Handy Dandy Sewing light. Here is my find of the year for failing eyes. I ordered this sewing light from Karen Kay Buckley last week and it is GREAT. It’s very comfortable to wear for long stretches and gives great light. Go get yourself one right away. Your eyes will thank you.
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Beam N Read Review and Giveaway, Personal Light Anywhere Women over 45
A Kindle World blog: My new favorite light for the Kindle...I love that it's always available when I need extra light... I was just tired of clipping on a light and adjusting it ...The Beam N Read is pretty good at keeping the light from reaching the other person for night reading in bed.
Vendor Spotlight & Giveaway: Beam N Read - Craft Critique
Which book light outshines the others?
[Beam N Read] happens to be remarkably useful, blessedly simple, and once you have one, you won't want to give it up. Seriously. I love this thing...on the whole, I'm inordinately fond of the Beam & Read and plan to buy several more as gifts. How's that for a testimonial?
Rick Manning, The Gizmo Editor: Getting Light Where You Need It - I found the Beam N Read to be a useful device when I'm outside doing night photography and I keep it handy for times when storms knock out the power to our house
DeeSays.com: I love to cook outside and living in the south that means I can cook out all year. The only problem I have is sometimes seeing the food I'm cooking. You know when you want to cut into a nice thick juicy steak to see if it's perfectly cooked inside. I moved the grill closer to the house so the light would shine on it but that didn't work... That was solved when I got the opportunity to review the Beam N Read ® Hands Free Lights.
blog.the-ebook-reader.com: Incidentally, I found the build quality to be quite durable. Shortly after receiving [the Beam N Read lights], I accidentally dropped the unit with 6 lights from about 4 feet onto the concrete floor. It landed with a crash. Batteries went flying everywhere. I cursed that I hadn’t even had a chance to try it out yet. But I rounded up the batteries and stuck them back in and it still works.