Kindle Wireless Reading Device, Wi-Fi, Graphite, 6" Display £111 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Kindle is Amazon.com's #1 bestselling item for two years running. It's the most-wished-for, most-gifted, and has the most 5-star reviews of any product on Amazon.com. Now it's even better.

* All-New, High-Contrast E Ink Screen – 50% better contrast with latest E Ink Pearl technology
* Read in Bright Sunlight - No glare
* New and Improved Fonts - New crisper, darker fonts
* New Sleek Design – 21% smaller body while keeping the same 6" size reading area
* 17% Lighter - Only 241 grams, weighs less than a paperback
* Battery Life of One Month - A single charge lasts up to one month with wireless off
* Double the Storage - Up to 3,500 books
* Built-In Wi-Fi - Connect at home or on the road
* 20% Faster Page Turns - Seamless reading
* Enhanced PDF Reader - With dictionary lookup, notes, and highlights
* New WebKit-Based Browser - Browse the web over Wi-Fi (experimental)
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1 Like #1
Ummm. Don't really know why you're posting this???

That's just the price they are!
#2
is this an advert? its this price all the time
#3
in fact is was cheaper before xmas due to lower VAT
#4
What part of that is a deal? You might have missed the point of this site. (_;)

That's the RRP from the only place you can buy it. It's £2 more than I paid for on launch.
#5
Yep kindle is a really good device, and is cheap.

But this "dea"l isn't any cheaper than normal !?
#6
soz thought it was cheaper than normal, my mistake:(
#7
Great bit of kit this is not a deal
#8
Yoshi, what you mean its the only place you can buy it? Have you not seen the tescos adverts? And they sell it in john Lewis as well, same price though...
2 Likes #9
YoshimiMac
That's the RRP from the only place you can buy it.


Sorry to be pedantic, but you can buy in-store at Tesco. :p
#10
YoshimiMac
What part of that is a deal? You might have missed the point of this site. (_;)That's the RRP from the only place you can buy it. It's £2 more than I paid for on launch.

You can also buy it at Tesco, saw it in my local tesco the other day same price:)
#11
Its ALWAYS been this price (apart from pre-vat increase when it was 109 when I bought it)
Its so popular it won't fall either
#12
i also saw it in tesco's last night it was on a display on it's own at same price

Edited By: piggy92 on Mar 10, 2011 16:31
1 Like #13
Has anybody mentioned that this isn't really a deal as the Kindle is always this price?
1 Like #14
Most expensive firewood I'VE ever seen...
#15
We have another subzero deal lol
1 Like #16
If purchased from Tesco am I right to think you get Tesco Club card points which in a way make it cheaper than Amazon?
#17
Firewood? (_;)
#18
tawny
If purchased from Tesco am I right to think you get Tesco Club card points which in a way make it cheaper than Amazon?

It should, anyway i'm voting hot but just for the device :)
#19
cath1510
tawny
If purchased from Tesco am I right to think you get Tesco Club card points which in a way make it cheaper than Amazon?
It should, anyway i'm voting hot but just for the device :)

Also nectar points if you go to amazon through nectar.com
#20
cath1510
Firewood? (_;)
Kindle !
#21
Nitro111
cath1510
Firewood? (_;)
Kindle !

Riiiiiiiiiight (_;)
#22
CNET were on about a rumour that Amazon may start giving these away to Prime customers.
My guess, if they do, it will be USA only.
moggy - I think you've been confused by the price for the 3G one and the non-3G
#23
Is odd that none of them are selling it any cheaper come to think of it, would think someone would have discounted it even by just a quid or two.
#24
It's the lowest current price so surely this must be a hot deal?

/sarcasm
#25
Yep, you do get the clubcard points at Tesco!! :D
#26
Pondlife
Is odd that none of them are selling it any cheaper come to think of it, would think someone would have discounted it even by just a quid or two.

I hear that they sell these things at a loss so as to make money on the books themselves.
#27
Well Tesco, John Lewis, PC World and the like can't be making money on the books.
#28
-639deg. Is this some sort of record?
#29
Pondlife
Well Tesco, John Lewis, PC World and the like can't be making money on the books.
Amazon could be selling Kindles to Tesco et al at a loss though. When consoles are sold at a loss by Sony or whoever, the retailer doesn't actually make a loss on the device (they do have very low margins though).

However, I read somewhere that they actually make a loss on some of the best-selling books so I doubt they are making a loss on the hardware too. I suppose they could be making a loss on both the books and the reader as some kind of loss-leader to get the market up and running but that would be a very risky strategy.


Edited By: alasrati on Mar 10, 2011 23:42: .
#30
Has anybody got any kindle to help reignite this sucker?
#31
I stand corrected. I bought one at launch, and Amazon was the only place you could get them. Have never seen them in Tesco etc.
#32
I see added to listing is 10% off voucher code giving you £11.10 off the price of £111.00

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