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(Pocket-lint) - The Amazon Prime Day sales are underway and that's throwing out a load of deals across a full selection of Amazon devices, including Kindles. 

The Amazon Kindle is hugely popular, a connected reading device that will give you weeks of battery, access to millions of books, great illumination and in some cases waterproofing too. 

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There is a full range available, and a full set of discounts to go with them.

There are now discounts across the range in both the UK and the US, so just hit the link below to jump to the region you're interested in.

Jump to US Kindle deals | UK Kindle deals

Kindle UK Prime Day deals

Kindle - save 50%
Kindle Paperwhite - save £45
Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition - save £45
Kindle Oasis - save £70

Kindle US Prime Day deals

Kindle - save 50%
Kindle Paperwhite - save $45
Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition - save $55
Kindle Oasis - save $75

Why buy the Amazon Kindle?

The Kindle has cemented its place in the hearts of booklovers, giving access to loads of titles through the Kindle Store and allowing immediate access. With syncing across devices, the ability to change the font and size of the text - and even change to white text on a black background, it provides plenty of options.

But the biggest advantage is that you get weeks of battery life and a reading experience that's so far ahead of using a tablet or phone - and that's why Kindles are so popular for those going on holiday. You can take all your books, without the weight or space.

There are four different models - as well as some Kids Editions - so you do have a decision to make, which we can help you with here. There's also access to free books through Prime Reading (as part of your Prime subscription), as well as the option to subscribe to Kindle Unlimited which gives you access to a lot more books.

More Prime Day deals for the US

More Prime Day deals for the UK

Writing by Chris Hall.