I don’t know about you but every few weeks I get an e-mail or text-message from folks who have accidentally damaged their Kindle in one form or another. Most these damages happen during travels. If you are someone who’s constantly on the go, and you want to take your Kindle with you all the time, you have two choices. You can carry it with you and risk losing/dropping it in airports. Or you can fit it inside your luggage. The second way may sound very safe, but if you are not protecting your device, you can end up with a broken screen or a complete brick, depending on how your luggage is handled.
Kroo Reversible Sleeve for Amazon Kindle is a a cool case for Kindle 1.0 and Kindle 2.0 that protects your device against all kinds of accidents. As you can see in the above picture, KRS covers your Kindle’s screen and protects it against any scratches and bumps. The blue and green neoprene is cute too. If you are worried about the health of your Kindle during your travels, you’ll find piece of mind with this Kindle case.
The down side here is you’ll have to take your Kindle out in order to use it. If you intend to put your Kindle in a bag, that wouldn’t be a problem. But, if you find yourself using your Kindle once every 10 minutes, that could be a hassle.
Overall, Kroo Reversible Sleeve for Kindle is a very cool protection case for your Kindle. It not only protects your device against scratches and bumps, it can handle liquid accidents as well. If you intend to put your Kindle in your luggage, you can’t afford not to get this. But if you will be carrying and using your Kindle all the time, there are better choices out there.
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