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The cover folds all the way back and goes behind the rear cover that holds the Kindle device. Since you're holding the Kindle in your hand, it's simply not a problem to hold the Kindle, the back cover and the folded-behind front cover in the same hand. In that way, it works the same way as the covers I had for my 2nd… see more The cover folds all the way back and goes behind the rear cover that holds the Kindle device. Since you're holding the Kindle in your hand, it's simply not a problem to hold the Kindle, the back cover and the folded-behind front cover in the same hand. In that way, it works the same way as the covers I had for my 2nd Generation and 3rd Generation Kindles. Also, during a power failure, I have a clip on, battery operated reading light on a flexible gooseneck and that can be clipped to the front cover while it's folded behind, so this cover for the 8th Generation Kindle does what I want it to do. see less The cover folds all the way back and goes behind the rear cover that holds the Kindle device. Since you're holding the Kindle in your hand, it's simply not a problem to hold the Kindle, the back cover and the folded-behind front cover in the same hand. In that way, it works the same way as the covers I had for my 2nd Generation and 3rd Generation Kindles. Also, during a power failure, I have a clip on, battery operated reading light on a flexible gooseneck and that can be clipped to the front cover while it's folded behind, so this cover for the 8th Generation Kindle does what I want it to do.
Todd V. Leone
· June 28, 2018
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Yes, it should. I think my Kindle has been knocked accidentally off the night stand once or twice without consequences.
Claire M Johnson
· August 21, 2017
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I bought the black. It isn’t a smooth plastic cover, but more of a slight textured rubber. You could probably wipe it down lightly with a slightly damp cloth, but I wouldn’t use heavy soap and water. Mine hasn’t shown any grease or dirt yet so I haven’t wiped it off to answer your question fully.
Sandra G.
· November 26, 2017
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The cover should the kindle reader just fine. The cover is a little bit larger because you snap the reader into the cover. We had no problems with ours.
Grog
· February 21, 2017
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Is internet connection necessary?
Carolyn S. Cannain
· October 9, 2018
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No they no longer make lighted covers since they started producing the paper white kindle :(
Erin Cryder
· July 5, 2016
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Open the cover and push on the tab attached to the case (not the cover). It comes right off.
JW. Healy
· December 9, 2016
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You could put your kindle in this case upside down. The openings are the same top and bottom. The only thing that would be off is the word Amazon on the inside cover would be upside down.
Mybidzwork
· June 24, 2018