Marware jurni Kindle Fire Case Cover, Blue (will not fit HD or HDX models)
- Certified "Made for Kindle" accessory (fits Kindle Fire)
- Zippered closure for added security and protection at all times
- Interior hand strap improves one-handed reading/viewing
- Exterior zippered pocket stores small personal items such as IDs, cash or credit cards
- Durable nylon and soft fabric exterior (nylon/canvas for Beige) with soft microsuede lining guards against scratches and mild impact
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From the Manufacturer
Marware jurni Kindle Fire Cover
The Marware jurni is a fashionable, durable, zippered cover that utilizes a four-point mounting system to secure and protect your Kindle Fire at all times.
The jurni's zippered closure secures the cover open or closed, protecting your Kindle Fire at all times. The durable fabric exterior, soft microsuede interior, and rigid spine provide protection against everyday wear and tear. In addition, the dual zippers provide access to charge your Kindle Fire without having to expose or remove it.
Innovative Hand Strap
For comfortable one-handed reading/viewing, simply unzip the jurni, fold the front lid back, zip the top of the cover partially closed (securing the front lid in the open position), then slide your hand into the hand strap.
Zippered Storage Pocket
A slim, zippered storage pocket along the front exterior of the jurni stores small, thin items like IDs, cash, or credit cards.
Available in five colors, the Black, Blue, Red and Pink jurni covers are made of nylon and soft fabric, while the Beige jurni is made of a canvas and soft fabric exterior.
Four-Point Mounting System
Four polycarbonate clips along the top and bottom of the cover snap the Kindle Fire securely into place. The top clips include holes that precisely line up with the speakers on your Kindle Fire, ensuring optimal audio for your viewing/listening experience.
Top customer reviews
First off I have to say that most bad reviews for a product are usually due to customer error (stupidity). "I didn't like this game because I bought it for the PS3 and I own an xbox" (that was a real review)... "I hated this product because the shipping took too long" (shipping options have NOTHING to do with the product itself) etc etc etc.
I have to say that this product warranted the most bizarre complaints I have ever seen.
1. "the product smelled so bad I got headaches." I read several people with this complaint. Risking that my nose was not as delicate as the unfortunate headache sufferers that bought this case... I went ahead and purchased it. When it arrived I actually held the package out as far as I could while I opened it. I was expecting this mushroom cloud of stink to puff out the MOMENT I broke the seal... Nope. Nothing. I slowly brought it to my nose. It smelled exactly like a fresh brand new vinyl case... No more, no less than every other brand new vinyl bag I have ever encountered. I have owned this case for two days...Now it does not have any noticeable scent unless I hold it directly to my nostrils...And even then it is slight. I can't for the life of me figure out what these scent headache sufferers are talking about.
2. "It is so tight I couldn't remove my Kindle fire from the case once it was in." This again had me confused. I thought, "Don't people WANT a secure tight case to protect their Kindle Fire?" I know I do. So when I snapped my Kindle Fire into the case (quite easily mind you)...I then held the case by its sides and held it upside down. The Kindle didn't budge. This pleased me to no end. I buy cases so that I can be carefree with holding a product without worry that it will fail and allow my Kindle Fire to fall or become dislodged. This product is perfect. So then I decided that in the future if I need to remove my Fire at a moments notice for some strange reason I don't have the time or energy to think up...Will I be able to? So I gently grasped the top two prongs and pulled up on them. LOW AND BEHOLD THE LAWS OF SIMPLE PHYSICS DID NOT FAIL ME! The Kindle popped right out of it's secure perch and into my waiting hands. Thank you basic motor skills for allowing me to do a task that surprisingly some people can't seem to manage!
3. "The zipper broke" Not sure on this one...Like I said it is only two days old...Jury is still out on zipper durability.
4. "I couldn't figure out how to hold it properly." Again... You simply fold over the flap and slide your hand into the convenient flap and use your opposable thumb to grasp your encased Kindle Fire. I encourage all people that cannot figure out how to grasp the Kindle with this case properly to buy as many books as possible with their Fire. The amount of basic knowledge they desperately need if they can't figure out how to hold an item... is staggering.
What I do like:
I love how well this case fits the Fire. It is light, secure and safe. I love that you can close it up so that debris and dust can't gunk it up. So many cases for ebooks do not close. They can be cinched shut, clasped, folded close etc...But this one actually zips up and protects the Fire. I often have to shove items in a book bag and it is good to know that no other debris shuffling around in there will collect in the creases of a folded case.
It is comfortable to hold. I tend to hold it open like a book while I read. On several occasions I have simply folded it over and grasped it (as the video for the product shows) and found that just as comfortable.
It is well constructed and durable. I like the look of it and the functionality. The front pocket is too tight to hold anything but a few credit cards...But I wouldn't store credit cards in there anyway. I am currently holding a wipe cloth in there for the Kindle's screen...And getting that in and out is a pain...But then again...Basic motor skills and patience win that fight every time.
When I received my Kindle Fire, I was a little disappointed in how heavy it is and how awkward it is to hold. I'm used to using a lightweight Pocketbook 360 Plus ereader. So when I put this Marware cover on the Kindle, I was pleasantly surprised at how much easier it is to hold the KF for long periods of time without fatigue. The built in strap is an ingenious design.
Seems to be sturdily built unlike the Kindle Fire Lightweight MicroShell Folio Cover by Marware which I also bought - and returned.
It has a double zipper so that you can leave the cover on while charging or transferring data.
The zippered storage compartment is a very tight storage space, but I only planned on using it for a motel or hotel card key, a little cash or a credit card so it is fine for my uses.
You can also prop up the Kindle in the horizontal position on a bed or cushion or lap - bonus.
This cover doesn't have a bunch of gimmicks that won't work the way you want them to; it's just a simple, functional cover to protect the device and make it handy to use.
I must say that the Fire is very sleek but a bit heavy to hold up and very slippery. I have an IPAD and I cannot really read in bed or in other positions unless I am placing it on a table or my lap with a stand. Well with a kindle and a good case like this you can read !. Not possible with an IPAD (The IPAD is great otherwise but I think they will co-exist at least for me for diffrent reasons !). Kudos Amazon !