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Kobo Cases and Covers for 2015

Updated on January 1, 2015

Choosing The Best Kobo Case

Are you looking for a Kobo Case for your Kobo eReader or Kobo Touch Edition? Then you have come to the right place!

Just like other eReaders the Kobo eBook Reader and the Kobo Touch Edition are designed to be both compact and portable.

However, they will still benefit from the added protection offered by one of the lovely Kobo Cases that various manufacturers have produced.

The Kobo is a lightweight device, which makes it comfortable to hold when you are reading.

The Kobo Touch Edition is available in a number of different colors to suit your personality and has a quilted back! It's s stylish device which will be enhanced by choosing just the right Kobo Case for you!

The Kobo eReader and Cases

If you've joined the rapidly growing trend of eReaders, then you may be familiar with the very popular Kobo eReader. A Kobo eReader is an electronic ink screen used to read book applications on.

They are a great alternative to the more high priced eReaders available on the market. Kobo Inc. is a Toronto based company that was founded in 2009. Since then, they've developed numerous products that include Kobo eReader, Kobo Wireless, and Kobo Vox, as well as developed many numerous applications for different types of electronics.

If you own any of the Kobo devices, then you most likely will also need to buy one of the many Kobo Cases.

Kobo cases are an absolute must if you own a Kobo eReader of any kind. Even though Kobo eReaders are built tough and can take a few punches, a case will help preserve its form as well as its functions.

There are so many benefits to having a case for your Kobo that in essence you may actually be spending more if you didn't buy one.

You already buy protectors for you iPhones, mp3 players, laptops and other electronic devices; so why should your Kobo deserve any lesser?

Kobo Touch Edition - A Real Competitor To Other eReaders

The Kobo eReader is a great competitor for the other eBook Readers available. With the release of the Kobo Touch Edition the manufacturers brought in an excellent upgrade to its line of eReaders.

The device has a number of features which enables it to compete with other devices such as the Kindle Touch and Nook Touch, and the design certainly stands out.

Whilst Kobo does not offer as many ebooks in their store, the eReader allows you to read content from various other sources.

The Kobo Touch Edition is available at a good price and is a good solid eReader.

Types of Kobo Case

Affordable eReader and Affordable Cases

These cases are just as affordable as any and they come in three main colors; red, pink, and black. When it comes to style, there are two main types of Kobo cases that you can choose from.

There's the book style case that opens like a journal or book with the Kobo on the right. On the left side of the cover, you will usually see little slots and pockets for things like business cards or paper.

They feature a magnetic closure system for security. Another type of Kobo case would be the slip on case.

This is a more basic style and features a zipper closure. Of the two, book style cases tend to be the more costly. Though, Kobo Cases in general are very affordable.

Buying Kobo Cases

When it comes to their cases, Kobo only uses high quality 100% genuine leather. They're made with careful workmanship and meticulous attention to stitching detail. Kobo Cases are very attractive and can add a level of sophistication to your Kobo eReader.

If you're going to read, then you might as well do it in style.

In addition to making your eReader more chic, a Kobo case can also protect it from the daily occurrences of scratches, nicks, bumps and drops. You can help minimize the risk of interior as well as exterior damage to your Kobo if you keep it in a case.

Kobo cases are especially practical if you often take your eReader outside of your home. Not only will it protect your eReader from possible damages, but a case can also keep it hidden from possible coveting eyes.

Everyone knows what an eReader is and can easily access its value just from a single glance. If placed in a Kobo Case, possible thieves would more likely disregard them as planners or something of less value.

There are more benefits to getting a Kobo case for your eReader than there are none. So do yourself and your Kobo a favor and get one today. Your Kobo eReader honestly feels naked without one!

Which Is Your Favorite Kobo Case?

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    • M Schaut profile image

      Margaret Schaut 

      6 years ago from Detroit

      I've never even heard of a Kobo until I read this! Leave it to you to discover new niches.

    • traveller27 profile image


      6 years ago

      Nice...I like the red leather.

    • blessedmomto7 profile image


      7 years ago

      Looks good, now all I need is an ereader! (I am saving for one!)

    • ApplianceRepairsB profile image


      7 years ago

      very nice cases

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      7 years ago

      Thanks Paul. Hadn't ever read anything about the Kobo reader before. Good to see you're providing this info.


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