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Amazon Kindle
(1-16 of 16)

Amazon Kindle
"Downton Abbey Sponsorship"
70s
1 Oct 2014
This series of bumpers has actors in period dramas incongruously reading their Kindles while they wait to be called in front of the cameras.

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"Amy"
30s
20 Jan 2014
Are you really able to get hold a vaguely flirtatious Irishwoman when you press the relevant button on your Amazon Kindle?

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"Amazon Assist"
30s
4 Nov 2013
If you're too dim to own a Kindle but are determined to have one nonetheless, help is at hand.

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"Paperwhite"
30s
13 Oct 2013
You can argue against research-driven advertising all you like but sometimes the result is right on the money.

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"Children"
30s
2 Sep 2013
Children love gadgets, and we suspect Kindle knows that any format which gets them reading will be seen as positive.

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"Love You"
20s
2 Apr 2012
The strange thing about the advertised advice is that people never look comfortable when using it.

Amazon Kindle
"New Book Release"
30s
15 Nov 2011
An ad like this reminds us of the importance of ensuring that the protagonists are appealing.

Amazon Kindle
"Giant Handbag"
30s
25 Oct 2011
A silly woman is put into the shade by the advertised device after she explains to a male friend how much stuff she can put into her giant handbag.

Amazon Kindle
"The Book Lives On"
30s
28 May 2011
Why do Amazon charge money for Kindles? Surely they ought to earn enough money from people paying to download books to make it worth their while?

Amazon Kindle
"For The iPhone"
30s
1 Dec 2010
Amazon's attempt to highlight a key point of difference between its service and Apple's is undermined by the lack of an explicit explanation.

Amazon Kindle
"Snow"
30s
28 Nov 2010
Another cute ad for the electronic device which underlines the escapism of books.

Amazon Kindle
"All-New"
30s
20 Nov 2010
What's new about the latest version of the Kindle? They don't tell us in this pointless ad so how can we possibly decide that it's worth buying?

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"By The River"
30s
25 Sep 2010
This is a very variable campaign. This execution leaves us with the same sense of 'so what?' as the beach ad which makes the third ad all the more mysterious as it's excellent.

Amazon Kindle
"Play"
30s
16 Sep 2010
Another charming commercial for the electronic device uses the same stop-frame technique and 'homemade' props as the previous commercial.

Amazon Kindle
"Show"
30s
15 Sep 2010
A stop-frame technique is used to explore this idea and the effect is quite mesmerising.

Amazon Kindle
"Beach"
30s
31 Aug 2010
This ad looks like it's going to make a point about the visibility of the advertised device in sunlight but then it doesn't.


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