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  • protect when drop it
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    Is good protection for your nook from dropping and is also good for stand when i 'm reading on my bed.

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    alexanderm September 25, 2013
  • great buy

    Same item in big box store @$45.00 ,this was a great deal

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    johnp3350 July 10, 2013
  • Great Product
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    Very sturdy, works really will. The quality is really good too, the only negative is the fact that trying to stand the Nook on straight will not work. It will only work in a very deep angle and if you try to set it up straight, it will fall. I was looking more fore protection that actual standing the Nook so not a big deal for me. Otherwise like it.

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    hurik April 10, 2013
  • Works but not perfect

    This case fits the Nook HD+ perfectly. It snaps into place and has cut-outs for the speaker, power cable, etc. However, when you place the Nook on the 3rd level, it falls down. it will not stay up. I think it is a manufacturing defect. The design is good. It just wasn't manufactured very well. I kept it because of the price but I recommend buying something else. You won't be happy with this. You'll be more annoyed than happy.

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    rockshock January 28, 2013
  • Fits, works, but...
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    It works. The plastic retainer for my Nook HD fit perfectly, and the design has spaces for the headphone jack, power & volume buttons and the charging jack on the bottom so these are always accessible. Holes in the back for the speakers, too. I have a couple of complaints about the product though: when closed (by an elastic strap), one speaker is exposed, leaving a perfect place for water or debris to get to it, and when standing the Nook in either the horizontal or vertical position, it takes only the slightest nudge or bump to tip it over. The stand works fine for playing videos, but if you're reading, you'll want to hold onto it when switching pages. That seems like a design flaw to me.

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    howard1963 January 16, 2013
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