Thread: Classic Is my Nook Classic dead?
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Old 01-04-2013, 06:37 PM   #5
sneakyspider
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I try to charge it as often as I can, so I'm not exactly sure how long mine can go, but it seems like I get 1 - 2 days on one charge. I could be wrong, though. Either way, it's not my primary ereader - I just bought it off of eBay for $30 because I wanted something that had more memory and also had an eink screen. I just bought a Kindle 3, though, for $39 and that has 4G storage. I could have done without it, but I'm glad it still works. It's always nice to have a backup (or four.)

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