comfortable to hold for reading, and quite a bit lighter than a typical hardcover which I weighed at 22 oz. The kindle itself is very light but this cover is incredibly protective (left it in the rain, etc).
is the persimmon cover more of an orange or a coral? I got the honey color one and it's gotta go back. Mustard is a more appropriate name. Thanks Mar 26, 2014
I would say it is closer to persimmon. If I remember, it looked pretty much like the picture.
When the cover is folded back does the magnet keep it securely in place or does it flop around when open while reading? Jul 29, 2013
When the cover is folded back there is no magnet to hold it in place. The cover bends all the way back easily. If you hold the back of the kindle, the cover flops down. But, it you bend the cover all the way back and hold it under the kindle, the weight of the kindle holds it in place comfortably while reading and it will not flop around.
Nopes, at least in my experience, not necessary