Kindle US Power Adapter (Not included with Kindle Paperwhite, Kindle, or Kindle Touch)

* The United States Kindle power adapter
* Approved charger for Kindle, Kindle Touch, Kindle Keyboard, and Kindle DX
* Fully charges Kindle, Kindle Touch, Kindle Keyboard, or Kindle DX in 4 hours or less
* See Kindle User’s Guide for instructions and important safety information

Product Features

  • The United States Kindle power adapter
  • Approved charger for Kindle, Kindle Touch, Kindle Keyboard, and Kindle DX
  • Fully charges Kindle, Kindle Touch, Kindle Keyboard, or Kindle DX in 4 hours or less
  • See Kindle User’s Guide for instructions and important safety information

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3 Responses to Kindle US Power Adapter (Not included with Kindle Paperwhite, Kindle, or Kindle Touch)

  1. A. Dent "Aragorn"

    Generic USB charger, USB cable not included This exact power adapter came standard with what Amazon calls now the ‘Kindle Keyboard’ models (Kindle 3) but NOT with the Kindle Touch and the least expensive model ($69 no touch) now known as plain ‘Kindle’. It should NOT be used with any of the Kindle Fire models. It can be used just about anywhere in the world (100-240V) for as long as you have the proper plug adapter.To charge a Kindle you will need a generic USB Type A/Micro B cable and one is supplied with every Kindle purchased and you can do it in several different ways:- Off a laptop or PC through one of their ‘powered’ USB ports (you will need a laptop or a PC)- With this adapter which comes with all Kindle 3s or can be purchased separately (you will need the Amazon-supplied or any generic USB cable)- With a third-party, branded or generic USB charger (search Amazon for either ‘kindle charger’ or ‘usb charger’)This specific charger works for all 3d and 4th generation Kindles and is also great for charging lots of other gadgets that get charged through an USB port. I’m using it to charge my Blackberry Torch, a couple of other phones and the kids charge their MP3 players. And the reverse is also true: most other USB chargers will work with your Kindle. One good example is the Blackberry’s.Amazon’s charger may cost a couple of dollars more than a generic but it comes with Amazon’s logo and some peace of mind. For anyone going ‘generic’, here are the Amazon adapter’s specs:INPUT (AC): 100-240V, 50/60HzOUTPUT (DC): 4.9V, 0.85APrices fluctuate so I’m not going to discuss ‘price’ but it’s always a good idea to search Amazon for alternatives before placing an order.

  2. carmex "carmex"

    Total rip off This is just a regular usb charger, one of these even came with a 5 dollar lamp I purchased, and they can’t throw it in with a 79 dollar kindle? You can buy one anywhere on the net or in some stores starting at 99 cents or less. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THIS, it is an easy way to trick kindle owners out of an extra 9 to 14 dollars. It is Outrageous to prey on people’s ignorance like this, especially with such a popular product. I can see my older relatives getting tricked into buying this.Edit: It is Currently 20 dollars! Now it is 20 times more expensive than a reasonably priced adapter.

  3. Maeven6 "maeven6"

    Not Necassary This review is not on the quality of the product but on the need and cost. This is not unit specific. I am using my Samsang phone charger usb to AC part for mine. You can pick them up on the net or at radio shack for as cheap as 99 cents.Any of those on this page will work it just doesn’t say Kindle. But you probably have one if you have a cell phone or some other electronic divice … like an MP3 player.[...]Ber

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