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Evecase Kindle Touch Purple Folio Wallet Crocodile Leather Cover Case with Built-in Light and Strap for Amazon Kindle Touch /Touch 3G 6 – InchWi-Fi Without Keyboard



Evecase Kindle Touch Purple Folio Wallet Crocodile Leather Cover Case with Built-in Light and Strap for Amazon Kindle Touch /Touch 3G 6 – InchWi-Fi Without Keyboard

  • Brand new Evecase® Stylish and sturdy Case. Durable,high quality smooth synthetic PU leather case.
  • Heavy duty stitching. With eye-protect LED light.
  • Distinctive LED light design makes your tablet complete and fashionable .
  • Custom made to fit your Kindle perfectly. Easy installation, just dress on your kindle without any tools.
  • Plug your charger, headset or cable without removing the case.

Compatible With Amazon Kindle Touch /Touch 3G 6″ Wi-Fi Without Keyboard (2011 Latest Generation) only.

List Price: $ 29.99

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Amazon Kindle Touch Lighted Leather Cover, Olive Green (does not fit Kindle Paperwhite)

  • Built-in LED reading light provides even lighting across Kindle’s entire screen
  • Light draws power from Kindle device. No batteries required
  • Premium leather exterior looks and feels great
  • Sleek, lightweight design protects Kindle without adding bulk
  • Cover folds back for easy one-handed reading

Amazon’s Kindle Touch Lighted Leather Cover Protect and Illuminate Your Kindle Touch Our sleek, form-fitted leather cover was designed to be the perfect companion for Kindle Touch. The premium leather exterior looks and feels great, while the soft microfiber interior protects your device from scuffs and scratches. No matter where you take your Kindle Touch, you’ll never be without illumination thanks to the integrated reading light. Our innovative design allows the built-in LED light to dr

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  2. readingagain says:
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    pink not purple, June 15, 2012
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    This review is from: Evecase Kindle Touch Purple Folio Wallet Crocodile Leather Cover Case with Built-in Light and Strap for Amazon Kindle Touch /Touch 3G 6 – InchWi-Fi Without Keyboard

    This is an OK case considering the price. I was looking for a case with a light built in. This case has a light that is attached on the back. The light gets in the way when not in use because you cannot fold the outside cover back making the case bulky to handle. The color is not really purple and looks a bit cheap, but then again it was compared to other ‘leather’ cases.
    As an update to my review my light has stopped working after just a few months. Not very happy about this at all.

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  3. mini "mini" says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Very good in general, but the light switch is weak, March 30, 2012
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    This review is from: Evecase Kindle Touch Purple Folio Wallet Crocodile Leather Cover Case with Built-in Light and Strap for Amazon Kindle Touch /Touch 3G 6 – InchWi-Fi Without Keyboard

    The cover is very solidly built and feels rather high quality. It looks exactly the same like the photos shown in Amazon, except the color is darker. My cover’s alligator pattern looks a bit different than the one in the photo, but is still nice, if not nicer.

    The reading light seems a bit brighter than shown in the photo. I would say the light is sufficient to read, though I hope it to be a bit stronger. For me, having a reading light is more important than having a book cover. At night, even with my bedside lamp light on, it is still too dark to read the touch screen in bed. So, I am glad this cover with light finally arrives.

    Kindle touch fits the cover, but after you put it in, the cover’s left side skin bumps up a bit. Not a big deal, though. The real drawback of this product is the flimsiness of the light switch. I am afraid it will break soon. For this reason, I give it 4 stars only. The product doesn’t come with any warranty. So I guess when it breaks, it breaks. But other than this, my light is very well secured in its place with screws.

    I spent tons of time deciding between this one and the black one by Poetic (http://www.amazon.com/Poetic-Lighted-Kindle-Leather-HandStap/dp/B006JTUJ48/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1333172404&sr=8-2). They look to me identical except the color. Some of those who bought Poetic complained about its poor light assembly, so I took a chance to go with this one. I debated with myself: although they look identical, maybe they come from different China factories. And somehow I did feel this book cover look better quality than the Poetic one judging by photos. But after having this one in my hand, I now think black color will be less distracting. That is, black blend into kindle touch color more. The other advantage of Poetic is that it gives 2 year warranties, though I don’t know how useful it is. I now also think the elastic bands on the upper 2 corners type of cover may be less distracting than this photo-frame like cover,since kindle’s shell itself is more beautiful than the cover.

    All in all, this is a very good product with this price(I bought it at 9.99+shipping+tax=14). I am keeping it.

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  4. ldq says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    adorable case with horrible light, May 27, 2012
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    This review is from: Evecase Kindle Touch Purple Folio Wallet Crocodile Leather Cover Case with Built-in Light and Strap for Amazon Kindle Touch /Touch 3G 6 – InchWi-Fi Without Keyboard

    this case is beautiful, the color is exactly the same as picture, but it does’t fit kindle touch perfectly, and light is horrible, only works for 1 sec! I returned it. however the seller’s service is really good. thx a lot

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  5. S. M. Baker says:
    1,928 of 1,942 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    It’s much better than most reviews make it out to be, but not perfect, November 24, 2011
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    S. M. Baker (Tucson, Az USA) –
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    First of all, this cover is not nearly as bad as some of the reviews make it out to be. It doesn’t feel like “cheap” plastic, nor does it feel like it’s going to immediately disintegrate into a pile of rubbish. So let’s start having a look at it in detail:

    1) The back. Mine is very thin leather, formed around what appears to be a rubber-like shell. In my opinion, the leather on the back looks pretty good. It’s tightly form-fitting, and form-fitted and bonded to the shell, so I can see where some casual users might mistake it for plastic. It is in my opinion, most definitely leather. Is it “quality” leather? Well, I suppose so, but it’d also have to be extremely thin quality leather.

    2) The shell. The next layer would be what I call the form-fitting shell. It comprises the structure that makes up the back half of the cover. The kindle touch fits very tightly into this shell. It’s certainly not going to fall out of there. In fact, it might not be all that easy to remove the kindle, it’s so tightly snapped in. The shell tends to increase the bulk of the kindle a bit, which I actually like. It feels like it’ll give me some shock/drop protection. Contrary to some other reviewers, I don’t think it makes the kindle overly bulky. I think it gives a very thin device some much needed weight and substance.

    3) The light. It’s on a snap up arm on the top. There’s no adjustment to it, it’s either fully up or it’s fully down. It gives off plenty of light to read my kindle in the dark. The light is at a fixed angle. It’s slightly brighter at the top of the kindle than the bottom (it does after all, have to obey the laws of physics). The light is of course powered by the kindle’s battery. That’s your reason for buying this case and not some other case.

    4) The front cover. It’s made of the same thin leather as the back, with some hard material sandwiched inside, and then a felt-like inner layer. The front cover is extremely thin. It’s not flimsy as other reviewers have claimed; it’s actually quite stiff. However it’s thin enough that it feels like you could snap or crease it if mishandled.

    Pros:

    1) The cover looks good, fits good, and is compact. It’s just the right size, and it’s just the right weight. It feels like the cover is designed for the kindle. It doesn’t feel like a sloppy poorly fitting aftermarket case. Your kindle and the case become one.

    2) The light illuminates well, it lights up the whole surface of my kindle, making it easy to read.

    3) It offers adequate protection. The rubber shell will protect from drops and shocks. The front cover, provided it stays closed, will protect the screen.

    Cons:

    1) The light distracts me while I’m reading, particularly if I read while laying on my back in bed. I wish it had more of a glare shield. I might try fabricating something from a piece of black electrical tape, just to see what happens.

    2) The light feels fragile. It articulates up and down, but does not articulate front to back. If you ever whacked it a good one front to back, you’d probably bust it off, at which point you’d have a non-lighted kindle cover.

    3) The front cover has no means to stay closed. I wish it had magnets to give it a little extra staying power. My K2 cover had nothing to keep it closed either, so I don’t feel slighted, but you’d think on the 4th generation someone would be able to figure out a way to stick some magnets in there.

    4) The front cover is both stiff and thin. It feels like if I mishandled it that I could easily damage it. For example, tossing it into a briefcase or a bag and letting the cover get caught in just the wrong way could leave me with a big ugly crease. This wouldn’t be so much a problem if there would have been something to keep it closed.

    In short, I’m both impressed and disappointed in the quality. Impressed because it turned out to be much better than the reviews led me to believe. Disappointed because it’s a very pricey case and I’d like the light and the front cover to be a little more hefty in design. I also really wish the light had a better glare shield. I deducted one star due to the perceived lack of durability and one star due to the lack of value for such a high price.

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  6. J. Kiser "J. Kiser" says:
    234 of 239 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Much Better than Expected!, November 22, 2011
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    J. Kiser “J. Kiser” (Dallas, TX) –
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    Kindle Touch Lighted Leather Cover, Saddle TanGiven previous reviews, I wasn’t sure I was going to be happy with this product – but I couldn’t be more pleased! The case arrived today. The fit is … perfect. The unit is snug – without the distraction of elastic or exterior “holders”. The light works brilliantly! It is comfortably bright, and covers the whole page. Better yet, it is always there and recharges with the Kindle. The leather is very smooth, over a rubberized/plastic gray case that matches the color of the Kindle. The stitching is FLAWLESS. The cover sits flush to the unit and is lined with a dark grey felt that also matches the color of the Kindle. It is so lightweight, I was amazed (probably because my K2 + case is considerably heavier!)

    What this case is not, is a beautifully padded, high end, pebbled leather cover – although it does appear to be good quality smooth leather. Nor does it have a tab to keep the case closed (although I never secured the tab on my last cover, so that obviously is not a priority for me!) Further, given the snug fit, I don’t doubt that getting the Kindle OUT of the case would be very difficult. If you like to change covers, and need to secure the cover as closed, you will not likely be happy with this product. However, for me, this cover meets my needs better than any other I’ve found so far.

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  7. Scott says:
    77 of 79 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Not as nice as the Kindle Keyboard cover, but the best option for those who need a light, November 23, 2011
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    Scott
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    I do most of my reading at night, and since the Kindle Touch is not back lit, a lighted cover is a must. Having owned Amazon’s Kindle Lighted Leather Cover, Black (Fits Kindle Keyboard) with my previous Kindle, I knew exactly what I wanted in a cover and while the new cover has some advantages, Amazon really missed the boat as far as design:

    FORM FACTOR – The back of the case is made of molded plastic that fits perfectly to the Kindle Touch. You slide it in and it clips in place. Terminals on the back of the Touch connect to terminals on the case to provide a connection for the light (the light draws power from the Touch itself). The Kindle Keyboard cover had a mildly annoying elastic strap to keep the cover closed. The Touch cover omits the strap completely, and there is nothing holding the cover closed but gravity. This isn’t too much of an issue for me because I can’t really see too many instances where the cover will fly open, I just find it strange the developers didn’t address this. The Kindle Touch actually has a thin piece of metal underneath 90% of the bezel. If you hold a magnet up to it it will attract. It would not have been difficult at all for Amazon to insert a small magnet into the cover so it at least draws it closed and prevents it from flying open. But again, I can’t really see myself having an issue with the cover coming open a lot. The Kindle Keyboard cover did have an issue with people accidentally opening it the wrong way, breaking the terminals off in the hinge. I actually ordered a clip for my cover to prevent that from happening. This isn’t an issue with the current design. My biggest gripe about the form factor is that it is too snug of a fit. It bis very difficult to remove the Kindle Touch from the cover once it is in. There is no depression for you to put your finger under it and separate the two. You have to hold the cover with two hands and pry/peel it off the device. I have found the easiest way is to support it on my knee or a desk and put pressure against it until it comes off. If you are someone who frequently takes the cover off your Kindle, I promise you that this will annoy you to no end. However, since the cover is so much more streamlined, I will likely leave it on all the time. With the Kindle Keyboard cover, I liked to remove it during the day so I could feel the lightweight of the Kindle in my hands. This cover is small enough that I think I can get the same effect with it on.

    LIGHT – The light sits flush inside the top of the case. Terminals on the back of the Touch connect to terminals on the case to provide a connection for the light (the light draws power from the Touch itself). I do not know what the actually draw on the battery is, but it is fairly negligible compared to normal Kindle use. Even using the light all the time, you should still get at least a month of regular use. The light slides out easily when ready for use. It does feel really flimsy though and I would be careful with it while open, as it seems like it could snap right off if you accidentally sit on it or something. There is only one LED bulb as opposed to the previous cover’s three. It is fairly bright but it will not provide even light cover across the entire Kindle. The bottom 20% is a bit dark, but I find it is completely acceptable to read with and have no complaints there. I would say it is a slight improvement over the Kindle Keyboard light.

    DURABILITY – This is definitely a cheaper case than the previous one. Although it is made of leather, there isn’t much of it. The leather on the front of the case is a very thin piece, connected to a thin piece of felt which sits against the Kindle display when closed. It is 1mm thick compared to 4mm for the previous case. Although some may prefer this, since ideally, you don’t want a bulky cover, it seems to provide much less in the way of protection for the front of the cover. With the Kindle Keyboard cover, I =am reasonably confident that I could briefly sit on the Kindle with no damage to the unit. I would never bet on that with this cover. It provides protection to the Kindle from scratching only. Unfortunately, there is nothing to protect the cover from scratching. The Kindle Keyboard cover was textured, so if you did scratch the cover, it would be difficult to show up. This cover is completely smooth. I ran my keys across it and it instantly scratched. I don’t think it will likely draw too many scratches and I mention this mainly to comment on durability, but people may want to know this if they plan to keep it in their purse or a desk.

    Unfortunately, likely due to Amazon contracts with developers, it is unlikely you will see a better lighted alternative. If you do not need the light, I suggest getting a better cover…

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