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Would you buy a warm-light screen protector for your Kindle?

Visualization - Kindle Paperwhite with warm-light screen protector - orange
We’ve made a visualization showing how a warm-light screen protector would look like on the Kindle Paperwhite 4

With the introduction of Kindle Oasis, 3 sporting color adjustable front light, many users would love to have a similar feature in their current Kindles.

The newest 3rd-generation Kindle Oasis has one exciting feature to offer – you can adjust the warmth of its display just like you can adjust the brightness.

Amazon is far behind Barnes & Noble or Kobo in offering blue-light control solutions for the Kindle range.

Kindle Oasis is the first model to have this feature. However, users will have to wait most probably until the next year when warm-light control will be offered in the next generation Kindle Paperwhite. And one more year to see it in the basic Kindle.

The thing is that in the meantime many Kindle users would love to have this feature in their current models. I bet only a few people would decide to buy the 2019 Kindle Oasis just to get the warm-light control.

How to fix the lack of warm-light feature in the Kindle and Kindle Paperwhite? A screen protector! It seems so obvious, right?

Wait, while there are a few blue-light reducing screen protectors for popular smartphone models, there is no such a product for the Kindle yet.

Many users buy screen protectors for their Kindles already. Kindle Paperwhite, with its edge-to-edge glass front, is especially suitable for the screen protector.

I imagine some users would get quite interested in a 2-pack that consists of two tempered glass screen protectors – one without, and one with the blue-light filter or warm color shade.

What do you think? Would you buy a warm-light screen protector for your Kindle?

Visualization - warm-light screen protector for Kindle Paperwhite

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