The Best Kindle Paperwhite Cases for Every Situation – Review Geek

Whether you’re listening to us or picking it up for yourself, you’re using the best ebook reader on the market, the Kindle Paperwhite. Now, how about protecting it with a cool and useful case? We’ve rounded up the best.

We imagine that accidents happen. Of course, you intend to take care of your Kindle Paperwhite, but it’s easy to accidentally drop it, or just scratch it from rough handling. You don’t want that to happen, so these cases will go some way around that. On top of that, we appreciate that you want your e-book reader to look quite stylish, so we tried to choose cases that look good too. After all, just because you’re not reading a physical book doesn’t mean you’re determined to give up the character that book covers have after all.

With thousands of Kindle Paperwhite cases, here’s our targeted list of the best of the bunch.

Best All-Round: Omoto Kindle Paperwhite Case ($15)

If you only buy one Kindle Paperwhite case, make it Omoton Kindle Paperwhite case. It’s stylish, practical and a good price. It also adapts to all versions of Paperwhite, which might be useful if you’re using an older version and want to upgrade soon.

The case wraps around your Kindle Paperwhite, with a magnetic clasp ensuring the cover closes securely. Just open it and your device is awakened from its sleep. The case only weighs about 3 oz, which won’t add bulk or weight to your reading session.

The exterior is non-slip and waterproof PU leather, while the middle is a thin but strong layer of plexiglass, and the interior is scratch-resistant microfiber. Simply put, it protects you (and at a great price).

Best for Simple Style: Amazon Paperwhite Leather Case ($40)

Amazon’s Paperwhite Leather Case is by far the most stylish and professional looking case on the market. Just like the Omoton, it has a magnetic clasp that protects your Kindle, while waking it from sleep mode at relevant times.

Where the Amazon Paperwhite leather case stands out is its design. It is made from premium natural leather, which gives it a distinctly chic and expensive look, which somehow costs $40. As a gift idea or something to look like a business on the go, it’s hard to fault it. It also comes in 5 different colors including a very bright pink or orange, but we prefer the professional tones of Ink Blue. If you want a leather case that will weather and weather like a classic book cover, Amazon also has a premium leather model only available in brown that will cost you a little more at $60 but will age just fine.

Best for grip and durability: RANZ Rugged Case ($16)

If you tend to drop your Kindle or throw it, you need a sturdy case. The rugged RANZ case is quite durable and stands out in a sea of ​​dull “protective” cases.

It is only compatible with the 3rd generation version of the Kindle Paperwhite, due to its very tight and precise fit. A rubberized texture gives you a firm grip on the case without the risk of slipping, before revealing two layers of protection underneath. The former is a silicone rubber gel that wraps around the device, providing shock absorption, while the latter is a durable plastic that also has a built-in kickstand.

It’s chunky and doesn’t protect the screen, but mostly does a good job of saving you from a weird drop or bump. Oh and don’t worry about the crazy purple color seen here. We used this particular photo to show the contrast of the design materials – you can get it in blue, red and for the real “my case is a tire” look, black on black.

Most waterproof option: WALNEW waterproof case ($11)

The WALNEW Waterproof Case is an ugly but very effective way to protect your Kindle Paperwhite from water damage. It’s a durable PVC sleeve so you can see through it easily, but maybe don’t expect to win any awards for the style. Why no permanent hard shell in this section? Waterproof cases for everything, even a Kindle, tend to be bulky. Plus, most people don’t need their Kindle waterproof all the time, just when they want to read in the tub or by the pool. In light of that, this generic but very effective WALNEW waterproof bag is perfect: it’s not expensive, it works great, and it’s so easy to put your Kindle (case and all) in it for just as long as you want. keep it dry.

Three zip strips in the opening and a roll-and-pinch design help keep things bone dry inside. There is also a lanyard if you want to secure it for yourself, such as when sleeping on the beach or by the pool.

In the end, it’s just a fancy plastic bag, but a good one. It’s also a very small price to pay for protecting your beloved Kindle, and it’s compatible with several other devices such as iPads and other tablets, thanks to its loose fit.

Best case with stand: Moko Premium Vertical Flip Case ($21)

A few different stands here offer basic support, but none can quite compete with the Moko Premium Vertical Flip Case. For those times when you need your Kindle to rest upside down, this is a great solution. At all times, you’ll have a clear view of what you’re reading without risking the Kindle sliding down.

Along with the all-important support, the Moko Premium Vertical Flip Case offers an extra layer of protection and a PU leather interior for added scratch resistance. It looks cool too with a variety of different colors to choose from. It’s a little bulky compared to the skinny jeans profile of some of the other cases, but just think of it as added durability.

Cutest Gift Idea: Huasiru Paint Case ($16)

Not as concerned with things like waterproofing, super grippy backing, or genuine leather, but really want something super cute and perfect for a gift? The Huasiru paint case is ideal for this. Available in over two dozen different patterns and colors, there’s an eye-catching design for everyone.

Made from durable synthetic leather, there’s an element of protection here with a soft interior protecting things further, but really, it’s a case all about looks. As a fun change from the more utilitarian fare, it’s a great choice to make your Kindle more charming.


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