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Old 04-08-2015, 02:40 PM   #151
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My experience is that book readers sell very well and fetch good prices, but you need to sell them at the right time, when they're still reasonably current. I've resold almost all the readers that I've bought over the years, and often got prices for them that are as much as three quarters of what I paid for them.
That's what I've found too. I now have three readers, two current models, the Kobo H20 and the Voyage, and an old Kobo Glo I'd never sell anyway. The H20 is probably safe as its waterproof but I replace my Voyage i'd sell it straight away, especially as I have a transferable Warrenty with it too.

You can't hold onto ereaders as they become worthless.

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Old 04-11-2015, 11:57 AM   #152
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I held mine old readers too long , no trade or sell value now really . I'll just pass them on to goodwill or maybe donate to a library or school.
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Try Craigslist. You might be able to get a few pennies for your e-readers. I sold a Kindle 4 NT on there recently. It can't hurt and if no one expresses any interest, you're out of nothing except the time you spent creating the posting.
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