What size do I need?
Fits iPad mini, Kindle K3 (Keyboard), K4, K-Touch, Sony PRS-505.
All Nooks fit BUT please see the Comments section below re the Nook Touch (has an infrared touchscreen rather than a capacitive screen).
First Generation Kindle, K2, K-DX and Kindle Fire are too big - you need to go up a size to the Case for iPad (638) or the Large Whanganui (668).
*Fingerprint Recognition Warning! Fingerprint recognition such as Apple's Touch ID doesn't work through the Aquapac - you have to enter your passcode.
|Colour||Cool Grey with Acid Green Lanyard|
|Weight||Case: 1.8oz / 52g
Lanyard: 0.2oz / 7g
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Review by Heather Martin, Minnesota, USA, added 9/2/13: love itI have the small Whanganui case for my NOOK Touch and love it. As far as usage/problems with the touch screen. Yes, there are issues. You cannot swipe to advance the page and it takes multiple heavy pressure taps on the screen to advance the screen or type anything. Yes, that is at times frustrating but the thing about the Nook Touch is it has buttons in the frame that you can push to turn the page. This is by design for one handed reading convenience. And those buttons are what I use most when my Nook is either in the Aquapac case or in its daily case. Even though I cannot use the swipe functionality and have difficulty typing on the Touch while in the case, I still love the case. The material it is made out of is comfortable to the touch and it protects my device when I am on the beach/by the pool. And it is durable. I purchased a different brand case for my husband’s Nook Table as I needed a case large enough to accommodate the Nook Table in an OtterBox case. That case only lasted one trip. Yet my Aquapac has lasted thru multiple trips and pool side ventures.