For a unique take on the ubiquitous Kindle jacket, check out the M-Edge Latitude Kindle covers available here.
Jacket style covers are great, but sometimes they don’t quite offer up as much protection as we might like for the device inside. The Latitude cover from M-Edge combines a jacket form, with a much more protective carry case or sleeve.
When open the Latitude is similar in form to the Trip Kindle cover. Four corner straps keep the Kindle in place and provide access to all the controls.
When shut, things are very different and altogether more sporty. With its tough nylon exterior and double zipper this case is going to really protect the device. It’s not waterproof but you can see that even the odd spill should be repelled well enough. Because the zips keep the whole thing closed properly there is no danger of anything getting inside the cover and damaging the screen when your Kindle is riding in your bag.
The double zipper also means you can charge the ebook reader whilst still in its nearly completely closed case. And, if that wasn’t enough you can also use the zips to secure the case open as well as closed, which makes for comfortable one handed reading with no cover flapping around in the way.
Inside is soft fleece lining to help avoid scratches. Between the nylon outer and fleece lining is a strong core material to absorb shocks and bumps.
The M-Edge Latitude is definitely a practical Kindle cover. On the front is a large zip up pocket that will expand out to hold all sorts of stuff including the charger. At the back is a flatter profile pocket that will happily hold your M-Edge book light if you have one.
M-Edge are so confident that all their covers are such good quality that they offer a life-time warranty on the entire range. Customer reviews of the Latitude Kindle cover can be found via the links at the top of the page. The brand is still not one of the most well known in the UK. But on the US site over 300 reviews have already been written by customers, giving the case an average 4.5 out of 5 stars, impressive indeed!