The Kindle Paperwhite is one of the best e-readers on the market. It has a beautiful E-ink screen and works great for reading books at home and on the go. The device is not waterproof though. If you expose it to water, you are going to end up with a dead gadget in no time (unless you know how to repair water-damaged gadgets). You could always rely on a waterproof case to keep your Kindle Paperwhite safe. The folks at Waterfi have other ideas. They have Kindle units that are waterproof down to 210 feet.
These waterproof Kindle Paperwhites are not cheap at all. They cost you as low as $219.99. That is a $100 premium we are talking about here. The good news is you wouldn’t have to worry about getting a waterproof case when you own one of those waterproof units. Here is how it is done:
The Kindle Paperwhite is treated with Waterfi’s Patent Pending Dual Layer waterproofing process, so you can take your library places no books have gone before. Safe to depths of 210 feet underwater, you can now get lost in your favorite book while taking a dip in the jacuzzi, working up a sweat on the treadmill and lounging at the beach.
These waterproof Kindle PaperWhite devices are not cheap. But if you have had water accidents with your e-readers in the past, you may want to consider getting one of these.