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Registered: ‎03-06-2011
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Re: Nooks covers eBooks pros & cons


I found my javoedge cover for my nook on Amazon and the reviews for it were great so I ordered one and I LOVE it! It is the flip-top/easel type of cover and it is very well made. My nook fits in it well and I can navigate all the buttons easily. I also order a screen protector from javoedge as well and I have been very pleased. You can get the covers at Amazon or directly from the javoedge website.



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Re: Nooks covers eBooks pros & cons

@RSC_Nook - this thread was over a year old and it looks like the OP never did return.  I did the same as you though, I couldn't find where they took offense. *shrugs*

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Registered: ‎01-29-2011
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Re: Nooks covers eBooks pros & cons

I hate to keep bumping up a dead thread, but...

Maybe sometimes B&N should allow a person to return their nook for the simple reason that they are too lazy,trollish or dense to own and disparage a fine product.


Why do some people have so many problems?  I've seen post where people claim to be on their third or fourth replacement and still having problems.  I can believe someone gets a lemon even now and then, but the probability of so many nooks being bad?  I haven't had any problems so do I have a magic nook?  Maybe the magic is in reading the manual.  If you have nothing but problems, remember - The common factor in all of your problems is you.