Kindle 3 Leather Case – Red

Kindle 3 Leather Case – Red

This CaseCrown Leather Case will securely hold and protect your Amazon Kindle 3 3G Wifi. The exterior is genuine leather with fine stitching. Easily open this case by removing the leather strap with a cross stitched hexed decorated magnetic clasp. This case will protect your Kindle from scratches, fingerprints, and dust. The interior straps will hold the Kindle securely in place so you can carry the case worry free, and you can also keep it in the case during usage. On the opposite flap, there are multiple compartments perfect to hold credit cards, business cards, money, etc. And there even is a driver’s license slot with a viewing window, making this the ultimate case when traveling. There are even additional slots to hold additional papers, pictures, etc. Use this case for ideal utility, practicality, and protection when using your Kindle 3!

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