- Item Weight: 11.2 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds
- ASIN: B003U6ZB32
- Item model number: New Kindle Cover GARAN
- Average Customer Review: 43 customer reviews
- Date first available at Amazon.com: August 23, 2010
Diane von Furstenberg Kayley Canvas Clutch for Kindle (Fits Kindle Keyboard), Garden Animal
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
- Designed by Diane von Furstenberg exclusively for Kindle Keyboard
- Cotton canvas Garden Animal print cover
- Twill blend interior with business card holders
- Patent-pending hinge holds device in place
- Stain resistant finish
- Designed by Diane von Furstenberg exclusively for Kindle (6" Display, Latest Generation)
Iconic DVF Print
Show your style with Diane von Furstenberg's garden animal print. The sturdy cotton canvas will keep your Kindle safe and secure while in transport, and the beet pink, twill blend interior adds extra pop and protection.
All of the Diane von Furstenberg Kindle covers have added touches, including a signature shiny gold DVF toggle on the clasp, and convenient business card slots on the inside of the cover.
Secure Your Kindle
The Kindle-compatible hinge means you can rest assured your Kindle will stay firmly in place even when you're on the go.
Top Customer Reviews
The only, the ONLY problems: there was a tiny thread that pulled out of the front cover near the clasp right after I got it, but you can hardly tell. If I were to redesign it, I would add corner-holsters so that the Kindle was held flat against the clutch; as it stands it is only connected by the connection at the binding, and if you flip it over accidentally while you're reading, it could put strain on that edge. And the only other tiny thing is that the fabric latch (that goes into the clasp on the front) is kind of in the way while reading, but I just tuck it behind and it's pretty good to go.
In short, I am 100% glad I made this investment. Love it. If you're looking for a luxe Kindle cover, this may be the one for you!
- The clasp has an embossed pattern on it, matching the Ikat pattern on the canvas. Not important, really, but an interesting touch by DVF.
- While the exterior is canvas, the interior is slightly "dressier" and has a texture to it like a grosgrain ribbon.
- This case is padded inside. The padding along with the clasp and the quarter-inch margin around the three open sides combine to provide very good protection overall for the Kindle inside.
It's high priced, but if you like the extra style of a designer cover, not overpriced.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The case is very stylish but the material gets dirty easilyPublished on August 26, 2014 by J. Phillips
I am currently on my 3rd and awaiting my 4th Kindle Keyboard in the past month. All have frozen up and had to be replaced almost immediately. Read morePublished on February 2, 2012 by Amazon Customer
This cover looks much nicer in the pictures, and I was sorely disappointed when it arrived and I got a good look at it. Read morePublished on October 12, 2011 by Erin
I hate this cover! I paid way way too much for it. It is so cheap and I hate the clasp. It's flimsy and it gets dirty so quickly. Big regret. Read morePublished on September 30, 2011 by KITTY
While I was shopping for a cover for my newly gifted Kindle I ran across this one. The color caught my attetion first. It was sharp and clean and just pretty. Read morePublished on September 28, 2011 by Neorn
I purchased this item about 2 months ago and I absolutely love it. I do agree with a review that I read as it was a little difficult to get the kindle into the case at first,... Read morePublished on September 9, 2011 by parkyaus
I did not like the designer case for my Kindle. It did not lay flat and the cheap plastic side clip scratched my Kindle. I will be reordering one that has the four elastic bands. Read morePublished on September 2, 2011 by bella
Pros: cute design, satiny pink interior, holds Kindle without obscuring buttons.
Cons: Expensive! Read more
Looks great, very trendy. My husband thought I had bought a new purse. A little on the expensive side seeing as it's really just cardboard covered with a printed fabric. Read morePublished on July 30, 2011 by CASmelt