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Fire HD 10 Kids Edition Tablet – 10.1” 1080p full HD display, 32 GB, Blue Kid-Proof Case

$199.99 $139.99

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  • Save up to $99 on a full-featured Fire HD 10 tablet (not a toy), 1 year of Amazon Kids+ (FreeTime Unlimited), a Kid-Proof Case with built-in stand, and 2-year worry-free guarantee ─ versus items purchased separately.
  • 2-year worry-free guarantee: if it breaks, return it and we’ll replace it for free.
  • The included 1 year of Amazon Kids+ gives your kids access to over 20,000 apps, games, books, videos, Audible books, and educational content from PBS Kids, Nickelodeon, Disney, and more. Your subscription will then automatically renew every month starting at just $2.99 per month plus applicable tax. You may cancel at any time by visiting the Amazon Parent Dashboard or contacting Customer Service.
  • Over 20 million kids (and their parents) have enjoyed the award-winning Amazon Kids (FreeTime) service. Amazon Kids parental controls allow you to set educational goals, create time limits, and filter content.
  • Stream through Wi-Fi or view downloaded content on the go with 32 GB of internal storage and up to 12 hours of reading, browsing the web, watching video, and listening to music. Add a microSD card for up to 512 GB of additional storage.
  • Now with USB-C and faster charging. Includes a USB-C cable & 9W power adapter in the box.
  • Amazon Kids+ includes thousands of Spanish language books, videos, apps, games, and Audible books.

8 reviews for Fire HD 10 Kids Edition Tablet – 10.1” 1080p full HD display, 32 GB, Blue Kid-Proof Case

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  1. Smitty0510

    I literally returned this the day after I got it. I love the concept but all the extra crap on there is pure junk. There was so much on there my son just spent the whole time clicking on everything instead of being able to play or watch anything. If there was a decent way to limit how much was on screen it be great. it was just overwhelming with random apps and things out of his age. Such a great concept though.

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  2. Sarah

    You know when you are getting a tablet that is not an IPAD there will be some compromises, but overall I think it’s a great tablet for the price.

    -Access to so much stupid/non-age-appropriate content that I felt the need to filter out
    -Longer than normal processing/downloading
    -Too many steps to change settings (shortcuts aren’t as customizable)
    -Did I mention stupid content?

    -Great Case
    -The warranty is worth the purchase!!!!
    -The option to download content so that when you are without wifi it still works well with no data usage
    -Freetime has lots of options for entertainment

    I would recommend getting a large SD card so you aren’t restricted to the number of apps that are able to be download. and also to have realistic expectations.

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  3. Paul

    As of right now, the Movies app doesn’t work at all. Tries to play, crashes immediately. Netflix and YouTube are fine… prime video not so much.
    Everything else is fine… Freetime moved over easily, accounts recognized, screen looks nice. Can’t really comment further until my (or rather, the kid’s) primary use case starts working.
    Crossing fingers and hoping they fix it before I give it to the kid.

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  4. o v

    My 6 year old son loves it! The screen is huge and so easy for him to navigate it. Theres a ton of books and movies he can watch or read. Keeps him busy for hours. Theres a ton of learning games so he can switch from educational to just playing games. So glad I found this. The being able to make payments on it is just an added plus for the parent.

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  5. Bee

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     Amazon rushed this product. The tablet itself is so flimsy the screen is discolored and you barely push on it and it looks like the screen is going to break. I’m gently pressing on the screen and you can see it changing colors. Does NOT look childproof to me. Ridiculously overpriced.

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  6. Steve

    We upgraded from the old 8″ model we’ve had for 2 years or so. The upgraded screen and internal specs are a welcome improvement and performance. Like another review I am very disappointed that the transfer option doesn’t work. I reset the damn thing about 10 times trying to get the applications and data over. Also any SD card from an older device will not copy over, the SD card must be formatted on this device.

    I highly recommend getting a large SD card to go with this. We bought a 128GB card so I shouldn’t need to ever worry about space.

    This is a great kids tablet with great screen. It is much faster than older models with increased storage. Including USB-C is wonderful and I can now get rid of my micro-usb chargers laying around.

    Highly recommended!

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  7. Avery Commons

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     Coming from a Fire HD 7, then a “Kids” Kindle 8, this is really an impressive and welcome upgrade.
    So I really want, and need, to explain that the only difference between the “kids edition” and the regular one, other than price, is that the “kids edition” comes with-
    -A kidproof case (and this one even has a kickstand!!) Which yes, the kindle kid cases are amazing with protection.
    -The year of Free Time, which is the kids gaming platform.
    -The 2 year replacement guarantee (that I have used in the past for a broken screen. SUPER easy process. You have to CALL Amazon to do this, it cannot be done via your order page; Return the kindle without case to Amazon, they ship you a replacement kindle without the case.)
    O N L Y differences. So when I see all of these negative reviews about the kids kindle, then I jump over to the positive reviews on the normal kindle, it’s baffling. And I did compare the two because it’s a $50 price difference, and what really sold this version for me, rather than buying everything separately, was the 2 year replacement guarantee.

    My child started out with my Fire HD 7, which you can switch between adult and kid profiles on as well. Any kindle can be a kids kindle as long as you’ve got a childs profile set up. Once she got bigger/older, we bought her the kids edition 8. So the kids edition 10 is her Christmas gift this year. It’s so much faster than the 8, obviously bigger. And I loved that with having it connected to my account before shipment, setup was fast-All the hard work was done and I just had to select a pin for this device, it was set up and ready to go within 10 minutes. Memory card slot on the side, removal and replacement of the case is MUCH easier than on the 8. The volume on this thing is loud, crisp, and clear.

    With the 10, the only differences I’ve noticed that would be worth mentioning is that usually on the other kindles, you would pull down the settings bar to click on the icon and switch profiles. With this one it seems you’ve got to lock, click the icon, then switch profiles. Not a big deal to me and I’m sure it wont be to her. She uses my profile for regular youtube and roblox, just normal things that aren’t accessible on the kids/free time dashboard. Other difference here is that it now uses a USBC charger, which is another positive since every phone in my house uses USBC so it’s easier to replace and keep up with.

    The free time dashboard. Lots of negative feedback on that one; So sometime ago, maybe in the last year or 2 I think, free time had an update. I HATED the update. It jumbled literally everything together and she had to look for all of her downloaded games, just randomly clicking on everything. But this was a year or 2 ago and the dashboard on the 10 is no different than the dash on the 7 and 8. It’s just the same free time update that’s been there for a year or 2 now.

    She has an ipad air that we have her school apps on. They weren’t available on kindle so we keep the ipad around for homework. She absolutely hates the ipad. So if your kid is an apple fan, they may not like this one. My daughter had 2 kindles before she got an ipad from a relative so she was already used to the interface. iPad is easy for her too but she would rather not use anything, than reach for the ipad when the kindle is dead/charging.

    For anyone wanting more in depth reviews on this Kindle, jump on over to the Kindle 10 listing and read them there because there is virtually no difference between the “Kids Edition” and the regular 10.

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  8. RB

    I thought it would be a good idea to get my daughter the new 10″. The restore option from her previous device did not work. Tried resetting it and it failed to complete 7 times. Support was absolutely useless, tried 3 different times hoping to get someone who might know the issue. They all said send it back for a refund. I gave up on the restore and set it up as a new device. The device seems well made but the support for it is absolutely useless, Simply disappointed!!

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    Fire HD 10 Kids Edition Tablet – 10.1” 1080p full HD display, 32 GB, Blue Kid-Proof Case
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