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Customer Reviews

Best purchase I ever made

53 people found this helpful.
 on 3 January 2018
By Justin
Kindles are so much better than books 📚 I can honestly say that this purchase was one of the most worthwhile and enjoyable ones I have ever made. It has literally changed my life! I would much rather lie down to read from a Kindle than a book. It is so easy to use while lying in bed. There are many more advantages to a Kindle than a book. Here’s a few I came up with:

A VERY GOOD BUY.

20 people found this helpful.
 on 16 January 2018
By J3R
My old Kindle had no backlight and I needed to leave the lamp on when in bed. This is perfect for my bedroom reading, If I had a misgiving it was that it would be so different from the old Kindle I would not know what to do. It was and is no problem to find and store elsewhere such as archive.

I CAN READ AGAIN

19 people found this helpful.
 on 2 January 2018
By Alexander Bryce
My eyesight is not what it used to be so very reluctantly I replaced my old original Kindle with this, not top of the range but much later version. I had a couple of concerns , firstly would I lose all the books stored on the original and if not how easy was it to transfer them to the new one. From this statement you can tell that I am not IT literate. The answers were yes and it happened automatically.

The best Kindle you can get in 2018.

14 people found this helpful.
 on 1 February 2018
By Austin
Amazon Kindle Paperwhite is still the best pick for people who love to read. It has a great screen for reading, it’s easy to hold and read for long periods of time, and it has Amazon’s huge ebook library behind it. Keep in mind this is not a tablet with all bells and whistles as some savvy tech users might expect, software is laggy and someone should say slow, but it packs a crisp e-ink touchscreen display (no buttons here) that makes text pop, and has an LED backlight for late night reading easy on your mince pies (without disturbing your partner with bright lamp). The battery can last weeks, I also bought lovely Kindle official cover puts my e-reader to sleep when I’m done with reading (it is not a novelty but a great feature to have). I can highly recommend this e-reader to those who don’t want to be disturbed and be distracted by constant social media notification that we have on our daily drivers and just love to read a great book. Fantastic buy and value for my hard earned money.

Perfect!

14 people found this helpful.
 on 24 September 2017
By Amazon Customer
It’s lightweight, and the backlight is fully adjustable – you can turn it right down/off. I suffer from blue light effects, but I have no problems with this. Really nice little device. I’ve added photos to show size comparisons between the Kindle Paperlight and an iPad Pro 10.5″ tablet, Samsung 7″ tablet and a 5.5″ LG G5 smartphone. I’d say the screen is slightly smaller than your average paperback book, but it’s so light and easy to use, no holding page’s open and no fiddly booklights! Plus, get new books to read without leaving the house! Luxury for tge avid reader! P.S. I paid the extra £10 for the ad free version. No idea why the need for ads, and no idea if you can pay the £10 upgrade after purchase. I’d have accepted ads on the lock screen for a bigger saving than £10! Strange concept from Amazon!

A good upgrade

8 people found this helpful.
 on 10 October 2017
By Mr. T. P. Ryan
Those who know me know that I love to read

The best a man can get..

4 people found this helpful.
 on 7 September 2017
By Tito
My wife reads for hours every day. Every few years my wife breaks her kindle. The last one got jumped on by son #1 causing a tiny crack. Wife toughs it out, trying to ignore the crack. I buy another one again knowing that the cost per hour of use is tiny tiny tiny. Wife very excited, effusive thanks.

Kindle manufacturers, take note

5 people found this helpful.
 on 1 January 2018
By David Hulett Wilson, author of the TranzCon “Mindswap” sci-fi series
It’s a shame the previous one failed but I’m now unable to live without a Kindle and this one is even better than the one that went before.
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