Fire Kids Edition, 7″ Display, Wi-Fi, 8 GB, Blue Kid-Proof Case

Powerful, full-featured Fire tablet—with 1 year of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited and a Kid-Proof Case—for a savings of up to $109—plus a 2-year worry-free guarantee.

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If they break it, we’ll replace it. No questions asked.

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

A case designed for little hands, protects against big drops

The Kid-Proof Case is designed to be the perfect solution for parents who need worry-free protection against drops, bumps, and the typical mayhem caused by kids at play. Designed to be durable and lightweight, the Kid-Proof Case fits perfectly in little hands without adding unnecessary weight to their Fire tablet.

Not a Toy

Latest generation Fire Tablet

A full-featured Fire tablet that includes a 1024 x 600 IPS display that’s perfect for watching movies like Frozen, plus a fast quad-core processor that ensures quick app launch times and smooth games and video. The Fire Kids Edition tablet comes in black (with a blue or pink Kid-Proof Case), 8 GB with and expandable storage capacity up to 128 GB with microSD, and a 7-inch display.

No more worrying about storage space

Keep your child’s photos, movies, games and apps with you using a microSD card slot that lets you expand your tablet’s storage by up to 128 GB.

Capture life’s moments

Fire Kids Edition has a 2 MP rear-facing camera for taking high-resolution photos and 720p HD video, and a front-facing camera that’s perfect for video calls between kids and grandparents.

Made Just for Them

Made Just for Them

Designed with kids in mind

Fire Kids Edition starts in Amazon FreeTime, which is built from the ground up just for kids. The background color and fonts change to a kid-friendly design, they only see the titles that they have access to see, the home screen carousel shows their recently viewed titles, and they can even navigate visually to content based on characters or topics.

Profiles designed for kids…

Parents can create up to four individual child profiles and choose titles from their own collection of content that they want to give each of their kids access to. It’s like giving each kid his or her very own, personalized tablet. A child’s profile does not have access to in-app purchases, email, or social media features.

…And for parents

Parents can take Fire Kids Edition out of Amazon FreeTime using a password. Fine tune settings, download apps, or share kids’ drawings with family on Facebook. You can choose specific books, videos, and apps for your child to see in Amazon FreeTime from your library or when you purchase new content from Amazon.

Product Features

  • Up to $109 in savings on Fire, 1 year of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited and a Kid-Proof Case, plus a 2-year worry-free guarantee
  • Not a toy, a full-featured Fire tablet with a 7″ IPS display and front and rear cameras. Add a microSD card for up to 128 GB of additional storage.
  • 2-year worry-free guarantee: if they break it, return it and we’ll replace it for free. No questions asked.
  • Unlimited, free access to 10,000 kid-friendly books, movies, TV shows, educational apps, and games with 1 year of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited included
  • Best-in-class parental controls allow you to manage usage limits, content access, and educational goals

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3 Responses to Fire Kids Edition, 7″ Display, Wi-Fi, 8 GB, Blue Kid-Proof Case

  1. UPDATED REVIEW: Amazing value, two years accidental damage cover and FreeTime. Read on for a plain English review. I’ve owned several iPad’s and tested and reviewed numerous inexpensive (sometimes “cheap and nasty”), 7 and 10 inch tablets for kids, and was impressed by this – as was my 3 year old granddaughter.As I work in IT, I’m aware just how confusing technology can be, so I’ll try to avoid references to jargon, and focus instead on the experience. I’ve broken the review up into sections so you can skip the bits you’re less interested in.Quick Summary============With a years subscription to FreeTime and it’s huge library of age appropriate videos, books and games, a two year replacement policy and a great tablet, this seems pretty good value.Although not as sharp as the more expensive competition, the screen is clear, bright and colourful at almost any angle, and a pleasure to watch video or play games on. It is highly reflective, and pretty useless in bright sunlight, but otherwise great. While the low resolution makes reading very small text difficult, most text in FreeTime books is large and clear, and as a video player it’s a joy.Web performance is certainly fast enough, and it ran the graphically intense “Real Racing 3” with ease (so even good for older kids). Sound quality from the mono speaker was impressive, and at 7 hours, the battery life is pretty respectable.A bluetooth connection at this price is a surprising bonus (means you can keep the older one’s happy with a bluetooth speaker), although the front and rear cameras are basic, as is the low 5Gb of usable storage. At least you can add a huge (up to 128Gb) Micro-SD card to store more stuff.In conclusion, for a child from 3-12 year old this is a non-brainer. Four times cheaper than an iPad mini, and all the functionality. Note: If you think $99 is a bit much, scroll to the end for other buying options, and to see just what’s included in “the package”.Score Summary============9/10 – Value for Money.9/10 – Designed for Children8/10 – Design and Build Quality8/12 – Screen (Very impressive7/10 – Web performance8/10 – Gaming Performance9/10 – Sound5/10 – Camera. (Basic)6/10 – Storage and Expansion (5 Gb)6/10 – Battery7.5/10 – Overall – very impressive.Full Review=========Clearly, Amazon have made some compromises, to hit the magic price point. Here’s the details:-Value for Money — 9/10——————————While this is double the price of the standard Amazon Fire 7” Tablet, you’re still getting a terrific deal. In addition to an impressive tablet and cover, you get two years accidental damage cover, and years subscription to Amazon Free Time.Designed for Children — 9/10———————————-Amazon FreeTime gives every child their own profile and personalised login, content and bookmarks. You can give each child access to age appropriate games, videos and books (all selected by Amazon) without concern, after which they can discover for themselves what they like. The parental controls extend to the ability to limit the total time or by media type. For example, you can limit videos to one hour a day, but give unlimited reading, and shut down at 7pm.Personally, I’d delighted my 3 year old can discover what she likes within a password protected environment, and as she grows, so can her library of books and movies. The fact it’s “kid proof” and indestructible (or replaced free or charge) is a bonus.My only gripe, is there’s no physical “home” button like the Apple iPad (admittedly at 2-6 times the price plus a case), and it’s sometimes a little difficult to hit the exact spot on screen to press a “virtual button”. This means either a very young child will get frustrated, or they’ll learn useful hand-to-eye coordination. Not a show-stopper though – even for my little one.Update 20-Oct-15: Understand there’s some quirks you need to know about. While “FreeTime” is great as limits your kid’s access to inappropriate stuff, it also prevents them downloading movies unless you actually “buy” them. Not normally an issue until you’re going on a 10 hour flight with a bored 5 year old, and they want to watch the Prime movies you’ve downloaded in advance. You can of course download selected Prime Movies in the “adult” (ie. outside “FreeTime”) area, but you’ll need to manually control access as your five year old is needs to watch them in the “Adult” tablet world. Also if you’ve “bought” the movie – it appears in your “Library” and can be downloaded. Hope that makes sense. ;-)Many thanks to…

  2. Great value, OK performance, and a little shady price-gouging on SD cards. 0

  3. Richard Normandin

    The kid-proof case has been improved further and is even more comfortable for smaller hands to hold The new Kids Fire 7 inch tablet has a few minor upgrades from the previous version, released earlier in the year. The kid-proof case has been improved further and is even more comfortable for smaller hands to hold. It really is a superb case and handles anything a kid will throw at it. The tablet can be dropped, hammered and thrown around without so much as a scratch—truly amazing design backed by a 2 year warranty. It now also has a microSD slot to upgrade the 8GB storage to up to 128GB, that’s plenty to hold your movies, books, audio, music.The tablet itself is the 7″ Fire HD with additional parental controls allowing you to safely set-up what content your child sees and when your child can access the tablet. The parental controls are set this apart, you can set your child’s preferences (and yours) so that they can only access certain things on the web. And this child version Fire comes with a year worth of Fire for kids to access TV shows, thousands of books, games and educational apps at no additional cost. Smaller children will benefit from it’s great tutelage and learn many words, pictures, sounds that they previously did not understand. And a benefit for you is it will also steer them away from the big TV, so you can regain access. The small 7″ screen is perfect, very clear and the resolution is great at 720, as much as your child needs for the material they are viewing. It features a quad core processor and cameras in the front and rear. One of the best features of course is the kid proof case. You absolutely cannot give a kid a computer unless it is reinforced and indestructible. I’ve found that this tablet has become a very important learning tool for my son and I’m so glad I found one that he can knock about and still use. I think that one of the reasons it’s so tough is that it’s very light as well.This Fire tablet is really no toy. It has all the basic features as my big Fire tablets except that it has a 720 display (but really that’s more than enough for stuff your kids will be looking at). The display at that level is still really good. It has the quad core processor so the app launches are very quick and the games and videos are super smooth. With the 128GB SD card we have more storage than the little one will need—within the next few years that is. And cloud storage is free (like the big Fires) for photos and videos he takes. He’s already collected a lot of photos and videos with this thing. The composition isn’t amazing but hey, he’s 7! It’s only a 2 MP camera, but I’m really surprised at the quality. There’s easy to use software that you can use to add stickers and drawings on the pictures. Plus they can be printed out on posted on the fridge with great pride. The photos go to cloud also, but he’s blocked (by Amazon) from posting on social media (thankfully). It’s also got a front camera so he can Skype with the Grandparents—he really gets excited about that.There’s stuff to entertain them forever and a day. Disney, Nickelodeon are included on the list. We got the Fire for Kids Unlimited which is an all-in-one subscription for kids 3 to 10 years and includes movies, books, tv shows, games and educational apps. If you buy the kids edition you get the Fire For Kids Unlimited at no extra cost. Angry Birds (gotta have Angry Birds!), Fruit Ninja and a bunch more are available too. You can go on the tablet in parental mode and select which games, movies, etc. that your kids can access.When your child accesses their tablet, they see only what you want them to see and all the fonts and colours are kid friendly. The screen “carousel” shows their recently viewed stuff and they can navigate to images of characters and images of topics: Puppies, Dinosaurs, etc. I can set up a profile for him or his little sister and personalize it with what they like and want to access. There’s no access to email or social media in the kids profiles. With a password you can take it out of Fire for Kids and then download apps, share their photos on social media like Facebook, select books and videos for them, etc. With the parental controls you can also set limits on how much movie time versus learning time your kids can have—that function is absolutely priceless. I like to limit his video and games time but made his reading time unlimited, he really doesn’t complain that much because anything he does on his tablet is “cool”. You can also set it up to block access to cartoons and games and the like until they have done their educational work and it can also be set to be used only certain times of the day. I initially set up this particular function after I went into his room at 10pm and found him under the covers watching Frozen.There’s going to be a new kids web browser available free of charge for the Fire for Kids later this…

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