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Kindle Wireless Reading Device, Wi-Fi, Graphite, 6" Display £111 @ Amazon
Kindle Wireless Reading Device, Wi-Fi, Graphite, 6" Display £111 @ Amazon

Kindle Wireless Reading Device, Wi-Fi, Graphite, 6" Display £111 @ Amazon

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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)

32 Comments

Ummm. Don't really know why you're posting this???

That's just the price they are!

is this an advert? its this price all the time

in fact is was cheaper before xmas due to lower VAT

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.

Yep kindle is a really good device, and is cheap.

But this "dea"l isn't any cheaper than normal !?

Original Poster

soz thought it was cheaper than normal, my mistake:(

Great bit of kit this is not a deal

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...

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.

YoshimiMac

What part of that is a deal? You might have missed the point of this … 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:)

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

i also saw it in tesco's last night it was on a display on it's own at same price
Edited by: "piggy92" 10th Mar 2011

Has anybody mentioned that this isn't really a deal as the Kindle is always this price?

Most expensive firewood I'VE ever seen...

We have another subzero deal lol

If purchased from Tesco am I right to think you get Tesco Club card points which in a way make it cheaper than Amazon?

Firewood? (_;)

tawny

If purchased from Tesco am I right to think you get Tesco Club card … 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

cath1510

It should, anyway i'm voting hot but just for the device



Also nectar points if you go to amazon through nectar.com

cath1510

Firewood? (_;)


Kindle !

Nitro111

Kindle !



Riiiiiiiiiight (_;)

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

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.

It's the lowest current price so surely this must be a hot deal?

/sarcasm

Yep, you do get the clubcard points at Tesco!!

Pondlife

Is odd that none of them are selling it any cheaper come to think of it, … 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.

Well Tesco, John Lewis, PC World and the like can't be making money on the books.

-639deg. Is this some sort of record?

Pondlife

Well Tesco, John Lewis, PC World and the like can't be making money on … 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" 10th Mar 2011

Has anybody got any kindle to help reignite this sucker?

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.

I see added to listing is 10% off voucher code giving you £11.10 off the price of £111.00
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