Charging your Kindle safely
The first Kindle was released by Amazon in 2007. The latest generation, the Kindle 10 was released 2019. Whichever Kindle device you are using, it's important to be aware of the potentially deadly consequences of not using the right kind of tablet charger.
Counterfeit tablet chargers are often made with poor quality components that don’t meet UK safety regulations. So, to avoid any risk of you damaging your tablet or receiving a nasty shock, you need to be sure that the charger you’re using is fit for purpose, safe and made by a reputable manufacturer.
It might have started out with simple e-reader technology, but the Kindle range has now expanded to incorporate HD tablets like the Kindle Fire and Kindle New Fire.
When it comes to topping up the battery power on your Kindle tablet, you should always use a charger from a reputable manufacturer in order to avoid any electrical accidents.
Following our 3-point safety check is the easiest way to ensure you haven’t been sold a counterfeit or otherwise unsafe tablet charger.