- Product Dimensions: 19.6 x 13.4 x 1.7 cm ; 168 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 222 g (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00DR0C0U8
- Item model number: 53-002150
- Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (202 customer reviews)
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- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 31 Dec. 2012
Amazon Kindle Fire HD Standing Leather Origami Case (3rd Generation - 2013 release), Red
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- Protects your device against bumps and scratches - will only fit Kindle Fire HD (3rd Generation - 2013 release)
- Innovative built-in Origami stand folds into landscape or portrait orientation for hands-free viewing
- Covers device fully and features a secure magnetic fastener
- Saves battery life with automatic wake and sleep
- Top-quality natural leather with matching microfibre interior to protect your screen and keep it clean
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Colour Name: Red
Amazon Kindle Origami Case
Slim, form-fitting cases designed by Amazon to fit your Kindle Fire HD 7" perfectly and provide complete protection, front and back. An integrated magnetic fastener will ensure your case stays shut whilst on the go.
Whether you are browsing the web at home or working whilst on the go, our integrated Origami case stands your device in either landscape or portrait orientation so you can enjoy your content hands-free. The magnetised Origami panels keep your Kindle Fire HD 7" securely upright for steady viewing.
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Top Customer Reviews
All in all 4 stars for a generally excellent product that has the one small flaw of being a little too heavy.
It will make a good present if someone who you might want to give it to already has a New Kindle Fire HD, but even if he/she hasn't got one yet, you could still give him/her the Kindle AND this cover? This cover is a kind of 'leather' but not the real leather. It's soft plastic 'leather-like' material which feels nice. It's also called 'origami case' because you can fold it in a variety of ways and directions, so it will serve well in different places you put it on, I imagine.
This Kindle model is no longer for just reading e-books, but for many more functions, such as internet browsing, photo albums, checking the London Underground updates etc, so you don't want to damage it accidentally, so I highly recommend all the Kindle Fire users to use a good (but light) covers like this one.
I tried this cover and found it a much better fit. The folding action to keep it upright is great also. Comes in a different range of colours. Make one of these your Kindle protector.
This model offers a sturdy tray for the Kindle to sit in designed such that one can operate the Kindle’s buttons through button caps worked in to the moulding; there is also an aperture for the charging lead. The cover contains magnets to enable it to form a stand 'origami style' in either orientation and it also enables the now quite common but useful auto wake/sleep on opening and closing the cover. The structure works well as a stand and also to protect the tablet when left around or thrown into a bag. The cover folds behind the tablet to enable hand held reading. So far, so good.
However, although the outer cover and back had a slight whiff of leather, they felt and looked as if they were made of sturdy plastic. It may be that the leather provides a harder wearing spine but if you bought the cover for a luxury leather experience you will be disappointed. The inner side of the cover has a flock moleskin style finish, quite pleasant and no doubt gentle against the screen but leave it folded back and I suspect it will quickly get dirty and discoloured if you leave it on other than a clean surface.
Then there is the weight. In itself it doesn’t weigh a ton but those few extra grams from the magnets do seem to push the total just very slightly past what is comfortable for extended hand held use.
Finally, the button covers felt flimsy as if they might fall out and the origami cover gave a sense that the cover might weaken over time.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I decided to go for practical instead of pretty this time and glad I did. Very good case. I love the way it closes and stays shut and life the 2 different ways you can fold the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by esther brown
Rubbish. I've had really good ones previously and this is a pale imitation. The cover doesn't lie flat and the magnetic clasp hardy works so it doesn't close and therefore... Read morePublished 1 month ago by JackieH
This is very good quality, unfortanly i had to return it, the write up for the kindle i bought did not say what generation it was, i ordered the wrong the generation case, it... Read morePublished 2 months ago by regan
Very Disappointed. This case did not fit as advertised. Should have listened to the reviews but gave benefit.Published 3 months ago by Katz Coventry