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Topic: Book Light Suggestions...Pics of the Lights I found @ $Tree!!

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Subject: Book Light Suggestions...Pics of the Lights I found @ $Tree!!
Date Posted: 12/20/2010 3:33 PM ET
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I purchsed one from WalMart....The dang thing put wierd shadows on the nook & Shines the tiny light right into my eyes grrr

So tell me what do you use & where did you get it for how much!  Thanks!



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Date Posted: 12/20/2010 3:56 PM ET
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I use the M-Edge light that fits in my M-Edge cover for my Nook. The battery life is amazing, I use it every day (for over a month now) and haven't replaced the battery yet. Brian bought both of them for me for Christmas at Best Buy.

Date Posted: 12/20/2010 4:28 PM ET
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I bought the Belkin ebook light for $25 from amazon. i love it!

Date Posted: 12/20/2010 7:23 PM ET
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I use my Kandle for my Kindle and my Sony.  I think I paid around $20 on Amazon back in February but saw where they were on sale much cheaper recently.

Date Posted: 12/20/2010 7:39 PM ET
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I have the Mighty Bright Xtraflex 2 LED. I've had it for over 2 years and it's holding up well, looks new. Puts out a nice clear light. Very light, doesn't weigh the ereader down. Batteries last me about 2 weeks - please keep in mind that I often read all night, most nights in fact. http://gifts.barnesandnoble.com/Home-gift/Mighty-Bright-Black-Xtraflex-2-LED-Booklight/e/9781933622453/?cds2Pid=18741  It was $10 when I bought it, but I see it's $15 now. 

Date Posted: 12/20/2010 7:46 PM ET
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O Noo I a night owl & read a LOT at night....tell me the Batteries can be changed lol.

 

Uses 3 AAA batteries (included); AC Adapter works on 110 volts and 220 volts      
  • Guess I need to learn to Read LOL


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Date Posted: 12/21/2010 9:50 PM ET
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OMG we were in Dollar Tree tonight & for the Grand total of $1 they had a great Book Light!!  Dont know how long it will last ....  Hopefully til I can buy one you can change the batteries in LOL 

Date Posted: 12/24/2010 11:34 PM ET
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Date Posted: 1/1/2011 4:04 AM ET
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I have one of these HugLight and love it.  It uses two AAA batteries.  I really only use it when I visit my parents so I don't know yet how long the batteries last.

I also have this one Rayovac that I have been very happy with.  Have had it for a couple of years and it still works great.  However, they can be hard to find. Wal Mart carried them for a while but I haven't seen them recently.  Rayovac may have discontinued them. 

I have better luck with this type of light vs the ones that attace to the book or ereader.  Plus, I am kind of a flashlight junkie.  :)

 



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