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Verso "Profile" Standing Cover for Kindle Fire HD 8.9", Black (will only fit Kindle Fire HD 8.9")

3.9 out of 5 stars 74 customer reviews

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  • Certified "Made for Kindle" Accessory for Kindle Fire HD 8.9" (will not fit Kindle Fire HD 7" or Kindle Fire)
  • Wakes or puts your device to sleep when the cover is opened and closed
  • Multi-Stand design provides a low profile hands-free viewing position and typing position
  • Patent-pending corner elastics provide a snug fit for devices without interfering with charging or other ports.
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B009WZRCO6
  • Item model number: VR120-001-23
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars 74 customer reviews
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 26, 2012
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Product Description

Lightwedge Llc Vr120-001-23 Journal/Profile/Metro-Black/K

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I shopped quite a bit for the right case for my Kindle 8.9 until I found this one, and I'm quite happy with it. My wife purchased the Amazon case, and I was tempted to buy that one --- it fits the Kindle perfectly, and I like the magentic closure system. I found the Amazon case to be slippery, though, despite the "pebble" grain to the leather. I'm accident prone enough without a slippery case, so I decided to try this case. Except for a couple of minor design flaws, I really like it.

First, the positives:

1.Unlike many of the leather cases, neither of the sides has a crease in it. I personally like this a lot because (in my view) it makes the case easier to hold. I usually hold the Kindle with the front cover folded entirely behind the back, and I've found that when there is a crease in either the front or back cover, it tends to flop around.
2. The two kickstands in the back work great as stands --- much more secure than the Amazon case. I like the two options; the lower one is good if I am typing a lot, and the taller one works pretty well when I have the Kindle at my desk. As an added bonus, the two stands (when not extended) make the Kindle even easier to hold the Kindle when I have the front cover folded over the back. You can see that not dropping the Kindle is a theme with me --- probably because I dropped my last one!
3. The design is also looks quite nice, and I don't have any trouble holding it. Most people seem to think it will open to hold a pad of paper, which is fine by me. I'd rather people not realize it has a Kindle inside!
4. The front cover has a magnet in it, so that when you close it, the Kindle turns off, and when you open it, it turns on. Great!
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I had the opportunity to compare three different cases for the Kindle Fire HD 8.9 and will post the same review to all three product pages.

Marware Vibe Standing Case, red: It is synthetic leather, and looks and feels every bit of it. The image shown for the red case shows red stitching, but the one I received had black stitching on the red exterior and red on the black interior, which seemed to be a production mistake and was not attractive. The speakers are blocked. The device felt secure within the four plastic corners. The case in its entirety didn't particularly add any bulk or weight to the device. At the time of this writing the case sells for $35, a bit steep for a not very attractive case. Three stars

The Verso Standing Profile Case, black: The case looks nice. There is no indication on the web description or packaging whether the case is real or synthetic leather. It looks and feels real. It smells chemical-plant produced, however. As others have mentioned in their reviews, a strong, unpleasant odor emanates from the case. Really nasty. The speakers are blocked. The case is the bulkiest of the three because of the built-in easel design. Four corner straps securely hold the device in place and a long strap secures the cover, if desired. At $40, I think the company could have made a case without the petroleum (or worse) aroma. Two stars

The Amazon Kindle Fire Standing Leather Case, black: Trim, attractive, well made. Barely adds any bulk or weight to the device. The Fire "snaps" into a narrow rubber trim that rings the interior of the case (very secure). The case accommodates all the ports and switches, and doesn't block the speakers. A rubber tab is a simple catch to open the case and also securely holds the device when the cover is turned back to become an easel. At $55, certainly expensive, but to me, definitely worth it. Five stars.
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I tried this product and the Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.9" Standing Leather Case on my Kindle Fire. I consider this a better product than the Amazon standing leather case. First the functional reasons: This device has two tabs that allow it to sit either at a higher angle, useful for viewing video material or reading, and at a lower angle, useful for writing or web browsing where you need to use the touch keyboard. This lower position is also better for playing games. The Amazon product only sits at a higher position.
Second, cosmetics. The case is black satiny fabric with a leather shoulder. It is quite good looking, better looking IMHO than the Amazon product which, despite being leather, looks almost like plastic.
There are two things where the Amazon case is superior. First, weight. This product is heavier than the Amazon case, not by a lot but, if you care about weight, you'll prefer the Amazon case. Second fit. This product holds the tablet via four elastic loops. If dropped, or jerked, the tablet may come loose. If you plan on using it outdoors a lot, or do a lot of banging it around, I would choose the Amazon case.
As far as prize is concerned, this case beats the Amazon product by about $20.
4 and a half stars, half a star off for the flimsy elastic loop holders.
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This Verso "Profile" cover *looks* very neat and professional on the outside. However, it's what's on the inside that counts.

PROS:
1) This case has a strong elastic that holds the case closed.
2) It's very slim.

CONS:
1) This case holds the Kindle Fire HD in place with elastic tabs on each corner. This interior elastic is thin and is of a much poorer quality than the outer elastic. After less than a week of use, my Kindle was very loose inside the cover.
2) The case has only has two viewing positions for hands-free use, IF the elastic is tight.
3) I don't know if this is a "con" or not, but my case has a very strong odor. Even after a week in my garage, it retained this odor.

As much as I like the look and the slim build of this case, I'm not using it anymore. My main concern is the loose interior elastic doesn't protect my Kindle Fire HD, when it's open -- in hands-free position or even in reading position.
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