I really thought the Kindle Fire rage would die down after Christmas, but that tablet is still flying off the shelves! I wanted to show you another case option for the Kindle Fire, and this company is one of my favorites. Case-Mate makes protective and stylish cases for phones and tablets. They also have a huge line of accessories like speakers and headphones.
This is the Venture Case for the Kindle Fire. My teenage daughter owns the Kindle Fire in our home, and she loves this case!
The Venture case secures with a button closure, and protects the Kindle Fire from all sides.The outside is a sleek textured leather-inspired finish. The inside is super soft, and I love that it allows the Kindle to easily slide in and out of the case.
Once your Kindle Fire is inside, the case boasts a velcro side closure, keeping your case from sliding out. At CES I saw many tablet cases that were not a snug fit on the devices they were made for. I am happy to report the Venture case fits the Kindle Fire like a glove!
My favorite feature with the Venture case is the built-in stand. I didn’t think that would be a necessity with such a small tablet, but have found my family uses the stand more often than not. In fact, I caught my teenager using a calculator application with her home work, and she commented how nice it was to have her “calculator” standing up while she did her homework!
We have been using the Venture case several weeks now, and as a mom of four I can tell you it has already taken some beatings. It has done a fabulous job protecting our Kindle Fire. The quality of the case has not diminished at all as well.
The Case-Mate Venture case retails for $50. To learn more about or to purchase this case, you can visit Case-Mate here. Thanks Case-Mate for sending us the Ventre Case to review. I won’t be surprised if my teens friends will all be sporting the same case sometime soon!
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Natalie Wright is a contributing writer at Organized Mom and Tech4Moms. You can also find her DIY blog online at natalme.com.