Kindle Lighted Cover

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How Awesome Is That ? Kindle Cover With Light !

Kindle users would certainly commence the search for the proper leather cover to go with their electronic reading gadget right after purchasing 1, even when only for the sole reason of completing its appear.

An excellent cover is 1 that is far more than just protecting your Kindle against wear & tear. What about one that allows you to read without distracting your partner late into the evening? And which is just one of the many reasons why you should consider the all new Kindle cover with light.


This Kindle Lighted Leather Cover available at Amazon for $59.99 can offer supreme protection to your Kindle. Plus it has a very important feature attached to it – a ray of light. The LED light feature of the cover is its main selling point actually. The light is built-in into the cover. It can be retracted easily to provide the illumination needed when reading.

Just pull out the light to use it and slide it away invisibly proper after. The great thing is the light requires no batteries as it draws power from the Kindle device itself.


The Kindle Lighted Leather Cover is a stylish piece of leather craftsmanship. The product is made out of genuine leather exterior. Inside, a microfiber suede material is used to protect the Kindle. The cover is also especially contoured for comfort. The leather is not exactly luxury quality, but it is a heap better than those cheap faux leather covers you often see.

The item comes in different glorious colors with choice of seven brilliant colors (black, chocolate brown, burgundy red, hot pink, apple green, burnt orange and steel blue) all in a pebble grain leather design that allows you to put a little of your own personality.

Not only it perfectly fits the Kindle, it will protect the device even for those on the go. There are hinges and elastic straps that could keep the Kindle securely in place to the cover. The product is also designed with rounded edges so that it would fit in your hands perfectly, adding 1 far more point to this product’s already many assets.

Overall Impression

Unless you mind the price tag of $59.99, this Kindle Lighted Leather Cover may just be the perfect cover for your Kindle. 1 you can carry wherever you go and always have a reading light with you.

The 1 concern we have is about pulling the light in and out – we wonder if whatever wiring or conductor which is used to get the power from the hinges to the light will eventually break. But that is something we’ll find out down the road.

Summary ;

Unless you mind the price tag of $59.99, this Kindle Lighted Leather Cover may just be the perfect cover for your Kindle. One you can carry wherever you go and always have a reading light with you.

The 1 concern we have is about pulling the light in and out – we wonder if whatever wiring or conductor that’s used to get the power from the hinges to the light will eventually break. But that’s something we’ll find out down the road.

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