LightWedge LED Reading Light

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

If you want the ability to read through all the old books in your library without converting everything to digital format for your iPad, then the LightWedge LED Reading Light will be your best friend every night of the week.

While iPads and Nooks may be all the rage these days, we are still face with the dilemma of transferring our vast physical libraries into digital format, and we all know how difficult reading in the dark can be. There have been some decent products out there in the past, but nothing that we liked nearly as much as the LightWedge. This innovative pane of light slips right into your book only illuminating the page you are currently reading without disturbing anyone around you. The lightweight design makes it easy to take with you everywhere you go, and on just four AAA batteries you can get up to 40 hours of reading time in the dark.

Purchase your LightWedge at Amazon.

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