Hand crafted in San Francisco, the DODOcase HARDcover is made to look like a book thanks to its folio style design. This gives Kindle users the best of both worlds: they have the device which stores thousands of books and the look of a hardback book with the DODOcase, making it one of the best Kindle Paperwhite covers around.
The DODOcase is available in a range of colours, keeping the Paperwhite as bright as the display of the e-reader and helping to add character. The Kindle is held in place simply and easily with an adhesive system, so that all the ports and features of the Kindle are still accessible, including the Kindle Paperwhite charger; therefore the e-reader is always protected even when it's being charged.
As the DODOcase is a folio design, the case helps the Kindle to read like a book as it's easy to hold in one hand with the front folio cover keeping the display of the Kindle protected when it isn't in use.
Another nice feature of the DODOcase is that an elastic strap is included to hold the case closed, protecting it further from any damage. This can then be used to hold the cover in place when it's folded back, which can even stand the Kindle up.
One of the best Kindle Paperwhite cases on the market, the DODOcase HARDcover is available now.
About Mobile Fun
Birmingham based MobileFun.co.uk is the UK's biggest online retailer of Mobile Accessories, Mobile Phones, Ringtones and Mobile Java Games.
Mobile Fun has offices in the UK, Germany, Spain and France and delivers products to over 50 countries worldwide
Mobile Fun won the title of Online Retailer of the Year at the Mobile News Awards 2012 for the second year running and was ranked 6th in the Experian Hitwise Top 10 websites of 2010.
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- MobileFun Ltd
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