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Customer Reviews

This size is perfect for him as it’s slim and small enough for …

6 people found this helpful.
 on 1 June 2017
By Rajane Kaur
Got this for my partner as a christmas gift as he’s always stealing my books and my kindle. I have the kindle fire which he complained is a bit too big for his liking. This size is perfect for him as it’s slim and small enough for him to slide into his pocket. Super user friendly but you can easily google how to do certain things should you not figure it out yourself. I put a tonne of books on here for him and there’s still plenty of storage space. The battery lasts a decent time and the light isn’t too glaring that it keeps me awake when he’s reading in bed. Would definitely recommend for anyone who is anti kindle/tablet – he’s now converted!

Great kindle from amazon

2 people found this helpful.
 on 7 April 2017
By Katie kate
Arrived yesterday and so easy to set up.. very light to hold and reading is fantastic… this is my first kindle as an avid book reader. .. wish I had bought sooner so very happy with my purchase brilliant condition looks brand new also comes with lead and charger and very well.packaged –

Little darling!!

One person found this helpful.
 on 28 June 2016
By The Librarian
So far, I am delighted with this lttle dear! I was quite happy with my old Kindle (old old – the original one with the keyboard), but it died, and I felt my tablet didn’t fill the gap. This Kindle is smaller and lighter than the old one, (screen is the same size), seemingly easy to operate, and now I’ve bought a nifty little case for it, and I am very happy. I can’t say I like the touch screen, because I don’t like ANY touch screen, but there’s no choice these days. I have got used to using the Kindle App on my phone and iPad, so I’m accustomed to the way it works.

Easy to use

One person found this helpful.
 on 5 May 2017
By Rick Brindle
This replaced my earlier model, which broke. By contacting Amazon help I got this as a replacement for a reduced price, and it was really easy to pick up where I left off, it couldn’t have been easier. Great for reading, which is what its designed for, and also handy that you can surf the net if you’re getting ebook overload. I haven’t used any other type of e reader, so I can’t compare it, but I’ve got no complaints.

Images aren’t great as B&W and worth paying extra for no ads!

2 people found this helpful.
 on 4 June 2017
By Jennifer
Definitely worth paying extra for no ads, my bf brought a amazon fire without paying the £10 extra and regretted it. I found the kindle really good, the only downside is that it is in black and white so when I noticed that graphic novels are available I couldn’t read any of them! Also, in the books that have pictures it’s kind of a hit or miss that you can see it clearly. If I ever need a new kindle I’ll go for one of the coloured ones.

Pretty good

One person found this helpful.
 on 3 June 2016
By Judith W
Like all new things, read the instructions, which consisted of charge the battery in 26 or so different languages. (I made do with just the English version) Then just play with it. What does this do…oh I see. Then just read. I got one of these new fangled covers which turns it on and hibernates it, neat trick. I do however turn it off at the switch to see if the battery will keep its charge longer. My getting used to the touch screen was annoying, No I did not touch that it was the page turn I wanted and similar. However we are settling in nicely together and mistakes are lessening. Over all pleased. Would prefer the titles removed from device were just viewable in the archive, and not ghosted in the index, but hey ho, One can manage. My old one is sitting in front of me, it just would not turn on one evening, and I really missed it.

Wouldn’t be without

One person found this helpful.
 on 16 June 2017
By Ru Walsh
At first I was very disappointed as my Kindle stopped working in under a week. However, the Kindle team was fantastic and arranged a speedy replacement that arrived the following day. Apart from that, I am really pleased with the product, has reignited my love of reading and so easy to use. Easily fits in a handbag or large jacket pocket so you really can take it anywhere. Perfect for travelling, commuting, or any occasion! I really wouldn’t want to be without a Kindle now.


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 on 6 May 2016
By Mr. I. L. J. Burgess
A little annoyed that my Kindle Generation 4 only lasted a few years but planned obsolescence is what it is. This Gen 7 touchscreen model is cheaper than my old one and although they are now plastic it looks ok ( I have it in white so not sure what the black one is like ). Tapping the screen is a lot easier than flicking buttons on the side, although I was concerned when I read reviews about multiple page turning with the taps….this has not happened to me yet..All in all what with the improved menu etc this Kindle is a great improvement. What with VAT on E-books and the cost of readers every few years, paperbacks are a cheaper option. I only have one because of the reduction in baggage weight on planes – so let’s get VAT off e-books and then they will compete with printed books which don’t have VAT-and help the environment too.
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