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Topic # 74881 9-Jan-2011 15:32
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Hi everyone, I was looking for a cover for my Amazon Kindle DX and was about to get the official Amazon one with the cool patented hooking system when I realised that this might not be such a great idea because of the risk that the top hook could crack the case of the DX and screw it up (well documented, and Amazon have been good with exchanges but I'm (obviously) not the original purchaser of the DX.

Anyway M-Edge seemed to have the best non-hook/hinge cases and I had my heart settled on one until the shipping worked out to be more than the case itself.

Would anyone here be interested in getting anything from M-Edge? Their cases and accessories have been very well received by the eBook community.

I have a coupon for 20% off the total order basket on the store:

http://www.medgestore.com/

One of their hottest new products is this Kindle 3 case with a very nice mounting system that doesn't use potentially dangerous hooks:

http://www.medgestore.com/products/kindle3-latitudemolded.psp

Please let me know if you might be interested in an order. I can generally ship within NZ by courier for under $10 so if we get 2-4+ people together it might work out, especially with the 20% off.

Anyway please let me know if you might be interested :) I'm not sure how long my 20% is valid for (it doesn't say). 

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  Reply # 425456 9-Jan-2011 16:02
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Why not get one from Deal Extreme? Cheaper and free shipping.




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  Reply # 425462 9-Jan-2011 16:15
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I'm after something that's decent. These are highly regarded and I'm happy to pay.

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