Reviewed: Stylish and practical e-reader cases

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FitFolio for Nook Touch and Nook Touch with GlowLight

Price when rated: $30.00

Pros

  • Colorful
  • Easy to snap on

Cons

  • Cheap-looking
  • No access to MicroSD slot
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Attractive, book-like cover that fits multiple e-readers.

Price when rated: 39.99

Pros

  • Attractive
  • Inside pocket

Cons

  • No wake/sleep function
  • Somewhat thick
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This lightweight, thin cover for the Kindle Paperwhite features an automatic sleep/wake feature and a magnetic closure.

Price when rated: 39.99

Pros

  • Light and thin
  • Comes in several colors
  • Sleep/wake feature

Cons

  • Difficult to take off
  • Boring
  • Only fits Kindle Paperwhite
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This book-like cover for your Nook Touch only hooks onto one side of the e-reader—which leaves you wondering if it will suddenly pop out.

Price when rated: 14.97

Pros

  • Attractive
  • Looks like a book

Cons

  • Thick
  • Only hooks on one side
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A silicone sleeve will maintain the sleekness of your device, but it won’t protect your Nook Touch’s screen.

Price when rated: 9.95

Pros

  • Slim
  • Easy to put on

Cons

  • Very thin silicone
  • No screen protection
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Kobo’s official leather cover has an automatic sleep/wake feature and looks extremely slick and professional.

Price when rated: 49.99

Pros

  • Attractive
  • Professional-looking
  • Sleep/wake feature

Cons

  • Adds a little bulk
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Sony’s official Reader cover solves Sony’s biggest problem—lack of light—without adding too much extra bulk or weight.

Price when rated: 49.99

Pros

  • Lightweight
  • Has light

Cons

  • No access to MicroSD
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At a Glance

If you're looking for a customizable Reader case, Caseable’s cover is attractive and sturdy.

Price when rated: 44.90

Pros

  • Customizable case
  • Fits multiple e-readers

Cons

  • No access to MicroSD
  • A little expensive
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