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Verso Prologue Case Cover for Kindle Fire, Tan (does not fit Kindle Fire HD)

Verso Prologue Circumstance Protect for Kindle Fire, Tan (does not fit Kindle Hearth Hd)

Verso Prologue Case Cover for Kindle Fire, Tan (does not fit Kindle Fire HD)

  • Licensed Made for Kindle Accessory (Kindle Hearth). The Prologue cover was especially created for Kindle Fire.
  • Lightweight and extremely sturdy development. No pointless bulk.
  • Microfiber interior lining protects your Kindle hearth display. Slender pocket for necessities.
  • Specially designed corner strap technique attributes extended-existence elastic straps with no-slip silicone. Strap duration, rigidity, and placement are personalized-engineered to hold on to the Kindle Hearth and not enable go. (If you are looking for a cover to get the Kindle Hearth in and out of usually, we recommend a sleeve.)

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  1. Janey Austen
    202 of 209 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Classy and trim, does the job, November 16, 2011
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    Janey Austen (Ann Arbor, MI United States) –
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    This review is from: Verso Prologue Case Cover for Kindle Fire, Tan (does not fit Kindle Fire HD) (Accessory)

    This evening I just received both the Kindle Fire and, in the same box, the Verso Prologue Cover (Tan)–and am really happy with both! As other reviewers have said, the cover looks beautiful, and it feels nice, like glove leather. I wanted a classy-looking, lightweight, trim cover and this fits the bill perfectly. It makes the Kindle look just like an antique book when it’s sitting on the table.

    The elastic IS a bit snug as other reviewers have said, but I think that’s a GOOD thing. For comparison, I have an older M-Edge cover for a Kindle 3 that has looser elastics to hold in the top corners, and while it’s ultraeasy to get the Kindle 3 in and out of the M-Edge cover, on the other hand I’ve occasionally found that the top outer corner elastic has essentially slipped off. So, I’m thinking a tighter elastic for the Kindle Fire is good: less sagging right at the get-go, and I don’t really want any “give” when I’m say holding the Kindle Fire while using the elliptical (anything to make that darned elliptical more interesting, right?)! At first just looking at the Kindle Fire vs. the cover elastics I didn’t think the Kindle Fire would fit, but I gave it a try and it actually did. There appears to be some anti-slip thin rubbery backing to the elastics, which given my occasional scares with the other cover, seems to be a good idea even though it makes it a little harder to adjust the position of the elastics.

    The Kindle really feels like it’s secure in there, yet there was enough room for me to run my index finger under the elastic to straighten it out a little after putting the Kindle in (this might be more difficult if you have bigger fingers). I did have to take the Kindle Fire out and put it back in again because I realized I’d put it in upside-down the first time, and it was easy enough. Also, I’m not planning to be taking it in and out of the cover very often.

    The elastic is black, which is good as it doesn’t detract from whatever I’m viewing on the screen. The two ends of each of the elastic bands appear to go into slits in the microfiber fabric in the back of the cover. I tugged on them and couldn’t tell how they were affixed to the back; anyway they seem to be pretty secure, will update the review if that changes.

    There is a single lengthwise pocket inside the front cover that is made of the same black microfiber material as the inside cover; it appears to add good utility without bulk. The texture of the material is pleasant and suede-like.

    As other reviewers have commented, initially the cover didn’t quite fold flat over the Kindle Fire–at the far edge (away from the spine) the front cover was about 4 mm above the Kindle. I don’t know that I would’ve noticed if other reviewers hadn’t pointed it out. However, after working some of the stiffness out of the spine (just for a minute or two), it is perfectly flat now. As I alluded above, after getting the Fire into the cover, I did go around to each elastic to make sure it wasn’t folded and make sure the tension in the elastics was relatively evenly distributed. I don’t know if maybe that may have resulted in a slightly different position of my Kindle inside this cover compared to the other reviewers who were having apparently more significant problems with the cover lying flat.

    All in all, very classy and trim, will work well for disguising the Kindle as a book, appears to hold the Kindle in there securely, and provides some lightweight protection in the unlikely event that I drop the Kindle onto the carpet while using it on the elliptical. It will NOT prop up the Kindle on a table to watch a movie, and I really didn’t want a cover with the necessary bulk to be able to do that. (If I actually had the time to sit in one place to watch anything, I’d just turn on the TV!)

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  2. Ye Older Person
    83 of 87 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great for my Kindle Fire, November 16, 2011
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    This review is from: Verso Prologue Case Cover for Kindle Fire, Tan (does not fit Kindle Fire HD) (Accessory)

    I got this cover a day before I got my Kindle Fire which I received this morning. I read the other reviews and got nervous. Well the cover looks like an old time classic leather bound book. I put my Kindle Fire in and it fits great. Evidently people expect it to be a perfect “snug” totally flat fit. Now I will use this primarily for reading, so the speakers are of a minor concern to me, so the strap covering the edge near the speakers are a non issue. I streamed Julia Child for fun as a test and used ear phones …. and even took the phones out and heard Julia just fine. I just set it on my nightstand face down and it does lie flat with the beautiful spine showing. I think this cover is totally classy and I love that it has no zippers, straps, snaps, buttons, velcro tabs or ties. It looks like a book and opens in the same simple way.

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  3. M. Gerrish
    117 of 133 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Kindle Fire?, November 15, 2011
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    M. Gerrish
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    This review is from: Verso Prologue Case Cover for Kindle Fire, Tan (does not fit Kindle Fire HD) (Accessory)

    For the Verso Prologue Cover in Red: It has the feel of soft, lush leather — although apparently it is not leather, but you could have fooled me. The problem I’m running into is, this is meant for the Kindle Fire? It just BARELY fits into the elastic straps at each corner. I forced it. I worry that the straps will loosen over time, but time will tell. And the cover doesn’t lay completely flat when the “book” is closed. Maybe like leather, some use will cause the spine to accommodate and relax. It’s a beautiful piece, though. I should return it, but I’m not going to, because it’s that beautiful.

    UPDATE: As others have pointed out, there is a backing to the elastic that really holds the Fire securely. That and the fact that it’s a tight squeeze to get the Fire in place to begin with, I’m confident that the equipment is very secure. The elastics on top do cover some of the speaker outlet, but I don’t notice a difference and when watching a movie or listening to music on a personal device, I use headphones anyway. Even alone.

    This isn’t the right cover if you plan to remove it often, however. For example, I removed the Kindle Keyboard from its case several times a week to put it into a dry sac for pool/bath times. That isn’t happening here.

    Although the elastics are properly flattened and not curled under in any way, the cover still doesn’t lay entirely flat. I think the manufacturer would do well to add 1/4″ to the spine. I don’t regret the three-star review, but I am glad I decided to keep it.

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