The New Yorker Kindle Jacketby Yan Susanto Search Engine Optimizer
The New Yorker line of Kindle jackets feature five of The New Yorker's most famous covers - Ana Juan, Bob Knox, Eric Drooker, George Booth and Joseph Farris Recommended Features
- Using a photo sublimation process, the art appears as printed fabric on the front cover, with a tan microfiber interior.
- Utilizes a 4-corner mounting system to hold the device securely in place.
- Jacket includes a soft brown flannel dust cover for your jacket to ensure it's kept clean and protected while not in use.
- Compatible with M-Edge's innovative e-Luminator booklight (sold separately)
Review on The New Yorker Kindle JacketThe New Yorker jacket designs allow the magazine's readers and art aficionados alike to express their passion for the publication and its legendary covers while still giving their Kindle exceptional protection and style.
The New Yorker jackets for Amazon Kindle utilize superior craftsmanship and meticulous design details to allow for safe Kindle storage and transport while maintaining a timeless and unique look.
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I am Len Edgerly, host of the weekly Kindle Chronicles podcast at TheKindleChronicles.com , and in this video I review three covers designed to protect Kindles at the beach and elsewhere this summer.
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