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2nd Generation Kindle Accessory
This product is designed to fit the 2nd generation Kindle.

Moleskine® Kindle Cover with Reporter-Style Notebook (Fits 6" Display, 2nd Generation Kindle) Black

3.4 out of 5 stars 96 customer reviews
About the product
  • Signature simplicity and style, made exclusively for Kindle by Moleskine® (fits 6" display, 2nd Generation Kindle)
  • Slim profile cover with elegant black hardcover jacket, rounded corners, iconic black elastic closure, and subtle embossed logo on back
  • Interior features plush suede lining and double-stitched corner elastic straps to keep Kindle in place
  • Includes a Moleskine® reporter-style plain notebook opposite the Kindle
  • Allows complete access to all ports and buttons

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.5 x 1.5 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces
  • ASIN: 8862935293
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: KND02BK
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars 96 customer reviews
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  • Date first available at June 15, 2010
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So I'd heard about Moleskine cover mods for Kindle and iPad via [...]. They'd included a link to this cover, so I clicked it to see what the deal was.

The integrated notepad was a nice touch, it seemed. I'd actually spent the prior few days bemoaning the fact that the Kindle has a keyboard but no simple text app. There are hacks out there sure, but it just seemed silly not having this capacity. Still does, by the way. Anyway, including a nice notepad was one way to resolve this dilemma.

And Hoo! It was on the left side. I am left-handed, so I was hooked. Bought it. Boom. It just arrived tonight via FedEx so I sat down to open the package.

Remeber, Kindle owners, how much of a presentation opening the Kindle box was? The big reveal, how well put together the presentation was, the little touches? Well it's the same here. Inside the FedEx box was another 6 x 10 box with a black ink band about the middle around the box reminiscent of the Moleskine notebooks themselves. "Kindle Cover + 2 Volant Notebooks," then to the left of that a drawing of the open cover with Kindle and notepad, and below that, "Limited edition for Amazon Kindle."

Open this, and there is the cover wrapped in black crepe paper bound by a black sticker that says "Kindle Cover." Unwrap this, and there is the cover itself with the notepads inside.

Lovely presentation.

First thing I noticed, the smell. I have an M-Edge cover I've used since January, and it took about a month before the chemical smell went away from that fella. This, however, has a nicer smell to it. Moreover, the smell doesn't permeate your hands like with the M-Edge. The interior is cream-colored, like a chamois. The Kindle is held in by four elastic bands that were a bit of a struggle to get on.
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I love Moleskine notebooks, so I was delighted to find this option for my Kindle. I like its understated looks (it just looks like a nice notebook -- it doesn't shout "ask me what this is!!" when I leave it on my desk or on a cafe table). It has a soft "suede" interior to protect from scratches and it's firm enough to protect the screen of my Kindle from bumps against the odd corner (and from my keys).

The construction is top-notch; the four elastic straps at the corners are very tight and they hold the Kindle securely. I like the stitching and the suede lining. The elastic band that keeps the cover closed works fine, and is anchored to the back of the cover from the inside, which makes a really neat appearance. There is easily enough free room in the spine to carry a pen - so why no pen loop??

The straps don't cover any ports; charging/USB cables or headphones can still be connected without removing the reader from the cover. The straps DO partially cover the ON/OFF switch and the volume control button ( + ), but they don't interfere with normal operation.

Possible downside(s):

The notepad does make reading a little less pleasant when the cover is open and the left side folded back. I bought this as a "protective" cover, for taking my Kindle to work or to a coffee shop, and I never intended to read it with the cover on (or at least not very often). The notepad itself is a little disappointing; it's just a floppy-cover, unruled pad of paper. You do get two of them, and they are a replaceable item, so at least you're not stuck after you fill one up.

No pen loop :(

It's kind of tricky to put the Kindle into the corner straps.
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I have been searching around for quite some time for a case for my Kindle that I would be satisfied with.
At first I was attracted to the overall look of the Moleskin case. I liked the black external material and the interior color as well. I think that the color scheme of this case is very professional looking.
I read different reviews about this case and a lot of comments were stating that there was a lot of issues with the placement of the journal. To many reviewers, this seemed as if it were designed for a left handed Kindle User. Which in many ways is why I decided to purchase this item. I am left handed and the journal placement works out great for me.
Having the journal and the Kindle inside of the case does add more bulk to the overall size of the case, however, I do not see that as an issue and it still looks like a great case. I like writing notes down as I write, so I like the idea of having the journal inside of the case, even it if makes is a little bigger.
I also like the fact that there is a band that will hold the case shut. Some of the other cases that I have looked at did not have that feature or if it did, the case was not that appealing.
There is enough room for a pen to be inside of the case, but there is now place to clip it in so it does not fall out. Also, that is not a big deal either. The fact that there is even enough room for the ability to have a pen is a bonus to the over case's features.
I'm not that big of a fan of the elastic slots that hold the Kindle in place, in comparison to some of the other cases that have the clip in attachment along one side of the Kindle. But the elastic holds the Kindle 3 nicely. Since I just purchased the Kindle 3 I was a little hesitant to purchase this case because it is designed for the Kindle 2.
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