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£20 discount off Kobo Aura H20 - everywhere not just Argos - £129.99
Found 14th FebFound 14th Feb
Not sure this is a legit "deal" as it seems to have been reduced by £20 everywhere. Clearing the stock for the new model recently released that has double the storage & the com… Read more

Errm I'm confused myself now. It does seem to be the new one but I wouldn't trust some of the retailers to be describing the reader they are actually selling!! Is this the new one? If so even cheaper! https://ao.com/product/n867kubkkep-kobo-aura-h2o-edition-tablet-black-52535-252.aspx


This is the new one. New one Old one

Kobo Aura Black eReader £49.99 delivered @ WHSmith
Found 1st FebFound 1st Feb
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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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.

Kobo Aura Edition 2 - Which? best buy - £ 79.99 with free shipping , was £99.99 @ Kobo
Found 8th Dec 2017Found 8th Dec 2017
Discover a simple and natural eReading experience with Kobo Aura. Get lost in your story on the 6” Carta E Ink touchscreen that’s lightweight and comfortable to hold for hours read… Read more
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Thanks! Grabbed one at John Lewis


Anyone knows how to enable google play and 3rd party android apps on the Kobo aura editions 2 ? Just got my mom one, and there is an android app i need to install which has her favourite books Thanks!


Kindle offers better hardware for the money although has the Amazon restrictions. It's the typical printer ink, shaving kit selling model. I like Kobo but would not get this particular model or a 6" in general, just too small. The Kobo Aura One at 7.8" and 300 DPI is nice but has been 200 quid forever, the price needs to come down.


Just to add - it comes with a 2 year manufactures warranty


It looks like John Lewis have the same price. This includes their 2 year guarantee Good video review from the guys at Goodereader. They also have a comparison video with the Kindle Paperwhite 3 ( watch?v=2YCcmwavzDM )

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Black Friday Deals at Kobo Up to 90% Off
Found 26th Nov 2017Found 26th Nov 2017
Up to 90% Off at Kobo in their Black Friday event.
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Go onto the Goodreads website. Select the genre you like and you will find lots of book reviews. Hope that helps.


Can anyone recommend me some good reads in the sale?


You can use Calibre on PC and Mac to convert between Amazon and Kobo formats


Deal is on the books. You can get a free app from them to read the books.


Pointless.Only their oldest ereader.has 20 off, which is more.expensive and worse than Kindle and I hate Kindle. Nothing on Aura One. What is the.deal exactly?

Currys Ebay store only - Kobo Aura Wi-Fi ONE E-Reader - Black £99.99 (£189.99 in store)
Found 19th Oct 2017Found 19th Oct 2017
Brand new Kobo Aura One 7.8" WiFi ebook reader. Usual price is £189.99. I have one of these and they're superb ereaders. Only a few left so jump in quick.

Open a case. If they don't respond ebay will intervene give you a return label and your money back. It is very important to ignore messages they send outside of the refund case and email. After you get your money back leave negative feedback.


Do not buy, they are sending the Kobo Aura Edition 2.


my wife is disappointed too...... :|


I got a 6" Aura Edition 2. I'm trying to keep the returns process within ebay as suggested by faxmax but I've had no reply from Currys within the last two days


There's more in stock.

New Kobo Aura (Edition 2) eReader £79.95 delivered, online at John Lewis
Found 23rd Aug 2017Found 23rd Aug 2017
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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ok cheers, I bought a paperwhite in the end, kobos are crap




does this ereader have adjustable lighting?


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

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Kobo Aura H2O Waterproof E-Reader - £115.99 @ Argos
Found 17th May 2017Found 17th May 2017
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.


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.


Amazon now pricing it at £124.99


Argos now back to normal price but Amazon still has it for £115.99 (link in the description box)

Kobo Aura Edition 2 - Ereader with backlight- Free shipping! £79.99 kobobooks
Found 22nd Mar 2017Found 22nd Mar 2017
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.

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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?

Borrow ebooks online, free from your local library
LocalLocalFound 16th Jan 2017Found 16th Jan 2017
More of a heads up for those that don't know. You are able to borrow free ebooks from your library online. You must be a member of the library, but its easy to join. Then you just … Read more
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Its not a link. You have to find your own local library website (_;)


The link is broken?


I guess I'm not really comparing like with like when I mentioned the NookHD+ which is a tablet rather than an E-reader. If anybody else uses one of these for reading books the Libro app works well with my local library's ebook site.


Your right its not, Kindle Unlimited is better value if you only want books. I was more reminding the people who do have Prime that the features available.. Will Amazon change, I doubt it, after all they are a book seller, I swapped from Nook to Kindle as the book sellers went to the popular platform (ie Kindle) and since then Nook left UK and went to Sainsburies then Kobo and there is no store anymore so the E-readers of limited use as you can only sideload books. At least Amazon support the older devices.


FYI you are not restricted to your own library most of these will let you borrow from other libraries which are in their network using you existing membership. Some libraries will also let you join remotely. also can be used to read some magazines too.

Kobo Glo reduced to £50 Asda instore
LocalLocalFound 22nd Dec 2016Found 22nd Dec 2016
Reduced from £119 to £50

The ancient Glo or more recent Glo HD?


If you don't know - you likely don't need it. If you don't know but still want it then just buy it and it'll be surprise when it turns up! If none of the above are applicable you could always try out that search engine thingy...


What is it?


Local ASDA lancaster

Free Books For Kindle/Apple/Kobo/Nook @ freebooksy
Found 18th Dec 2016Found 18th Dec 2016
Free ebooks for Amazon/Nook/Apple/Kobo devices and ebook readers
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Thank you op! :)


Searched for well known authors - no results. Searched for electronics - got birth control. searched for programming - got a few beginners guides. Think I will stick to reading normal books. COLD from me


That really is a thoughtless, if not ignorant, point of view. What you are in effect saying is that you think we all should be deciding whether to vote hot or cold on the bases of cost alone. You are overlooking the varied reasons why people vote here -- even on 'free' items. You may disapprove of what is being offered; think the item is inferior to a similar free item; know that the item is potentially dangerous; know that by asking for the free item you have to agree to receive spam; don't want to support a supplier whose products you think are unethical; the op has given the wrong information or link, etc. We make up our own minds about how we vote, you make up yours. And none of are obliged to say why we vote as we do -- that is also up to us, individually.


Already subscribed to the general email lists and would recommend for the occasional great find.


The website address is https://www.freebooksy.com but the op has linked the "deal" to the fantasy genre hence why they are only showing up

Kobo Aura Edition 2 Ereader £79.99 with free shipping at Kobo
Found 17th Dec 2016Found 17th Dec 2016
£99.99 elsewhere at the moment so 20% off. Not a bad deal and reviews are not terrible. It has a 6" Carta E Ink touchscreen, 1024 x 768 resolution 212 ppi, with night light glow t… Read more

I have a Kobo arc 10, with Android kitkat, but there is poor software support and no updates, not sure how it will fair on these devices, but it's something to consider before purchasing!


Hope you got your Kindle from JohnLewis for the 2-yr warranty, Amazon aren't interested in fault repairs if you've had your device more than 1 year. Own experience.


At more than twice the price? That's quite a budget stretch...


I'd go with the Kobo Aura One if your budget will stretch


What did the retailer say? Assuming you didn't buy directly from Kobo. Onus is on them to prove the fault wasn't there from purchase if it develops within 6 months.

Gollancz scifi/fantasy ebook sale (from Kindle, Kobo etc) for 99p
Found 17th Sep 2016Found 17th Sep 2016
Selection of Gollancz sci-fi and fantasy ebooks on sale this week only, 99p at a number of different eBook stores including Amazon and iBooks. Includes "The Fireman" by Joe Hill, a… Read more
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​Same here :(


I must be doing something wrong - comes up as £8.99 for me...


Obelisk by Stephen Baxter is an absolute bargain at this price - it was only published a few weeks ago (and I paid full price for it - doh!).


While there are no links on the page, looks like the same offers are on Google Play Books as well

BookBub - site that highlights free and discounted ebooks.
Found 24th Jun 2016Found 24th Jun 2016
Not sure exactly where this sits really on HotUKDeals but thought I'd post it. You only need your email to sign up. Highlights any free ebooks based on your interests... BookBub i… Read more
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//This is a dangerous site for free kindle books!!! My kindle has so many on it now, I can't read them fast enough!!!// Same applies to me!!!!! And I am still buying paperbacks too!!!!!


I've been with this Site for many months now! (came across this at back end of last year I think?, via 1 obscure HUKD Deal on here, etc?). :-) But in all honesty, I've NOT exploited it as much as some of my own freebie Books Threads (aka some of the continuous freebie Deals I'm constantly sticking up on here, etc?). But at some point in time, I'll pull a very LARGE finger out, and hopefully exploit a wee bit of this one too perhaps like?, hehehe. :-) Good Post OP. :-)


Thank you 8)


This is a dangerous site for free kindle books!!! My kindle has so many on it now, I can't read them fast enough!!!


Just checked this out, seems great, heat!

Kobo Glo HD only £84.99 @ Amazon FREE Delivery Lowest Ever Price
Found 28th May 2016Found 28th May 2016
This is the lowest price that this has been for sale at and is an excellent alternative to the Kindle paperwhite. I bought one of these last year and use it with a large library o… Read more

Hell of a long shot.... I have a brand new kindle paperwhite arriving tomorrow. I would offer that +£10 in exchange for a Kobo Glo HD, if anyone has received theirs and decided they prefer the kindle.


My kindle paperwhite has just died (my own fault unfortunately). It's my 3rd Kindle, I think they're fantastic but being able to borrow ebooks from my library online with the kobo is appealing. Unfortunately this is now up to £110!


Okay, I fully agree with you, why should someone get something very easily for free when they could very easily pay for it. In my defence, the person that uploads the book to mobilism may have purchased the book. 8)


Exactly. Not funny. Not clever. Trying paying rather than stealing. Do you think novelists live on air.


ok Ta.

Kobo Glo HD - £89.99, inc. shipping! @ Kobobooks
Found 25th Apr 2016Found 25th Apr 2016
EDIT: I expired this deal because it was supposed to end yesterday. However, the Kobo site is still showing it as active for whatever reason! Kobo have just dropped the price of … Read more

​That's a fair enough point. I think, ideally, if people remove DRM from library books, it shouldn't be to share more widely. And if you're not doing that, then you're risk free. All the same, I condone this practice when you've actually bought the book. As for libraries shutting down - I fear it becomes inevitable as soon as digital media becomes easy, and capitalism gets its hooks into the physical equivalents (which it has). If people really valued physical books but found them too expensive to buy and keep, I think we'd still have many libraries.


Thanks for the heads up! Been wanting to replace my broken old first generation Kindle for a while now. This looks great.


My understanding is that when you are "lent" a library book, they watermark it in some way that even if you remove the DRM it is still easy to tie back to you. I don't know how and it's entirely possible that it is just a rumour they are happy to allow, but I kind of hope it is true and that people don't take the 'pee', because with libraries all over the country shutting down, this could be another nail in their coffin. Here endeth my sermon :p


​ I haven't looked into it before, so just did some research. Seems it's perfectly possible: https://www.kobo.com/help/en-US/article/4349/borrowing-an-ebook-from-a-public-library As long as the library uses the OverDrive system, which it seems most in fact do. So yes, you can :) Alternatively, though, I would probably just strip the file of the DRM and then you can convert or transfer it anywhere/anyhow you want. And then, if you didn't want to feel like a pirate, you could delete it when you're done :)


So these can borrow ebooks from a library, unlike Kindles?

Kobo Glo HD £89.99 @ Argos + FREE £5 voucher (and John Lewis)
Found 27th Jan 2016Found 27th Jan 2016
Been looking at this over the last couple of days and today it has dropped in price at both Argos and JL from £109.99 to £89.99 plus FREE £5 voucher at Argos starting today. Offere… Read more



The answer is yes it would. And its not really hidden just not accessible its attached to the motherboard where it should be. Its been known about since the first teardown ages ago. You can always pop in a bigger card but you shouldn't really have to micro sd cards are so cheap kobo and amazon should really step up and stop being so stingy.


I noticed this just before I posted this deal. Do you know if it would void your warranty?


The Kobo Glo HD has a hidden MicroSD card slot, if you use a pry tool you can access it, and clone the OS to a bigger card (guide in the second link below) if you want more storage space. http://goodereader.com/blog/electronic-readers/the-kobo-glo-hd-has-an-sd-card http://blog.the-ebook-reader.com/2015/06/13/kobo-glo-hd-memory-upgrade-how-to-tutorial-video/


Great! Thanks for the heads up.

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