Griffin Adds Kindle Fire Accessories to Growing Lineup

Published On June 28, 2012 | By Mitchell Whitfield | Accessories, Computers, Just Plain Cool, Lifestyle, Mobile Phones, News, Tablets

Griffin has made accessories for pretty much every major mobile device on the planet; so it’s not surprising that Kindle Fire owners were starting to feel a bit left out in the cold–until now. Griffin has just unveiled a full line of Kindle Fire accessories, including cases, chargers and screen protectors, each uniquely designed to not only enhance your experience with your new Kindle, but to keep it protected as well. From Folios and Case Stands to ruggedized accessories, there really is something here for every lifestyle and budget. Click past the jump for all of the details…

Nashville, TN – June 26, 2012 –   Griffin Technology, one of the world’s foremost creators of innovations for everyday life, is rolling out a new collection of accessories designed for the popular Kindle Fire.Leading the line-up is the Survivor for Kindle Fire. This meticulously engineered case is designed from the inside out to meet and exceed military standards for protection against windblown dirt and sand, rain, shock and vibration. Survivor’s shatter-resistant polycarbonate frame is further protected by an outer layer of rugged, shock-absorbing silicone. A built-in touch-through screen protector guards the touchscreen from the elements. Survivor for Kindle Fire is available now for $59.99.

In addition to the Survivor, Griffin is pleased to extend their collection with three new folio cases for Kindle Fire. All three boast contemporary textures and fashion-forward designs. These one-piece folios, designed to carry and flip open like a book, feature durable, stylish outer finishes and microsuede linings to minimize scratches and smudges. Individual features include:

  • Elan Passport  –  Inner cover includes pockets for cards; tab closure secures cover; $39.99.
  • Simple Passport – A variety of attractive outer finishes; secures with an elastic band; $29.99.
  • Elan Folio – Quarterbound binding, embossed with pyramidal stud pattern; supports the reader in two landscape positions, upright and inclined; $39.99.


Griffin’s TotalGuard Matte is a screen protection kit with applicator and cleaning cloth for Kindle Fire. TotalGuard is Griffin’s new approach to device protection, with simple, no-mess installation. This screen protector adds a layer of optical-grade stretch, tear and puncture-resistant PET film to the Kindle Fire’s screen. The film is resistant to fingerprints, smudges and glare, and won’t affect the sensitivity of the touchscreen. TotalGuard Matte is now available for $19.99.


Rounding out the Kindle collection is Griffin’s PowerBlock Micro, $24.99, a 100- to 240-volt wall charger that includes a detachable 10 foot (3 meter) micro-USB to Type-A USB charge and sync cable. PowerBlock Micro puts out 5 watts of power for fast charging, and boasts a low profile design that easily fits wall outlets and power strips, with foldaway prongs for go-anywhere storage. 

For more information about Griffin Technology, visit store.griffintechnology.com/kindle.About Griffin Technology
Founded on Paul Griffin’s kitchen table in 1992, Griffin Technology Inc., is today one of the world’s foremost creators of accessories for home, mobile and personal technology. Unique products such as iTrip®, PowerMate®, iFM®, iMic® and Evolve® Wireless Speaker System have broken new ground in consumer electronics and created loyal fans the world over. Today, Griffin products are conceived, designed and developed in-house, and continue to push the envelope of the industry they helped create. Learn more about Griffin’s entire range of ingenious designs at www.griffintechnology.com. Follow Griffin Technology on http://www.facebook.com/griffintech and on Twitter, @griffintech.

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