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Kobo Aura Black eReader £49.99 delivered @ WHSmith
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Daft cheap for this; even second hand ones are going for (a fair bit) more. Stunning display. Sophisticated design. Superb ComfortLight. Kobo Aura was designed specifically for tho… Read more
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stefw825th Feb

Managed to get one, anyone know of any good cases? Struggling to find one …Managed to get one, anyone know of any good cases? Struggling to find one that I know will fit


Ditto. Any good cases? Cheers
Managed to get one, anyone know of any good cases? Struggling to find one that I know will fit
Thanks and
Better than the 1st Kindle? (That's what I have and still use very very occasionally)
Thanks OP But wont let me add one to basket, if you add one to your wishlist and then go to wishlist it shows that they are OOS.
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Kindle Paperwhite Certified Refurbished  - Amazon for £74.99
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Certified Refurbished Kindle Paperwhite E-reader, 6" High Resolution Display (300 ppi) with Built-in Light, Wi-Fi (Black) - Includes Special Offers
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I've had one of these for years and the battery lasts for ages. You can turn the screen light off and still read the text if you have some ambient light. Little tip, load all your books on to this via usb or the amazon site and then turn off wi-fi. The adverts will then magically disappear after a while. I use Calibre for managing my E-book collection, it's awesome.
Tempted, but we've had two Paperwhite's go faulty, and we've only had two. So 100% failure rate. Amazon weren't interested as they were over a year old. Google 'Kindle Screen Freezing' and it's a very common problem, though Amazon tried to deny that they are problematic at all. So we've resorted back to our Sony PRS-650's, that have been going strong for years and years. (Never thought I'd be praising Sony!)
Does this read to you or do you have to get an older one for that? I have a really old non touch screen one that reads to me but I believe they stopped that due to pressure from publishers I guess to sell more audio books!
kidpaddyblue1 h, 40 m ago

I have ordered one of these before and the one I got looked 100% brand new.


Yep, got one for other half recently, and it seems indistinguishable from a new one. I thought the “offers” might be irritating, but they just replace the normal “turned off” images, so not at all intrusive
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I have ordered one of these before and the one I got looked 100% brand new.
All Iain M. Banks Culture series novels on Kindle reduced to £2.99 at Amazon.co.uk
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If you're a fan of Iain M. Banks / Iain Banks (he uses the M. when writing Sci Fi) you'll know this is a great deal as his books are very rarely reduced in price. All of these boo… Read more
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Sadly, already got and read them all. Definitely a great read for any Sci-Fi fans.
Use Of Weapons
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PeterGalbavy4 h, 36 m ago

Have them all in paperback or many in hardback, but I love having them "on …Have them all in paperback or many in hardback, but I love having them "on the road", so thanks for this - I'm about to be poorer again


Capitalism strikes again!
Have them all in paperback or many in hardback, but I love having them "on the road", so thanks for this - I'm about to be poorer again
Excession has always been my favourite, love the minds!
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It's back - free Amazon Kindle eReader (worth £59.99) + 26 issues Radio Times inc double Xmas edition (cover price £67.50) for £49.99 in total @ BuySubscriptions
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The free Kindle Radio Times offer returns - £49.99 gets you 25 copies plus the double Christmas Edition (cover price £2.50 - total £67.50) and a £59.99 Amazon Kindle. £5 Quidco… Read more
Got my kidle yesterday monring. All good. It's a Kindle 8th Edition.
Has anyone who has contacted buysubscriptions received any reply and/or, subsequently, the Kindle?
said within 28 days on when I placed order. Phoned them and they said no, 60 days.

I spoke to manager who said they'd send out within 5 days as it was for a birthday gift... 5 days ago, nothing yet. Fingers crossed.
I ordered mine on 23/07 and received the Kindle on 02/09
wazzygib3rd Oct

Anyone get their kindle?Can't even get a response from them after …Anyone get their kindle?Can't even get a response from them after completing 4 online contact forms in last four weeks.No response at all.Can't find a number for them either



I had responses from the following addresses when I chased them up regarding my missing Kindle... hope it helps...
buysubscriptions@servicehelpline.co.uk
radio.times@servicehelpline.co.uk
New Kobo Aura (Edition 2) eReader £79.95 delivered, online at John Lewis
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John Lewis are currently price matching a competitor: the new version of the Kobo Aura is on their site at £20 off RRP, at £79.95. Includes two-year guarantee and qualifies for fr… Read more
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FlyingMonkeyUK16 m ago

Yes.


ok cheers, I bought a paperwhite in the end, kobos are crap
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FloraNordin25th Sep

does this ereader have adjustable lighting?


Yes.
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does this ereader have adjustable lighting?
only120 m ago

How would one get kindle book on here? Or is that not possible


Yes it's possible and not difficult, but you need a little tech knowledge and it's probably verboten to explain the exact method here.

On another and (naturally) completely unrelated note, Calibre is an excellent program for managing ebook collections in various formats, at least once you've got to grips with the admittedly unintuitive and messy interface.
How would one get kindle book on here? Or is that not possible
Back again - free Amazon Kindle eReader (worth £59.99) + 26 issues Radio Times (cover price £65) for £49.99 in total (£5.25 TCB also) @ BuySubscriptions
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The free Kindle Radio Times offer returns - £49.99 gets you 26 copies (cover price £2.50 - total £65) and a £59.99 Amazon Kindle. £5.25 Topcashback on top as a bonus. Cheap… Read more
Mine finally arrived and I didn't chase them up, I guess they might have been swamped...

Now to figure out how to cancel the RT before I get charged for another load of them.
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gslgregory8 m ago

I'm also still waiting. It would be nice to know if anyone has received …I'm also still waiting. It would be nice to know if anyone has received theirs or had any updates from RT.


I placed my order on the 17th of July over the phone and received my Kindle on the 25th of July...must admit I was very surprised it arrived so quickly as the woman on the phone said it could take up to 28 days...which for those of you that subscribed when this was posted on the 15th of July is well past...by my reckoning it's over 7 weeks now.
thebaldconvict26th Aug

What details did you use to call? I'm ordered mine on the 15th July and …What details did you use to call? I'm ordered mine on the 15th July and nothing, got lots of Radio Times editions through but no Kindle.


I'm also still waiting. It would be nice to know if anyone has received theirs or had any updates from RT.
Pritesh.K25th Aug

Signed up to the offer a month ago and no kindle arrived. I just called …Signed up to the offer a month ago and no kindle arrived. I just called them and they said it is now issued and will be with you within 28 days. Poor service, hope it turns up.


What details did you use to call? I'm ordered mine on the 15th July and nothing, got lots of Radio Times editions through but no Kindle.
Signed up to the offer a month ago and no kindle arrived. I just called them and they said it is now issued and will be with you within 28 days. Poor service, hope it turns up.
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Kindle Paperwhite @ Amazon (prime day) - £79.99 down from £109.99
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Amazon prime day offer on Kindle paperwhite in black and white. Also Kindle voyage on offer for £129.99 down from £169.99 ( https://www.amazon.co.uk/Amazon-Kindle-Voyage-6-Inch-4GB… Read more
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SirSpanky

I was wary with no physical page turn buttons because I find swiping … I was wary with no physical page turn buttons because I find swiping while reading one-handed really awkward, but you can actually tap the right/left edge of the screen to turn pages, which feels really natural. Touch-screen keyboard just makes the device smaller/allows for a bigger screen...


It's even slightly easier than that. If you imagine the screen is divided in two, the left side goes to the previous page and the right to the next page. It's not split down the middle though, it's more like the first 2cm on the left is to go back and the entire screen right of that is for the next page as obviously you tend to want the next page more often than the previous one.
Worth having a quick look in your local tesco for the genuine kindle case as they have been reduced to 7 quid recently. Don't know how many will be left now but better than paying full whack elsewhere.

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Tenterten

I have a number of textbooks in pdf format, but the pages are scanned, … I have a number of textbooks in pdf format, but the pages are scanned, not OCR'd. Can anyone confirm I would be able to add notes to these while reading them on the paperwhite? (The research I've done seems to suggest you can only add notes to PDFs with searchable text)/



I have gone into a scanned PDF document in my Paperwhite and found a notes option but there was no way that I could add any notes.
Apply for an Amazon credit card before you buy and get a £20 gift voucher, just got mine for £59
Good price but thanks to one of chanchis late night deals last year I paid £39 from Tesco Direct! Voted hot for current price and j appreciate you can't go back in time!
Kindle Voyage E-reader, 6" High-Resolution Display (300 ppi) with Adaptive Built-in Light, PagePress Sensors, Wi-Fi was £169.99 now £129.99 @ Amazon
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Kindle Voyage E-reader, 6" High-Resolution Display (300 ppi) with Adaptive Built-in Light, PagePress Sensors, Wi-Fi was £169.99 now £129.99 @ Amazon
I can't stand reading from a backlit LCD screen due to the brightness. This looks ideal.

Cheers
M0nk3h

I could be wrong here, purely because I'm not into e-readers, but … I could be wrong here, purely because I'm not into e-readers, but wouldn't it be much more beneficial to go with a Fire HD 8? It's half the price and you'd still have access to their book store (obvs) and a full blown tablet on top.Interesting to see why people would want a full blown e-reader over a tablet.No vote from me but yeah, feel free to correct me



Kindles are a thing of beauty. You can get lost in them, just like you would a book. Tablets are tablets. Bright, tough on the eyes when you're trying to concentrate, but a great all rounder.
M0nk3h

I could be wrong here, purely because I'm not into e-readers, but … I could be wrong here, purely because I'm not into e-readers, but wouldn't it be much more beneficial to go with a Fire HD 8? It's half the price and you'd still have access to their book store (obvs) and a full blown tablet on top.Interesting to see why people would want a full blown e-reader over a tablet.No vote from me but yeah, feel free to correct me



Two totally different kinds of screens. One is eink and other is the usual which is not very good for reading.
[quote=M0nk3h]I could be wrong here, purely because I'm not into e-readers, but wouldn't it be much more beneficial to go with a Fire HD 8? It's half the price and you'd still have access to their book store (obvs) and a full blown tablet on top.\x0d\x0aInteresting to see why people would want a full blown e-reader over a tablet.\x0d\x0aNo vote from me but yeah, feel free to correct me [/quote]\x0d\x0a\x0d\x0aThe battery of the Voyage last for weeks, and it's much better on the eyes for reading a lot \x0d\x0a
I could be wrong here, purely because I'm not into e-readers, but wouldn't it be much more beneficial to go with a Fire HD 8? It's half the price and you'd still have access to their book store (obvs) and a full blown tablet on top.\x0d\x0a\x0d\x0aInteresting to see why people would want a full blown e-reader over a tablet.\x0d\x0a\x0d\x0aNo vote from me but yeah, feel free to correct me
Kobo Aura H2O Waterproof E-Reader - £115.99 @ Argos
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The Kobo Aura H2O is waterproof, sandproof and dustproof, and has an extra-large 6.8" Carta eInk touchscreen with adjustable light level. Some features include: 6.8 inch e-ink fro… Read more
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I was given a Kobo h20 as s gift, the screen failed after 6 weeks. Approximately 1/3 of it was black. Contacted retailer and Kobo who both had no interest and informed me I'd broken the screen by dropping it. I was advised to buy a new one.
The device hadn't been dropped, it had sat on the bedside table. Worst reader I've owned, I bought a Kindle and have never looked back.
Search the Internet for 'Kobo screen issues' before you buy, I wish I had.
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I find that Kobo's tend to retain their battery charge for a long time if not in use. Not sure about the modern Kindles as the last one I had was 3rd gen
Completely wonderful ereader. I replaced my Kindle with one of these and never looked back. The ability to read in the bath is superb
Also, not buying from Amazon is great too. I tend to get books cheaper.
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Amazon now pricing it at £124.99
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Argos now back to normal price but Amazon still has it for £115.99 (link in the description box)
Certified Refurbished (New) Kindle Paperwhite E-reader, 6" High Resolution Display (300 ppi) with Built-in Light, Wi-Fi (Black) £84.99 after discount Free delivery @ Amazon
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Certified Refurbished Kindle Paperwhite E-reader, 6" High Resolution Display (300 ppi) with Built-in Light, Wi-Fi (Black) £84.99 after £15 discount Free delivery @ Amazon
bargain
Worth mentioning that this is the one which shows ads when it's not in use. +£10 to remove them or call support and hope they do it for free.
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meerar

how do you get the 15 pound discount. sorry if I missed it



It's automatically applied at checkout
meerar

how do you get the 15 pound discount. sorry if I missed it


IT IS A PRIME BENEFIT


From 17/05/2017, when you buy the eligible product (the "Offer"). This offer ends at on 05/06/2017.
The offer only applies to items sold by Amazon at the website amazon.co.uk. The offer does not apply to purchases made from Amazon's Warehouse Deals or from third-party sellers on Amazon Marketplace, even if "fulfilled by Amazon" or "Prime Eligible".
Postage and packing will be applied to each item in accordance with Amazon's standard delivery rates and policies or the participating third-party seller's standard delivery rates and policies, as applicable.
Each customer can claim up to a maximum of one offer.
Unless otherwise specified on the landing page of the relevant promotion, the offer may not be used on pre-existing orders or in conjunction with any other offer.
Each customer can claim up to a maximum of 2 products.
This offer is only available to customers with a trial or paid membership to Amazon Prime or Amazon Student.
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how do you get the 15 pound discount. sorry if I missed it
Amazon Kindle eReader (worth £59.99) + 26 issues Radio Times (cover price £65) for £49.99 in total (£5.75 TCB also) @ BuySubscriptions
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Another Radio Times offer - this time £49.99 gets you 26 copies (cover price £2.50 - total £65) and a £59.99 Amazon Kindle. £5.75 Topcashback on top as a bonus. Cheaper than buyi… Read more
Laurie_Booth5 h, 46 m ago

I've subscribed to the Kindle offer but I have not received the Kindle, …I've subscribed to the Kindle offer but I have not received the Kindle, what should I do?


That's almost 1 year ago now?.

Did you get your Deal around about the time of the OP's initial offer date?, or ...

If you did, then I'd recommend you email/call the magazine publisher's at Radio Times in some way? (asap).

And take it from there perhaps ... )
I've subscribed to the Kindle offer but I have not received the Kindle, what should I do?
Top man mine is waiting at home
Excellent - thank you very much
My kindle has turned up and it's NOT the fire it's the its the latest kindle, hope it puts everyone's mind at rest lol
Amazon.de Kindle Paperwhite Wifi E-Reader White or Black no ads for £94.25
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Amazon Kindle Paperwhite Wifi eReader White or Black @amazon.de for 99.99 euros which currently works out to about £94.25 delivered. Both white and black are available. Unfortunate… Read more
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Why on earth is this cold? Yesterday I ordered a Paperwhite "without special offers" for £90.28.

Note that you can save a few quid by not using Amazon's currency conversion, and using a card with a good exchange rate.
Ordered a Kindle Paperwhite and Kindle Voyage which were delivered today (from within the UK). Saved £60 in total. Many thanks OP.
radiohead9999

​ah, sorry, didn't know that. cheers



No worries, just trying to let the op know why most are voting cold.
mallie21

I'm referencing kindles, everything else is fine.



​ah, sorry, didn't know that. cheers
radiohead9999

i can only speak from my own experience. I ordered Bose headphones from … i can only speak from my own experience. I ordered Bose headphones from Amazon Spain and they delivered to the UK



I'm referencing kindles, everything else is fine.
Kobo Aura Edition 2 - Ereader with backlight- Free shipping! £79.99 kobobooks
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A very good ereader and a good alternative to the Kindle Paperwhite. Supports amost every ebook file type. Usually £99.99 but is on offer with 20% discount.
11.5% topcashback
Fan of Kobo hardware, but their customer support is DIRE. Own three Kobo's in the house, but any future buys I'm switching to Amazon.
I have the first version and prefer it to my latest generation paperwhite. The screen is nicer, there is no frame as such (front is flat with no lip and the screen light is even, unlike the kindle. Pity you can't download kindle books directly to it without faffing around with calibre.
I have both Kobe and kindle,to me the different is kobo you can access the Canadian library all books for free and use Pocket,kindle you got the Amazon resource and kindle email push function,hope this can help someone x
what's the life span on these, reading a lot of reviews of the paperwhite giving up around the 2 year mark?
Amazon Kindle Paperwhite E reader just £89.99 @ Amazon
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Same as argos offer - just from amazon themselves. Works well for me due to gift card balance.
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Is this deal finished? Clicking the "get deal" link shows me the kindle is £109.99?
If you use Amazon chat the associates are normally quite accommodating returns, refunds and price differences. If in doubt, have a chat before returning stuff. They know the returns will cost them and will help.
oO really!
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orciM

But the other deal is the hottest today, it's gone out in the daily … But the other deal is the hottest today, it's gone out in the daily email....yep, I'm sure you're doing everyone other than yourself a favour..... good grief!


it wasn't the hottest at the time of posting - I don't get the daily email, im sure many others don't.
like I say - I've offered an alternative seller selling the same product at the same price - It is a separate deal, allows others to find it in other ways, so calm down, it isn't the end of the world.
But the other deal is the hottest today, it's gone out in the daily email....yep, I'm sure you're doing everyone other than yourself a favour..... good grief!
Amazon Kindle Paperwhite Wifi E-Reader White or Black £89.99 at Argos
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Amazon Kindle Paperwhite Wifi E-Reader White or Black available at Argos at this price. Showing in stock at lots of stores and for home delivery. Also in stock at John Lewis and t… Read more
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Is this seen as a bargain these days? Wow.
hcc27

You buy an e-ink reader because you don't want to burn your eyes reading … You buy an e-ink reader because you don't want to burn your eyes reading for 4h straight on a backlit screen. The difference between eInk and LCD/AMOLED is the backlight - there is none in an eInk screen, it is exactly like paper i.e. you read off reflectd light. E-ink Devices with 'lighting' such as the Paperwhite or the Nook Glowlight light the surface from the top of the screen so there's no transmissive light, unlike a backlit LCD screen. The two devices are meant for entirely different purposes. Of course you can download the Kindle app on a smartphone or tablet and read on an LCD screen, but doing it for a few hours straight will cause eye fatigue for the majority of people, not to mention the blue light wavelengths scientifically proven to cause havoc with your melatonin levels and sleep cycle.


So u just install twilight app for blue light, lower your brightness and most of readers have night option with dark background.
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Picard123

I don't need to turn around, I just look down at the £90 in my wallet … I don't need to turn around, I just look down at the £90 in my wallet that I've saved! X)




Looks like you didn't then, never mind
Picard123

You're obviously from the 'if its on the internet, it must be true' … You're obviously from the 'if its on the internet, it must be true' brigade X)



OK.
MeesterX

Explains everything. Suggest you read more, laugh less.Perhaps it's the … Explains everything. Suggest you read more, laugh less.Perhaps it's the eye strain? Might be making it hard for you to get past the first paragraph



You're obviously from the 'if its on the internet, it must be true' brigade X)
Carrie Fisher's 'Wishful Drinking' Kindle Edition dropped to 99p @ Amazon
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I've just received an email regarding Carrie Fisher's 'Wishful Drinking' which has dropped from £5.99 to 99p for the Kindle Edition. It's also one of Amazon's 'deals of the day'. … Read more
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thanks for this. wanted to read her books for some time.
does this cover the same ground as the Princess Diarist?
NOOK  Simple Touch protective cover 1p @ Sainsburys
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Okay it's a niche deal, being an accessory for a discontinued product. However if you happened to still have and use a NOOK (and why not they are much more robust and cheaper than … Read more
May check out my local sainsburys, I absolutely love my nook ST glowlight. Once rooted being able to use alreader to read across all android devices, as well as the page turn buttons to read one handed with either hand, it's way better than any kindle & you're not locked in to the kindle ecosystem, but can still read kindle books using the kindle app on it.
I love my Kindle Voyage to bits, but I still get pangs of regret at having sacked my Nook.
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HSpin

Excellent price. Several members of my family use the Nook Simple Touch … Excellent price. Several members of my family use the Nook Simple Touch so I'd like to find these if possible. Is there any product code that could be used on a lookup?


The EAN of the one I bought is 9780594514855 if that helps. However I that is colour specific (black). You can easily get codes for other colours by looking at their listings on Amazon or Barnesandnoble.com.

Since the shelf rather than individual boxes was marked reduced, to me that suggests it would be an official/national reduction... where stock still exists - so good luck!.
Excellent price. Several members of my family use the Nook Simple Touch so I'd like to find these if possible. Is there any product code that could be used on a lookup?
HarryFenner

Hmm. Would probably fit similar-size tablets and other brand e-readers.


It won't I am afraid. There are two plastic clips that keep the Nook in place - not elasticated grips like on some other covers. This is a specific cover for the Nook. They are very good quality by the way. Got 3 Nooks on the go still so will look out for these in my local sainsburys - cheers OP.
FREE (was £2.75) Guitar: How to Memorize the Fretboard: Quickly and Easily Learn the Notes on the Guitar Neck (Kindle Edition)
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When I added this to my Amazon wish list, a couple of days ago, it was £2.75. Today I noticed a price drop of 100% Enjoy!
thx
merlinthehappypig

Noticed this one is free too. Came up after purchasing the one in the … Noticed this one is free too. Came up after purchasing the one in the OPhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/Beginner%60s-Guitarist-Acoustic-Guitar-Masterclass-ebook/dp/B015EO0N2G/ref=sr_1_3?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1482793369&sr=1-3&keywords=guitar



Thank you just ordered this one.
Short lived then, as not free now
Best deal possible
Thank you
Amazon Kindle Paperwhite eReader, 6"High Resolution Illuminated Touch Screen, Wi-Fi, With Special Offers, Black
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As per title - with 2 year warranty. 4p cheaper than Amazon too :p
Was waiting for the white one and now its back but costs 110!
Damn, would have taken a white one for £79.95 but OOS.
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I've been keeping an eye out for the price dropping a bit. It's either this or the Kobo Aura Edition 2. I suppose it will all come down to how intrusive the 'special offers' are. I think the KOBO will integrate with your local library too - something I doubt the Paperwhite will (easily) do. Just something to think about...
Many thanks for this! I had bought one from John Lewis a week ago for £109 (I missed the Black Friday deals ) for my wife whose birthday is just after Christmas, and acquired a gift receipt, so now I have bought it again at this reduced price, and I will return the one I purchased before. You saved me £20 so, cheers!!
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Amazon Kindle Paperwhite eReader, 6"High Resolution Illuminated Touch Screen, Wi-Fi, With Special Offers, White - £79.95 @ John Lewis
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As per title with 2 year warranty. Same as previously expired deal I think? White just went out of stock :(
MisterHDUK

Amazon will help you out when out of warranty.


not from my experience. twice.
Appears to be 89.99 not 79.99
mcek

when the price at JL is the same as Amazon or Argos, ALWAYS go with the … when the price at JL is the same as Amazon or Argos, ALWAYS go with the 2-year warranty offer


John Lewis have awful customer service according to their reviews on Trust Pilot uk.trustpilot.com/rev…com
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how do you expire this?
Amazon will help you out when out of warranty.
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