Amazon.com: Customer reviews: Kids Case for Fire 7 Tablet (7th Generation, 2017 Release), LTROP EVA Super Protective Fire 7 Case for Kids, Anti-Slip Light Weight Shock-Proof 2017 New Fire 7 Tablet Case – Purple
I have to say purchasing this for my daughters kindle was so worth it! We were staying at a hotel and went to get something to eat she had it with her when we left when we got back to our hotel her kindle was nowhere to be found. We looked all over the room and our vehicle and couldn’t find it. I suggested we look in our old parking space thinking maybe she dropped it so we went back and there was a car parked in our spot and sure enough there was her kindle under the back passenger side tire. They actually drove over her kindle and the tire was sitting on top of her tablet we couldn’t see the screen because it was face down I thought for sure the tablet is toast I mean there is a 4,000 lb car sitting in top of it. When we got the tablet back we were shocked to find it wasn’t broken at all in fact it was perfectly fine. The case had tire indentations and black gunk on it from the parking lot the tempered glass screen protector was cracked but overall there was literally no damage done to the tablet itself. You can actualy still see part of the tire mark on the case I included a picture of that.
I bought this case for my mother, so that she can protect her new Kindle Fire from the constant stream of grandchildren that use her Kindle. I am very impressed with this case. It is very attractive and functional.
Although this case is bulkier than most Kindle Fire cases, the carrying handle, sturdy design, and ingenious propping ability more than make up for the added size. My mom's previous Kindle broke due to the rough nature of kids play so the extra protection provided by the bulk of this case should protect the new one a little better. The material has some give to it without being soft which provides cushion without sacrificing structure. The handle folds back to provide a platform to allow the Kindle to sit upright like a TV for viewing videos or playing games.
At first I was concerned about the color for my mom, but as it turns out she loves it because it stands out when misplaced in a room. It does not look so much like a kids case that she can't tote it around when she is grandkid free for the day.
All in all, this is a very well designed case that has a sturdy feel to it, and functions very well laying flat or standing up thanks to its innovative design. I am very happy that I bought this my mom, but not as happy as she is.
So my nine year old has broken two tablets in the last few years by dropping them, including a Kindle Fire. I put this on it's replacement and within 48 hrs he had dropped it, the difference being this time it didn't break. The material reminds me of what is used in yoga mats, it's soft, but not so soft it loses it's shape. The handle can be moved and used like a stand, something my son immediately took a liking to. The case ships with a plastic frame inside it, just pop that out and replace it with your Kindle Fire. the case has opening for all the ports, etc and so far is holding up great. It's cheap insurance for an expensive tablet.
I've made a similar post on a nearly identical case I've bought so this is just a paste and copy job (my nephew wanted it in red and the other buyer I bought it from only had blue which is the color my son wanted)
These are the best kids cases. My son and nephews aged 2-5 all have these. None of their tablets have so much as a crack on them. My son had his first tablet in one of these for 2 years before the charging port died and the screen was still in one piece (I didn't even use a screen protector).
These are also great for little kids as you can wash the case in soap and water when their little sticky fingers or clumsy selves get stuff/spill on it.
My son often used the handle as a stand to set up his favorite show to watch while playing legos.
Love the fact that this has a bigger border and protective covering than the childrens version you can buy already installed on the Amazon Fire tablet. The handle can be used to prop up so you don't have to hold, yet the handle makes it easier for little ones to carry and it makes it nice to have something to hold on to while they are watching movies. I actually like the handle as well. I didn't think it would matter but we all like this feature. I bought the childrens version for grand babies then I bought myself a tablet and added this case since the grand babies are sure to use it. I knew it would need protected since they would be using. Whats strange is actually they want to use my tablet more than theirs so it has to be the case. I've added the same games/apps to theirs and mine and the case is the only difference. They've dropped both (mine and theirs) and both cases have protected tablets perfectly but it just seems like there is more protective material on this style probably since it is thicker especially around handle area.
Ordered the LTROP Portable Shock Proof Fire 7 Tablet Case for Kids (7th Generation, 2017 Release) for my grandchildren's Kindles. They arrived quickly, went on the Kindles easily, are available in the kids favorite colors, are a perfect fit, & I highly recommend them!
Another granddaughter has had this same case on her tablet for 3 years now. Case & tablet still in perfect shape, even after multiple drops through the years.
And because I always read reviews when I am researching to make a purchase...Make sure the shockproof case is not cold when installing it, don't force it into the case, put one side in and then just walk your fingers around the edges to ease the Kindle into the case...you should have no problems with the case ripping while putting it on. Also, make you you have the correct size when you order a case as they do come in many sizes.
I bought this for a homeschooling kindergartener. It has been dropped, perched, leaned and whatever else position you can think of. It’s holding up! Fits in the charging organizer I have better if I put it in handle first. Leans a little forward if I do it screen in holder. Older kids have asked to have one. I highly recommend. Will up date if anything changes.
We have a one and four year old and needed something for travel. This case is extremely lightweight, which was amazing because it traveled in a child’s carryon. It gives great drop protection. The only thing we do not like is the vertical recline is almost a 90° angle and makes it hard at times to stand straight up. Also, the case is foamlike so any puncture leaves an impression. (We all know children put things in their mouth and they could easily break pieces off the case without supervision)
Cool product! Totally worth the small investment. It is just as efficient as a stand, as it is a protector of the tablets for our wild Littles who have a tendency to drag these things almost anywhere. They have been dropped, drop-kicked, and thrown yet the tablets aren’t phased. We originally had the Amazon covers that came with a bundle we purchased a couple years ago so I knew the material was sound... the ability to hold the tablet and utilize the stand for hands-free are serious upgrades for us. ;) I ended up buying a second one in green for another device and when I actually allow screen time, these cases get a fair workout. I would totally recommend these bad boys!!
I purchased this for my two-year-old to use with her new Kindle. She carries it around everywhere, drops it, and lets it lay on the floor and the Kindle still has no cracks or scratches. The carrying handle makes it easy to take on the go. She enjoys being able to stand her kindle up to watch it without having to hold it up all the time. The only thing I did not realize when purchase this product is there is nothing covering the screen, but a screen protector is relatively cheap to protect it from things such as crayon markers.