- Product Dimensions: 17.7 x 12.5 x 1.5 cm ; 127 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 159 g
- ASIN: B005KDY756
- Item model number: 602956009467
- Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 27 Sept. 2011
Marware Atlas Kindle Cover, Beige (fits Kindle Paperwhite, Kindle and Kindle Touch)
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- Designed for Kindle Paperwhite, Kindle and Kindle Touch
- Folio case with corner straps to hold device in place
- Soft fabric exterior lined with microsuede for stylish protection against scratches and impact
- Built-in interior hand strap for improved grip and hold during usage
- Convenient elastic strap holds the lid open or closed
The Marware Atlas is a stylish, durable folio cover that protects your device on the go.
Innovative Hand Strap
Interior hand strap provides a comfortable grip for convenient one-handed use on-the-go.
A durable synthetic leather exterior and soft microsuede interior protect your device from everyday wear and tear.
Convenient Elastic Strap
For added convenience and protection, an elastic strap that secures the case open or closed is heat-fused to the back.
Enhanced Reading Experience
Four high-grade elastic straps secure the device safely inside the cover without distracting from the reading experience.
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Top Customer Reviews
It doesn't get in the way when you plug in to either charge or load books onto the Kindle, the elastic strap that can hold the cover together as you bend it is really useful and the Interior strap is great when your standing on a train (or the tube) and really easy to use with the Kindle buttons.
My only problem is the exterior look of the cover. It's Leather and some coated white fabric which is slightly disappointing and not that nice to feel sometimes. It would have been nice in the description if they actually told you that as I thought it was leather all the way just in 2 different colours. It's not.
Overall I give it 4 stars for how well you can use it but 3 stars on appearance. If your not too fused with the way the cover looks then I suggest to get it. If you are looking for something that looks good and is all leather then try one of the others.
My kindle Touch is well hold with four straps on corners and is very well protected. The inside material is very nice and so is outside. Hand strap is quite useful and comes in handy a lot. Access to bottom ports and keys is very convinient.
Some people complained about the smell. Well, I could smell something for a couple of days but nothing more. I can't really see a problem there...
To sum it up let me quote Sir Henry Royce - The quality is remembered long after the price is forgotten.
Now go and get it!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nice functionality: rubber strap to hold the kindle. It served me well for some time, but eventually I had to switch to something that doesn't get dirty so quickly while carried in... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Margaret
I am very pleased with this cover, as it protects my Kindle, and is also very light. I have recommended this product to other Kindle users.Published on 13 Dec. 2013 by Marilyn Carne
Fits perfectly, plus the fact that is has the hand flap inside makes it even easier to read one-handed.
Very neat and elegant!
I love the colours. It is well made, fits the Kindle perfectly,and is comfortable to handle. Well-priced for a well-finished item.Published on 16 Jun. 2013 by Amazon Customer
Fits the kindle and keeps it clean and protected. All controls available while in use with the cover on. recommended.Published on 10 May 2013 by terence cox
Its a nice cover, soft, tidy, holds the Kindle well without interfering with its use. The only downsides are it's a little chunkier than perhaps I'd have liked, and a little... Read morePublished on 7 May 2013 by Mr. J. Timms
Very attractive and useful . Made a very acceptable gift! Made the handling of the kindle easier and satisfied the still felt liking for the "feel" of reading a book!Published on 16 Mar. 2013 by J. E. LENG