Not a fan of reading text? Don’t worry, with our easy star rating system, multiple pictures, and a video review of each Kindle Touch cover, you can be sure you are making a great choice. We have purchased all the most popular Kindle Touch covers, and a few that fly under the radar, but are worth looking at.
The links below will take you straight to the cover’s page, so you don’t have to wander around Amazon trying to find them. Also, we appreciate any shout-outs on Facebook, Twitter, your blog, or any other way you can get the word out about Skeptical Mind!
The Top 7 Kindle Touch Covers
In order as they are rated and featured in our video
1. Splash SAFARI Leather Case
2. Navitech Genuine Napa Leather Cover
3. Marware Atlas Kindle Touch Case
4. MoKo Cover for Kindle Touch
5. Acase Kindle Touch Leather Case
6. Amazon Kindle Touch Leather Cover
7. Amazon Kindle Touch Lighted Leather Cover
After a pretty good video review of each cover, have you decided? We listed the links of the above covers in the order as they were rated by us in the video. If you have already made a decision, use the links above to go directly to the cover’s page. If not, go below for a detailed review and video on each individual Kindle Touch cover.
Splash Safari Kindle Cover for the Kindle Touch
The Splash Safari Kindle Touch cover was rated the highest out of all the Kindle Touch covers for several reasons. It has a fairly nice leather cover, part of it being textured, and part of it being smooth. Also, it has a strap closure, so it is very secure. Also, the cover has spaces for the speakers. The Kindle Touch itself is velcroed in, and you won’t worry at all about the Kindle falling out. It closes very tightly so it doesn’t add a lot of “bulk” to the Kindle. The only slight ding is the bottom button on the Kindle Touch isn’t that easy to hit (watch video at 1:10 to see). The button is rarely used since this is for the Kindle TOUCH, so you will rarely use the button. Priced at $19, it is a great value, a well designed cover, and you will be more than happy with it. Check out the Splash Safari by clicking HERE
Navitech Leather Flip Open Book Style Case for the Amazon Kindle Touch
Priced at $10, this is the cheapest best Kindle Touch cover you can find. Our second favorite cover listed on this page, the leather may be fake, but is pretty good quality. The Kindle fits tightly in the Case, but there are no latches, and is held in by the tension of the cover(watch video). If the leather over months loses tension, it could be an issue, but we don’t foresee it being an issue for a very long time. It also has a pen/stylus holder along the spine of the cover, which makes this cover unique from the rest. There are little pockets to store small papers/ID’s/CC’s etc. if you only wanted to grab your Kindle and head to the park/coffee shop. Magnets keep the cover securely closed, and the cover is made for ease of access to the ports. At such a low cost for a pretty good cover, we had to give this high marks. Check out this cover by clicking HERE
Marware Atlas Kindle Touch Cover
The Marware Atlas Kindle Touch Case comes in at #3 among the Kindle Touch covers reviewed. The leather texture is nice, and the strap makes it convenient for several reasons. The strap both can be used to keep it open like a book, and keep it tightly closed. The elastic padded straps in each corner keeps the Kindle Touch in place. The durability of the straps comes into question, even though they are made well. The buttons are exposed, and it comes with a strap for your hand that allows you to hold it with less strain on your hand. At $25, we think this is a pretty good deal. Check out the Maware Atlas in all it’s 4 colors by clicking HERE
The MoKo Case for the Kindle Touch
The Kindle Touch Moko Cover Case (don’t ask) is 4th on the list of 7. It has a nice leather feel (hard to tell if real) and the only issue was that it had a small mark on the case when we received it, so we aren’t sure if that is common or just unique to our purchase. With almost 400/415 reviewers giving it 4/5 stars on Amazon, we would be willing to bet that this is not common. The Kindle fits snug with a little flap, but there isn’t any kind of velcro or latch to hold it in place, it simply uses the weight of the Kindle. The inside has a nice microfiber soft touch, and it uses magnets in the corners to keep it closed. At $13 the cover may not be the best, but it isn’t too bad either. Check it out by clicking HERE
Acase Kindle Touch Leather Case
The Acase Kindle Touch case ranked 5th out of our 7 covers. The front uses a magnet clasp to keep closed, and the leather has a “pebble” feel to it. It also uses the elastic straps in 4 corners, which are very tight, and the durability of the straps comes into question. The inside has a soft microfiber finish, and comes with a small pocket which can hold small papers, business cards, etc. Overall a decent cover, and the price at $11 is just about as low as these covers go. Check out all the colors by clicking HERE
Amazon Kindle Touch Leather Cover
Amazon Kindle Touch Leather Cover with Light
The reviews on this page took a very long time. No other website brings you such accurate, and as much as possible, unbiased reviews. The two most expensive covers are listed on the bottom, so clearly we are just sending you towards what we think are the best covers. We also have several different manufactures listed here, so there is no bias there either. Give us a shout-out on any kind of social media, we appreciate it!
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