Amazon 7-inch Kids Tablet down from £100 to £65 – and it comes with a 'child-proof' case

WITH schools closing due to the coronavirus outbreak Amazon has an offer that may just help parents and kids out.

If you're looking for a tablet to both entertain and educate your child then this could be the one for you.

The All-new Fire 7 Kids Edition Tablet has appeared on the Very website for a reasonable price.

It's been reduced from £99.99 to £64.99.

That's an impressive saving of £35.

Not only are you saving money, the tablet also comes with a 'kid-proof' case that should help to protect your investment.

  • All-new Fire 7 Kids Edition Tablet, 16GB for £64.99 (save £35) – buy here

The children's tablet has a 7-inch display, perfect for reading and watching videos.

It also features 16GB of storage.

The two year worry-free guarantee should also put parent minds at ease.

You can choose between a purple, blue or pink case.

It may be WiFi enabled but once you've got Amazon Fire for Kids you can download content to be watched when there is no internet connection.

The tablet comes with one year of Amazon Fire for Kids Unlimited.

With this, kids get access to books, films, TV shows, educational apps, games and Audible audiobooks suitable for ages 3-12.

  • All-new Fire 7 Kids Edition Tablet, 16GB for £64.99 (save £35) – buy here

What is Amazon Fire for Kids?

  • Fire for Kids Unlimited is Amazon’s subscription content service for kids – available on Kindle e-readers and Fire HD tablets.
  • It includes thousands of books, movies, TV Shows and educational apps.
  • And there’s also Audible audiobooks and games included in the service too.
  • The content is regularly refreshed to ensure there’s plenty to entertain and educate and there's content from much-loved favourites.


All prices in this article were correct at the time of writing, but may have since changed. Always do your own research before making any purchase.

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