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April 2010
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M-Edge Latitude Kindle Jacket

The Kindle is difficult to carry around without worrying about whether it will be scratched or dropped.  There are a lot of covers available to choose from so choosing one can be overwhelming.  The M-Edge Latitude Kindle Jacket for the Kindle 2 is a great choice.  It fits the latest generation Kindle perfectly.  It is a little pricey at $34.99, but this jacket’s sturdiness and durability will allow it to last for a long time.

The jacket has a zipped up pocket in the front where the user can store the Kindle charger and accessories, and then another pocket in the back for more accessories if needed.  I often flip the front flap behind the back so I can hold my Kindle easier.  It gives the impression that I am holding a real book, instead of a fragile electronic device.  This way, I don’t have to worry about losing my grip on my Kindle.  There are four small mounts in the jacket that keep the Kindle in place and they work very well.

When traveling, the jacket has a hidden double zipper to allow easy access for charging.  The M-Edge Latitude Jacket comes in a variety of colors.  The bright orange and green ones are easy to keep up with, whereas the darker colors, such as black and navy, are for those who would prefer colors that blend in with their other accessories.  So, this Kindle jacket has something available to everyone.  The reviews of this product are overwhelmingly positive, so it is a win-win purchase for all.

2 comments to M-Edge Latitude Kindle Jacket

  • I REALLY like Oberon Design’s Kindle covers. I bought one 6 months ago and have loved every minute of it. They are a little pricey, but if you consider the durability and design it’s well worth it.


  • Jon H

    I use a bubble-wrap envelope with the top sliced off for easy access. For my Kindle 2, the bubble wrap envelope is folded over along one vertical edge to fit better. I then slipped the bubble wrap envelope into a cardboard mailer, and staped them together to keep the bubble wrap from coming out.

    For my DX, I just use a bubble wrap envelope.

    The envelopes stay in my backpack, so I don’t care what they look like.

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