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  • Up to $95 in savings on a Fire HD 6 or Fire HD 7, 1 year of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited, Kid-Proof Case, and 2-year worry-free guarantee
  • Not a toy, a full-featured Fire HD tablet with HD display, front and rear cameras, and Dolby Audio
  • The included 1 year of FreeTime…

Last updated on June 21, 2021 8:12 am

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  • Up to $95 in savings on a Fire HD 6 or Fire HD 7, 1 year of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited, Kid-Proof Case, and 2-year worry-free guarantee
  • Not a toy, a full-featured Fire HD tablet with HD display, front and rear cameras, and Dolby Audio
  • The included 1 year of FreeTime Unlimited gives your kids access to 15,000 popular apps and games, videos, 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
  • 2-year worry-free guarantee: if they break it, return it and we’ll replace it for free. No questions asked
  • Unlimited, free access to curated, kid-friendly content with 1-year of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited included
  • Best-in-class parental controls allow you to manage usage limits, content access, and educational goals

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Specification: Fire HD 6 Kids Edition Tablet

2-year worry-free guarantee if they break it, return it and we'll replace it for free. No questions asked

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  1. Just Me

    Parents, Grandparents, friends etc that buy this expect the recipient to be safe on free-time unlimited, this is not the case. A lot of the content can only be viewed, even when it is downloaded, when connected to the internet. About two weeks ago I went over every single app available to my son when I got free-time. Somewhere in the past couple of days it has decided to recommend my 5 year old first person shooting games, zombie gory games, and the like. None of these games were even an option a couple of weeks ago everything was age appropriate for the age group the free time app placed him in. I also feel like they hide it very well I check his free time every few days to make sure his memory is not getting too full and deleting stuff to make room none of these were an option when I checked last. Where the heck did they come from??!!I do not think these should be offered to preschoolers in the preschool category and parents that allow their preschoolers to play these games should bump them up in the age group so they can play them as they are rated for a minimum of 7yo and up with parental guidance suggestions by the maker. I am very disappointed in Amazon on their lack of organization. These types of games are known to cause issues with children and have had countless studies on the dangers. My sons kindle is limited to 2 hours a day which was filled with games that actually helped him, his favorite was the angry bird series which helps cognitive development, creative thinking and problem solving. He also loves to read books, he does not watch anything rated higher than G or Y.I do not mind him playing and reading things that he enjoys that are safe but I feel betrayed honestly by amazon for exposing and even recommending my son whose age they know, based on the freetime setup, things that not only have a parental guidance suggested warning but are not remotely within his age group, dangerous and against my morals and beliefs as a parent. Our family owns 3 kindles and until today thought Amazon was the right company for us we have had nothing but good things to say about them as customers for a few years. There is no way fix this though, I have cancelled free-time unlimited but it wont undo the damage or rebuild my trust in the company I have chosen to spend thousands of dollars supporting.When not in unlimited I rate all kindles a 5/5 you control the content and everything nothing dangerous can be exposed to your child, if you do not like first person shooter, or various other games other parents have had complaints with on these comments some that should not even be on this under 13yo SAFE mode do not get free-time unlimited, unlike when you buy an app even free ones through amazon app there is no notification of when your child chooses to buy a free app through free-time unlimited. There is no password you can set, there is nothing you can do they just click a picture that is usually vague and its instantly downloaded. You get no warning til either your child is already playing it hours, days, weeks or even months later depending on how naive you were in thinking SAFE mode was safe. Unless you are sitting by their side the whole entire time they are in the SAFE mode your child is not safe.

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  2. Bladesmith

    My wife and I bought these for our girls for Christmas, thinking they would be a good introductory tablet. They are. Provided that your goal is to introduce your children to the fact that manufacturers sometimes make products that are poorly designed, but brilliantly marketed.The main problem, honestly, is storage. They advertise a fair bit of storage (8 GB) for a kids product. What they fail to tell you, is that the operating system takes up literally almost all of that space. As a result, you constantly fight against storage limitations. Small files build up, until the WiFi shuts off. Even with no apps installed, small files build to the point that the device constantly becomes a pink foam covered paperweight.Of course, with a device with such small memory, it is easy to access the extraneous files and delete them, right? Well, no. Instead, you have to hunt through menus, only to find broad termed categories to choose from, with no way of knowing what files are needed, and what files are extraneous and could be safely deleted. The final recourse is to reset to factory default, and start the cycle all over again.As cheap as storage is these days, and at the price point that Amazon sells these at, I’m left to wonder why they even sell an 8 GB model at all. Surely, in beta testing, they had to realize the problems this would create. But they brought it to market anyway, along with slick advertising designed to dupe parents into thinking that this was a viable option for a first tablet, when in fact, it serves as an early lesson in the facts of poor design and great marketing. At this price point, I should’ve just shelled out the extra $10 on a Samsung Galaxy Tab 4. It starts with 8 GB of memory, but is easily expanded to 32 GB with a microSD card. Amazon could’ve made this tablet with expandable memory, and you might be reading a very different review.

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  3. Jose

    This has the be the worst kids tablet “specially designed for kids”. My Dad wanted to buy my daughter a tablet so I sat to do a bit of reading and was quickly sold on this tablet’s closed market with kids apps along with its 2 year any kind of damage warranty. We preordered the table and finally upon its arrival my 3 year old managed to lock it up within a few hours or maybe minutes. The issue is the small 8gb memory (much less because of the os and what not) easily gets filled by kids who naturally download every thing they like from Amazon’s free time, or simply by taking pictures. There isn’t a way to prevent kids from filling the memory and a parent must log in to their main account to manually delete stuff to make the tablet functional again. To top it off the process isn’t to intuitive (fixing a malware infested computer was much easier than this). Any ways, enough about that, the table isn’t reliable either, we had to replace it twice because it just wouldn’t charge. Both times I took months before calling Amazon to replace it because of my busy schedule and as a result my daughter had maybe 4 months of play time with it during the 2 year warranty. Before the warranty expired I called amazon seeking to return the tablet for partial credit, due to fear of it breaking down again and the memory issue, but the rep on the phone hanged up on me. We currently pay for free time simply because it’s a safe content library for kids and my daughter has learned not to fill the memory but I wouldn’t recommend this table as I’ve read even the new ones with expandable memory are having similar issues.

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