Fire HD 6 Kids Edition, 6″ HD Display, Wi-Fi, 8 GB, Blue Kid-Proof Case

All-new Fire HD tablet—with 1 year of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited, Kid-Proof Case, and a 2-year worry-free guarantee–for a savings of up to $95.

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A real tablet, not a toy

A full-featured tablet that includes a beautiful HD display and Dolby Digital Audio that’s perfect for watching movies like Finding Nemo, and a fast quad-core processor that ensures fast app launch times and smooth games and videos.

Unmatched reliability

With a durable screen and rigorous testing, Fire HD is unsurpassed in durability among tablets for kids.

Hits kids love from PBS, Nickelodeon, Disney and more

Amazon FreeTime Unlimited is the first-ever all-in-one subscription that brings together all the types of content that kids ages 3-10 love—books, movies, TV episodes, educational apps, and games.

Designed with kids in mind

With Amazon FreeTime mode on, the background color and fonts change to a kid-friendly design. Kids will see titles that have been selected just for them and can navigate visually to content based on characters or topics—for example “Cinderella,” “Dinosaurs,” or “Puppies.”

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Best-in-class parental controls

Amazon FreeTime offers innovative parental controls that encourage learning before play and that help manage screen time. With FreeTime, you select all of the content your kids can see, and you can limit your kids’ screen time by content type. FreeTime blocks stores and in-app payments, so you don’t have to worry about additional expenses.

Create profiles just for kids

Create up to four child profiles and choose a unique collection of titles that each one of your kids will have access to. It’s like giving each kid their very own, personalized tablet. Kids also can’t exit Amazon FreeTime mode without your password.

If they break it, we’ll replace it.

We all know accidents happen. The 2-year worry-free guarantee includes coverage for anything that happens to your Fire HD. Just return the tablet and we’ll replace it for free. It also covers Fire HD against electrical and mechanical breakdowns.

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Kid-Proof Case

Designed to be durable and lightweight, the Kid-Proof Case fits perfectly in little hands without adding unnecessary weight to your Fire HD tablet.

Product Features

  • A real tablet, not a toy-A quad-core processor, a vivid HD display, front- and rear-facing cameras, and Dolby Digital Audio
  • Built for even the toughest kids-Enjoy the peace of mind with an unprecedented 2-year worry-free guarantee-if they break it, we’ll replace it for free. No questions asked
  • Don’t worry about the bill-The Kids Edition includes a year of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited so kids get unlimited access to 5,000 books, movies, TV shows, educational apps, and games-at no additional cost. Learn more
  • Best-in-class parental controls-create individual profiles for each of your children. Personalize screen time limits, educational goals, and age-appropriate content

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3 Responses to Fire HD 6 Kids Edition, 6″ HD Display, Wi-Fi, 8 GB, Blue Kid-Proof Case

  1. Too Many Unacceptable Oversights As a family who owns multiple Fires in different iterations, I was thrilled when the kids’ version was announced. All three of my children received one. From their perspective, they were thrilled and loved it. I gave them far more time than usual to break them in over a 1.5 day period just to make sure everything was fine. Sadly, it wasn’t.First, let’s call this thing what it really is. This isn’t a Fire designed from the ground up with children in mind. It is a basic Fire 7 HD with an altered OS that is tightly integrated into the Free Time Unlimited app, something that can be added to ANY Fire currently on the market. That’s it. Yes, it comes with a snazzy case and a longer warranty, but it’s still just a slightly altered Fire 7 underneath it all.The issues began within the first hour of use and echo what most of the negative reviews highlight.1 – Terrible battery life and slow recharge rateMy three-year-old first generation Fires last far longer and charge faster.2 – Case Isn’t ImpressiveWhen I first saw the case introduced, I imagined something rubberized with a protective cover over the screen, possibly even water resistant. No. It’s simply a piece of molded foam that you press the Fire into. There is absolutely nothing to protect the screen, reminiscent of the cheap EVA foam cases you pick up on eBay. I would not have felt comfortable simply putting them in a bag without something to cover the front. Plus, they are very easy to remove.3 – Frequent lock-upsWe were averaging at least one lock-up per hour of use. And keep in mind that I had three of these, so it couldn’t have simply been a bad device. I was hard-resetting them like crazy. And this doesn’t count the times they randomly ran slow.4 – Freetime Unlimited is a MessWhile lots of content is great, it becomes overwhelming where there is no organization. The apps, videos, and books pages are a random collection of stuff. My kids didn’t understand that everything has to be downloaded and at a snail’s pace at that. And, being kids, they naturally want to try opening every app they saw listed. I don’t blame them for that. But that led to the next problem.5 – Low Storage with no way to delete dataThe storage on this device is abysmal. I don’t understand what they did to bloat the OS to such a degree that it takes up nearly half of the 8G available storage (only 4.5 available to the user). With 100 apps to click on in Free Time Unlimited, one child was able to fill hers inside an hour of use. The others took a little longer, but I was furiously trying to keep up with deleting things on all three before long. And this lead to one of the most disappointing oversights I discovered. You can only delete data in the profile that is currently open. But here’s the real kicker. Wifi is designed to shut off when the device is full. In almost all cases, that ended up booting my kids out of their profile. Without wifi, I couldn’t log into their profile and could only access the adult profile. Since I had nothing installed on the adult profile, there was no way to free up enough space to reenable wifi, log back into the child’s profile, and delete items. This left a factory reset as the ONLY resolution, which is completely unacceptable.6 – Missing FeaturesOne of the biggest features I was excited about during the pre-release was the ability to use the camera. As it turns out, this one is now marked as “coming soon”. While I’m glad to hear it is being worked on, I think missing this at launch is a major fail. Yes, you can still use the camera but only on the adult profile, which defeats the purpose. And I’ve been around the block enough times with product launches to know “coming soon” is a promise I won’t hang my hat on.But if you want to know what the #1 deal breaker was for me. Here it is:7 – FreeTime Unlimited Doesn’t Always Work offlineI read that the downloaded apps and books in FreeTime Unlimited are accessible when offline. After testing this theory multiple times, I found it to be false. If the kids were already in their profile when Wifi access was removed, they could stay for a while, but eventually, the constant messages about no Internet connection would boot them out sooner or later. And once out, it brought up a message about no Internet connection every time you tried to select a FreeTime profile from the list. Yes, you can still access the adult profile, which takes you to the basic Kindle. But what’s the point of that? The content is in the FreeTime app.The majority of the places where I would like to utilize the Kindles for the kids are…

  2. The problem is not the tablet; it’s Kindle FreeTime Unlimited 0

  3. This device is great! There are a lot of reviews about how … 0

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