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NOOK® GlowLight e-reader now £49.00, down from £89 @ Blackwell's

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As above, there are some on their website for £49 reduced from £89 but they seem to be running out fast.
lucia22 Avatar1y, 1w agoFound 1 year, 1 week ago10 Comments
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I got the nook a year ago. stopped working (lines on display, parts of screen blank) within couple of month, absolutely rubbish customer service - no repair, no replacement - I was told to wipe it at the sides as the dust apparently can break it! didn't work. With the amount of time I spent, I gave up in the end... 49£ down the drain. :(
You could have just returned it to get refund or repair.

I wish I could... turns out my nook was a US item based on serial number and they couldnt return or repair it in UK.
diddlypockets
I got the nook a year ago. stopped working (lines on display, parts of screen blank) within couple of month, absolutely rubbish customer service - no repair, no replacement - I was told to wipe it at the sides as the dust apparently can break it! didn't work. With the amount of time I spent, I gave up in the end... 49£ down the drain. :(

You could have just returned it to get refund or repair.
Taz1529
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Thanks, I've had a £50 Blackwell's gift card for years now waiting for a deal like this.
I'm sure they expire earlier than "for years"?

Expires after 24 consecutive months without use. As long as you buy something and return it you have another 24 months :).
I got the nook a year ago. stopped working (lines on display, parts of screen blank) within couple of month, absolutely rubbish customer service - no repair, no replacement - I was told to wipe it at the sides as the dust apparently can break it! didn't work. With the amount of time I spent, I gave up in the end... 49£ down the drain. :(
These are really good....i was lucky to get one this year for £59 from sainsburys x
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The Nook HD+ 16GB tablet is now only £49.00, and the 32GB only £65! @ Blackwell

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The Nook HD+ 16GB tablet is now only £49, and the 32GB only £65! 16GB was £99, NOW £49 32GB was £119, NOW £65 Also accessories up to 80% off...
Harzakluka Avatar1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago243 Comments
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AVOID! slow and has custom charger! installing roms helps but not much. better off with fire hd probably or if you can save get a nexus.


We got two from this deal put cyanogenmod on both and had no problems
AVOID! slow and has custom charger! installing roms helps but not much. better off with fire hd probably or if you can save get a nexus.
You can get the Nook for £65 (16GB) anywhere now on the internet, but at £50 it's still a good saving.

For £50 you could buy a generic Chinese tablet or buy the brand-name Nook for the same price. This thing is CHEAP.
My one gripe with the Nook is that the screen is unpleasant to the touch - I think it's what they call "gorilla glass", (edit* no it isn't) it has an odd rough feel to it completely different to the screen of my Samsung Galaxy, I don't like it. You could use a stylus, but it's not a good tablet for games due to the horrible feel of the glass. Still, it's only £50 for a 9" display.

Another minor irritation is that you have to enter an email address to set up the Nook - and if you don't have an email address you'll have to use a different device to set one up, and you can't skip the email set-up.

Btw, to get Google Play, you must update the software (in Settings) to version 2.10 or better.


Edited By: Cosmic_Mastermind on Nov 19, 2015 00:06: additional note
Just got back from vacation to find mine, for the money - gotta say wow!
sarabifran
I love it. The size is great. I can read and surf happily! Yes - slight lag, but it doesn't bother me at all.

Thanks for the feedback. My Nexus 7 2012 is literally grinding to a halt, I think it's going to implode, it can't even cope with Yahtzee with buddies - had to uninstall it!
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Nook HD 8GB (and others) from £49.00 with Free Delivery @ blackwell

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Just received an email from Blackwells, advertising Nook's on offer. Nook HD 8Gb £49 Nook HD 16Gb £69 Nook HD+ 16Gb £99 Nook HD+ 32Gb £119 Seems a reasonable price for a branded tablet, perso…
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The HD+ is still a fantastic tablet, if you root & mod it, or even just do the minor fix that gives it the Play store access. Amazing full HD screen on it. Voted hot.


I hear you ..... lol.

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Which bit of 720p is actually 1080p FULL HD please? hahahahahaha .. HOT Deal stilm lool. :-)


Hue Hue Hue. Back in your safety cage, junior.
zxking
The HD+ is still a fantastic tablet, if you root & mod it, or even just do the minor fix that gives it the Play store access. Amazing full HD screen on it. Voted hot.


I hear you ..... lol.

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Which bit of 720p is actually 1080p FULL HD please? hahahahahaha .. HOT Deal stilm lool. :-)
southeastshopper
The 16GB HD+ is still available at Morgan Computers for about £78 although that's "A1 Refurbished" rather than new

£72.95 on their Ebay store:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NOOK-HD-9-16GB-TABLET-PC-EREADER-BARNES-NOBLE-ANDROID-1-5GHz-DC-WiFi-1080p/191483080639
I have the nook, which i installed slim bean on. great screen, so sharp. there is no better screen than this at this low price. heat added
ssouthall6
Cm11 is fast and never crashes for me on this. Nook with Showbox & Bubbleupnp + chromecast is a killer combo

Which rom do you use? Is it the standard CM rom or a custom rom?

Anyone have any experience with the custom roms? Which one is the best?
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Nook simple touch - Blackwells £29 + £2.50 delivery £31.50

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Brand new Nook simple touch eBook reader...This is still an ongoing deal, I'm looking at rooting a nook to use it for books and also have a few games . You can also use it for accessing emails whilst
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Is this still available anywhere at this price? OOS on the website now :(
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Got one and fudged the android install on it so told Barnes and noble and they sent me a glowlight instead as a replacement. May be worth looking into if you mess it up!
Even though you messed it up, they sent you a replacement. That is pretty amazing customer service. :|:D

By the way, did you have to send your old one in? And was it at your cost (P&P)?

Correct! The service was great tbh. I was meant to but they never emailed me the UPS labels to send it :/ the old one is currently sitting under the bed!
woster
Got one and fudged the android install on it so told Barnes and noble and they sent me a glowlight instead as a replacement. May be worth looking into if you mess it up!
Even though you messed it up, they sent you a replacement. That is pretty amazing customer service. :|:D

By the way, did you have to send your old one in? And was it at your cost (P&P)?
I've had a nook simple touch for ages, never seen an operating system problem!

Calibre is the software to have... It's free, and excellent.
I have a nook and now they don't support all operating systems if its the same as mine. You may need win 8, and as for my mac that i upgraded to 10.9, no chance. I much preferred it to my kobo, but alas I've gone back to actual paper books this week!
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Blackwells Charing Cross Road London 50% off

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Blackwells is relocating and has 50% off all remaining stock except book vouchers until Wednesday.
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grab me a nook
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NOOK® Simple Touch - £29 plus £2.50 p&p @ Blackwell £31.50

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I have been looking for a good price for a e-reader for a while and this seems to be extremely well priced for a new item. I know this was posted a while back, but the deal is still there and at a
Kiz3d Avatar2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago77 Comments
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ukros
There's a great deal of misinformation going on here!

I own a Nook and so does my mum (and my OH owns a Kobo)

The Nook uses the open standard .epub format for books, exactly the same as a Kobo.

The Nook is not locked to Barnes and Noble. You can buy .epub books from any store (or get free ones from Gutenburg etc) on your PC and simply drag and drop them into the Nook, either to internal memory or microSD.

If you want to buy books from Amazon then you will need to convert them to .epub from their proprietary format - this can be done very simply and quickly on your PC using Calibre with the Apprentice Alf plugin installed.

It is not necessary to root the Nook to do any of the above!

I have rooted my Nook, but I can run it as a standard Nook (most of the time) or as a simple Android tablet by just pressing one button. I have the Opera mobile browser installed (quite usable if you set it to default to landscape) and it's more than adequate as a quick email checker if my phone is not to hand. It's also possible to add a Kindle app - but I haven't bothered with this because I use Calibre on my PC.

In short, this is a great little reader and £29 is a good price.


Thanks for clearing up and putting into one post, if anything there is a confusing set of backs and forths going on through comments. This is exactly what I needed!
ukros
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ukros
There's a great deal of misinformation going on here!

I own a Nook and so does my mum (and my OH owns a Kobo)

The Nook uses the open standard .epub format for books, exactly the same as a Kobo.

The Nook is not locked to Barnes and Noble. You can buy .epub books from any store (or get free ones from Gutenburg etc) on your PC and simply drag and drop them into the Nook, either to internal memory or microSD.

If you want to buy books from Amazon then you will need to convert them to .epub from their proprietary format - this can be done very simply and quickly on your PC using Calibre with the Apprentice Alf plugin installed.

It is not necessary to root the Nook to do any of the above!

I have rooted my Nook, but I can run it as a standard Nook (most of the time) or as a simple Android tablet by just pressing one button. I have the Opera mobile browser installed (quite usable if you set it to default to landscape) and it's more than adequate as a quick email checker if my phone is not to hand. It's also possible to add a Kindle app - but I haven't bothered with this because I use Calibre on my PC.

In short, this is a great little reader and £29 is a good price.

There is no misinformation going on here.

To be able to buy books from anywhere else ON the Nook itself you have to root it, I already mentioned if you want to buy books from Amazon you have to convert using Calibre (unless your Nook is rooted and using the Kindle app through android).

Where is there misinformation on this thread?

Try posts #20 and #21 for a start!

I was just trying to make it crystal clear that the Nook uses an open format, .epub, just like the Kobo. It is Amazon who have the proprietary format.
You are right that if you want to buy books from Amazon you have to either buy them on your PC, convert them and drag and drop them, or you can root the Nook and put the Kindle app on it - which is possibly a bit too much hassle for some people.

However, there are loads of bookstores that stock .epub books and it isn't really any hassle to buy them on a PC and drag and drop them on to a Nook and it doesn't have to be rooted. For the odd occasions when it isn't possible to do this, then books can be bought directly on the Nook from Barnes and Noble over a wi-fi connection.

Yep, I pretty much covered that in posts #62 and #71, you would be surprised the amount of technophobes though that do not even know how to drag and drop files, let alone convert them with plugins in calibre. It is that market whereby the walled gardens of buying through a dedicated store that Barnes & Noble and Amazon rely on.

It does have its advantages for those that subscribe to daily newspapers, for me personally I am quite happy to stick with my old trusty well built Sony PRS-650 that does not have and frankly I have no need for an online shop. I never even used Barnes & Nobles shop on the 1st Edition Nook.

Edited By: cicobuff on Jul 11, 2014 01:39
cicobuff
ukros
There's a great deal of misinformation going on here!

I own a Nook and so does my mum (and my OH owns a Kobo)

The Nook uses the open standard .epub format for books, exactly the same as a Kobo.

The Nook is not locked to Barnes and Noble. You can buy .epub books from any store (or get free ones from Gutenburg etc) on your PC and simply drag and drop them into the Nook, either to internal memory or microSD.

If you want to buy books from Amazon then you will need to convert them to .epub from their proprietary format - this can be done very simply and quickly on your PC using Calibre with the Apprentice Alf plugin installed.

It is not necessary to root the Nook to do any of the above!

I have rooted my Nook, but I can run it as a standard Nook (most of the time) or as a simple Android tablet by just pressing one button. I have the Opera mobile browser installed (quite usable if you set it to default to landscape) and it's more than adequate as a quick email checker if my phone is not to hand. It's also possible to add a Kindle app - but I haven't bothered with this because I use Calibre on my PC.

In short, this is a great little reader and £29 is a good price.

There is no misinformation going on here.

To be able to buy books from anywhere else ON the Nook itself you have to root it, I already mentioned if you want to buy books from Amazon you have to convert using Calibre (unless your Nook is rooted and using the Kindle app through android).

Where is there misinformation on this thread?

Try posts #20 and #21 for a start!

I was just trying to make it crystal clear that the Nook uses an open format, .epub, just like the Kobo. It is Amazon who have the proprietary format.
You are right that if you want to buy books from Amazon you have to either buy them on your PC, convert them and drag and drop them, or you can root the Nook and put the Kindle app on it - which is possibly a bit too much hassle for some people.

However, there are loads of bookstores that stock .epub books and it isn't really any hassle to buy them on a PC and drag and drop them on to a Nook and it doesn't have to be rooted. For the odd occasions when it isn't possible to do this, then books can be bought directly on the Nook from Barnes and Noble over a wi-fi connection.
ukros
There's a great deal of misinformation going on here!

I own a Nook and so does my mum (and my OH owns a Kobo)

The Nook uses the open standard .epub format for books, exactly the same as a Kobo.

The Nook is not locked to Barnes and Noble. You can buy .epub books from any store (or get free ones from Gutenburg etc) on your PC and simply drag and drop them into the Nook, either to internal memory or microSD.

If you want to buy books from Amazon then you will need to convert them to .epub from their proprietary format - this can be done very simply and quickly on your PC using Calibre with the Apprentice Alf plugin installed.

It is not necessary to root the Nook to do any of the above!

I have rooted my Nook, but I can run it as a standard Nook (most of the time) or as a simple Android tablet by just pressing one button. I have the Opera mobile browser installed (quite usable if you set it to default to landscape) and it's more than adequate as a quick email checker if my phone is not to hand. It's also possible to add a Kindle app - but I haven't bothered with this because I use Calibre on my PC.

In short, this is a great little reader and £29 is a good price.

There is no misinformation going on here.

To be able to buy books from anywhere else ON the Nook itself you have to root it, I already mentioned if you want to buy books from Amazon you have to convert using Calibre (unless your Nook is rooted and using the Kindle app through android).

Where is there misinformation on this thread?
There's a great deal of misinformation going on here!

I own a Nook and so does my mum (and my OH owns a Kobo)

The Nook uses the open standard .epub format for books, exactly the same as a Kobo.

The Nook is not locked to Barnes and Noble. You can buy .epub books from any store (or get free ones from Gutenburg etc) on your PC and simply drag and drop them into the Nook, either to internal memory or microSD.

If you want to buy books from Amazon then you will need to convert them to .epub from their proprietary format - this can be done very simply and quickly on your PC using Calibre with the Apprentice Alf plugin installed.

It is not necessary to root the Nook to do any of the above!

I have rooted my Nook, but I can run it as a standard Nook (most of the time) or as a simple Android tablet by just pressing one button. I have the Opera mobile browser installed (quite usable if you set it to default to landscape) and it's more than adequate as a quick email checker if my phone is not to hand. It's also possible to add a Kindle app - but I haven't bothered with this because I use Calibre on my PC.

In short, this is a great little reader and £29 is a good price.
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Nook simple touch (not glowlight) in stock online at Blackwells: £31.50 delivered

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Ok, so it's not the cheapest the Nook simple touch has ever been but you'll struggle to find it this cheap and in stock online anywhere else. It's listed at £29 but there's a £2.50 delivery fee so the…
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Still in stock. Thanks.
Got my Nook simple touch last year as it was such a good price and I wanted to get back into reading novels after years of neglect. I am now working my way through a mix of great classics and top-rated thrillers and really enjoying it, having probably read more books in the last year than I had in the previous decade.

I really like the fact the Nook has a touchscreen. It's a doddle to turn the page with a quick tap of your thumb on the right-hand side of the screen while holding it in your hand and for me, easier than using the side buttons which need a firmer press to do the same thing. The touchscreen is also great for quick highlighting of words you want to look up in the dictionary. As an e-reader for reading outdoors in the sun and indoors during the day, the Nook simple touch is an excellent little device but I would suggest that if you read in the evening under artificial light or like dimmed lighting in the room, the glowlight model is probably the better option to go for.
Thanks..
Bought one of these when they were on offer last year for my daughter and returned it as battery life was less than half that of my Kindle (it was much less than that until I registered it). Got a second with the same result. In the end paid twice as much for the Kindle and daughter is much happier with it. Kindle is less bulky, feels better put together and (in my experience) has a vastly superior battery life. Another strange thing with the Nooks we had is that went the battery went you had little or no warning which was incredibly annoying. On the Kindle you can get another hour or two of reading after the warning.

It is a good price but for me the Kindle is better value.
Voted hot. I think these are OK. Have used on holiday abroad in the sun and read screen OK. Have had no reliability probs and battery life is excellent. Have converted ebooks from other sellers to a format that the Nook can read. I have a second one and I am trying to get my other half to use but she prefers real books.
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Nook SImple Touch £29 ( Not the Glowlight), £2.50 UK postage @ blackwell £31.50

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Basic eReader - no back lighting -with touch screen control. Have been using the Glowlight version for over 1 year and like the interface. Buy your epub books from any source and side load them, or…
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I got one of these last year, well pleased with it until its screen froze and i've not managed to free it. any one else had this problem.?
Been looking for a NOOK ereader as my NOOK HD+ is great as a tablet but not ideal for reading. Missed this last time it was at this price due to quickly selling out so was glad to find this, thanks OP.

Still have stock left; ordered Tuesday and should come tomorrow (Thu) to coincide with £5 cover from B&N.

Thanks again.
Can you stop saying "it's not a deal" or "it's at that price everywhere" then downvoting. This particular e-reader at this price has been out of stock for so long it's not funny. I've been looking for one for an absolute age and thanks to all you downvoters people stopped posting them on here. Thank you rarrar, I've finally managed to get one.
My favourite E-reader. I bought one months ago when the price first dropped and have read countless books on it. Ordered one of these from Blackwells as a back up last Friday and it came the next day! Avoid the glow version as my friend has one and within a week had scratched the screen, also, side by side, i preferred the screen on the simple touch, there was something off about the screen on the glow.
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Selected Studio Ghibli Bluray £7.49 (£5.99 + P&P) ..... Blackwells

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A couple of Studio Ghibli films on Bluray at a decent price. Laputa, Castle in the Sky http://bookshop.blackwell.co.uk/jsp/id/Laputa___Castle_in_the_Sky/5055201815996 Castle of Cagliostro ht…
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snap but mine are totoro, laptua and earthsea

only problem with this company is they have taken payment twice. one is s holiding payment that will be refunded. not to happy about this as its pushed me into my overdraft...
My 2 Blurays arrived today in one parcel and I've a card to pick up another parcel which was too big for the letterbox. (I'm not expecting anything else so reckon it's the rest of my order). The invoice did say that my order may come in separate parcels.

Castle of Cagliostro and Laputa I received are the double play Bluray/DVDs like these:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Laputa-Castle-Double-Play-Blu-ray/dp/B004OQJSLS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1392059844&sr=8-1&keywords=laputa+castle+in+the+sky+blu+ray

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Castle-Of-Cagliostro-Blu-ray-DVD/dp/B008V7NY8Y/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1392059894&sr=8-1&keywords=cagliostro
has anyone's arrived yet?
i lie.. i did get an email to say dispatched and i ignored it
yup. mine have been dispatched but i didnt get any email. just checked my order
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NOOK HD 8GB in Snow £79.99 @ Blackwell's pick up ~(+£3.50 delivered)

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in stock atm, can't see a better price right now
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this is how much it is now, and how much it has been for many months, so not really a deal ..

Edited By: HankHandsome on Jan 21, 2014 22:01
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Nook SimpleTouch (£29.00) in store at Heffers / Blackwells (Cambridge) - possibly national?

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Just been in to Heffers (Blackwells) in Cambridge and they had a lot of Nook SimpleTouch's on the shelf for £29. They were previously available online through Blackwells, but now seem to have sol…
Joefez Avatar3y, 3m agoFound 3 years, 3 months ago30 Comments
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Can you use Calibre with Nook?
Yes

Excellent - sounds like a wife Xmas present then :)
Can these rum modified firmware
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Just called up
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This is a brilliant ereader and I now feel real sorry for my Kindle 4, though I do use it more outside as it's slightly more robust than the Nook. But finding your books on the Nook is so much easier and it's a no brainer considering the Kindle's equivalent is the Paperwhite which is still £99 in my local Tesco. This sells out immediately especially when in stock at John Lewis (2 year guarantee). The covers afre great too and the green Nook cover is £6.99 at Argos at the mo. Log into http://www.stockinformer.co.uk and it will keep you updated when new Nook stock arrives so you can order online. Heat added. 8)

UPDATE: Aberdeen John Lewis now only has 44 Left. If you call them (01224 625000) they will take order on the phone and ship them free of charge.

Just called up John Lewis Nottingham as stockinformer said they have stick. They don't - however the person looked up stock around the country and said there was quite a lot of stock in various places (Aberdeen has 51). Suggest people wanting one check with John Lewis in their area and get them sent to local store. I've had two sent from Aberdeen to Edinburgh - and 2 year guarantee, nice.

Just came off the phone with John lewis Aberdeen, was told they are in stock but the promotion has ended and now sell at £69.00 :(

They took my credit card number and shipped them to me. They did get mixed up about the more expensive £69 one with me and I said I wanted the £29 one. Mine haven't arrived yet - hoping they do now as I have bought cases for them. They only took £58 from the Credit Card.

Edited By: johnuni on Aug 15, 2013 10:47
captainbeaky
Did you know that you could get free legal ebooks from your local library (those weird buildings that only old people go to).

As a member of a number of libraries across the UK (yeah I've moved a lot!), I love the fact that so many have picked up on ebook lending. Check it out - all you need is your library card number and PIN. I would say that the collections still seem in their infancy, though I know many libraries are adding new titles all the time. You'll generally find newer books alongside the classics (which you can get for free from project gutenberg too).

Oh and do support your local library. They are immensely valuable resources and it is an absolute crime that these fantastic places are being closed down across the country.

Edited By: Joefez on Aug 15, 2013 10:30: grammar!

Yeah, I was very specific, regarding which one. He told me he was aware of it and then gave me the response I posted.

ewww, sorry to hear it. Avoid John Lewis in that case! Saw another deal today - looks like they are back in Asda...
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Nook simple touch is back in stock £31.50 @ Blackwell

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I know not everyone likes nook, but for those who missed the ASDA deal yesterday, it may be the only chance to grab one online. The price is £29 plus £2.5 standard delivery. Priority delivery is avai…
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Thanks a lot mate! I was desperately looking another one for gift and was about to give up. These are nowhere to be found if you have changed your mind recently. So I'm not sure why this is cold. This is (unlike many places) in stock and from a well known retailer.

And for those that complain about delivery, I bought mine in store, so it was just £ 29.

Heat added!
I know not everyone likes nook

I don't mind a Nook... but I still prefer the full Nookie :p
If you can find it cheaper mark it cold, if you cant then its a good deal and mark it hot - simples!
MRR_ltd
Pretty desperate to pay anything more than £29 for this. Would expect it to be hand delivered at this price.

It is £29, but delivery is £2.50.

Personally, I'm a bit cheesed off with all the smart Alec comments about it being RRP and not a good deal. These things are rare as hen's teeth at the moment and for those of us who weren't fortunate enough to purchase when they were in abundance, it's very useful to be informed where they can still be found. The device can be easily rooted and the Kindle Android app loaded which allows access to the Amazon Kindle bookstore as well as the Nook bookstore. If that isn't a bargain for £29, I don't know what is. OK, so I've invited the smart Alec's to respond. Enjoy! :)
MRR_ltd
Suprised these are still high in demand, expecting everyone to have one of these by now lol

Wonder where you lot have been that's still hunting for a Nook.

Because I changed my mind :)
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Nook HD/HD+ Power Kit - £17.45 @ Blackwell's

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Hard to get hold of in the UK. And with the Nook HD/HD+ being discontinued it might be a good idea to pick up a spare charger/cable as they could be very hard to find in future. Can also be reserved i…
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No, this is just a travel adaptor, the most important thing (the 30 pin to USB lead) is not included
calenture
lol..u beat me to it mpkernow !
:)

Arrived from the Netherlands in 3 days tracked, pretty good service. Bit expensive for a charger, but a just in case measure as B&N are pulling the nook hd+ (which is a lovely tablet for the money) so worth it I think
Don't forget £back - eg TopCashBack 5.25% at Nook UK.
http://www.topcashback.co.uk/nook-uk/

Edited By: mk-donald on Jul 31, 2013 17:00
lol..u beat me to it mpkernow !
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Nook simple touch £29.00 @ blackwell

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Still available at Blackwell's bookshop, 100 Charing Cross Road. If not in London i think they can deliver. Got one yesterday said had 46 in stock and expecting more end of week Shared Via The HUK…
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... and if you still want one, you'll find it hard to find one price ABOVE £29.00
I think everyone in the country has one now
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NOOK Reader Blackwell's £29.00 yet again

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Once again the Nook for £29. It appears to be in stock although I haven't ordered as already purchased from previous deals. Good luck + £2.50 standard P&P or £3.50 priority - Shine600
NastyNesty Avatar3y, 6m agoFound 3 years, 6 months ago19 Comments
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Mine arrived today - and the screens knackered :(

Hope they have another to replace it :(
I've just ordered another - even the mrs was impressed ;)
Ordered this morning, dispatch email just arrived.
nadiab94
Cold Nooks are rubbish!!!
Do you actually know anything about the subject? Care to enlighten us dullards with any scraps of information to justify that opinion?
nadiab94
Cold Nooks are rubbish!!!

avoid "Cold Nooks" they'll have your eye out.:{
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Up To £15 off Nook Accessories from Blackwells - From £7.95

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I took a Nook from Blackwell's when I picked one for £29 recently. Today I got the email suggesting that I could get up to £15 off the price of some Nook accessories: 'Now you've got your lo…
notnowbernard Avatar3y, 6m agoFound 3 years, 6 months agoAdd Comment
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Nook Simple Touch @ 29.00 is back in stock ONLINE at Blackwell's (plus £2.50 p&p)

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Sorry, still another "back in stock" notification for those who are still looking to buy a Nook Simple Touch.
Cordelia000 Avatar3y, 6m agoFound 3 years, 6 months ago30 Comments
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Mine turned up today. Thanks Cordelia000.
I manage to get on from Sainsbury on Sat and it came with version 1.2.0 and was so easy to root it with android. Found this step by step article and done in no time at all!

Put perfect viewer on the nook and comics are awesome on there :)

http://www.babblingengineer.com/how-to/how-i-turned-my-nook-into-an-e-reader-monster/
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Topcashback 10.1% should go most of the way to negating the postage cost.
Read a wee more and you will know better. Here follows a fictional account of what happened :-
"John, we've secured a large batch of specially discounted Nooks for sale at £29, as for ASDA, Argos..."
"Great David, put it up online asap."
"Yes Sir, Okay Dokey"
...
"John, what have you done you idiot. The Nooks are getting the cashbak of 10.1% plus free postage wiping out our profit."
"Ooops , sorry David, I'll get on it, right away"
"Hello Fred, this is John here, could you immediately removed free postage on the web site."
"Hello Ken, could you tell Quidco and Topcashback to exclude Nook off the cashback."
"Hello, Sue, it's John here, could you halt all despatches of our Nooks and send out apologies emails with out of stock messages due to overwhelming demand to those who had ordered."
.....
"Hello Fred, this is John here, I hope that we have sorted out the mess now, could you make Nook on sale again for £29 plus postage."


Patronisation not required thank you, there was nothing factually incorrect about my contribution to the forum.
OK, let me do the work for you then, cut and paste:
Topcashback : NOOK E-READERS AND NOOK PRODUCTS ARE NOT AVAILABLE THROUGH THE AFFILIATE CHANNEL AND CASHBACK WILL NOT BE PAID.
Quidco : Terms & conditions •Please note that cashback is not available on NOOK sales
JuddyB
davidrondel92
Thanks for placing your order with Blackwell Online. We're sorry, but unfortunately we are now not able to supply the following item:

ISBN : 1400699037 NOOK Simple Touch
Reason: Unable to supply

We have therefore cancelled your order for this item. You have not been charged.

Please note that 'Unable to supply' can refer to any one of the following reasons:
- We have been unable to contact the supplier regarding this title.
- The book is now Out of Print.
- The ISBN is not recognised by our supplier.
- Our supplier no longer has distribution rights - now unknown.
- Title has shown 'Reprinting - Date not Known' for six months - no date known for publication.
- Title has shown 'Publisher out of stock' for six months - no date known for stock becoming available.

We apologise for the inconvenience, and hope you will continue to shop with us in future.

Blackwell Customer Services can be contacted between the hours of 08:00 and 18:00 (UK time) Monday to Friday, on +44 (0)1865 333536.
You can also contact us at the following e-mail address: [email protected]

With best wishes,

Blackwell Customer Services

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Hey, I just wanted to help you out by telling you about this website which checks stocks automatically:
http://stockinformer.co.uk/checker-nook-simple-touch

John Lewis stocks keep being replaced hourly by only 10 or so units each time. Turn on the sound on the website and it plays a siren when the stock comes back in - so you don't have to watch it constantly! Hope this helps on your search for a Nook :O
This is impressive! I bet there's loads of people who would have wanted this help. At this moment there is 1 in stock in John Lewis with 2 year guarantee.
davidrondel92
Thanks for placing your order with Blackwell Online. We're sorry, but unfortunately we are now not able to supply the following item:

ISBN : 1400699037 NOOK Simple Touch
Reason: Unable to supply

We have therefore cancelled your order for this item. You have not been charged.

Please note that 'Unable to supply' can refer to any one of the following reasons:
- We have been unable to contact the supplier regarding this title.
- The book is now Out of Print.
- The ISBN is not recognised by our supplier.
- Our supplier no longer has distribution rights - now unknown.
- Title has shown 'Reprinting - Date not Known' for six months - no date known for publication.
- Title has shown 'Publisher out of stock' for six months - no date known for stock becoming available.

We apologise for the inconvenience, and hope you will continue to shop with us in future.

Blackwell Customer Services can be contacted between the hours of 08:00 and 18:00 (UK time) Monday to Friday, on +44 (0)1865 333536.
You can also contact us at the following e-mail address: [email protected]

With best wishes,

Blackwell Customer Services

http://forum-images.hardware.fr/images/perso/4/dovakor.gif

Hey, I just wanted to help you out by telling you about this website which checks stocks automatically:
http://stockinformer.co.uk/checker-nook-simple-touch

John Lewis stocks keep being replaced hourly by only 10 or so units each time. Turn on the sound on the website and it plays a siren when the stock comes back in - so you don't have to watch it constantly! Hope this helps on your search for a Nook :O
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NOOK® Simple Touch GlowLight™ £69.00 at Blackwells

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After all the sales of the Simple version last week at £29 the Glowlight version is now reduced to £69 down from £109 Not quite as good a deal but still cheaper than a normal Kindle! In stoc…
jawarwick Avatar3y, 6m agoFound 3 years, 6 months ago12 Comments
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dale2
Wouldn't touch them with a barge pole, unreliable online seller.


Same to me too
souljacker
I wouldn't go near this company, took my money, canceled my order then when i complained closed my account without telling me

By the way, this version was reduced last week when the simple touch was, nothing new here


Same to me too
John Lewis ( and everyone else) sell for this price but with 2 years warranty.
Wouldn't touch them with a barge pole, unreliable online seller.
:O An extra £40 seems a lot of money just to have the glowlight. You could buy two standard Nooks for that price and still have £10 left over
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Nook Simple Touch £29.00 at Blackwell's plus other reductions

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Blackwell's also have the NOOK Simple Touch for £29. NOOK HD (8GB) is £129 NOOK HD (16GB) is £159 NOOK® HD+ (16GB) is £179 NOOK® HD+ (32GB) is £199 NOOK® Simple Touch GlowLight™ is £69
Cephas Avatar3y, 7m agoFound 3 years, 7 months ago160 Comments
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Just received my two from Very (ordered 1st May)...total cost after topcashback was just over £30 for the two.
I just received a refund of £5 as I had bought the glow before the email offering the code. So glow cost me £64 but as I previously said it isn't worth getting over the £29 non glow version.

Will be sending mine back as soon as possible.
Finally got some sort of response to my website query as to their handling of this and when i try to log into my account to see the message my account doesn't exist :| looks like they have just closed it without telling me.

Awful company, will avoid in future

Edited By: souljacker on May 08, 2013 12:50
Surprise, the Nook has been rec'd this morning via Royal Mail. Wonder how many orders they actually met?
Just received my Nook from Blackwell through Royal Mail Second Class Packet :)
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Heroes - Season 1-4 Complete (2012 Repackage) Blu Ray | £8.99 @ Blackwells

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The complete seasons One to Four of the US TV drama series about ordinary people across the globe who discover they have extraordinary powers. In Season One, as they discover their new found talents,
groakybaby Avatar3y, 9m agoFound 3 years, 9 months ago53 Comments
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mine has arrived also. thanks op. plenty to watch now.
Well, mine arrived today. Blu-ray edition. Nice :)
whilst on lunch i got an email saying it has been dispatched, checked the status this morning and has the word cancelled, but now updated to shipped...?? hopefully it`ll arrive, as never watched it when aired so be good to see what its all about.
Up to £81.99 so looks like a digit was missed
Cancelled. Boo