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Belkin Neoprene Kindle Case

  • Case protects Amazon 6″ Display, Latest Generation Kindle from scratches
  • Compact, form-fitting design
  • Made of neoprene with faux-leather accents for added grip
  • Zippers are padded and asymetrically positioned for quick access
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging

Belkin Neoprene Kindle Case

5 Responses to “Belkin Neoprene Kindle Case”

  1. Mediahound says:

    Watch Video Here: This is my favorite case for the Kindle. As someone who likes to take out the Kindle from a case while reading it, this slip case works great. I don’t have to deal with any straps or mounts at all and the case offers great protection when I’m storing and transporting my Kindle. I’m very happy with this case for the price as the build quality seems top notch (build quality is better than the Patagonia one and that one has straps so is less convenient!)
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. K. Bunker says:

    Does what it’s supposed to do and looks fine too. With the Kindle 2 being so sexily slim, I didn’t want to stick it semi-permanently into a book-cover type case that would more than double its bulk while it’s in use. (“Does this case make my Kindle look fat?”) And neither did I want to pay $40 or $100 (!!!??!?) for the Patagonia or Cole Haan sleeve case. So I went with the Belkin and I’m happy with it. The soft neoprene plus a layer of leather should give my Kindle all the protection it needs.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. Father of 3 says:

    Though it is exactly what it claims to be (though it really does smell like the other reviews claim), I’ve compared this to the more expensive patagonia and like the patagonia much better, even for the price. I thought I would use the Kindle naked, but the patagonia offers me the flexibility to use it both ways and after nearly dropping the kindle when someone bumped into me at the airport, i decided that the extra protection while I’m reading is worth the price.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  4. I was hoping my Kindle 2 would fit into the cover that came with my original Kindle (now being referred to everywhere as “the Kindle 1″), but the K2 is just a tad taller, so it’s an awkward fit. However, I did learn while using the K1 that I needed to remove it from the cover to use it comfortably. Because the K1 had a rubber backing, it sat on my raised knee when I crossed my legs without slipping (a good reading distance for me). The K2 has a shiny metalic backing and requires that you hold it securely if you don’t want to see your $359 investment go toboganning to the floor. This cover is little more than a padded envelope with a zipper closure across the top and one side and is adequate for protecting your Kindle when you place it inside your backpack or purse. What I like about it is that the rubber (?) padding on both sides makes it possible to use it as a support in your lap while reading. Slippage problem solved!
    Rating: 4 / 5

  5. R. Larsen says:

    I wanted a padded neoprene sleeve for my Kindle, and this one looked pretty sharp and was from a trusted company, and the price was right, so I ordered it. I didn’t want the Amazon cover because it attaches to the kindle, and I like holding and using my electronics without any bulky additional add-ons.

    I gotta say, it easily surpassed my expectations. The build quality is perfect. The design is excellent. Two zippers allow you to slide the Kindle out for use quickly and easily. The faux leather sort of reminds me of a journal cover, which is cool.

    The padding is excellent. They have even run a strip of neoprene on either side of the zipper on the inside so when you zip it shut, the Kindle itself is padded against the zipper closure, thus providing full coverage padding even if it’s dropped on edge.

    All in all, a nice Kindle case, although I have nothing to compare it against, but if you want a simple protective sleeve to carry your Kindle around in, you’ll be satisfied with this.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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