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Wenger WA-6405-02 Legacy eReader Case

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BrandWenger
Item Weight100 g
Product Dimensions25 x 15 x 4.2 cm
Item model numberWA-6405-02
  
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ASINB004N7421Y
Best Sellers Rank 280,324 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight100 g
Date First Available9 Dec. 2010
  
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Wenger SwissGear Legacy eReader Case (Black)....


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By Mike VINE VOICE on 15 April 2011
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It is always a trade off with cases on whether they are too bulky and therefore cumbersome or whether they are too think and therefore don't offer protection. This is the perfect answer and in my opinion is just right. I keep my Amazon Kindle in this and it is an ideal size, the material on the outside is rugged (as is the zip which is very rugged!) and then the inside is smooth to protect the unit. It does what it says on the tin, it is a lot cheaper than branded versions and does an identical job. A product that I recommend strongly.
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Neat, compact, does exactly what is says 'on the tin'. Easily slips inside a handbag and doesn't take up much room as it's slim and not bulky. Wish I'd bought it from day one of having my kindle, as it has a few scratches on the screen from being in my handbag unprotected. If in any doubt take the plunge and buy it!
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By Mr. G. Bridgeman TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 24 Mar. 2011
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When I first got my Kindle I didn't buy a case as there were so many to choose from and I wasn't sure if I would be taking my Kindle out and about, or just using it at home. After a few weeks of having my Kindle, I wanted to take it out and about, but worried about it getting damaged in my bag, and even getting damaged at home so I brought a cheap case which I was happy with but it was nothing special and only really protected it from scratches.

When I saw the Wenger case it caught my eye due to the fact it's made by the same people who make swiss army knives, a well trusted brand. The design is also very elegant and has an executive look about it which I liked.

The case is well made and has a zip closure which makes it easy to get your eReader (or Kindle in my case) in and out with the added security that it won't just slip out of its case. The zip pull itself is very ergonomic and easy to use with the Swiss cross design at the end. Inside the case the lining is padded which protects your eReader and give the case shock resistance and due to this I would happily have my Kindle in my bag without worrying that it may get damaged.

There are many cases on the market and with the vast array available it makes it very daunting looking for a suitable case that will protect your eReader, look good and also be a reasonably priced. In my opinion this case is definitely worth the money, as after all your Kindle will last much longer than a book and if you want to carry on enjoying it, it's best to look after it!

I really love the quality of this product and will be looking for other cases by Wenger for my other gadgets!
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From the outside this 'glove' looks both smart and professional. The front is plain except for the 'swiss army knife' emblem as a high quality badge mounted towards the right hand side. The zip is concealed and seems of a very high quality. Inside the apparently neoprene sleeve is a rugged lining with 'dalek-like' spongy protrusions. This is the kindle case for the person who wants something that says they are a serious reader, and yet doesn't want to draw attention to their device. I would imagine you would have to work hard to damage the Kindle inside this sleeve, yet it is small enough to fit in many bags/overcoat pockets. I won't be ashamed to carry this around.
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The case is sized to fit the Kindle 3 Graphite, 6" Display as my white Kindle 2 (international edition) has its corners sticking out, and the screen exposed to the plastic zip. Unlike some neoprene covers, it has no stretch in it.

That being said, it does fit my girlfriend's Kindle 3 perfectly and looks very stylish.

It is extremely lightweight but well padded. Wenger WA-6405-02 Legacy E-Reader Case. The "bobbly" interior surface that has a soft cloth or possibly neoprene surface, which will almost certainly protect the screen from damage.

There is a lip around the interior edge which keeps its contents away from the zip.

Unfortunately, the case is very flexible, so is unlikely to protect a Kindle from being damaged by being bent. I would have preferred slightly more rigid sides to the case.

Despite my criticisms on sizing and flexibility, it is likely to protect an E-book reader from some day to day damage, adding hardly any weigh to the device, although roughly tripling the total thickness.
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