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Old 10-26-2009, 08:58 AM   #10
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(sorry it's not in German, but I can't write it very well - you're welcome to reply in German)

I got the standard cover, until I figure out what I want. It's okay for use once in a while, but I would by far prefer a Noreve or M-Edge cover for everyday use:

A bit expensive, but really nice, and I like the rail system for attaching the cover to the Kindle:
http://www.noreve.com/brand/Amazon/p...Tradition.html

More about Noreve colours and textures:
http://www.casescoop.com/2009/06/24/...ure-breakdown/

I did the math, and an M-Edge Prodigy leather cover came to about the same as the Noreve when I included import tax and fees:
http://www.buymedge.com/products/kindle2-prodigy.psp

I've just ordered a silicone skin for use at home. I don't like the extra weight of a cover, but the skin will give it a safer grip and it won't easily slide when I put in down.
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Originally Posted by Lynhirr View Post
Meine Freundin fertigt mir aus weichem, braunen Frottee Stoff zwei Kindle Socken mit Verschluss.

Das reicht, um den Kindle sicher im Rucksack zu transportieren.
Are you not worried about pressure on the screen?
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