Amazon's Kindle 2 Leather Cover is the most popular cover for the Kindle 2. It costs $29.99.
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If you want to save a few bucks, Belkin offers a Neoprene Sleeve Case for Amazon Kindle 2 ($24.99).
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The Patagonia Book Case for Kindle 2 is similar to Belkin's sleeve, but costs more at $39.99.
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The $14.99 Mighty Bright XtraFlex2 Clip-On Light illuminates your Kindle 2 screen in dimly lit environments.
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There are hair weaves and there are Kindle cover weaves. Cole Haan's is called Hand-Woven and it goes for a whopping $119.99.
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This Black Pebble-Grain Cole Haan cover goes for $99.99.
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Cole Haan's Saddle-Tan cover lists for $99.99.
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If you lose your power adapter or just want an extra one, Amazon sells the Kindle 2 Replacement Power Adapter for $19.99.
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At $19.95 a pop, GelaSkins offers several stick-on skins in different designs for the Kindle 2. They protect against scratches, but not drops.
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This GelaSkin is called Bookshelf.
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M-Edge has a couple of Kindle 2 covers--the Platform Jacket and Prodigy, which look similar from the outside. They both come in several colors.
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This is how the Platform Jacket looks when transformed into an easel. The flexible e-Luminator light is an optional accessory that fits into the cover.
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The e-Luminator light is battery powered. At the time of this writing, the light was sold out, but it should be available soon.
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This is the Octovo sleeve. It's stylish and relatively affordable at $21.95, but your Kindle 2 could drop out from the opening at the top if you tip the case upside down.
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Oberon Design offers several hand-tooled leather Kindle 2 covers for $75.
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There's a wide selection of cool Kindle 2 skins at Decalgirl.com for $14.99.
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CaseCrown's Double Memory Foam Pouch Case with a front pocket stores not only your Kindle 2 but your Kindle 2 charger (yes, that's what the front pocket is for). This $21 case comes in several designs and if you don't need the extra pocket, CaseCrown also makes a model without a pocket for a couple bucks less.
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The Incipio Technologies underGROUND Case for Amazon Kindle 2 is more of a slipcover. But it does have a strap on the top corner that secures your Kindle 2 in place, which is nice.
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JAVOEdge makes a couple of Kindle 2 cases. The model here is a vertical "flip" version, while the more standard book-style case has a horizontal orientation. Both cost $49.95.
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Here's the JAVOEdge Flip Case propped up in easel mode.
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The M-edge GO Jacket ($29.99) is very similar to Amazon's own Kindle 2 cover, but it's made of "genuine" leather. It's also available in multiple colors, including purple.
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The OCTO Metal Stand ($14.99)is designed to keep your Kindle 2 propped up so you don't have to hold it.
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The OCTO Splash Proof Case ($19.99) puts a thin cover over your entire Kindle 2 (there's a transparent plastic cover over the screen). It's water-resistant but not water-proof.
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The Flex Neck Reading Light ($14.99) isn't designed specifically for the Kindle 2, but it works just fine with it--or any e-book reader (or standard book for that matter).
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