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Didn’t manage to pick up an Amazon Kindle while they were on sale ahead of Valentine’s Day? No problem. Amazon’s still running a sale on refurbished models, which means you can pick up an entry-level Kindle for $60, a Paperwhite for $100, or a Kindle Voyage for $150.

Since these are all Amazon certified refurbished devices, they come with the same 1-year limited warranty you’d get on a new model.

But if you’re looking for an even better deal on something a bit more unusual, Woot’s got you covered: the company is selling refurbished/used Kindle Paperwhite Manga eReaders with 32GB of storage for $90.

This is a unique model that launched in 2016 in Japan, offering 8 times more internal storage space than you get with a typical Kindle Paperwhite so that you have plenty of space to store graphic-heavy manga and comics.

Of course if Amazon would just release a Kindle with a microSD card reader you wouldn’t necessarily need the extra built-in storage space.

Anyway, here are some of the day’s best deals.

Kindle

Laptops and convertibles

Other

You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.

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4 replies on “Deals of the Day (2-16-2018)”

  1. I never bought a Kindle because most of them are not backlit. The ones that are backlit are too expensive. I picked up a Fire 7 tablet on sale for under $50 instead.

    1. Which is great if you want your eyes to start bugging out of your skull after reading for a few hours.. I have been waiting for a decent 13 inch e-ink tablet to come down in price for a long time mainly because i just want a nice long life writing tablet that can read books

  2. Note that the refurb Kindles on AMZN are all “with special offers” so you’ll need to pay another $20 to get them to stop spamming you. Sadly that applies to ‘manga edition’ from Woot as well.

  3. The B&N Nook used to have a microSD card slot. It was very useful. Don’t know about the new models.

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