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CrazyOnDigital Kindle 3 Kindle Keyboard 3rd Generation Leather Case with Screen Protector Compatible with Kindle Keyboard CrazyOnDigital Retail Package

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  • Custom designed and compatible for the Amazon Kindle 3 Kindle Keyboard
  • Protect your screen with the Full Screen Cover Screen Guard / Protector
  • Securely holds Amazon Kindle 3 Kindle Keyboard in place with flexible strap on top corner
  • Sturdy and stylish black leather exterior protects Kindle
  • Soft charcoal grey suede interior protects screen from scratches

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces
  • ASIN: B00428C1I0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (464 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at September 7, 2010
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Product Description

Carry your Amazon Kindle 3 Kindle Keyboard in style with this unique designer series leather case from CrazyOnDigital. This case has a black leather exterior with a matching black soft micro fiber padding in the interior. The leather case provides complete protection for your Amazon kindle 3 reading device. The case has flexible straps on top corners to secure Amazon Kindle 3 Kindle Keyboard device in the case. The unit also comes with a free anti-scratch screen protector for your Amazon kindle 3. Holds kindle 3 as well - see the picture with kindle 3 in the case.

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343 of 347 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Unexpected Treasure September 29, 2010
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OK, seriously, I had been looking for weeks for a practical, reasonably priced Kindle 3 cover that I could read from with ease and has a nice enough appearance and this finally appeared. I am on a very strict budget and thought that if it did its job, even if it didn't turn out so great, it wouldn't be a big deal and it would hold me over until I found something I liked better. I was going crazy having to leave my Kindle at home because I was not risking injury by taking it out with me without a case! This came in yesterday and I couldn't be more pleased! It looks and feels nice, it is very well constructed and my Kindle fits perfectly. I even shook it over a soft surface to give it a test run and it held up perfectly. I can fold back to front cover to read with one hand without damaging the material and the front pocket can hold a little notepad for those of us who prefer taking hand written notes. I highly recommend this to EVERYONE who is appalled at the unreasonably priced Kindle holders that are on the market right now. If you are concerned about style, I'm sure some fabric stickers would pimp this out very nicely ;)

I DID want a cover that I could read out of with one hand, hold a note pad AND zipped completely closed for ultimate protection, but no such thing exists right now for the K3. The screen protector will give added protection, and I'm sure you can buy/make a simple sleeve that this case could fit into if you do extensive traveling or are just very cautious.

VERY happy! :D And BTW, for those of you as thorough as I am, this IS for the Latest (3rd) Generation Kindle.
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211 of 220 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Very good protection, excellent value October 21, 2010
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If you can give up on leather and fancy-attached lights, buy this cover!


Fits my Kindle 3G perfectly enough to not give room to shift. The listing photos do a great job of showing off how this is constructed, with two non-stretchy strips supporting the Kindle on the bottom corners, and two snappy elastic bands to keep the reader snug. Once secure, there's about 1/8" extra cover all around the Kindle, which should provide a little protection against scratching the corners and sides or against dropping the thing. I wondered if I could slip a silicone sleeve around the Kindle body, to protect the sides, and then tuck them into the cover, but I'm not sure there's enough room.

The Kindle keeps in place even if I hold from the cover at any angle and shake. I can't say the same for my Kindle 1 original cover, which did the job fine but barely clipped onto unit and left a lot of room for the Kindle to flap about. In contrast, I was confident from the first few seconds tucking my Kindle 3 into this cover that the reader will be held securely in place, no slipping, sliding, or tipping out.

I have not seen the official Kindle 3 cover in action, but I'm leery of the cover only hooking onto the plastic side of the reader (at only 2 points), then folding the front cover back like a paperback, which I'd be afraid would snap either the cover hooks or the Kindle hook-holes.

Another reviewer noted that the bottom strips holding the Kindle 3 down obstruct the "shift", "back", and "directional" buttons. The pictures show this pretty accurately even if they're hard to see, so while the buttons aren't actually covered, the strips do slow down button presses just a bit.
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101 of 103 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Leather cover at low cost and does what is required October 15, 2010
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The kindle costs $140 and most of its cover cost ranges from $15-40. $40 to protect a $140 device is simply a fool's idea.
Then I found this cover
1. Reasonably priced
2. Good built quality
3. Leather case
4. With lock
5. Straps to hold the kindle snugly

1. A little thick. It almost made kindle twice as thick.
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70 of 73 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Works OK November 26, 2010
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I purchased this case to use when traveling with my Kindle 3. I find that it does add noticeable bulk and weight to the Kindle making it less comfortable to hold. Enough so that I only use the case for travel.

The case also gets in the way when operating the directional keys and back button. It is just a little awkward to put the Kindle in the case and get the elastic bands properly seated - I expect the elastic bands will be the first thing to wear out. The magnetic clasp works nicely.

I tried the screen protector that comes with the case and didn't like it. While I'm sure it does an excellent job of protecting the screen from handling wear it also makes the screen shiny and glare becomes a problem - more like a normal computer screen than the excellent Kindle screen. The inside front pocket of the case also comes in contact with the Kindle screen when the case is closed. Hopefully the screen protector isn't included because it's necessary to protect the Kindle screen from this pocket!
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Maybe a problem with the side pocket? March 30, 2011
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I actually really LIKE this case. But I suspect there is a problem with it and I feel it only fair to point this out to the manufacturer and consumers. I'm not saying that it's an absolute certainty, but there are indications that the side pocket on the inside left cover of the item contributes to the cracking of the Kindle screen under slight pressure.

Here's what we observed. When my husband and I bought our Kindles, we each got one of these covers and were delighted with them...nice leather, well built, did the job of protecting the Kindle. BUT, each of our Kindles suffered a cracked screen, which made them unusable. I was thinking that Amazon was using a very fragile screen material and that was the cause. It's not like we stepped on them...they each got just a slight bit of pressure and Blammo! When mine cracked recently, I asked to see my husband's broken one. They had nearly identical cracks in the same exact locations. That got me thinking. I placed the pocket on the left side over the cracked screen, and there it uneven coverage of the screen. Where the thick, stitched pocket leather border ends is right in the center horizontal area of the screen. It's my supposition that this uneven coverage...half the screen has the leather pocket leather and half does not...which creates just the right amount of uneven leverage to allow even a slight amount of pressure to crack the screen.

My recommendation is that you do without the pocket. I took a hard cutting surface, put it under the pocket flap, and using a new X-acto blade, sliced the leather off about 1/8" away from the stitching. I then put a drop of jeweler's glue on the cut ends of the stitching so it won't unravel, and let that dry before using it again. I didn't really use the pocket anyway, so I don't miss it. I feel a lot more confident about the safety of my new Kindle.
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