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I thought this damn thing was self lit, like a cell phone... for as expensive as it is, it should be!!!!! I'm pretty peeved.
sleeve case for Kindle: Any suggestions? Jun 13, 2009
Hi - If you give me a more explicit idea of where you want "handles," I'll try to make you one. My husband had a brain tumor (now deceased) so I can relate to only having one body-side functional. FYI I am making K2 covers to raise money for more research on brain cancer and am selling them (next year) from a non-profit I set up. They are soft covers tho, not meant necessarilyfor protection. I would make you one for FREE tho b/c I empathasize. MVS
airport security and kindle: Does anyone know if a kindle needs to be handled in any special way when going through security? Feb 20, 2009
I took mine back and forth to Chicago...in my carry on bag...sent it thru the security machine with no problems at all. Best of luck!
I bought the "Acer Aspire one & Dell Inspiron Mini 9 Netbook PC BLACK Soft NEOPRENE SLEEVE CASE Cover Pouch Carrying Bag" and am able to throw my Kindle 2 with leather cover in there. There is about an inch of room to spare all the way around but I can fit the power cord in the zipper case and all of it goes into my backpack everyday. Used it on a roundtrip flight to Kansas City and back. Worked great. Would I like something a little more snug - sure, but at $18 bucks it was fine for me. Enough padding for protection without too much bulk.
I don't know for certain, but it looks like it isn't. Being a diver, I know that neoprene is water permeable. It looks like the case does not have a full covering of any barrier material; only partial. If you don't get a definitive answer, I hope this helps you make a more educated guess.
Received mine for Christmas Kindle 2 6"---haven't had any problems but it has only been 3 days. LOVE IT LOVE IT
Airplane use: do I have to turn off the Kindle when the stewardess says "all electronic devices must be turned off"? Jan 28, 2010
I've asked different stewardesses on different flights and they all say the same thing - yes, it must be turned off for take-off and landing. You end up having to turn it off for about 20 minutes at the start of the flight and 20 minutes again at the end of the flight. A little frustrating - I end up bringing a small paperback for those times (I have to read every spare minute!), which kind of defeats the purpose of the kindle!
Slim kindle cover with good screen protection: Does anyone know of any of the sleeve like covers that have a stiff (not just neoprene or foam) face to protect the screen? Sep 2, 2009
i would love to find one of these to
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