About this group
When Amazon released the first version of its Kindle E-reader in 2007, it sold out in 5 and a half hours and remained out of stock for 5 months. Since then, and with the release of the Kindle Touch and Kindle Paperwhite, the popularity of the Kindle has only grown, with 1 in 40 people in the UK receiving a Kindle as a Christmas gift in 2011.
Why would I insure my Kindle? Well, creating the perfect collection of your favourite books and downloads on your Kindle takes money as well as time. And unlike a room of a thousand books, a Kindle Touch or Kindle Paperwhite is relatively easy to steal or damage. Insuring your Kindle Touch or Kindle Paperwhite means that you have protection against having to bear all the costs of replacing the device, or the library you have stored on it, yourself.
By joining this group, you can use the collective buying power you share with with other Kindle owners to get cheap Kindle Touch insurance and Kindle Paperwhite Insurance.
If you have a Kindle Fire, please join the Amazon Kindle Fire Insurance group.