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Customer Reviews

Looks good, feels good, far far more convieniant then physical books (dictionary look up), concise in it’s function.

 on 5 January 2017
By NathanX
I’ve always meant to “get into” reading. Only thing is, books are expensive and take up a lot of space. I also hate using libraries as it can be quite hard to find what your looking for, you have to deal with grumpy librarians and you have to be quiet at all times (I’ve been “excused” from more then a couple of libraries in the past).

Purchased around Black Friday time at a cost of £70 – a bargain!

 on 12 December 2017
By Mightymouse
Not much can be said about the highly popular Kindle Paperwhite that hasn’t already been said. This latest model does have a good 4GB of storage if you want to keep books on the Kindle. It has a 6″ glare-free screen with a resolution of 300 ppi, and can be purchased with Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi + free 3G. Available in black or white, this is a bargain when the deals pop up from time to time.

Light enough to not hurt my wrist whilst reading

 on 2 October 2017
By L. Davidson
I am in love with my Kindle Paperwhite! Anti-glare screen means that I am able to read it even when bright light is behind me, which is the case in my living room. Was also great on train journeys as lights on train did not affect my ability to read my books on it due to the anti-glare screen! I have problems with my wrist due to repetitive strain injury, and this is so much easier and more comfortable for me to hold and read than bulky books are (wrist gets very sore whilst holding books to read but is fine when holding my Kindle). Best purchase ever with my birthday money!

An excellent bit of kit.

 on 12 October 2016
By Bob
I’ve been using a Kindle app on a Smartphone with a fairly small screen for the last 3 years, I’ve been impressed by the app but not the difficulties cased by the small screen.

just an excellent upgrade for kindle

 on 1 December 2017
By buster-uk
bought on black Friday as the price was the one I had been waiting for to replace my touch kindle, which sadly missed having a lighted screen and I damaged the lighted case I had bought as an extra so this kindle takes care of night time reading, so to me it was a welcome chance to get back to a good book, and it hasn’t disappointed much clearer screen with easy to read with the new type, I would recommend waiting for the next discounted time to buy if as me I had a kindle just need to upgrade. but in less than a day I had the special offers removed as I don’t like adds and in my order I had missed the without button another £10 but worth it to my mind as was the case I purchased with it.

A Portable Library.

 on 7 September 2017
By Lesley V
It took me a long time to decide on a Kindle, rather than my beloved books, but I’m glad I did. I’m enjoying having so many reads in one ‘volume’, so to speak. Very convenient, although I’ll never give up on traditional books entirely. Sometimes the page doesn’t swipe back, preferring to find a page I wasn’t expecting, but maybe that’s me, still getting used to the device. I also find that reference to author or publisher at the completion of a book brings up information, which is difficult to read, being very small. My attempts to expand the view result in a big jump in font size – exasperating! All in all, though, a good buy & one I don’t regret.

Great device but higher cost for Kindle version of some books.

 on 13 September 2017
By Martin Sandstrom
This will get me reading a lot more, and that after al is the key here. The hardware is great and battery time is amazing and I can import pdfs and other documents. What I don’t like is:

Great upgrade to my Keyboard Kindle

 on 1 May 2018
By D. J. King
loving the upgrade, when my keyboard kindle got lost on the train, I considered just ordering a old one off ebay, but decided I needed to see how good these were. I so glad I did, I did not think I would use the back light function, however I now find I’m taking my kindle to bed, also can read in all forms of lighting, so dark flights are no problem for me.
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