Fire HD 8 Kids tablet, 8" HD display, ages 3-7, 32 GB, Blue Kid-Proof Case

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  • 2-year worry-free guarantee: if it breaks, return it and we'll replace it for free.
  • Stream over wifi or view downloaded content on the go with 32 GB of internal storage and up to 12 hours of battery for reading, browsing the web, watching videos, and listening to music. Add a microSD card for up to 1 TB of additional storage.
  • Now with USB-C for easier charging. Includes a USB-C cable and 5W power adapter in the box.

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Top Amazon Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars | NO PARENTAL CONTROL UNLESS YPU PAY UP 3$ A MONTH, CONSTANT ISSUES
Color: Purple Style: Kids Fire HD 8
WHAT THEY DONT TELL YOU...is that you have no parental controls anymore UNLESS you pay up 3$ a month for kids+ that gives you the parental control that you expect from this out of the box. The hardware and software are in the Kindle already, but they put a pay wall between you and accessing it. This is so unethical I will be making amazon pay for this with many many returns and lots of b.s. Also, You have no control over what amazon puts on your childs home screen. Why amazon feels it is acceptable to put Marxist anti american propoganda on your childs home screen is a point of concern. They say you have complete control but you have none. DO NOT BUY THESE FOR YOUR CHILDREN unless you enjoy watching them cry in dissapointment when thr kindle dosent do what it is supposed to, everyday. The apps CONSTANTLY crash or just dont work to begin with. And why is spanish content recommended to my child when we specifically select ENGLISH when you set it up? Again, you have no control over this either.
Reviewed in the United States on July 26, 2020 by john demuth

1.0 out of 5 stars | A customer since the 1st Gen Kindle but no more.
Color: Blue Style: Kids Fire HD 8
No way to remove news stories from the tablet. I don't know why they think content about cop killings are appropriate for a kids tablet.
Reviewed in the United States on August 24, 2020 by RandomLetters

1.0 out of 5 stars | WAY Too Much Content for a Kid, Not Enough Parental Control
Color: Blue Style: Kids Fire HD 8
My in laws kindly purchased this for my 2.5 year old daughter to help with long distance car trip entertainment (if we ever go anywhere again), etc. I did a little research and agreed that it seemed like a good idea for her to have her own device as she’s mistakenly clicked into my messages and email on my iPad many times while watching the PBS Kids app and I was worried for the day my boss would get a weird cryptic message from her or my iPad would be locked for 10,000 years. What I don’t like about this tablet: - It comes with a free year of the Freetime kids app which is essentially a “kid-friendly” interface of tens of thousands of pieces of content (movies, games, books, etc). Apparently after a year you have to pay for this which already just feels like an annoying corporate scam. -You can choose your age range to filter “age appropriate” content only. It gives literally tens of thousands of choices. We are very particular about the 5 or so shows that my daughter is allowed to watch and have actually taken time to pre-screen these 5 choices. Call me crazy, but I don’t feel a 2.5 year old needs full reign of 10,000 options of crap. -There is a way you can search for specific to titles and block chunks of content. (Ex: If we don’t want her watching Barbie or Spongebob), but there are still thousands upon thousands of pieces of content that that we haven’t pre-screened nor would be able to or frankly want to. You can manually delete these but let’s be honest, as full time working parents while taking care of a toddler at home during a pandemic, this is the last thing we want to do with our 30 mins of our own “free time” before bed before we have to clean, prep, and pass out on the couch of exhaustion. - There seemingly is no way to turn off aspects of Freetime like books (call us crazy, but we just read them the old fashioned way with our daughter still instead of on a screen) or games (she barely understands the plot of Sesame Street and why some parts have cartoons and some have real people- she’s not ready for games yet). -You can’t pin your favorite content to the top so she at very least could just see that. - The user interface was (obviously this is a personal opinion) terrible. Maybe I sound like a snob because for being an Apple person, but it took me ages and several blog posts just to figure out how to get to the manage permissions section. Overall, I get why this is appealing for some people- turn on the thing and let your kids go. There are time limits and goals you can set up which are perhaps good for older kids who aren’t being monitored in their use as much, but for a young child you’d be there anyways monitoring and saying “5 more minutes before we go out and play!” (So that you can get the fun times of them audibly groaning at you, while also knowing that you- a real human parent- sets limits, not just a machine). For us, it was just WAY too much content for little eyes to have access too and frankly that makes it not “age appropriate” (again one woman’s opinion). It’s nice to have this as a tool to help in those situations where you just need to get one flippin’ thing done without 300 “Mama!!!”s in a 60 second span, but also not have a tool that gives your toddler more content that they could possibly even comprehend. Why not give them a few more years before that?? In the end, I figured out how to add a guided control on my iPad so it locks the app she’s in. And I’ll buy a thick case and screen protector and call it a day. After going through the rigamarole, we decided that our 2.5 year old doesn’t beed her own device, yet.
Reviewed in the United States on June 27, 2020 by Hannah

5.0 out of 5 stars | Just buy it, stop debating
Color: Blue Style: Kids Fire HD 8
My wife and I were looking for a solution while in the car for extended periods of time over handing our phones to our son. Now...we were steering towards and iPad but after all of the accessories it would have been 3X the price of this tablet. IMHO this is worth every penny. Just activate the hotspot on your phone and connect it via WiFi to the tablet. Easy pZ
Reviewed in the United States on July 23, 2020 by Corrales

3.0 out of 5 stars | Overall decent tablet for a kid
Color: Purple Style: Kids Fire HD 8
Bought this to entertain our 20 month old with movies will on an upcoming road trip. Overall I feel like it is a decent value. Pros - freetime unlimited is a great one stop place for kids entertainment. - 2 year warranty if my kid destroys it - case is big and soft, stand works well Cons - Tablet is very slow right out of the box, will probably be unusable in a year or so. - cannot favorite certain apps in freetime for some reason, like nick jr. so you have to go looking for them everytime you want to run it. - screen does not get very bright and it is hard to see in direct sunlight You could get an iPad setup with the same case and freetime for about double the price but you don't get the warranty. If you want to use it as a tablet in addition to entertainment for your kids look elsewhere. If it's just for a kid then it's fine.
Reviewed in the United States on June 5, 2020 by Matt

2.0 out of 5 stars | Not impressed.
Color: Blue Style: Kids Fire HD 8
unable to download videos. Tablet keeps going offline. Added content and it keeps restarting the download and won't finish adding content. I ungraded to the new model from the last edition for my son's birthday and I regret that decision.
Reviewed in the United States on June 5, 2020 by Celia F

5.0 out of 5 stars | We love our tablet!
Color: Blue Style: Kids Fire HD 8
We love our tablet. My son is 3 and loves all the videos and games all educational! I get to set it up to where it’s age appropriate items and I can also switch profiles to mine and do things on my profile. Pretty great device and he can play on some apps without WiFi! Bigger plus. Great purchase.
Reviewed in the United States on June 4, 2020 by Alyssa

5.0 out of 5 stars | Great tablet
Color: Blue Style: Kids Fire HD 8
My son loves his tablet he had the Gen 7 7” and we upgraded after 2 years to the gen 10 8” with a kickstand he still loves it watches lots of educational videos set a timer for the day so he doesn’t watch to much it has really helped him find his voice before the tablet he didn’t speak much the tablet with a few videos definitely helped his interactions are great his speech therapist says he is doing great now
Reviewed in the United States on June 6, 2020 by TS

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