Purple Clip On LED Pen Reading Light For Books, eReaders, Notepads & Diaries By DURAGADGET
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- Ideal for on the go reading or at home when lighting levels are poor
- Discreet and small with a clip on design
- 90 degree rotation allows for full page illumination
- Read comfortably without risk of eye strain
- Available in a range of colours (black, blue, purple or red)
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Introducing DURAGADGET's new handy portable clip on LED book light. This is the perfect accessory for the avid reader, allowing you to comfortably indulge in late-night reading whilst on the go or at home.
So simple to use, just clip the pen light to your the pages of your book or onto your DURAGADGET case and press the switch at the bottom of the pen to turn on the bright, illuminating white LED - perfect for reading in low lighting conditions or a poorly lit train carriage. Featuring a handy 90 degree hinge, allowing you to direct the beam of light in exactly the direction you require. Available in a range of colours, just search for DURAGADGET to view our full range of products.
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While it IS an amazingly small, effective and "secretive" little lamp, it uses the "old style" AG13/LR44 "button batteries" that last for *precisely* ONE HOUR of normal use. Trust me. I timed it.
I was shocked at how little time it had been; before it had first dimmed, until it had become impossible to read by. Roughly 90-100 minutes.
Keep in mind that the brighter a light is, the more power it requires to keep it sustainable, LEDs not withstanding.
One thing that also detracts from the tiny size of the light IS the tiny size of the light! Have you ever tried to get three collar buttons out of the bottom of a Coke bottle using JUST your fingertips?
If you are one of the lucky ones, you might have a nearby dollar store that carries them (mine does) OR you've copped onto the fact that Amazon sells them for pennies on the dollar when purchased in bulk, count yourself blessed and leave it at that.
But I was personally unable to account for the ratio of all those dollar signs vs the tiny fraction of protons, making me feel like some glutinous first-world country, growing fat off the energy bought from a less "prosperous" nation.
If you simply must read in the dark, for a sleeping partner or whatever reason, unless you are prepared to spend A DOLLAR AN HOUR for that energy use, I highly recommend that you look for a lamp that uses common house batteries (such as AAA) or one that's rechargeable.
After that, it's between you and your own conscience.
But for my part, how could i justify the expense of pouring money down a giant hole and getting nothing sustainable in return.
Hmm. Whoa, Deja VUUUU!