The heavy duty mobile device case-maker OtterBox has revealed an equally heavy duty option for the Amazon Kindle Fire called the Defender Series. The company is known for making strong and solid cases that help protect devices against shock or bumps and in the case of the Kindle Fire, OtterBox Industrial Engineer Cameron Magnus said, The Kindle Fire’s remarkably clean design gave us a blank canvas to work with.
Every layer of the Defender Series was designed to add to the aesthetic and ergonomic appeal of the Kindle Fire.” The case itself consists of three layers, a polycarbonate shell with memory foam to cradle the device on the inside, followed by a silicone skin that is attributed with absorbing shocks and protect ports from dust or dirt and finally the outer silicone layer which features angular texture pads that add grip to all four edges of the case.
The case from the Defender Series will also feature an integrated screen protector to keep the 7-inch display on the Kindle Fire scratch and smudge-free. The approximate weight that will be added to your Kindle Fire is 276.69g and the cash measures up at 7.8” x 5.08” x 0.82”. For now OtterBox is selling the case for $69.95 and this one qualifies for free shipping. If you are interested in a case that will well and truly keep your Kindle Fire safe, sound as well as dust free, click here to visit the OtterBox website.
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