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I have a paperwhite; I love itIt means I can read more easily for longer (I get pain in my hands)But I want a cover/stand thing so I can lie on my side and just turn the pages with it being supportedPreferably covered in nice cloth not leather (although suede would be OK)So where should I look for it? Any ideas? I don't even know how to describe the shape I want.....& when I google I get little bags to put it inI tried to make one & it was a disaster
Absolutely no idea sorry, but please show us a pic when you get one
Have a look here. Really lovely covers. The Kindle Fire cover converts into a stand but I've no idea about the paperwhite version.
I've got one of these and I absolutely love it. Doesn't look out of place anywhere (bed mostly) and holds the screen at just the right angle. Link is for a US website, to show you the colours. Amazon sell them for less than £20. I bought a couple even cheaper from a small independent shop locally.Highly recommended.
Now that does look good cake.
Yes I guess I want a Fire cover sized for a paperwhite; maybe I need to commission it
Cake, that looks great but I don't red at that angle
You should contact the company I linked. They are small and I'm sure would be interested in doing a cover you've described.
Good idea - I'll email & ask
When I bought my Kindle cover from Tesco recently they had quite a selection. Mine is purple, canvas type material but they also had a few which stood up.
I got a nice one from ebay. It's leather - I know you don't want that, but I seem to remember seeing suede ones, too. Might be worth a look. I got it last year for about £5, when all the amazon ones were over £40.
bisjo Thank you for your recommendation for the Lente covers. I ordered one after reading your post and it came yesterday and I love it and a real bargain at less than £20!
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