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Find out the latest on new Amazon tablet Covers at the Kindle covers and cases site…

Because the Kindle fire is so small it is no wonder that sleeves and folio or jacket style covers are proving just as popular as flip stand style cases. Since the device itself is relatively low in price, we felt it a shame to concentrate on overly expensive (if lovely) luxury cases and have instead brought you a round up of the best economical Kindle Fire Cases & Covers.


You can view the entire range here

Or read on to find out which we recommend…

1. Timbuk2 Kindle Fire Envelope Sleeve

Marware Kindle Fire SleeveFirst up for simplicity, coupled with good all around protection we suggest the Timbuk2 Envelope Sleeve for the Kindle 4.

Why? Well, we love it because:

  1. Textured material on the exterior means it doesn’t slide out of the hand easily. And, though the tablet might be reasonably priced, it is still not something you want to drop too often!
  2. Good range of colors – though admittedly some are a lot nicer than others!
  3. Reasonable price – at the time of writing its selling for a little under $25 which is at the lower end of the prices for cases available.
  4.  High density foam and strong seams ensure a light cover still offers pretty decent protection.
  5. Simple Velcro fastening means this is quick and easy to open and close.

For the really clumsy, something far more rigid and protective might be desirable. But for using the Kindle fire “naked” so to speak this nifty little envelope sleeve is just the job!

2. Marware Leather Kindle Fire Cover

Marware Kindle Fire CoverSecond choice goes to the Marware Leather Kindle Fire cover. This is for those that want more security, good leather and the ability to stand the tablet up for viewing movies.

The plus points include some nice colors, good quality, and a fantastic fit. Though this is protective it adds far less bulk to the tablet that similar cases, because of its attention to detail and form fitting design.

The main negatives are the rather hefty price (though much of the cheaper alternatives in this style leave far more to be desired regarding both quality and fit), and the leather tabs which fold over the front of the display. They don’t get in the way at all, since they sit on the tablet’s outer casing. It’s just that I’m fussy and like the entire face of the device to be kept clear!

3. Built Kindle Fire Sleeve

Built Kindle Fire SleeveThird up is the neoprene sleeve from Built.

This is my personal choice since I like my gadgets to have some protection, but not so much that they become bulky in my purse. The fit on Built sleeves is second to none. You can hold this thing upside-down and there is no problem (though its probably best not too!).

Of course some folks would say not having a secure closure mechanism is a risk. In theory bits of debris from your purse could get inside. To date though this hasn’t been a problem personally, and is perhaps a little incentive to keep my bag tidier than I usually would ;)

It’s simple, the colors are great, and the price is relatively low. Built always deliver in terms of fit and modern good lucks, and their sleeve for the Kindle Fire is no exception!
Back to our original article;

As well as a touch-screen Kindle 4 on the horizon, it now seems more likely than ever that we will also be seeing two Amazon tablet devices in the near future.

This means sleek new covers and cases like those currently being produced for Apple’s iPad, are likely to appear for buyers of any new tablet Kindle.  Great news for those, like me, that enjoy browsing for beautiful gadget accessories.

We expect to see some great high end luxury cases produced by the likes of Saddleback leather and Piel Frama.  But its the mid-range accessories that are most likely to excite.  Innovative new designs, such as the Vu-scape from Targus, would be a welcome addition to the Kindle case range.  But don’t expect to forget reliable makers such as Built and M-Edge.  You can bet your bottom dollar that all the big boys will be working hard to keep your custom!

Here, we’ll be looking at the first Amazon tablet cases and covers that appear on the market.  And, let me tell you, they had better be great if they want to stand the test of time, customer reviews, and our own pages!  So bookmark us and come back for the very best information on the first wave of Amazon tablet and Kindle 4 cases and covers, soon.


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July 4th, 2011 at 2:15 pm