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Amazon Fire 7 Tablet, Quad-core, Fire OS, 7", Wi-Fi, 8GB with 2 years guarantee £34.95 @ John Lewis - Free C&C

£34.95 @ John Lewis
Amazon Fire 7 Tablet, Quad-core, Fire OS, 7", Wi-Fi, 8GB with 2 years guarantee Black / Blue / Tangerine @ John Lewis £34.95 Read More
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2m, 3d agoFound 2 months, 3 days ago
Amazon Fire 7 Tablet, Quad-core, Fire OS, 7", Wi-Fi, 8GB

with 2 years guarantee

Black / Blue / Tangerine

@ John Lewis

£34.95
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1 Like #1
cheaper at Tesco
12 Likes #2
nougat
cheaper at Tesco


By 95p...
You get 2 years warranty with JL...
Far better deal here.
#3
jedijacobs
nougat
cheaper at Tesco
By 95p...
You get 2 years warranty with JL...
Far better deal here.
agree
#4
jedijacobs
nougat
cheaper at Tesco
By 95p...
You get 2 years warranty with JL...
Far better deal here.

No.
#5
ezzer72
jedijacobs
nougat
cheaper at Tesco
By 95p...
You get 2 years warranty with JL...
Far better deal here.

No.


No?!
4 Likes #6
jedijacobs
ezzer72
jedijacobs
nougat
cheaper at Tesco
By 95p...
You get 2 years warranty with JL...
Far better deal here.
No.
No?!

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2 Likes #7
JL customer service is A+. purchased one a few weeks ago when they were on offer, had some issues and they just sent me a new one without question, didn't even have to return the other one
4 Likes #8
jedijacobs
ezzer72
jedijacobs
nougat
cheaper at Tesco
By 95p...
You get 2 years warranty with JL...
Far better deal here.
No.
No?!
It's 30 odd pounds, why would you need 2 years warranty??

You would probably be hoping it would stop working so that you had an 'excuse' to treat yourself to a decent tablet.

Buy from a Tesco and you have 95p towards your new one.
#9
Beats all other Fire Tablet deals just based on the 2 year warranty. You can also buy accidental damage warranty from John Lewis for a small price for complete peace of mind if you have kids
14 Likes #10
ezzer72
jedijacobs
ezzer72
jedijacobs
nougat
cheaper at Tesco
By 95p...
You get 2 years warranty with JL...
Far better deal here.
No.
No?!
It's 30 odd pounds, why would you need 2 years warranty??
You would probably be hoping it would stop working so that you had an 'excuse' to treat yourself to a decent tablet.
Buy from a Tesco and you have 95p towards your new one.

Today's winner of THE most ridiculous comment .
#11
rickj
ezzer72
jedijacobs
ezzer72
jedijacobs
nougat
cheaper at Tesco
By 95p...
You get 2 years warranty with JL...
Far better deal here.
No.
No?!
It's 30 odd pounds, why would you need 2 years warranty??
You would probably be hoping it would stop working so that you had an 'excuse' to treat yourself to a decent tablet.
Buy from a Tesco and you have 95p towards your new one.
Today's winner of THE most ridiculous comment .

You say that mate, but IF the tablet gave up after a year (which in all probability, it wouldn't - if you ended up with a faulty one you it's most likely to show up in the first few days) it would have cost you 65p a week. We're not talking life changing sums of cash are we?

It's ridiculous how the 'JL 2 year warranty' steals heat and likes in every thread it's mentioned in (usually added to the main title for maximum theft), when the majority of the time it isn't truly beneficial.

Yes, if you're buying a £1,200 TV, or a MacBook, I get it, but on a £34 item??

Edited By: ezzer72 on Mar 21, 2017 10:15
1 Like #12
This price could be considered as "normal", as it is currently being promoted on QVC @ £35, but with an added delivery charge of £4.95 ! The only real advantage with QVC is that you can use it and return without problems if you decide it is not suitable.
3 Likes #13
ezzer72
rickj
ezzer72
jedijacobs
ezzer72
jedijacobs
nougat
cheaper at Tesco
By 95p...
You get 2 years warranty with JL...
Far better deal here.
No.
No?!
It's 30 odd pounds, why would you need 2 years warranty??
You would probably be hoping it would stop working so that you had an 'excuse' to treat yourself to a decent tablet.
Buy from a Tesco and you have 95p towards your new one.
Today's winner of THE most ridiculous comment .
You say that mate, but IF the tablet gave up after a year (which in all probability, it wouldn't - if you ended up with a faulty one you it's most likely to show up in the first few days) it would have cost you 65p a week. We're not talking life changing sums of cash are we?
It's ridiculous how the 'JL 2 year warranty' steals heat and likes in every thread it's mentioned in (usually added to the main title for maximum theft), when the majority of the time it isn't truly beneficial.
Yes, if you're buying a £1,200 TV, or a MacBook, I get it, but on a £34 item??

Ok its only a £35 device but hey, warranty for an extra year for les then a quid? Think you may well be in a minority on this one but each to their own
#14
20% off all Apple products and 12 months buy now pay later at Very..love it...never seen anything like this
#15
Sd card ?
#16
£29.99 in Argos three months ago.
1 Like #17
gsusx
Sd card ?


Yes.
1 Like #18
nice build. mediocre performance. ideal for reading and flash equivalent games. no Google play services. new software can't be rooted.
#19
rickj
ezzer72
jedijacobs
ezzer72
jedijacobs
nougat
cheaper at Tesco
By 95p...
You get 2 years warranty with JL...
Far better deal here.
No.
No?!
It's 30 odd pounds, why would you need 2 years warranty??
You would probably be hoping it would stop working so that you had an 'excuse' to treat yourself to a decent tablet.
Buy from a Tesco and you have 95p towards your new one.

Today's winner of THE most ridiculous comment .


Well said!

95p for an additional year warranty, it's a no brainer!

Surely to protect against a possible fault on a tech product over 2 years is extremely helpful.

My Lenovo laptop died after a year and a half. How I would have jumped at the chance for less than a pound to have had an additional year's warranty... and the laptop was only cheap, but it's always worth having as much warranty as poss, especially with John Lewis customer service.
1 Like #20
Agree for 95p extra you are getting better customer service and 1 extra year warranty. Ordering one for my kids for the car as my Nexus 7 has finally packed in (crap battery and only charges wirelessly!)
#21
Ordered for my mum for mother's day
#22
I think everyone has misunderstood my point.

It's not the extra 95p that's the issue, it's that most of us live much closer to a Tesco or an Argos than a John Lewis.

The extra years warranty on this item is really not necessary, and a cheaper deal was already posted and hot.
#23
Very disappointed in my Kindle Fire 7 I bought at Christmas. It is so *slow*, I end up using my iPhone or iPad Air 2.
1 Like #24
Tempted, but I'm after a cheap tablet that I can use Netflix on to download for when I'm travelling, from what I can gather this isn't available on Amazon Fire products, does anyone know any different?
#25
davidg_croydon
Very disappointed in my Kindle Fire 7 I bought at Christmas. It is so *slow*, I end up using my iPhone or iPad Air 2.


So you already had an Air 2, and was surprised this wasn't really an upgrade from it?

Bit odd that, I currently have an iPad Pro and would find this literally horrible to use.
#26
Mandroid578
nice build. mediocre performance. ideal for reading and flash equivalent games. no Google play services. new software can't be rooted.

I bought one a few weeks ago and installed play no problem, have just downloaded a few games from google play and they work just fine. Was I just lucky, or have things changed now? Thanks
#27
mattymakin
Tempted, but I'm after a cheap tablet that I can use Netflix on to download for when I'm travelling, from what I can gather this isn't available on Amazon Fire products, does anyone know any different?


Netflix is available to download on the fire.
1 Like #28
jonnyjackov
Mandroid578
nice build. mediocre performance. ideal for reading and flash equivalent games. no Google play services. new software can't be rooted.

I bought one a few weeks ago and installed play no problem, have just downloaded a few games from google play and they work just fine. Was I just lucky, or have things changed now? Thanks


hmm. it does depend on the software version. maybe you had an older version of the software. it's not impossible..just not ready yet.
1 Like #29
****. but you won't match it for the price.
#30
dawnbishop10
mattymakin
Tempted, but I'm after a cheap tablet that I can use Netflix on to download for when I'm travelling, from what I can gather this isn't available on Amazon Fire products, does anyone know any different?


Netflix is available to download on the fire.


Sorry, yes I know the app can be downloaded and used to stream, but I don't think content can be downloaded and watched offline, from what I can gather this is only available on IOS/Android?
#31
mattymakin
Tempted, but I'm after a cheap tablet that I can use Netflix on to download for when I'm travelling, from what I can gather this isn't available on Amazon Fire products, does anyone know any different?

Install Google Play and download as normal. It works fine and allows you to download as with any other device. Alas the same cant be said for Now TV. Can install it but wont run as Amazon fire is an unsupported device
#32
Found these tablets could do with better screens and more memory, appreciate they are cheap.
#33
Mandroid578
nice build. mediocre performance. ideal for reading and flash equivalent games. no Google play services. new software can't be rooted.
Google play store can be added!! had to do it for my little girl who wanted youtube kids! look here only took 5 minutes and i have full google play store!
#34
davidg_croydon
Very disappointed in my Kindle Fire 7 I bought at Christmas. It is so *slow*, I end up using my iPhone or iPad Air 2.

You probably have a faulty processor.
#35
loopie
Found these tablets could do with better screens and more memory, appreciate they are cheap.

Just add an extra 8Gb micro SD card for £3/£5
#36
This would've been nice but I'm after something with a beefier rear camera.
Great price.
#37
Is this still on? Seems it's gone back up in price?
#38
Expired
#39
Expired.
Now full price and not worth it.

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