Amazon Fire HD 8 Case (Previous Generation - 6th), Magenta
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Most helpful customer reviews
495 of 508 people found the following review helpful.
Case Saves The Day
I was stupid enough to place my tablet on the roof of my car. Lucky for me i placed it magnetic cover down on the roof. I drove from Vermont to Massachusetts and stoped for gas. There was my tablet with that magic magnetic cover, still sitting on the roof after 150 miles. I love my tablet case
329 of 338 people found the following review helpful.
I am loving this case!
First off, I use this with case folded back and haven't had any issues with the tablet turning off from it. From a previous review, it is a potential issue for some. I can only base my review on my experience, which has been excellent.
I've always gone with cheaper third party cases, but decided to try the Amazon case this time. I am glad that I did. It is made specifically for the hd8, in precisely the same color as the tablet. It is well made and easy to keep clean.
Many cases are bulky and this one is not. Its truly feels like an extension of the tablet. The magnetic cover holds it open with no flapping, and holds it closed securely. It folds easily for a stand both portrait and landscape modes, and is sturdy.
Is it overpriced? Probably. However, I have no doubt this case will last the life of the tablet. Its solidly made, heavy duty. I hesitated at the price, but glad that I decided to try it.
177 of 191 people found the following review helpful.
works perfect. you need to magnetize flap to the back ...
not really sure why people are having such an issue with this cover other than not properly using it. works perfect.
you need to magnetize flap to the back of case near the camera and then pull out the stand part. simple as that.