The OCTO Travel Pouch For Kindle 2 – A Great Travel Case With a Few Minor Details

The OCTO travel case for Kindle 2 is designed for the frequent travel business professional in mind. Made of great Italian leather in a sleek design it can hold and organize all of your travel paperwork in one place. This cuts the needs for the hustle and shifting of things around to find what you need when you need it. Any busy traveler can appreciate being able to find what they need when they need it.

This travel case offers a design that is sleek and elegant using black Italian leather that is soft and supple with an outer stitching of green to create a statement that says, “I know what I am doing.”

The interior is lined with a soft microfiber material which perfectly protects the screen, so you do not have to worry about scratches. This will not help to ultimately protect your Kindle from the bumps and jars. For most people this is a very important aspect of a travel case and one of the things they are looking for in particular.

There is more than one section to the OCTO to help the traveler stay organized with other small gadgets such as your Kindle charger and small portable headphones. Frequently travelers can appreciate all the small pockets and storage slots that are available with this case. Included in this case is a place for driver’s license.

In Summary

The OCTO is a travel pouch for Kindle 2 designed for the frequent travel as a means of keeping all the things that they feel is necessary to have at hand.

The one area that is of concern is the lack of sufficient protection for the Kindle 2 from bumps and jars. The closure that is used is a snap closure and would not hold if any type of rough handling occurs. It is not made for people who want to protect their Kindle when traveling. These people would need to look further.

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