25 Hot Kindle Fire Cases, Covers, Skins and Sleeves

The Kindle Fire is bringing up the sales chart at Amazon, and is set to be a big holiday hit.

With any hit, you need accessories, and there are no shortage of Kindle Fire cases and covers to keep your Fire protected and stylish.

The Kindle Fire has a nice look and feel to it, so you king not feel the need for an always on case, especially for reading in bed, so you can also find some nice slip covers in the Kindle Fire case roundup.

Read: 7 Things to do When You Get Your Kindle Fire

Because the Kindle Fire has a glossy display, you may want to add on a pack of anti-glare screen protectors when you order a case.

Amazon Kindle Fire Zip Sleeve – $29.99

Kindle Fire protection in multiple colors.

Kindle Fire Sleeve

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If you want the official Amazon Kindle Fire case, this is it. You get a L-shaped zipper and your choice of 5 colors from the ostentatious Lime to subdued Grey. A nice choice for users who want to keep their Kindle Fire protected while in a larger bag.

Speck Kindle Fire BookWrap

Available exclusively at Target, this wrap protects in style.

Kindle Fire Speck CaseThis case comes in several colors and keeps your Fire safe from scratches. You can use the Fire inside the case, or slip it out for case-less use around the house. You can only purchase this case at Target stores. No pricing is available yet.

Marware Folio Kindle Fire Cover – $39.99

A Smart Cover for your Kindle Fire.

Marware Microshell Kindle Fire Cover

If you want an iPad-like Smart Cover for your Kindle Fire, the Microshell Folio from Marware gives you a very similar look. The lid is kept in place with an elastic band, and you also get a hard back to protect your Kindle Fire. The front protection folds up to give you a stand for watching Prime movies and Netflix.

Marware C.E.O. Hybrid Kindle Fire Cover – $44.99

Leather padded Fire cover with a stand and a handle.

Marware CEO Hybrid Kindle Fire Case

If you want a Kindle Fire cover with a leather finish and several useful features, check out the Marware C.E.O. Hybrid Kindle Fire Cover. You get a nice finish, soft interior, 2 stand angles and a hand strap that allows you to keep a good grip on the case while holding it.

Marware Axis Kindle Fire Cover – $39.99

Delivers 6 angles and the ability to tilt and rotate.

Marware Axis Kindle Fire Case

If you like flexibility, the Marware Axis Kindle Fire Cover may be the best choice in the bunch. You can tilt and rotate your Kindle Fire in the case, allowing you to stand it up in portrait mode for hands free reading. There is also a hand strap and elastic strap to keep the case closed when not in use.

 

Case-Mate Kindle Fire Tuxedo Case – $40

Leather-esque case with magnets to wake your Fire.

Case-Mate Kindle Fire Tuxedo Cover

The Case-Mate Tuxedo case comes in black and a nice looking caramel and includes the ability to wake your Kindle Fire from sleep when you open it. The case allows you to place the Fire at an incline while reading in landscape mode. The case uses tape to keep your Fire in place, so you may want to wait for reviews to roll in on this one.

Case-Mate Kindle Fire Venture Case – $50

Sharp red and black case for the Kindle Fire with built in stand for movies.

Case-Mate Venture Kindle Fire Case

Case-Mate’s Kindle Fire Venture case delivers a leather look, and allows you to prop up your device to watch movies or read in landscape mode. Your Fire is kept in place with velcro, and the case closes with a button snap.

Belkin Verve Folio for Kindle Fire – $39.99

Leather folio with multiple viewing angles.

Belkin Verve Folio for Kindle Fire

The Belkin Verve Folio for the Kindle Fire will be available soon, and offers a leather finish and the ability to angle your Fire in just the right so you can avoid the glossy reflection of the screen while reading or watching movies. When you are done, you can close it up for complete protection.

Belkin Verve Tab Folio – $29.99

Purple, Pink and Black covers for the Kindle Fire.

Belkin Verve Tab Folio for Kindle Fire

The Verve Tab Folio protects your Kindle Fire in an array fo colors and stays shut with a magnetic latch. There is a small inner pocket to keep some paper, or that bookmark you have sentimental feelings for.

Belkin Grip Sleeve for Kindle Fire – $25

Kindle Fire sleeve with fun patterns.

Belkin Grip Sleeve for Kindle Fire

The laser etched design on the side of the Belkin Grip Sleeve for Kindle Fire give you a better grip and add a bit of style to your basic Kindle Fire cover. Available in black, teal and pink.

M-Edge Incline Jacket for Kindle Fire – $39.99

Stylish case with 3 landscape angles and one portrait stand angle.

M-Edge Incline for Kindle Fire

M-Edge delivers another nice looking Kindle Fire case with the Incline case. You can choose from four colors and you are able to stand your Fire up at three landscape angles and in portrait moe for reading. The case secures with a magnetic closure.

M-Edge Slip Sleeve for Kindle Fire – $34.99

Thin and colorful sleeves for the Fire.

M-Edge Kindle Fire Slip Sleeve

Currently you can only get the Slip Sleeve for the Kindle Fire in black, but colorful options appear to be on the way. The minimal case looks nicer than many of the sleeves we have seen, and it is ScotchGuarded to keep dirt from damaging your cover.

M-Edge Hampton Jacket for Kindle Fire – $39.99

Book-like cover for your Kindle Fire

M-Edge Hapton Jacket for the Kindle Fire

The Hampton Kindle Fire case is a book style cover for the Fire, but you can choose a carbon fiber style finish that looks quite nice. There are other color options coming.

M-Edge Design Your Own Cover  for Kindle Fire

Put your own images and photos on the front of your Kindle Fire

MyEdge for the Kindle Fire

The MyEdge for Kindle Fire isn’t available yet, but if you want the cover of your favorite book, kids pictures or just a favorite scene on your Kindle Fire, you should circle back to M-Edge in the coming weeks.

Pad & Quill Fire Keeper – $59.99

Our favorite iPad book-case comes to the Fire.

Kindle Fire Pad and Quill

the Pad & Quill Fire Keeper case for the Kindle Fire is hand-made in the U.S. and finished with a leather book cover. You can choose from a collection of interior colors and add a pocket to keep a but of paper with you .

Incipio UnderGROUND Felt Sleeve for Kindle Fire – $19.99

Affordable and stylish looking case for the Fire.

Incipio underGround Kindle Fire Sleeve

The Incipio Kindle Fire UnderGROUND Felt sleeve is one of my favorites thanks to the subdued looks, felt finish and slip shape. It doesn’t hurt that you can get it for $20.

Timbuk 2 Kindle Fire Element Sleeve – $40

Read your Fire anywhere with the clear front and hand strap

Kindle Fire element case

The Timbuk2 Kindle Fire Element sleeve has a clear plastic front so you can read your books in the rain, or wherever your life takes you. There’s also a small external pocket if you need to carry a charging cable or headphones.

Timbuk 2 Kindle Fire Professor Jacket – $45

Typing or watching, this stand has you covered

Kindle Fire Case - Professor

The Professor Kindle Fire Case has a tri-fold design that supports viewing in landscape mode, or places your Kindle Fire at a typing angle if you need to answer a few emails. The color options offer a trio of complementary colors.

Timbuk 2 Kindle Fire Envelope Sleeve – $25

Simple, but great looking sleeve.

Kindle Fire Envelope Sleeve

The Timbuk2 Kindle Fire Envelope Sleeve isn’t going to win awards for originality, but you get an array of nice color options, the three panel look Timbuk2 is known for and quality protection for just $25.

Timbuk 2 Kindle Fire Cush Sleeve – $35

Memory Foam case for your Kindle Fire.

Kindle Fire Cush Sleeve

 

The Timbuk2 Cush Kindle Fire case is similar to the iPad Cush case, and as such offers a lot of protection in a nice slim design. At $35 this is a nice buy.

BUILT NY Kindle Fire Sleeve – $25

Colorful and lightweight, this sleeve will protect you on the road.

BUILT Kindle Fire Sleeve

BUILT NY has always offered nice sleeves, and the 7″ eReader neoprene sleeve should be a good fit for the Kindle Fire. These sleeves earn a spot thanks to the dots and city grid designs that are both eye catching.

RocketFish MY WAY Kindle Fire Case – $24.99

Interchangeable straps let you change the color to fit your mood.

Rocketfish MyWay Kindle Fire Case

Best Buy offers the RocketFish MY WAY Kindle Fire Case with interchangeable straps that keep it closed. Inside, you get a slot for a pen. You can use the case to set your Kindle Fire at three different angles.

DecalGirl Kindle Fire Skins – $20

Cool looking skins that protect the front and back of your Kindle Fire

DecalGirl Kindle Fire Skin

DecalGirl has been offering skins for devices for almost a decade, and the Kindle Fire skins bring the same broad range of images and illustrations. Top notch skins for just $19.99.

Waterfield Kindle Fire Smart Case – $59

Slim and trim, this case protects the Fire with minimal bulk.

Waterfield Kindle Fire Smart Case

Waterfield makes some amazing bags and iPad 2 cases, so it is good to see a favorite come to the Kindle Fire so quickly. Just slide the Fire into this padded sleeve and you’ll have protection. The microfiber liner will even wipe off many of your fingerprints when you take it out to read.

BodyGurdz Kindle Fire Armor Carbon Fiber Skin – $29.99

Carbon Fiber protection and an anti-glare screen guard.

Kindle Fiber Carbon Fiber Skin

BodyGuardz is another favorite skin maker, that offers nice protection and a great feel. The Kindle Fire Carbon Armor skin also comes with an Anti-glare screen protector, which believe me you will want. Available in black, white and red.

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Stay tuned for more Kindle Fire Cases, Covers and Screens.

Comments

  1. BrianB13 says

    Just dropped my Kindle Fire off at the UPS store as I decided to return it.  It just doesn’t measure up.  I found that I don’t care for 7″ tablets and want a 10″ kick ass tablet instead.  So I will probably get either the Lenovo Tegra 3 quad core table which will have ICS out of the box, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 or an iPad 2.   

  2. Urban Wrist says

    I actually pre-order a case from Joe V. Leather and got it way before the Fire came out, absolutely love it. Thinking of getting a Waterfield case too as a secondary case for my unit. Love to have different look and options for it. #keepitfresh

  3. Ken says

    What about a case for kids? I would prefer something made of rubber (to soften the blow if dropped) that comes in fun colors.

      • MomOf2 says

        The Gumdrop cases are GREAT for kids!  Mine have them on their tablets and trust me they have saved them several times!!!!  I’m waiting to see if they will come out in different colors for the Kindle Fire before I order!!!!  They only down side is they aren’t cheap but I feel they are worth it!  Cheaper than replacing electronics all the time!!!!

        • Angelamiller83 says

          and??? My three year old has one and my neighbor’s three year old does as well. It has helped my child who has a language impairment greatly! What a snobbish thing to say! These devices are great for kids and especially children who are classified as special education! 

  4. Jscox24 says

    I just received the gumdrop case which looks like a modified otterbox for the kindle fire.  I carry my kindle around in a flight bag and suitcase and need alot of protection.  This case is great for protecting the kindle fire.  I am very hard on phones and electronic equipment and this case works great!  It was easy to put on and it came within 5 days of ordering.  I would highly recommend this case for protecting the kindle fire.

  5. Ruby Gold says

    I have this wonderful case for my Amazon Kindle Fire,I love the design and it has a stand that has a 3 positioning display angle… I seen it online its BUY 1 GET 1 FREE..really affordable…and they give free shipping that’s why  I got it and I never regretted! Check out  http://kindlefire-case.com/

  6. Brad says

    I hands down give it to the Kindle Fire Leather Cover. I really like the variety that is offered now a days. As the popularity for Kindle’s go up the more covers seem to come out. But i really like the different features of the Marware version the stand the hand-strap and of course all the protection. Just given my opinion http://kindlefireleathercover.com.

    Cheers,
    Brad

  7. Annie says

    Does anyone know the best Anti-glare cover for the Kindle Fire so i can read outside or on the beach?

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