Has anyone put one of those skins on your Kindle?
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Most people buy skins directly from the dealer. In the case of DecalGirl, it's http://www.decalgirl.com/category.view/Amazon-Kindle-Skins. They do ship internationally.
I jumped on the Kindle bandwagon before the Kindle 3 was released, therefore I have a Kindle 2, which I love. And yes, it does look a little bland without a skin of some kind... so I bought one of those Decal Girl skins for my K2 shortly after I received the device. Much nicer, I must say, although the most interesting part of the design is on the back of my Kindle. Some people have noted that their skin is peeliing off of the device after a short time; I haven't had the problem myself so don't have details about that to share.
Despite having the skin on my K2, I still prefer to have a cover on it too; for protection of the screen, mainly. I chose the Moleskine cover http://www.amazon.com/Moleskine%C2%AE-Reporter-Style-Notebook-Display-Generation... because it provides space for a notebook, which I use at times, depending on what I'm reading.
I've always had covers for my Kindles - at least, since my niece put a bottle on top of my bare K1 and the screen broke. The new Amazon commercial show the Kindle being manhandled just about anywhere without a cover, but I can't imagine doing that. If it's out of the house, or just put away at home, it's always in a good quality case.
The peeling, though, has been a problem for some of the decals, although I'm not sure why some have this problem while others don't. Maybe my skin is just particularly dry? :D
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