I’ve never had the idea of using a case on my Amazon Kindle Voyage because the device is very small and lightweight, so I don’t want to ruin the design at all. However, I was quite impressed with the collection of Voyage cases from KleverCase because they could give the device a classic look of a real book. In this review, we are going to take a look at the Einstein’s Theory Of Relativity design.
Design and Protection
The KleverCase Voyage book case is a handmade product in the UK and it looks pretty amazing. Definitely it doesn’t feel like a leather bound book but it still looks like a real hard-cover book.
Unlike other cases which are using plastic or faux leather shell to cover the side and the back the Kindle, the KleverCase features a very strong adhesive pad to keep the device in place. You will just need to stick it into the pad and that’s it. This could be a nice idea for older generations but the new Kindle Voyage moved the Power button to the back, therefore, I couldn’t find any way to reach the button to wake up the Kindle Voyage. This is really a huge design issue and it makes the case impossible to use.
Even if you can somehow turn it on, this is still not a good case at all. It adds some weight and makes the whole device much bulkier. Even pressing the press-turn buttons becomes more difficult and holding the case is so uncomfortable.
In terms of protection, I believe the case can perform pretty well as long as the elastic strap is holding the back cover because the Kindle Voyage will totally stay inside the case then.
The KleverCase Kindle Voyage Book Case is available on GearZap for £24.99. Everything seems to be wrong about this case, therefore, we can’t recommend this product at the moment.
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