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Kobo Clara HD Ebook Reader £89.99 (poss 8.4% TCB) from Kobo
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Kobo Clara HD Ebook Reader £89.99 (poss 8.4% TCB) from Kobo

£89.99£109.9918%Kobo Deals
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Posted 11th Apr
Fair price for some ebook readers direct from Kobo at the moment,
add in 8.4% TCB and an upgrade could be the go, direct from Kobo, especially if you've got a bunch of points you need to spend!

I've noted that it's a similar price in google for some other stores but no cashback!
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If you use a Kobo you should learn what Calibre is. Manage your own ebook library. The Kobo will read a lot of different ebook formats but it works best with its own brand of epub files which are called kepubs. Calibre can convert any book format to this so it can give you better looking text and layout on a Kobo.
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Same price at John Lewis, but out of stock. Yesterday it was £109 and out of stock so they seem to be price matching on OOS items.

Very nice reader. Heat.
Edited by: "banjomike" 11th Apr
I got one on Black Friday (still waiting on my cashback from Argos via Quidco). It replaced my old Kindle and I was hesitant to go from buttons to a touchscreen. Very pleased with it on the whole and nice to be out of the shadow of Amazon
If you use a Kobo you should learn what Calibre is. Manage your own ebook library. The Kobo will read a lot of different ebook formats but it works best with its own brand of epub files which are called kepubs. Calibre can convert any book format to this so it can give you better looking text and layout on a Kobo.
Decent for that one, but I bought the H2O Aura last week and it was £20 cheaper then, so that has actually gone up!
I've got the Aura H20 and and original Aura, and they're the best ereaders I've ever owned, and I've been using ereaders since I had a Sony PRS700 imported from Japan back in 2008, which somehow still has features other readers don't have yet and if it wasn't for Sony being crap on software support I would still use it. It's the first time since I retired the Sony I've really got on with a reader and the Kobo software support is top notch with older readers being supported just as well as new ones.
Rustybucket11/04/2019 15:46

If you use a Kobo you should learn what Calibre is. Manage your own ebook …If you use a Kobo you should learn what Calibre is. Manage your own ebook library. The Kobo will read a lot of different ebook formats but it works best with its own brand of epub files which are called kepubs. Calibre can convert any book format to this so it can give you better looking text and layout on a Kobo.



Gotta say that Calibre is the most unfriendly software and so complicated. This could have been a great app, but the interface is hell on earth. Yes, it does everything, but for a basic book app, it really makes life difficult.
Eventually I need to think about replacing my original kobo touch I got in the staples deal all them years back. It's still going strong but would really like something which is backlit.
chris_clark11/04/2019 22:28

Eventually I need to think about replacing my original kobo touch I got in …Eventually I need to think about replacing my original kobo touch I got in the staples deal all them years back. It's still going strong but would really like something which is backlit.


I did this last year and the difference is night and day. It's much more responsive and I now wouldn't be without the backlight. It has very good integration with Calibre.
dwl998 m ago

I did this last year and the difference is night and day. It's much more …I did this last year and the difference is night and day. It's much more responsive and I now wouldn't be without the backlight. It has very good integration with Calibre.


Sounds good thats a annoying bit with the kobo touch with it not allways registering the presses and isn't the fastest.

I have used calibre from the start with my kobo it's worked well for me everything converted or already in epub for me.
Sphere9 h, 47 m ago

Gotta say that Calibre is the most unfriendly software and so complicated. …Gotta say that Calibre is the most unfriendly software and so complicated. This could have been a great app, but the interface is hell on earth. Yes, it does everything, but for a basic book app, it really makes life difficult.


There's nothing wrong with the Calibre interface, it just needs a small amount of time and effort to learn how to make use of the huge amount of things it can do.
How good and even is the light on this? I have a Kindle Paperwithe 7th gen that will not connect to the computer
It’s not the port or cable as a Kindle keyboard, Nook Glowwhite and another e reader connect ok, same port same cable. Heat added.
Sphere11th Apr

Gotta say that Calibre is the most unfriendly software and so complicated. …Gotta say that Calibre is the most unfriendly software and so complicated. This could have been a great app, but the interface is hell on earth. Yes, it does everything, but for a basic book app, it really makes life difficult.


I think Calibre is a good example of how to design an interface with all the non-essential options and settings kept 1or 2 levels down from the main menu buttons which are pretty intuitive.
Calibre is one of THE best softwares I've had in decades..
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