If you’re looking to upgrade your e-reader, or perhaps buy one for the first time, make sure you check out the Kindle Oasis.
The crème de la crème of the Kindle world, this version is truly adaptable to all situations, being IPX8 rated meaning it’s protected against being submerged in water for up to a full hour; ideal if you love to read the latest thriller in the bath with a glass of wine.
We think it makes a wonderful Christmas gift for adults and children alike and, the good news is that it is on sale for Amazon Prime Day. Find out more below.
With so much talk about how blue light, and general bright lighting, negatively affects sleep, the Oasis is a great alternative to both paperbacks and other e-readers. This is because of an adjustable warm light, which you can change from whites right down to warm ambers; you can even schedule the lighting so the Kindle will auto dim when it knows you should normally be in bed.
Another life-friendly technology is that you can actually sync the Kindle with your Audible, meaning you can stop reading when you head out, pop in your earbuds and continue seamlessly to listening to the story.
Plus, with us all spending so much time at home it really is time to get reading more, and with literally millions of books at the touch of a fingertip, we’re not putting our Kindles down any time soon.
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Thea Babington-Stitt is a Content Editor at Future. She has been an interiors journalist for nearly 10 years and has held positions at LivingEtc, Country Homes & Interiors and Homes & Gardens. Currently, she is writing for Ideal Home and Style At Home's websites and magazines.
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