Amazon Kindle WiFi plus TDK DVD+R spindle - pack of 25 £65.50 @Tesco direct with code
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Amazon Kindle WiFi plus TDK DVD+R spindle - pack of 25 £65.50 @Tesco direct with code

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Found 1st Oct 2012
Simply adding the new Kindle to the basket and something else of the value of £6 or more will allow you to use the £10 off code TD-MXTN

For the purpose of that deal I added a pack of 25 DVDs but it could be anything else that you may be interested in as long as it costs £6 or more.

The voucher is £10 off a £75 purchase

There are no any cases for the Kindle in reasonable prices apart from the ones that are designed for the Kindle Keyboard which is slightly larger than the new Kindle 6".
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all this kindle is a bit too outdated, worth a look at kobo new reader, glo, only 99£ but tiouchscreen and lighted + super resolution. Not saying that this is not good for the money, but still it's expensive for a non touch device.
good price for nice little tool, have some heat.
so you save £3.50 and get a pack of dvd's u really didn't need xD
I used a touch kindle the other day, couldn't really see the value of the touch for reading the books. Actually felt better to use the buttons then touch certain parts of the screen to flip the page (wasn't particularly responsive!). So wouldn't be put off by the non touch aspect of this.
Sporadic

so you save £3.50 and get a pack of dvd's u really didn't need xD



Probably better to spend the £6 on something you do need then.
V6ALFISTI

I used a touch kindle the other day, couldn't really see the value of the … I used a touch kindle the other day, couldn't really see the value of the touch for reading the books. Actually felt better to use the buttons then* touch certain parts of the screen to flip the page (wasn't particularly responsive!). So wouldn't be put off by the non touch aspect of this.


*then or than? Asking because I'm not quite sure what you mean otherwise.
Ashan85

all this kindle is a bit too outdated, worth a look at kobo new reader, … all this kindle is a bit too outdated, worth a look at kobo new reader, glo, only 99£ but tiouchscreen and lighted + super resolution. Not saying that this is not good for the money, but still it's expensive for a non touch device.

want touch screen device? Get an iPhone. Simples.
rodman

want touch screen device? Get an iPhone. Simples.



Because they are really cheap and good for reading books on aren't they . . . oO
Touch has a larger battery I think but agree that the touchscreen is not needed
The touchscreen drives me mad ! I prefer my original Kindle just because I used to be able to flick a bit of dust off the screen without flicking forwards or backwards and completely losing my place !!!!
rodman

want touch screen device? Get an iPhone. Simples.


stupid comparison, an iphone is a phone. an ereader is an ereader. For those of you that want to highlight, take notes, use dictionaries, search via google, wikipedia, add notes tell me: how will you do it with a Dpad? if the word or phrase is at the bottom of the page: happy presses on buttons? Kobo, Sony, Nook, Kindle they all have touchscreen ereaders, this is the future, and Sony has both - touch+keys.
Of course I know you were trying to be funny like Alexander, but you were more like Sergey.
V6ALFISTI

I used a touch kindle the other day, couldn't really see the value of the … I used a touch kindle the other day, couldn't really see the value of the touch for reading the books. Actually felt better to use the buttons then touch certain parts of the screen to flip the page (wasn't particularly responsive!). So wouldn't be put off by the non touch aspect of this.


Depends on the style of reading, I usually have questions, want to search something on google or wiki, want to take some notes or better to use the dictionary, for me non touch is a pain, that's why all the phones are touch nowadays. You have your point though, buttons are a good extra but only Sony and Nook have them...

There are no any cases for the Kindle in reasonable prices apart from the … There are no any cases for the Kindle in reasonable prices apart from the ones that are designed for the Kindle Keyboard which is slightly larger than the new Kindle 6



Did you at least try to check amazon? I spent hours on there looking for the right case (not because there weren't too few) and ended up with a perfect one for 10 quid (incl shipping)...
Edited by: "m4574" 2nd Oct 2012
Buttons and e-ink is by miles the best option for a reader. I can't see why many people would want anything other than this to read books. It is small, light and does all you need. If I hadn't invested in the keyboard version a few years back I would have no hang ups buying this.
m4574

Did you at least try to check amazon? I spent hours on there looking for … Did you at least try to check amazon? I spent hours on there looking for the right case (not because there weren't too few) and ended up with a perfect one for 10 quid (incl shipping)...



I think iammienta meant there are no good cases at Tesco Direct (hence why the DVDs are included to get the price up and not a case)

I could be wrong though!
swissrebel

I think iammienta meant there are no good cases at Tesco Direct (hence … I think iammienta meant there are no good cases at Tesco Direct (hence why the DVDs are included to get the price up and not a case)I could be wrong though!



That's what I meant.
Sporadic

so you save £3.50 and get a pack of dvd's u really didn't need xD



Maybe the OP did need them?



Edited by: "seefman" 2nd Oct 2012
You could put anything for 6 pound from Tesco Direct I put a toy for my daughter

Then you save some more money from Quidco + Tesco clubcard points

Thought of posting the deal today as I did same in the morning, but the OP has done it before me
Re the Touch vs Button debate...

I just sold a "Kobo Touch" and got a "normal" Kindle instead.

Reasons for change were:

- Screen got grubby (not much, just enough to annoy me).
- Battery life reduced in Touch..... for obvious reasons.
- Easier page turns using button on Kindle.


Theres nothing wrong with the Kobo Touch from a reading point of view though.



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if you buy a case for it you can save another £5, I got Kindle and pink case for the wife for £68. not bad.
and it is in stock, i've just ordered one for collection.
tempted for the wife for xmas
nasteestu

out of stock



No it is not
Code expired :-(
Just tried and the code is well and truly expired.
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