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New: Apple iPod Nano 8GB (black) is £154 or less delivered from

Use the attached voucher to get this price and go through Quidco for 4% (~ £5) cashback lowering the price to less than £150 delivered.

Description: The latest iPod Nano is even thinner than its predecessor – in fact it’s just 6.5mm thin. You can still view photos, thumb through album cover art, even play games and view calendars on the 1.5 inch colour LCD display, but now the screen’s 40% brighter. Carry up to 2,000 songs or as many as 25,000 photos in your pocket, and now enjoy up to 24 hours’ use from the battery – and a quick-fire 1.5-hour fast charge for when your crave music but can’t wait.

PC and Mac compatible. Completely skip-free playback. 24 hours of continuous play from a 3-hour charge; 1.5-hour fast charge to 80% capacity. Autosync your entire iTunes library. Create playlists and rate songs. Shuffle songs or albums. Customise menus. Store and view contacts, calendars and to-do lists. It also features a sleep timer and an alarm clock function.

Accessories: Dock adaptor, earbud headphones, USB 2.0 cable | Battery life: Up to 24 hours | Capacity: 8GB | Dimensions: H90 x W40 x D6.5mm | Guarantee: 1 year | Plays formats: MP3, WAV, AIFF, AAC | Rechargeable lithium-ion battery, dock adaptor | USB 2.0 | Weight: 40g
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ordered 2 days ago from John Lewis with the voucher code
May be I am late then ... :giggle:

Glad you saved Steff ;-)
Thanks edi, good price for this :thumbsup:
Good deal, especially if you're not fussed about Apple's free laser engraving service. Most people don't seem to know about that anyway :)
Not worth it in my opinion, as for an extra £30 tops you could get yourself a brand new 30GB iPod Video.

voted neutral.
Not worth it in my opinion, as for an extra £30 tops you could get yourself a brand new 30GB iPod Video.

voted neutral.

Its a style choice really. If someone isnt going to fill 30GB of music and they are happy with 8GB then the Nano is slimmer and lighter and funkier looking. I dont think you can make a direct comparison. Both have their benefit but are different.

Its like saying you can buy a new mini for £13k but for another £3k you can buy an Alfa - different vehicles, different tastes, different prices.
I understand what you mean Kyle, but i also agree with Kevin's sentiments. I have a lot more music than 8GB, but probably only have about 6GB that I really listen to often enough to warrant putting it on to something like this... :)

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