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TrendyDigital WaterGuard Plus Waterproof Case with Padding for Kindle 3 (Third Generation Kindle, Kindle Wi-Fi, or Kindle 3G + Wi-Fi , 6" Display), Red

3.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

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  • Kindle, Kindle Wi-Fi, or Kindle 3G + Wi-Fi , 6" Display )
  • You can operate the keyboard and navigation button of your Kindle right through the case
  • The UV-stabilized material won't be broken down or discolored by sunlight
  • Detachable and adjustable straps for added flexibility, back padding for bump protection
  • WaterGuard protects against water, dust, dirt, sand and frost

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  • Boxed-product Weight: 23 g
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  • Item model number: TD040RED_K3
  • ASIN: B003YGL7UE
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 9 Feb. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 323,761 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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The WaterGuard PlusTM Waterproof Case guards against any wet environment that the third generation Kindle (Kindle Wi-Fi and Kindle 3G + Wi-Fi , introduced by on Amazon on Aug 27, 2010) might be exposed to. It is a perfect companion when you bring your Kindle for beach reading. It provides great protection when you get stuck in a rainstorm or accidentally drop you bag in a wet surface. When using the WaterGuard Plus case, the Kindle can be slipped directly into the WaterGuard plus pocket and the transparent surface provides easy interaction with the keyboard and navigation buttons.Details: * Designed specifically for Amazon third generation Kindle (Kindle Wi-Fi and Kindle 3G + Wi-Fi) * You can operate the keyboard and navigation button of your Kindle right through the case. * The UV-stabilized material won't be broken down or discolored by sunlight. * WaterGuard protects against water, dust, dirt, sand and frost * Wear around neck or shoulder with adjustable and detachable strap * The back has padding for bump protection * Ultra light weight - 3.8 ounces


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Kept my kindle safe during beach holiday. Only annoying bit is that you have to open it up to switch Kindle on/off (which increases risk to get sand in), turning pages/other functions work through thick plastic.
Otherwise really well manufactured and kept my kindle safe during beach holiday / even when kindle got dumped in sand by my kids....
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I bought two of these so my partner and I could happily use our new Kindles whilst on a beach holiday. Very satisfied - they provide good protection for the Kindle from sand and dust without in any way hampering reading. Easy to open and close to remove the Kindle for charging. As others have commented, the "wake" switch is a little fiddly, but it isn't a real problem.
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As I frequently take my kindle to the spa, a waterproof cover seemed to be an excellent idea. The case is certainly waterproof and prevents my kindle from getting wet but once it is installed in the cover it is virtually impossible to turn on or off. i have found this feature extremeLy irritating and therefore would not recommend this product to others.
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Amazon.com: 3.3 out of 5 stars 16 reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Just what I needed 4 Dec. 2012
By L. Elliott - Published on Amazon.com
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During the summer months and my vacation from teaching, I spend A LOT of time floating in my pool reading on my Kindle. I have been using double zip-lock bags, but they are cumbersome, either too small or WAY too big for the Kindle and become foggy. Well, this past summer I decided to bite the bullet and by a waterproof case. I am absolutely thrilled with it. It is heavy duty and fits my Kindle Keyboard nicely. The plastic is thick and at first I thought it would be hard to wake my Kindle when needed. Well, since it is exposed to the hot sun, the plastic becomes soft and pliable making it easy to wake my Kindle. I worried that it would stretch the plastic but it hasn't and I have used it TONS! I have ordered a Paperwhite and can't wait to see how well they work together. HIGHLY recommend this product!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars It works, but handling is somewhat inconvenient. 12 Nov. 2011
By Christian George - Published on Amazon.com
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The most important thing first: It works.

And by 'it works' I mean it allows you to read your kindle while floating on the pool and I can attest that it performs the function of saving the accidentally dropped device from drowning adequately (it will float) ;)

Packaging and 'handling' the kindle with it however is pretty clunky. Whenever the device turns off, you have to reopen the case, extract the kindle, slide the power button, and repackage it to be water proof. If your reading style is does not involve frequent page turning, this case is probably not for you.

Bottom line: Works as advertised but handling is clunky to annoying depending on how often your kindle goes into powersave while you use it.
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Does a great job at waterproofing Kindle(s) 7 Sept. 2010
By vcastro - Published on Amazon.com
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It does what it says- it makes my Kindle waterproof and protected from the elements. It's also very easy to close. Click click click and done; sturdier and more reliable than my trusty ziploc bag that I used to use for waterproofing.

My only complaint is this, and if there is a solution, I would love to hear it:

I have the K3 all nice, snug and tightly-waterproof in its red padded Waterguard. I put the Kindle aside for a few minutes and it goes to "sleep". When I return (or wake up?) -- I have to take it out of the safe, waterproof case with my wet (or sandy) hands to turn it back on. I do understand the procedure to keep it dry when opening it up, but it's a little time-consuming.... and putting openings for the power button would not be possible (and stay waterproof) so I'm not sure what the solution could be.
I tried pushing the Kindle up higher to push the power switch on but that is making a "thin" place in the clear plastic from my fingernail.

Any solution and I'll edit this to a FIVE star because it definitely keeps it waterproof.

Edited to add: great customer service! See the comment to my posting. I'm impressed with a company who cares about customer reviews! I'll 'up' the review to a 5 because of the customer service.
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Am I not cool? 20 Dec. 2010
By philyodaddy - Published on Amazon.com
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This was by far one of the best purchases of my life. Yes, it is just basically a super solid ziplock bag, but I don't care. I read my Kindle why sitting in a pool drinking margs in Cabo San Lucas and you didn't. My girlfriend also could not stop making fun of me. I have no idea why the decided that this product needed a strap to wrap around your neck. What is the possible point of that? Looking like a bigger geek? It is bad enough that I have to remember to pack 24 different chargers every time I go on vacation for my Kindle, Laptop, Phone, DS, Ipod, etc. but now I am wearing a plastic Kindle protector around my neck? That is just a little much.

I don't have any fancy video to add (although I certainly watched that review pre-purchase and then demonstrated the same thing to any friends who would watch). The one slightly annoying thing is it is hard to slide the power button when the case is on... oh well, I was reading my kindle in a pool! How cool is that?!?!?! Why wouldn't you want to be reading your books while in a pool, pools are awesome.
1.0 out of 5 stars Useless. 19 Jan. 2013
By Sebastian W. - Published on Amazon.com
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What's the point of having Waterproof case when you have to open and close it switch your kindle on and off and keep on doing it every time it goes to sleep???
On the other hand it makes a good case for keeping in your car keys and other items that you want to protect from sand and water.
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