Oberon Design Dragonfly Pond Amazon Kindle 3 Cover Case Review

December 1, 2010 at 4:32 am 3 comments


Reviewed by K.C. Kim
$69
http://www.oberondesign.com


When I buy a new gadget I definitely want the best case to protect it. And Oberon Design is one company who creates amazing custom cases. Unlike other companies that have warehouse full of machine made leather cases, Oberon Design makes their covers when you order. The handmade covers are made here in the U.S. by skilled craftspeople.


Oberon Design website allows you to pick and choose what design you want. I chose the blue Dragonfly Pond cover which looks amazing in person. The cover is made of leather which is thicker than your average case for better protection for your Kindle 3. The front of the cover closes secure with a band over a square pewter button with a Dragonfly design.




The interior has soft material so the case does not damage the Kindle 3. This is very important as in the past I bought an expensive case from a different manufacturer and the case ended up scratching the gadget. The Amazon Kindle is secured using leather and elastic loops that cover over the corners of the Kindle 3. Once secured the Kindle 3 stayed put no matter how much I shook it.


Oberon Design makes the best custom cases that are a bit expensive but worth every penny for the amount of detail, craftsmanship, and quality materials they used. Once you own an Oberon Design you get pretty addicted to buying only Oberon Design cases. I’m 100% positive you will love this case.

9.7 Out of 10

Buy it now HERE

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Sikimkalkti.com  |  December 17, 2010 at 12:08 pm

    very thanks good work.you are best…

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  • 2. Stuart Moore  |  February 15, 2011 at 12:37 pm

    I just taken delivery of a red dragon cover for my Kindle v3 and I love it. Costs were high as I am in the UK and had to pay shipping and customs charges on top of the already high price, but I have seen nothing else like it and decided to pay the price.

    (I’ve had two Kindle v3 fail on me so far in their short life – screen problems – which may well be down to not having protection previously.)

    I suspect the cover will very considerably outlast the life of the Kindle v3. Hope the next models are the same size, but I doubt it somehow (Amazon themselves will want to sell more covers).

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  • 3. bibliorex  |  May 13, 2011 at 4:52 am

    Thanks for the review! How do you like the cover now that you’ve had it a few months? Does folding the cover back when you read the Kindle damage the leather over time?

    Reply

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