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Amazon Kindle Touch Lighted Leather Cover, Black (does not fit Kindle Paperwhite)

Amazon Kindle Touch Lighted Leather Cover, Black (does not fit Kindle Paperwhite)Description

Amazon Kindle Touch Lighted Leather Cover, Black (Does Not Fit Kindle Paperwhite)Amazon Kindle Touch Lighted Leather Cover, Black Color: Black Built-in LED reading light provides even lighting across Kindle’s entire screen Light draws power from Kindle device. No batteries required Premium leather exterior looks and feels great Sleek, lightweight design protects Kindle without adding bulk Cov
Amazon’s Kindle Touch Lighted Leather Cover Protect and Illuminate Your Kindle Touch Our sleek, form-fitted leather cover was designed to be the perfect companion for Kindle Touch. The premium leather exterior looks and feels great, while the soft microfiber interior protects your device from scuffs and scratches. No matter where you take your Kindle Touch, you’ll never be without illum


Features

  • Built-in LED reading light provides even lighting across Kindle’s entire screen
  • Light draws power from Kindle device. No batteries required
  • Premium leather exterior looks and feels great
  • Sleek, lightweight design protects Kindle without adding bulk
  • Cover folds back for easy one-handed reading

Details & Price

This product was manufactured by Amazon Digital Services, Inc.

Brand: Amazon
UPC: 814916012404
List Price: $59.99.
Used Price: $86.99 Only 2 left
5 Stars(Read Reviews)

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3 Responses to “Amazon Kindle Touch Lighted Leather Cover, Black (does not fit Kindle Paperwhite)”

  1. S. M. Baker says:

    First of all, this cover is not nearly as bad as some of the reviews make it out to be. It doesn’t feel like “cheap” plastic, nor does it feel like it’s going to immediately disintegrate into a pile of rubbish. So let’s start having a look at it in detail:

    1) The back. Mine is very thin leather, formed around what appears to be a rubber-like shell. In my opinion, the leather on the back looks pretty good. It’s tightly form-fitting, and form-fitted and bonded to the shell, so I can see where some casual users might mistake it for plastic. It is in my opinion, most definitely leather. Is it “quality” leather? Well, I suppose so, but it’d also have to be extremely thin quality leather.

    2) The shell. The next layer would be what I call the form-fitting shell. It comprises the structure that makes up the back half of the cover. The kindle touch fits very tightly into this shell. It’s certainly not going to fall out of there. In fact, it might not be all that easy to…

  2. J. Kiser "J. Kiser" says:

    Given previous reviews, I wasn’t sure I was going to be happy with this product – but I couldn’t be more pleased! The case arrived today. The fit is … perfect. The unit is snug – without the distraction of elastic or exterior “holders”. The light works brilliantly! It is comfortably bright, and covers the whole page. Better yet, it is always there and recharges with the Kindle. The leather is very smooth, over a rubberized/plastic gray case that matches the color of the Kindle. The stitching is FLAWLESS. The cover sits flush to the unit and is lined with a dark grey felt that also matches the color of the Kindle. It is so lightweight, I was amazed (probably because my K2 + case is considerably heavier!)

    What this case is not, is a beautifully padded, high end,…

  3. Scott says:

    I do most of my reading at night, and since the Kindle Touch is not back lit, a lighted cover is a must. Having owned Amazon’s with my previous Kindle, I knew exactly what I wanted in a cover and while the new cover has some advantages, Amazon really missed the boat as far as design:

    FORM FACTOR – The back of the case is made of molded plastic that fits perfectly to the Kindle Touch. You slide it in and it clips in place. Terminals on the back of the Touch connect to terminals on the case to provide a connection for the light (the light draws power from the Touch itself). The Kindle Keyboard cover had a mildly annoying elastic strap to keep the cover closed. The Touch cover omits the strap completely, and there is nothing holding the cover closed but…

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