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CaseCrown Kindle Fire Neoprene Vinyl Screen Sleeve in Grey
If you like to use your Kindle Fire while on the move, but need to protect it while doing so, then consider this cost-efficient neoprene tablet sleeve with Vinyl viewing screen. Once your device is fitted inside and secured with the zippers, you can still engage with it while carrying this case comfortably in your hand.
- Interior lined with shock-absorbing foam
- Reinforced dual-zipper securing mechanism
- Vinyl viewing cover keeps screen protected/functional
- Bland and simple aesthetic
- Limited keypad/screen-touch sensitivity
Upholding their reputation to deliver quality for an affordable low price, CaseCrown now offers a line of zippered tablet cases for use with the Amazon Kindle Fire. Separating itself from the others, this particular model offers more function with a transparent Vinyl cover for accessing your device’s keyboard and screen while it remains securely fitted inside. Similar to the others, it is only ½ inch thick and made of a scratch-resistant neoprene material. But unlike the others, it has an interior layer of shock-absorbing foam for better protection in case of accidental drop.
- Premium Protection for Amazon Kindle Fire
- The interior is lined with shock absorbing foam for premium protection
- Vinyl viewing screen keeps your screen protected and functional
- Made from durable tear resistant neoprene
- Easy zipper securing system to keep your device safe
I didn't think it was easy to press the keyboard buttons or touch the screen through the Vinyl-cover, but I still applaud CaseCrown for their effort to deliver more function with this type of case-style.
With an additional inner layer of shock-absorbing foam, this particular model in the line of neoprene tablet sleeves offers the most protection for the Kindle Fire.
Although nicely stitched, the material feels very rubbery and cheap. As each device was removed, I didn't appreciate the sound of the screen brushing up against the hard interior fold.
Sure $20.95 is a great price. But just an average value when compared to better functioning CaseCrown Kindle Fire cases offered for a similar low-end cost
Its aesthetic design may not catch your eye, but if you have more practical concerns for protecting and using your Kindle Fire while on the move, then this low-cost zippered tablet case should certainly grab your attention.