Pay more for the Amazon Fire Kids Edition now to save money later
The Amazon Fire Tablet only cost's $50 but if you're buying it for your kids you should seriously consider getting the Kid's Edition.
It's the same exact tablet but for $50 more you get a few kid friendly goodies.
Most importantly it comes with a two-year replacement guarantee.
If the tablet breaks within two years of purchasing it, you'll get a replacement for free.
So if it breaks, if the screen cracks, if you accidentally drop it in the bathtub, Amazon will replace it no questions asked as many times as it breaks for two full years.
In addition, you get one free year of Amazon's FreeTime Unlimited.
That gives you access to tons of kid friendly books, educational apps.
TV shows, movies, and games.
It comes with a chunky rubber case that's both protective and comfortable.
The Fire kid's edition costs $100, which is Twice the amount as the fire tablet.
But if the tablet breaks and you get a replacement it ends up paying for itself.
For more details read the review on CNet.
I'm Dia Verblanco and this has been a first look at the Amazon Fire kid edition.
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