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    Transcend Lighting Full Spectrum LED Remote Phosphor Grow Light review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:24

    After a lot of research on LED's and remote phosphor (way too much technical reading) I thought this was worth a test despite the price point. Even though this was so expensive, I thought just the power savings may create up for it if it did a descent job.Out of the box I was very shocked at the weight. This thing is heavy. I examined and played and adjusted and scrutinized. Overall, The quality of the build was VERY impressive. Massive duty frame, built in heat sink at the top of the troops that seemed to be a bit more than the unit needed, perfect hardware, wiring was over the top on to the true test. Does it work as a grow light. I had a mum that was brought in latest fall with small wilting sprouts on it. The sun has shifted here in snow country so it was trying to begin growing again, just not very well. I gave it a amazing watering and a small meal and place it under the light in a room that has dark curtains three days ago. There is almost no supplemental sunlight to support it now. That small guy has grown a few inches , the final verdict for this scene of the trial run is two thumbs two weeks, it is going into a 4X4 grow tent. I'll modernize then.

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    Transcend Lighting Full Spectrum LED Remote Phosphor Grow Light review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:24

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    Transcend Lighting Full Spectrum LED Remote Phosphor Grow Light review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:24

    Love this light, just what I needed. I've owned two other LED grow lights and neither work as well as this LED light.I bought this light for one main reason. I wanted a white light. My plants (tomato, cucumber, arugula etc...) are in a room that I like to read or watch TV in sometimes. Both my other LED fixtures have purple/pink light which makes it impossible for me to be in the room when on. When this light is on it is just like bright sunlight in the ter using this light for a few days I've found three other things that I really like. First, it is silent. No whiz of fans. Second, it gives off very small heat. Third, it's only been a few days but my plants are definitely growing better than before. I'm a small surprised because the Transcend LED uses almost half the power draw of my latest LED.I don't know if it will latest for as a lot of years they say but it seems to be a very solid design. Doesn't feel cheap. Also, don't look directly at it, you will see spots for hours!

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-11-20 18:1

    I tend to obsess about finding the excellent solution for things, and this happened also with my find for a light for my fresh kindle touch, that I absolutely love. I ended up trying 7 various lights, and will post this comparison as a review for all of them. Hopefully others can benefit from my experience...- Might Bright XtraFlex2: It is, indeed, mighty bright, but more in scope than in intensity. It casts light on a HUGE area, enough to disturb my partner in bed... On the kindle itself, it is only slightly brighter than other lights. Not enough to justify its size in my opinion. Which brings us to its other flaw - it is BIG. The clip is too huge to clip straight onto the top of the kindle. I had to clip it diagonally. It seemed to work and be stable that way, but it is a huge beast, and would not be convenient for travel, for me. Given that the illumination onto the kindle itself was only slightly brighter than other lights, I didn't think it was a amazing solution.- Verso clip-on: Amazing travel size, very very blue light, not very bright, and it actually POPPED OFF my kindle when I tried to adjust the head of the light to shine in a slightly various direction. And while it's fairly small, it does not fold in any particular way, so it's not very compact.- Verso Arc: Nice form factor, but I found the bright but somewhat uneven, and worst of all (which is why I returned it), if I held it in bed in a particular angle that I happen to like, the light reflected off the top of the screen in a really annoying way. Also, the light was VERY much on the blue end of the spectrum ("cold").- Octovo: Also a compact light, but I found it very weak.- Belkin Clip-On: As *light*, this was the best light of all. It is the only one that was truly "warm" (more like daylight), rather than blue. I loved the *light*. BUT, it is NOT adapted for the kindle touch!!! The adapter they send is for the kindle *keyboard* (as off Dec 2011). It just keeps falling off the kindle touch. With tried it with my partner's keyboard, and it fit perfectly. So watch out for that. Furthermore, it IS bulky. I could live with the bulk because I loved the light itself so much, but if it keeps falling off, that makes it useless. If they ever come out with a ver for the touch, I might buy it just to have by the bed, and use another light for travel (see below).- Kandle (regular): Form factor wise, it is the nicest and most elegant. Fits on the Kindle like a glove, and even fits into my Belkin sleeve for the kindle. Yes, the light on the screen is a bit uneven (weaker at the bottom or on the further side, depending on whether you have it mounted on the side or the top), but not terribly so. BUT it has two major flaws. (1) When you close the lid, the light does not shut down automatically. And once it's shut, you don't message it's on. Simple to go through a set of batteries per day in this way... And (2), the on/off button is too easily pressed. I pulled it out of my purse to search the light on, when I know I shut it off. So if you'll have it anywhere where it might come in contact with other things, again, watch out for battery issues...- Kandle Flex: This is the one I ended up with. Again, like the other kandle, fits on the kindle like a glove. It's very compact, simple to adjust the direction of the light without disturbing the base (unlike the mighty bright or the verso clip-on), very compact, little form factor, and decent light. Because the direction of the light is adjustable, it's simple to obtain relatively even light throughout. The only negative I have is that the light is not quite as warm as a the belkin (but I am not sure it's doable with "watch" batteries), and is a touch weaker than I'd like, again, I think because they use watch batteries. In exchange, you obtain a very nice, light, compact form factor. So, while not perfect, it is, in my opinion, the clear champion in this lot, and the one I ended upkeeping.

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-11-20 18:1

    I always test to do my "due diligence" before purchasing most things, and that means I read the 1-star reviews. I am a small surprised at 13% 1-star reviews for this small light because I think it's terrific!A while back I bought (on sale) the primary Kindle, with the gray screen. I'm gettin' up in years. I was reading in bed with the light on but that didn't thrill my long-suffering wife. I thought about getting a Paperwhite with its built-in light, but maybe a better alternative was a simple, lightweight LED book light. I settled on this one, and I love some of the 1-star reviews folks said the thing didn't work. Mine worked out of the box and continues to work. Some said the batteries don't last. Well, I guess that depends on how much you use it. I've been using mine rather a lot (since for me the gray screen in hard to see even in better light) and the batteries that came with are holding up fine, and replacements are available at Walgreens or Walmart, and they come in pairs. Someone said the light glares on the screen. Well, yes, it can, but it depends on the angle of the light and the screen. I really like the clamp! It is solid and padded with a powerful spring that holds beautifully on my Kindle. Its gooseneck is totally adjustable, and sometimes a slight tilt of the Kindle is enough to slay the reflection. I hold my light a small off center to one side. It's not directly in my line of sight, and it's very simple to control the glare.I heartily recommend the light. You hardly know it's there it's so light, and it really helps on the gray screen!

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-11-20 18:1

    What I love about this light is that unlike the mighty bright (which I used for years), this one does not obscure the screen in any way. It fits the 6" primary kindle perfectly, clipping onto the top but not going beyond the edge. It stays in place, doesn't move and allows you to read the entire kindle screen, without having to attach it to a separate cover. As a comparison, the mighty bright had possibly (marginally) better light but if attached directly, the mighty bright would cover some of the screen which was a annoying, so I mostly used it with a cover. The mighty bright also had a nasty habit of snapping open/closed when removing it. This one doesn't need to be removed, it's a amazing fit.I search the light itself to be more than adequate. Not sure if those complaints are about a larger kindle size.

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-11-20 18:1

    I was so happy with this light it just enabled me to read my primary e reader in a darker light, it is a amazing light source. It is neat and fits well onto the e-reader and you can move the arm to a position which suits you. Like other reviewers the easy button ton the top of the light is easily activated and if in a bag and pressed versus anythng it will switch on. Best to secure it when packing it so nothing will contact it . I just rolled some bubble wrap around mine before slipping it into my handbag and it worked.

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-11-20 18:1

    I bought my first Kindle in late November, I disregarded reviews and bought the Kindle Lighted Leather Cover. The light is horrible, bottom half of the screen isn't lit well at all! So, looking to obtain better lighting...I researched options on Amazon and saw Amazon Reviewer/Shopper Erin Cormier's video review of the Versa Clip-On Light. Her video showed all of the features and convinced me to buy the Versa Clip-on Ms. Cormier's video shows, this light clips on the top or side without covering the screen. It is very flexible so I can shift it depending on where I am o unexpected benefits. First, I can leave the light clipped to the Kindle and bend it across the top of the closed case...I don't have to take it on and off as I expected. Second, the light came with additional batteries!There is a reason this light keeps selling out. Don't waste cash on a lighted cover, obtain this light instead!

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-11-20 18:1

    Sometimes I wake up at night and need to read something and let myself to obtain sleepy again and fall asleep. But I don't wish to turn on all my lights and wake fully up! Enter this nifty small reading light that softly illuminates the pages of a book or eReader without lighting up the whole room! I search it to be handy and effective for late night reading sessions without telling my brain that it is is also a amazing method to pass the time when sharing a room with someone who is ready to go to sleep when you are not ready. The light itself is excellent for the size of a page and the rest of the room remains is was originally purchased for use with my Kindle because I have the kind that is not backlit. But I soon found out that it can be used beyond the Kindle and now I wouldn't be without one of these.

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-11-20 18:1

    This is NOT a VERSO brand light. I own 2 Verso's which is why I ordered this one. This is falsely advertised. This is a much cheaper and flimsy design and no marking of Verao on the product like all the other Verao brand light. This one "flops" easily unlike the Verso's I own. It also "clicks" when you squeeze the clip sounding like it's going to crack and break also unlike the Verso. I an unhappy that this is advertised as a Verso.

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-11-20 18:1

    I purchased this clip on light because I purchased the $89 Kindle with no back-light and I required some sort of method to read at night while my baby is sleeping and the light is off so not to disturb her. I had the opportunity to obtain the Kindle that was thirty dollars more with the back-light, the Paperwhite, but I figured I didn't wish to spend that much on it before I knew if I liked the Kindle or not so I opted to obtain the cheaper one and obtain a light (still costed less than the Paperwhite).It arrived today and as soon as I got the batteries in and turned it on the light came on and no less than 5 seconds later started to dim until it looked like it was not on. I took the batteries out and place them back in thinking maybe it was the placement of the batteries and tried again and it did the same, only the light came on dimmer than the first time and then fizzed out. I don't know if this is due to faulty batteries and I can't obtain to the shop until morning but for a first time out of the pack experience I would say this product is off to a lousy start. I am going to obtain some battery's (C2032, annoying that it doesn't use a more convenient battery) and test again. Nevertheless, I am not too satisfied with being out of a light tonight and in light of this (no pun intended, ha!) I may just spring for the more expensive Kindle with the back-light, send this back, obtain my refund and place it towards more books. I will report back tomorrow as to what happened with the fresh batteries but as it stands this is a 1 star product.*Edit January 3, 2013* I purchased 2 fresh C2032 batteries and place them in and the light does work, looks like the batteries were dead. Looks like this will fit its purpose and so I am moving my review from a 1 to a 4. I say 4 because it would almost be more convenient to not contain batteries and just recommend to buy them so that it works on the first day and not delay because you search you need to buy more merchandise to create it work. I would first recommend just getting the Paperwhite but if you are like me and would like to save a few pennies then the non lit Kindle and this light will do. I will modernize again once these batteries die to attest to the length of the batteries.*Edit January 26, 2013* I have been using this light and I search that while the batteries, since I replaced them out of the box, have yet to die on me the light is method too bright. Entirely too bright. It illuminates the room for the most part and is very distracting to my daughter who sleeps in a crib in my bedroom. I am going to hold this as a backup in case I need it, but for my typical needs of reading at night I purchased the Kindle case with a light attached to use. The case clips the Kindle in and the light draws the power from the Kindle. No batteries to purchase and it's bright enough to read but does not light the room. I recommend if you would like to read at night and either live alone or sleep in a separate room or have a friend that doesn't mind the light. However, if the light is going to be in their face anyway, why not just use the light in your room?

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-11-20 18:1

    Summer 2016 Update: A lot has changed since I bought this to use with my first Kindle. That first Kindle has since been retired in favor of newer Kindle Fire models, but this reading light is still working well and going powerful with its original battery. It has been re-purposed for camping trips. It works well for a tent light and the clip makes it amazing for attaching to a lot of surfaces (including a baseball hat). I definitely feel I have gotten my money's worth out of this item.Original Review:Durable, handy Kindle Add-on: This is a amazing light for use on Kindle models that don't have back-lighting. I bought two, gave one as a bonus and kept the other. I have had mine since 2011 and have never need to change the bulb. The illumination is not harsh and works well for me.

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-11-20 18:1

    I bought the Verso Clip-On Reading Light for Kindle to use with my M-Edge Kindle cover, based on reviews. One reviewer criticized the shortness of the M-Edge light, preferring the longer length of the gooseneck on the Verso. My experience with the Verso was: It was okay for angling the light for optimum reading, but the clip kept popping off the edge of my Kindle! This was annoying, at best! Then, the battery ran out within a week, and its having a CR2 battery really created this problematic! The Verso came with an additional set of batteries, so I replaced the original set. Not only did the Verso hold popping off my Kindle, there was no method to shop it in the M-Edge cover, so I just left the Verso light at home whenever I took the Kindle with me anywhere. Meanwhile, as I watched the Verso's second set of batteries drain, I ordered the M-Edge light. Like night and day, to create a very weak pun! The M-Edge takes one AAA battery, the advantage of which is HUGE. Also, the length of the gooseneck has small or no bearing on aiming the light. The fact that the M-Edge light can be angled up or down parallel to the long edge of the Kindle lends much more variability to aiming the light. Also, I've had the M-Edge light for a week now, using it to the same degree as I did the Verso, and I've not noticed any dimming of the light. It's also helpful that the M-Edge light has an automatic timer: it shuts off after 60 minutes. I'm not worried about the battery draining, since I always have AAA batteries on hand. So, if you're debating which light is better for use with the M-Edge cover, the M-Edge light is far superior. I'm now just using the Verso light on puzzle books, but even that isn't too amazing since the light has become dim, and it's so heavy, it keeps making the pages where it's clipped flop down, even if it's almost the whole book. Then it becomes unclipped and falls off.

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    Reading Light, Red, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-11-23 18:1

    I tend to obsess about finding the excellent solution for things, and this happened also with my find for a light for my fresh kindle touch, that I absolutely love. I ended up trying 7 various lights, and will post this comparison as a review for all of them. Hopefully others can benefit from my experience...- Might Bright XtraFlex2: It is, indeed, mighty bright, but more in scope than in intensity. It casts light on a HUGE area, enough to disturb my partner in bed... On the kindle itself, it is only slightly brighter than other lights. Not enough to justify its size in my opinion. Which brings us to its other flaw - it is BIG. The clip is too huge to clip straight onto the top of the kindle. I had to clip it diagonally. It seemed to work and be stable that way, but it is a huge beast, and would not be convenient for travel, for me. Given that the illumination onto the kindle itself was only slightly brighter than other lights, I didn't think it was a amazing solution.- Verso clip-on: Amazing travel size, very very blue light, not very bright, and it actually POPPED OFF my kindle when I tried to adjust the head of the light to shine in a slightly various direction. And while it's fairly small, it does not fold in any particular way, so it's not very compact.- Verso Arc: Nice form factor, but I found the bright but somewhat uneven, and worst of all (which is why I returned it), if I held it in bed in a particular angle that I happen to like, the light reflected off the top of the screen in a really annoying way. Also, the light was VERY much on the blue end of the spectrum ("cold").- Octovo: Also a compact light, but I found it very weak.- Belkin Clip-On: As *light*, this was the best light of all. It is the only one that was truly "warm" (more like daylight), rather than blue. I loved the *light*. BUT, it is NOT adapted for the kindle touch!!! The adapter they send is for the kindle *keyboard* (as off Dec 2011). It just keeps falling off the kindle touch. With tried it with my partner's keyboard, and it fit perfectly. So watch out for that. Furthermore, it IS bulky. I could live with the bulk because I loved the light itself so much, but if it keeps falling off, that makes it useless. If they ever come out with a ver for the touch, I might buy it just to have by the bed, and use another light for travel (see below).- Kandle (regular): Form factor wise, it is the nicest and most elegant. Fits on the Kindle like a glove, and even fits into my Belkin sleeve for the kindle. Yes, the light on the screen is a bit uneven (weaker at the bottom or on the further side, depending on whether you have it mounted on the side or the top), but not terribly so. BUT it has two major flaws. (1) When you close the lid, the light does not shut down automatically. And once it's shut, you don't message it's on. Simple to go through a set of batteries per day in this way... And (2), the on/off button is too easily pressed. I pulled it out of my purse to search the light on, when I know I shut it off. So if you'll have it anywhere where it might come in contact with other things, again, watch out for battery issues...- Kandle Flex: This is the one I ended up with. Again, like the other kandle, fits on the kindle like a glove. It's very compact, simple to adjust the direction of the light without disturbing the base (unlike the mighty bright or the verso clip-on), very compact, little form factor, and decent light. Because the direction of the light is adjustable, it's simple to obtain relatively even light throughout. The only negative I have is that the light is not quite as warm as a the belkin (but I am not sure it's doable with "watch" batteries), and is a touch weaker than I'd like, again, I think because they use watch batteries. In exchange, you obtain a very nice, light, compact form factor. So, while not perfect, it is, in my opinion, the clear champion in this lot, and the one I ended upkeeping.

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    Reading Light, Red, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-11-23 18:1

    I always test to do my "due diligence" before purchasing most things, and that means I read the 1-star reviews. I am a small surprised at 13% 1-star reviews for this small light because I think it's terrific!A while back I bought (on sale) the primary Kindle, with the gray screen. I'm gettin' up in years. I was reading in bed with the light on but that didn't thrill my long-suffering wife. I thought about getting a Paperwhite with its built-in light, but maybe a better alternative was a simple, lightweight LED book light. I settled on this one, and I love some of the 1-star reviews folks said the thing didn't work. Mine worked out of the box and continues to work. Some said the batteries don't last. Well, I guess that depends on how much you use it. I've been using mine rather a lot (since for me the gray screen in hard to see even in better light) and the batteries that came with are holding up fine, and replacements are available at Walgreens or Walmart, and they come in pairs. Someone said the light glares on the screen. Well, yes, it can, but it depends on the angle of the light and the screen. I really like the clamp! It is solid and padded with a powerful spring that holds beautifully on my Kindle. Its gooseneck is totally adjustable, and sometimes a slight tilt of the Kindle is enough to slay the reflection. I hold my light a small off center to one side. It's not directly in my line of sight, and it's very simple to control the glare.I heartily recommend the light. You hardly know it's there it's so light, and it really helps on the gray screen!

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    Reading Light, Red, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-11-23 18:1

    What I love about this light is that unlike the mighty bright (which I used for years), this one does not obscure the screen in any way. It fits the 6" primary kindle perfectly, clipping onto the top but not going beyond the edge. It stays in place, doesn't move and allows you to read the entire kindle screen, without having to attach it to a separate cover. As a comparison, the mighty bright had possibly (marginally) better light but if attached directly, the mighty bright would cover some of the screen which was a annoying, so I mostly used it with a cover. The mighty bright also had a nasty habit of snapping open/closed when removing it. This one doesn't need to be removed, it's a amazing fit.I search the light itself to be more than adequate. Not sure if those complaints are about a larger kindle size.

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    Reading Light, Red, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-11-23 18:1

    I was so happy with this light it just enabled me to read my primary e reader in a darker light, it is a amazing light source. It is neat and fits well onto the e-reader and you can move the arm to a position which suits you. Like other reviewers the easy button ton the top of the light is easily activated and if in a bag and pressed versus anythng it will switch on. Best to secure it when packing it so nothing will contact it . I just rolled some bubble wrap around mine before slipping it into my handbag and it worked.

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    Reading Light, Red, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-11-23 18:1

    I bought my first Kindle in late November, I disregarded reviews and bought the Kindle Lighted Leather Cover. The light is horrible, bottom half of the screen isn't lit well at all! So, looking to obtain better lighting...I researched options on Amazon and saw Amazon Reviewer/Shopper Erin Cormier's video review of the Versa Clip-On Light. Her video showed all of the features and convinced me to buy the Versa Clip-on Ms. Cormier's video shows, this light clips on the top or side without covering the screen. It is very flexible so I can shift it depending on where I am o unexpected benefits. First, I can leave the light clipped to the Kindle and bend it across the top of the closed case...I don't have to take it on and off as I expected. Second, the light came with additional batteries!There is a reason this light keeps selling out. Don't waste cash on a lighted cover, obtain this light instead!

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    Reading Light, Red, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-11-23 18:1

    Sometimes I wake up at night and need to read something and let myself to obtain sleepy again and fall asleep. But I don't wish to turn on all my lights and wake fully up! Enter this nifty small reading light that softly illuminates the pages of a book or eReader without lighting up the whole room! I search it to be handy and effective for late night reading sessions without telling my brain that it is is also a amazing method to pass the time when sharing a room with someone who is ready to go to sleep when you are not ready. The light itself is excellent for the size of a page and the rest of the room remains is was originally purchased for use with my Kindle because I have the kind that is not backlit. But I soon found out that it can be used beyond the Kindle and now I wouldn't be without one of these.

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    Reading Light, Red, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-11-23 18:1

    This is NOT a VERSO brand light. I own 2 Verso's which is why I ordered this one. This is falsely advertised. This is a much cheaper and flimsy design and no marking of Verao on the product like all the other Verao brand light. This one "flops" easily unlike the Verso's I own. It also "clicks" when you squeeze the clip sounding like it's going to crack and break also unlike the Verso. I an unhappy that this is advertised as a Verso.

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    Reading Light, Red, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-11-23 18:1

    I purchased this clip on light because I purchased the $89 Kindle with no back-light and I required some sort of method to read at night while my baby is sleeping and the light is off so not to disturb her. I had the opportunity to obtain the Kindle that was thirty dollars more with the back-light, the Paperwhite, but I figured I didn't wish to spend that much on it before I knew if I liked the Kindle or not so I opted to obtain the cheaper one and obtain a light (still costed less than the Paperwhite).It arrived today and as soon as I got the batteries in and turned it on the light came on and no less than 5 seconds later started to dim until it looked like it was not on. I took the batteries out and place them back in thinking maybe it was the placement of the batteries and tried again and it did the same, only the light came on dimmer than the first time and then fizzed out. I don't know if this is due to faulty batteries and I can't obtain to the shop until morning but for a first time out of the pack experience I would say this product is off to a lousy start. I am going to obtain some battery's (C2032, annoying that it doesn't use a more convenient battery) and test again. Nevertheless, I am not too satisfied with being out of a light tonight and in light of this (no pun intended, ha!) I may just spring for the more expensive Kindle with the back-light, send this back, obtain my refund and place it towards more books. I will report back tomorrow as to what happened with the fresh batteries but as it stands this is a 1 star product.*Edit January 3, 2013* I purchased 2 fresh C2032 batteries and place them in and the light does work, looks like the batteries were dead. Looks like this will fit its purpose and so I am moving my review from a 1 to a 4. I say 4 because it would almost be more convenient to not contain batteries and just recommend to buy them so that it works on the first day and not delay because you search you need to buy more merchandise to create it work. I would first recommend just getting the Paperwhite but if you are like me and would like to save a few pennies then the non lit Kindle and this light will do. I will modernize again once these batteries die to attest to the length of the batteries.*Edit January 26, 2013* I have been using this light and I search that while the batteries, since I replaced them out of the box, have yet to die on me the light is method too bright. Entirely too bright. It illuminates the room for the most part and is very distracting to my daughter who sleeps in a crib in my bedroom. I am going to hold this as a backup in case I need it, but for my typical needs of reading at night I purchased the Kindle case with a light attached to use. The case clips the Kindle in and the light draws the power from the Kindle. No batteries to purchase and it's bright enough to read but does not light the room. I recommend if you would like to read at night and either live alone or sleep in a separate room or have a friend that doesn't mind the light. However, if the light is going to be in their face anyway, why not just use the light in your room?

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    Reading Light, Red, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-11-23 18:1

    Summer 2016 Update: A lot has changed since I bought this to use with my first Kindle. That first Kindle has since been retired in favor of newer Kindle Fire models, but this reading light is still working well and going powerful with its original battery. It has been re-purposed for camping trips. It works well for a tent light and the clip makes it amazing for attaching to a lot of surfaces (including a baseball hat). I definitely feel I have gotten my money's worth out of this item.Original Review:Durable, handy Kindle Add-on: This is a amazing light for use on Kindle models that don't have back-lighting. I bought two, gave one as a bonus and kept the other. I have had mine since 2011 and have never need to change the bulb. The illumination is not harsh and works well for me.

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    Reading Light, Red, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-11-23 18:1

    I bought the Verso Clip-On Reading Light for Kindle to use with my M-Edge Kindle cover, based on reviews. One reviewer criticized the shortness of the M-Edge light, preferring the longer length of the gooseneck on the Verso. My experience with the Verso was: It was okay for angling the light for optimum reading, but the clip kept popping off the edge of my Kindle! This was annoying, at best! Then, the battery ran out within a week, and its having a CR2 battery really created this problematic! The Verso came with an additional set of batteries, so I replaced the original set. Not only did the Verso hold popping off my Kindle, there was no method to shop it in the M-Edge cover, so I just left the Verso light at home whenever I took the Kindle with me anywhere. Meanwhile, as I watched the Verso's second set of batteries drain, I ordered the M-Edge light. Like night and day, to create a very weak pun! The M-Edge takes one AAA battery, the advantage of which is HUGE. Also, the length of the gooseneck has small or no bearing on aiming the light. The fact that the M-Edge light can be angled up or down parallel to the long edge of the Kindle lends much more variability to aiming the light. Also, I've had the M-Edge light for a week now, using it to the same degree as I did the Verso, and I've not noticed any dimming of the light. It's also helpful that the M-Edge light has an automatic timer: it shuts off after 60 minutes. I'm not worried about the battery draining, since I always have AAA batteries on hand. So, if you're debating which light is better for use with the M-Edge cover, the M-Edge light is far superior. I'm now just using the Verso light on puzzle books, but even that isn't too amazing since the light has become dim, and it's so heavy, it keeps making the pages where it's clipped flop down, even if it's almost the whole book. Then it becomes unclipped and falls off.

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    Reading Light, Black, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-11-27 18:1

    I tend to obsess about finding the excellent solution for things, and this happened also with my find for a light for my fresh kindle touch, that I absolutely love. I ended up trying 7 various lights, and will post this comparison as a review for all of them. Hopefully others can benefit from my experience...- Might Bright XtraFlex2: It is, indeed, mighty bright, but more in scope than in intensity. It casts light on a HUGE area, enough to disturb my partner in bed... On the kindle itself, it is only slightly brighter than other lights. Not enough to justify its size in my opinion. Which brings us to its other flaw - it is BIG. The clip is too huge to clip straight onto the top of the kindle. I had to clip it diagonally. It seemed to work and be stable that way, but it is a huge beast, and would not be convenient for travel, for me. Given that the illumination onto the kindle itself was only slightly brighter than other lights, I didn't think it was a amazing solution.- Verso clip-on: Amazing travel size, very very blue light, not very bright, and it actually POPPED OFF my kindle when I tried to adjust the head of the light to shine in a slightly various direction. And while it's fairly small, it does not fold in any particular way, so it's not very compact.- Verso Arc: Nice form factor, but I found the bright but somewhat uneven, and worst of all (which is why I returned it), if I held it in bed in a particular angle that I happen to like, the light reflected off the top of the screen in a really annoying way. Also, the light was VERY much on the blue end of the spectrum ("cold").- Octovo: Also a compact light, but I found it very weak.- Belkin Clip-On: As *light*, this was the best light of all. It is the only one that was truly "warm" (more like daylight), rather than blue. I loved the *light*. BUT, it is NOT adapted for the kindle touch!!! The adapter they send is for the kindle *keyboard* (as off Dec 2011). It just keeps falling off the kindle touch. With tried it with my partner's keyboard, and it fit perfectly. So watch out for that. Furthermore, it IS bulky. I could live with the bulk because I loved the light itself so much, but if it keeps falling off, that makes it useless. If they ever come out with a ver for the touch, I might buy it just to have by the bed, and use another light for travel (see below).- Kandle (regular): Form factor wise, it is the nicest and most elegant. Fits on the Kindle like a glove, and even fits into my Belkin sleeve for the kindle. Yes, the light on the screen is a bit uneven (weaker at the bottom or on the further side, depending on whether you have it mounted on the side or the top), but not terribly so. BUT it has two major flaws. (1) When you close the lid, the light does not shut down automatically. And once it's shut, you don't message it's on. Simple to go through a set of batteries per day in this way... And (2), the on/off button is too easily pressed. I pulled it out of my purse to search the light on, when I know I shut it off. So if you'll have it anywhere where it might come in contact with other things, again, watch out for battery issues...- Kandle Flex: This is the one I ended up with. Again, like the other kandle, fits on the kindle like a glove. It's very compact, simple to adjust the direction of the light without disturbing the base (unlike the mighty bright or the verso clip-on), very compact, little form factor, and decent light. Because the direction of the light is adjustable, it's simple to obtain relatively even light throughout. The only negative I have is that the light is not quite as warm as a the belkin (but I am not sure it's doable with "watch" batteries), and is a touch weaker than I'd like, again, I think because they use watch batteries. In exchange, you obtain a very nice, light, compact form factor. So, while not perfect, it is, in my opinion, the clear champion in this lot, and the one I ended upkeeping.

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    Reading Light, Black, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-11-27 18:1

    I always test to do my "due diligence" before purchasing most things, and that means I read the 1-star reviews. I am a small surprised at 13% 1-star reviews for this small light because I think it's terrific!A while back I bought (on sale) the primary Kindle, with the gray screen. I'm gettin' up in years. I was reading in bed with the light on but that didn't thrill my long-suffering wife. I thought about getting a Paperwhite with its built-in light, but maybe a better alternative was a simple, lightweight LED book light. I settled on this one, and I love some of the 1-star reviews folks said the thing didn't work. Mine worked out of the box and continues to work. Some said the batteries don't last. Well, I guess that depends on how much you use it. I've been using mine rather a lot (since for me the gray screen in hard to see even in better light) and the batteries that came with are holding up fine, and replacements are available at Walgreens or Walmart, and they come in pairs. Someone said the light glares on the screen. Well, yes, it can, but it depends on the angle of the light and the screen. I really like the clamp! It is solid and padded with a powerful spring that holds beautifully on my Kindle. Its gooseneck is totally adjustable, and sometimes a slight tilt of the Kindle is enough to slay the reflection. I hold my light a small off center to one side. It's not directly in my line of sight, and it's very simple to control the glare.I heartily recommend the light. You hardly know it's there it's so light, and it really helps on the gray screen!

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    Reading Light, Black, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-11-27 18:1

    What I love about this light is that unlike the mighty bright (which I used for years), this one does not obscure the screen in any way. It fits the 6" primary kindle perfectly, clipping onto the top but not going beyond the edge. It stays in place, doesn't move and allows you to read the entire kindle screen, without having to attach it to a separate cover. As a comparison, the mighty bright had possibly (marginally) better light but if attached directly, the mighty bright would cover some of the screen which was a annoying, so I mostly used it with a cover. The mighty bright also had a nasty habit of snapping open/closed when removing it. This one doesn't need to be removed, it's a amazing fit.I search the light itself to be more than adequate. Not sure if those complaints are about a larger kindle size.

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    Reading Light, Black, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-11-27 18:1

    I was so happy with this light it just enabled me to read my primary e reader in a darker light, it is a amazing light source. It is neat and fits well onto the e-reader and you can move the arm to a position which suits you. Like other reviewers the easy button ton the top of the light is easily activated and if in a bag and pressed versus anythng it will switch on. Best to secure it when packing it so nothing will contact it . I just rolled some bubble wrap around mine before slipping it into my handbag and it worked.

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    Reading Light, Black, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-11-27 18:1

    I bought my first Kindle in late November, I disregarded reviews and bought the Kindle Lighted Leather Cover. The light is horrible, bottom half of the screen isn't lit well at all! So, looking to obtain better lighting...I researched options on Amazon and saw Amazon Reviewer/Shopper Erin Cormier's video review of the Versa Clip-On Light. Her video showed all of the features and convinced me to buy the Versa Clip-on Ms. Cormier's video shows, this light clips on the top or side without covering the screen. It is very flexible so I can shift it depending on where I am o unexpected benefits. First, I can leave the light clipped to the Kindle and bend it across the top of the closed case...I don't have to take it on and off as I expected. Second, the light came with additional batteries!There is a reason this light keeps selling out. Don't waste cash on a lighted cover, obtain this light instead!

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    Reading Light, Black, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-11-27 18:1

    Sometimes I wake up at night and need to read something and let myself to obtain sleepy again and fall asleep. But I don't wish to turn on all my lights and wake fully up! Enter this nifty small reading light that softly illuminates the pages of a book or eReader without lighting up the whole room! I search it to be handy and effective for late night reading sessions without telling my brain that it is is also a amazing method to pass the time when sharing a room with someone who is ready to go to sleep when you are not ready. The light itself is excellent for the size of a page and the rest of the room remains is was originally purchased for use with my Kindle because I have the kind that is not backlit. But I soon found out that it can be used beyond the Kindle and now I wouldn't be without one of these.

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    Reading Light, Black, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-11-27 18:1

    This is NOT a VERSO brand light. I own 2 Verso's which is why I ordered this one. This is falsely advertised. This is a much cheaper and flimsy design and no marking of Verao on the product like all the other Verao brand light. This one "flops" easily unlike the Verso's I own. It also "clicks" when you squeeze the clip sounding like it's going to crack and break also unlike the Verso. I an unhappy that this is advertised as a Verso.

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    Reading Light, Black, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-11-27 18:1

    I purchased this clip on light because I purchased the $89 Kindle with no back-light and I required some sort of method to read at night while my baby is sleeping and the light is off so not to disturb her. I had the opportunity to obtain the Kindle that was thirty dollars more with the back-light, the Paperwhite, but I figured I didn't wish to spend that much on it before I knew if I liked the Kindle or not so I opted to obtain the cheaper one and obtain a light (still costed less than the Paperwhite).It arrived today and as soon as I got the batteries in and turned it on the light came on and no less than 5 seconds later started to dim until it looked like it was not on. I took the batteries out and place them back in thinking maybe it was the placement of the batteries and tried again and it did the same, only the light came on dimmer than the first time and then fizzed out. I don't know if this is due to faulty batteries and I can't obtain to the shop until morning but for a first time out of the pack experience I would say this product is off to a lousy start. I am going to obtain some battery's (C2032, annoying that it doesn't use a more convenient battery) and test again. Nevertheless, I am not too satisfied with being out of a light tonight and in light of this (no pun intended, ha!) I may just spring for the more expensive Kindle with the back-light, send this back, obtain my refund and place it towards more books. I will report back tomorrow as to what happened with the fresh batteries but as it stands this is a 1 star product.*Edit January 3, 2013* I purchased 2 fresh C2032 batteries and place them in and the light does work, looks like the batteries were dead. Looks like this will fit its purpose and so I am moving my review from a 1 to a 4. I say 4 because it would almost be more convenient to not contain batteries and just recommend to buy them so that it works on the first day and not delay because you search you need to buy more merchandise to create it work. I would first recommend just getting the Paperwhite but if you are like me and would like to save a few pennies then the non lit Kindle and this light will do. I will modernize again once these batteries die to attest to the length of the batteries.*Edit January 26, 2013* I have been using this light and I search that while the batteries, since I replaced them out of the box, have yet to die on me the light is method too bright. Entirely too bright. It illuminates the room for the most part and is very distracting to my daughter who sleeps in a crib in my bedroom. I am going to hold this as a backup in case I need it, but for my typical needs of reading at night I purchased the Kindle case with a light attached to use. The case clips the Kindle in and the light draws the power from the Kindle. No batteries to purchase and it's bright enough to read but does not light the room. I recommend if you would like to read at night and either live alone or sleep in a separate room or have a friend that doesn't mind the light. However, if the light is going to be in their face anyway, why not just use the light in your room?

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    Reading Light, Black, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-11-27 18:1

    Summer 2016 Update: A lot has changed since I bought this to use with my first Kindle. That first Kindle has since been retired in favor of newer Kindle Fire models, but this reading light is still working well and going powerful with its original battery. It has been re-purposed for camping trips. It works well for a tent light and the clip makes it amazing for attaching to a lot of surfaces (including a baseball hat). I definitely feel I have gotten my money's worth out of this item.Original Review:Durable, handy Kindle Add-on: This is a amazing light for use on Kindle models that don't have back-lighting. I bought two, gave one as a bonus and kept the other. I have had mine since 2011 and have never need to change the bulb. The illumination is not harsh and works well for me.

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    Reading Light, Black, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-11-27 18:1

    I bought the Verso Clip-On Reading Light for Kindle to use with my M-Edge Kindle cover, based on reviews. One reviewer criticized the shortness of the M-Edge light, preferring the longer length of the gooseneck on the Verso. My experience with the Verso was: It was okay for angling the light for optimum reading, but the clip kept popping off the edge of my Kindle! This was annoying, at best! Then, the battery ran out within a week, and its having a CR2 battery really created this problematic! The Verso came with an additional set of batteries, so I replaced the original set. Not only did the Verso hold popping off my Kindle, there was no method to shop it in the M-Edge cover, so I just left the Verso light at home whenever I took the Kindle with me anywhere. Meanwhile, as I watched the Verso's second set of batteries drain, I ordered the M-Edge light. Like night and day, to create a very weak pun! The M-Edge takes one AAA battery, the advantage of which is HUGE. Also, the length of the gooseneck has small or no bearing on aiming the light. The fact that the M-Edge light can be angled up or down parallel to the long edge of the Kindle lends much more variability to aiming the light. Also, I've had the M-Edge light for a week now, using it to the same degree as I did the Verso, and I've not noticed any dimming of the light. It's also helpful that the M-Edge light has an automatic timer: it shuts off after 60 minutes. I'm not worried about the battery draining, since I always have AAA batteries on hand. So, if you're debating which light is better for use with the M-Edge cover, the M-Edge light is far superior. I'm now just using the Verso light on puzzle books, but even that isn't too amazing since the light has become dim, and it's so heavy, it keeps making the pages where it's clipped flop down, even if it's almost the whole book. Then it becomes unclipped and falls off.

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:6

    I tend to obsess about finding the excellent solution for things, and this happened also with my find for a light for my fresh kindle touch, that I absolutely love. I ended up trying 7 various lights, and will post this comparison as a review for all of them. Hopefully others can benefit from my experience...- Might Bright XtraFlex2: It is, indeed, mighty bright, but more in scope than in intensity. It casts light on a HUGE area, enough to disturb my partner in bed... On the kindle itself, it is only slightly brighter than other lights. Not enough to justify its size in my opinion. Which brings us to its other flaw - it is BIG. The clip is too huge to clip straight onto the top of the kindle. I had to clip it diagonally. It seemed to work and be stable that way, but it is a huge beast, and would not be convenient for travel, for me. Given that the illumination onto the kindle itself was only slightly brighter than other lights, I didn't think it was a amazing solution.- Verso clip-on: Amazing travel size, very very blue light, not very bright, and it actually POPPED OFF my kindle when I tried to adjust the head of the light to shine in a slightly various direction. And while it's fairly small, it does not fold in any particular way, so it's not very compact.- Verso Arc: Nice form factor, but I found the bright but somewhat uneven, and worst of all (which is why I returned it), if I held it in bed in a particular angle that I happen to like, the light reflected off the top of the screen in a really annoying way. Also, the light was VERY much on the blue end of the spectrum ("cold").- Octovo: Also a compact light, but I found it very weak.- Belkin Clip-On: As *light*, this was the best light of all. It is the only one that was truly "warm" (more like daylight), rather than blue. I loved the *light*. BUT, it is NOT adapted for the kindle touch!!! The adapter they send is for the kindle *keyboard* (as off Dec 2011). It just keeps falling off the kindle touch. With tried it with my partner's keyboard, and it fit perfectly. So watch out for that. Furthermore, it IS bulky. I could live with the bulk because I loved the light itself so much, but if it keeps falling off, that makes it useless. If they ever come out with a ver for the touch, I might buy it just to have by the bed, and use another light for travel (see below).- Kandle (regular): Form factor wise, it is the nicest and most elegant. Fits on the Kindle like a glove, and even fits into my Belkin sleeve for the kindle. Yes, the light on the screen is a bit uneven (weaker at the bottom or on the further side, depending on whether you have it mounted on the side or the top), but not terribly so. BUT it has two major flaws. (1) When you close the lid, the light does not shut down automatically. And once it's shut, you don't message it's on. Simple to go through a set of batteries per day in this way... And (2), the on/off button is too easily pressed. I pulled it out of my purse to search the light on, when I know I shut it off. So if you'll have it anywhere where it might come in contact with other things, again, watch out for battery issues...- Kandle Flex: This is the one I ended up with. Again, like the other kandle, fits on the kindle like a glove. It's very compact, simple to adjust the direction of the light without disturbing the base (unlike the mighty bright or the verso clip-on), very compact, little form factor, and decent light. Because the direction of the light is adjustable, it's simple to obtain relatively even light throughout. The only negative I have is that the light is not quite as warm as a the belkin (but I am not sure it's doable with "watch" batteries), and is a touch weaker than I'd like, again, I think because they use watch batteries. In exchange, you obtain a very nice, light, compact form factor. So, while not perfect, it is, in my opinion, the clear champion in this lot, and the one I ended upkeeping.

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:6

    I always test to do my "due diligence" before purchasing most things, and that means I read the 1-star reviews. I am a small surprised at 13% 1-star reviews for this small light because I think it's terrific!A while back I bought (on sale) the primary Kindle, with the gray screen. I'm gettin' up in years. I was reading in bed with the light on but that didn't thrill my long-suffering wife. I thought about getting a Paperwhite with its built-in light, but maybe a better alternative was a simple, lightweight LED book light. I settled on this one, and I love some of the 1-star reviews folks said the thing didn't work. Mine worked out of the box and continues to work. Some said the batteries don't last. Well, I guess that depends on how much you use it. I've been using mine rather a lot (since for me the gray screen in hard to see even in better light) and the batteries that came with are holding up fine, and replacements are available at Walgreens or Walmart, and they come in pairs. Someone said the light glares on the screen. Well, yes, it can, but it depends on the angle of the light and the screen. I really like the clamp! It is solid and padded with a powerful spring that holds beautifully on my Kindle. Its gooseneck is totally adjustable, and sometimes a slight tilt of the Kindle is enough to slay the reflection. I hold my light a small off center to one side. It's not directly in my line of sight, and it's very simple to control the glare.I heartily recommend the light. You hardly know it's there it's so light, and it really helps on the gray screen!

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:6

    What I love about this light is that unlike the mighty bright (which I used for years), this one does not obscure the screen in any way. It fits the 6" primary kindle perfectly, clipping onto the top but not going beyond the edge. It stays in place, doesn't move and allows you to read the entire kindle screen, without having to attach it to a separate cover. As a comparison, the mighty bright had possibly (marginally) better light but if attached directly, the mighty bright would cover some of the screen which was a annoying, so I mostly used it with a cover. The mighty bright also had a nasty habit of snapping open/closed when removing it. This one doesn't need to be removed, it's a amazing fit.I search the light itself to be more than adequate. Not sure if those complaints are about a larger kindle size.

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:6

    I was so happy with this light it just enabled me to read my primary e reader in a darker light, it is a amazing light source. It is neat and fits well onto the e-reader and you can move the arm to a position which suits you. Like other reviewers the easy button ton the top of the light is easily activated and if in a bag and pressed versus anythng it will switch on. Best to secure it when packing it so nothing will contact it . I just rolled some bubble wrap around mine before slipping it into my handbag and it worked.

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:6

    I bought my first Kindle in late November, I disregarded reviews and bought the Kindle Lighted Leather Cover. The light is horrible, bottom half of the screen isn't lit well at all! So, looking to obtain better lighting...I researched options on Amazon and saw Amazon Reviewer/Shopper Erin Cormier's video review of the Versa Clip-On Light. Her video showed all of the features and convinced me to buy the Versa Clip-on Ms. Cormier's video shows, this light clips on the top or side without covering the screen. It is very flexible so I can shift it depending on where I am o unexpected benefits. First, I can leave the light clipped to the Kindle and bend it across the top of the closed case...I don't have to take it on and off as I expected. Second, the light came with additional batteries!There is a reason this light keeps selling out. Don't waste cash on a lighted cover, obtain this light instead!

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:6

    Sometimes I wake up at night and need to read something and let myself to obtain sleepy again and fall asleep. But I don't wish to turn on all my lights and wake fully up! Enter this nifty small reading light that softly illuminates the pages of a book or eReader without lighting up the whole room! I search it to be handy and effective for late night reading sessions without telling my brain that it is is also a amazing method to pass the time when sharing a room with someone who is ready to go to sleep when you are not ready. The light itself is excellent for the size of a page and the rest of the room remains is was originally purchased for use with my Kindle because I have the kind that is not backlit. But I soon found out that it can be used beyond the Kindle and now I wouldn't be without one of these.

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:6

    This is NOT a VERSO brand light. I own 2 Verso's which is why I ordered this one. This is falsely advertised. This is a much cheaper and flimsy design and no marking of Verao on the product like all the other Verao brand light. This one "flops" easily unlike the Verso's I own. It also "clicks" when you squeeze the clip sounding like it's going to crack and break also unlike the Verso. I an unhappy that this is advertised as a Verso.

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:6

    I purchased this clip on light because I purchased the $89 Kindle with no back-light and I required some sort of method to read at night while my baby is sleeping and the light is off so not to disturb her. I had the opportunity to obtain the Kindle that was thirty dollars more with the back-light, the Paperwhite, but I figured I didn't wish to spend that much on it before I knew if I liked the Kindle or not so I opted to obtain the cheaper one and obtain a light (still costed less than the Paperwhite).It arrived today and as soon as I got the batteries in and turned it on the light came on and no less than 5 seconds later started to dim until it looked like it was not on. I took the batteries out and place them back in thinking maybe it was the placement of the batteries and tried again and it did the same, only the light came on dimmer than the first time and then fizzed out. I don't know if this is due to faulty batteries and I can't obtain to the shop until morning but for a first time out of the pack experience I would say this product is off to a lousy start. I am going to obtain some battery's (C2032, annoying that it doesn't use a more convenient battery) and test again. Nevertheless, I am not too satisfied with being out of a light tonight and in light of this (no pun intended, ha!) I may just spring for the more expensive Kindle with the back-light, send this back, obtain my refund and place it towards more books. I will report back tomorrow as to what happened with the fresh batteries but as it stands this is a 1 star product.*Edit January 3, 2013* I purchased 2 fresh C2032 batteries and place them in and the light does work, looks like the batteries were dead. Looks like this will fit its purpose and so I am moving my review from a 1 to a 4. I say 4 because it would almost be more convenient to not contain batteries and just recommend to buy them so that it works on the first day and not delay because you search you need to buy more merchandise to create it work. I would first recommend just getting the Paperwhite but if you are like me and would like to save a few pennies then the non lit Kindle and this light will do. I will modernize again once these batteries die to attest to the length of the batteries.*Edit January 26, 2013* I have been using this light and I search that while the batteries, since I replaced them out of the box, have yet to die on me the light is method too bright. Entirely too bright. It illuminates the room for the most part and is very distracting to my daughter who sleeps in a crib in my bedroom. I am going to hold this as a backup in case I need it, but for my typical needs of reading at night I purchased the Kindle case with a light attached to use. The case clips the Kindle in and the light draws the power from the Kindle. No batteries to purchase and it's bright enough to read but does not light the room. I recommend if you would like to read at night and either live alone or sleep in a separate room or have a friend that doesn't mind the light. However, if the light is going to be in their face anyway, why not just use the light in your room?

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:6

    Summer 2016 Update: A lot has changed since I bought this to use with my first Kindle. That first Kindle has since been retired in favor of newer Kindle Fire models, but this reading light is still working well and going powerful with its original battery. It has been re-purposed for camping trips. It works well for a tent light and the clip makes it amazing for attaching to a lot of surfaces (including a baseball hat). I definitely feel I have gotten my money's worth out of this item.Original Review:Durable, handy Kindle Add-on: This is a amazing light for use on Kindle models that don't have back-lighting. I bought two, gave one as a bonus and kept the other. I have had mine since 2011 and have never need to change the bulb. The illumination is not harsh and works well for me.

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:6

    I bought the Verso Clip-On Reading Light for Kindle to use with my M-Edge Kindle cover, based on reviews. One reviewer criticized the shortness of the M-Edge light, preferring the longer length of the gooseneck on the Verso. My experience with the Verso was: It was okay for angling the light for optimum reading, but the clip kept popping off the edge of my Kindle! This was annoying, at best! Then, the battery ran out within a week, and its having a CR2 battery really created this problematic! The Verso came with an additional set of batteries, so I replaced the original set. Not only did the Verso hold popping off my Kindle, there was no method to shop it in the M-Edge cover, so I just left the Verso light at home whenever I took the Kindle with me anywhere. Meanwhile, as I watched the Verso's second set of batteries drain, I ordered the M-Edge light. Like night and day, to create a very weak pun! The M-Edge takes one AAA battery, the advantage of which is HUGE. Also, the length of the gooseneck has small or no bearing on aiming the light. The fact that the M-Edge light can be angled up or down parallel to the long edge of the Kindle lends much more variability to aiming the light. Also, I've had the M-Edge light for a week now, using it to the same degree as I did the Verso, and I've not noticed any dimming of the light. It's also helpful that the M-Edge light has an automatic timer: it shuts off after 60 minutes. I'm not worried about the battery draining, since I always have AAA batteries on hand. So, if you're debating which light is better for use with the M-Edge cover, the M-Edge light is far superior. I'm now just using the Verso light on puzzle books, but even that isn't too amazing since the light has become dim, and it's so heavy, it keeps making the pages where it's clipped flop down, even if it's almost the whole book. Then it becomes unclipped and falls off.

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:6

    I tend to obsess about finding the excellent solution for things, and this happened also with my find for a light for my fresh kindle touch, that I absolutely love. I ended up trying 7 various lights, and will post this comparison as a review for all of them. Hopefully others can benefit from my experience...- Might Bright XtraFlex2: It is, indeed, mighty bright, but more in scope than in intensity. It casts light on a HUGE area, enough to disturb my partner in bed... On the kindle itself, it is only slightly brighter than other lights. Not enough to justify its size in my opinion. Which brings us to its other flaw - it is BIG. The clip is too huge to clip straight onto the top of the kindle. I had to clip it diagonally. It seemed to work and be stable that way, but it is a huge beast, and would not be convenient for travel, for me. Given that the illumination onto the kindle itself was only slightly brighter than other lights, I didn't think it was a amazing solution.- Verso clip-on: Amazing travel size, very very blue light, not very bright, and it actually POPPED OFF my kindle when I tried to adjust the head of the light to shine in a slightly various direction. And while it's fairly small, it does not fold in any particular way, so it's not very compact.- Verso Arc: Nice form factor, but I found the bright but somewhat uneven, and worst of all (which is why I returned it), if I held it in bed in a particular angle that I happen to like, the light reflected off the top of the screen in a really annoying way. Also, the light was VERY much on the blue end of the spectrum ("cold").- Octovo: Also a compact light, but I found it very weak.- Belkin Clip-On: As *light*, this was the best light of all. It is the only one that was truly "warm" (more like daylight), rather than blue. I loved the *light*. BUT, it is NOT adapted for the kindle touch!!! The adapter they send is for the kindle *keyboard* (as off Dec 2011). It just keeps falling off the kindle touch. With tried it with my partner's keyboard, and it fit perfectly. So watch out for that. Furthermore, it IS bulky. I could live with the bulk because I loved the light itself so much, but if it keeps falling off, that makes it useless. If they ever come out with a ver for the touch, I might buy it just to have by the bed, and use another light for travel (see below).- Kandle (regular): Form factor wise, it is the nicest and most elegant. Fits on the Kindle like a glove, and even fits into my Belkin sleeve for the kindle. Yes, the light on the screen is a bit uneven (weaker at the bottom or on the further side, depending on whether you have it mounted on the side or the top), but not terribly so. BUT it has two major flaws. (1) When you close the lid, the light does not shut down automatically. And once it's shut, you don't message it's on. Simple to go through a set of batteries per day in this way... And (2), the on/off button is too easily pressed. I pulled it out of my purse to search the light on, when I know I shut it off. So if you'll have it anywhere where it might come in contact with other things, again, watch out for battery issues...- Kandle Flex: This is the one I ended up with. Again, like the other kandle, fits on the kindle like a glove. It's very compact, simple to adjust the direction of the light without disturbing the base (unlike the mighty bright or the verso clip-on), very compact, little form factor, and decent light. Because the direction of the light is adjustable, it's simple to obtain relatively even light throughout. The only negative I have is that the light is not quite as warm as a the belkin (but I am not sure it's doable with "watch" batteries), and is a touch weaker than I'd like, again, I think because they use watch batteries. In exchange, you obtain a very nice, light, compact form factor. So, while not perfect, it is, in my opinion, the clear champion in this lot, and the one I ended upkeeping.

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:6

    I always test to do my "due diligence" before purchasing most things, and that means I read the 1-star reviews. I am a small surprised at 13% 1-star reviews for this small light because I think it's terrific!A while back I bought (on sale) the primary Kindle, with the gray screen. I'm gettin' up in years. I was reading in bed with the light on but that didn't thrill my long-suffering wife. I thought about getting a Paperwhite with its built-in light, but maybe a better alternative was a simple, lightweight LED book light. I settled on this one, and I love some of the 1-star reviews folks said the thing didn't work. Mine worked out of the box and continues to work. Some said the batteries don't last. Well, I guess that depends on how much you use it. I've been using mine rather a lot (since for me the gray screen in hard to see even in better light) and the batteries that came with are holding up fine, and replacements are available at Walgreens or Walmart, and they come in pairs. Someone said the light glares on the screen. Well, yes, it can, but it depends on the angle of the light and the screen. I really like the clamp! It is solid and padded with a powerful spring that holds beautifully on my Kindle. Its gooseneck is totally adjustable, and sometimes a slight tilt of the Kindle is enough to slay the reflection. I hold my light a small off center to one side. It's not directly in my line of sight, and it's very simple to control the glare.I heartily recommend the light. You hardly know it's there it's so light, and it really helps on the gray screen!

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:6

    What I love about this light is that unlike the mighty bright (which I used for years), this one does not obscure the screen in any way. It fits the 6" primary kindle perfectly, clipping onto the top but not going beyond the edge. It stays in place, doesn't move and allows you to read the entire kindle screen, without having to attach it to a separate cover. As a comparison, the mighty bright had possibly (marginally) better light but if attached directly, the mighty bright would cover some of the screen which was a annoying, so I mostly used it with a cover. The mighty bright also had a nasty habit of snapping open/closed when removing it. This one doesn't need to be removed, it's a amazing fit.I search the light itself to be more than adequate. Not sure if those complaints are about a larger kindle size.

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:6

    I was so happy with this light it just enabled me to read my primary e reader in a darker light, it is a amazing light source. It is neat and fits well onto the e-reader and you can move the arm to a position which suits you. Like other reviewers the easy button ton the top of the light is easily activated and if in a bag and pressed versus anythng it will switch on. Best to secure it when packing it so nothing will contact it . I just rolled some bubble wrap around mine before slipping it into my handbag and it worked.

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:6

    I bought my first Kindle in late November, I disregarded reviews and bought the Kindle Lighted Leather Cover. The light is horrible, bottom half of the screen isn't lit well at all! So, looking to obtain better lighting...I researched options on Amazon and saw Amazon Reviewer/Shopper Erin Cormier's video review of the Versa Clip-On Light. Her video showed all of the features and convinced me to buy the Versa Clip-on Ms. Cormier's video shows, this light clips on the top or side without covering the screen. It is very flexible so I can shift it depending on where I am o unexpected benefits. First, I can leave the light clipped to the Kindle and bend it across the top of the closed case...I don't have to take it on and off as I expected. Second, the light came with additional batteries!There is a reason this light keeps selling out. Don't waste cash on a lighted cover, obtain this light instead!

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:6

    Sometimes I wake up at night and need to read something and let myself to obtain sleepy again and fall asleep. But I don't wish to turn on all my lights and wake fully up! Enter this nifty small reading light that softly illuminates the pages of a book or eReader without lighting up the whole room! I search it to be handy and effective for late night reading sessions without telling my brain that it is is also a amazing method to pass the time when sharing a room with someone who is ready to go to sleep when you are not ready. The light itself is excellent for the size of a page and the rest of the room remains is was originally purchased for use with my Kindle because I have the kind that is not backlit. But I soon found out that it can be used beyond the Kindle and now I wouldn't be without one of these.

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:6

    This is NOT a VERSO brand light. I own 2 Verso's which is why I ordered this one. This is falsely advertised. This is a much cheaper and flimsy design and no marking of Verao on the product like all the other Verao brand light. This one "flops" easily unlike the Verso's I own. It also "clicks" when you squeeze the clip sounding like it's going to crack and break also unlike the Verso. I an unhappy that this is advertised as a Verso.

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:6

    I purchased this clip on light because I purchased the $89 Kindle with no back-light and I required some sort of method to read at night while my baby is sleeping and the light is off so not to disturb her. I had the opportunity to obtain the Kindle that was thirty dollars more with the back-light, the Paperwhite, but I figured I didn't wish to spend that much on it before I knew if I liked the Kindle or not so I opted to obtain the cheaper one and obtain a light (still costed less than the Paperwhite).It arrived today and as soon as I got the batteries in and turned it on the light came on and no less than 5 seconds later started to dim until it looked like it was not on. I took the batteries out and place them back in thinking maybe it was the placement of the batteries and tried again and it did the same, only the light came on dimmer than the first time and then fizzed out. I don't know if this is due to faulty batteries and I can't obtain to the shop until morning but for a first time out of the pack experience I would say this product is off to a lousy start. I am going to obtain some battery's (C2032, annoying that it doesn't use a more convenient battery) and test again. Nevertheless, I am not too satisfied with being out of a light tonight and in light of this (no pun intended, ha!) I may just spring for the more expensive Kindle with the back-light, send this back, obtain my refund and place it towards more books. I will report back tomorrow as to what happened with the fresh batteries but as it stands this is a 1 star product.*Edit January 3, 2013* I purchased 2 fresh C2032 batteries and place them in and the light does work, looks like the batteries were dead. Looks like this will fit its purpose and so I am moving my review from a 1 to a 4. I say 4 because it would almost be more convenient to not contain batteries and just recommend to buy them so that it works on the first day and not delay because you search you need to buy more merchandise to create it work. I would first recommend just getting the Paperwhite but if you are like me and would like to save a few pennies then the non lit Kindle and this light will do. I will modernize again once these batteries die to attest to the length of the batteries.*Edit January 26, 2013* I have been using this light and I search that while the batteries, since I replaced them out of the box, have yet to die on me the light is method too bright. Entirely too bright. It illuminates the room for the most part and is very distracting to my daughter who sleeps in a crib in my bedroom. I am going to hold this as a backup in case I need it, but for my typical needs of reading at night I purchased the Kindle case with a light attached to use. The case clips the Kindle in and the light draws the power from the Kindle. No batteries to purchase and it's bright enough to read but does not light the room. I recommend if you would like to read at night and either live alone or sleep in a separate room or have a friend that doesn't mind the light. However, if the light is going to be in their face anyway, why not just use the light in your room?

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:6

    Summer 2016 Update: A lot has changed since I bought this to use with my first Kindle. That first Kindle has since been retired in favor of newer Kindle Fire models, but this reading light is still working well and going powerful with its original battery. It has been re-purposed for camping trips. It works well for a tent light and the clip makes it amazing for attaching to a lot of surfaces (including a baseball hat). I definitely feel I have gotten my money's worth out of this item.Original Review:Durable, handy Kindle Add-on: This is a amazing light for use on Kindle models that don't have back-lighting. I bought two, gave one as a bonus and kept the other. I have had mine since 2011 and have never need to change the bulb. The illumination is not harsh and works well for me.

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:6

    I bought the Verso Clip-On Reading Light for Kindle to use with my M-Edge Kindle cover, based on reviews. One reviewer criticized the shortness of the M-Edge light, preferring the longer length of the gooseneck on the Verso. My experience with the Verso was: It was okay for angling the light for optimum reading, but the clip kept popping off the edge of my Kindle! This was annoying, at best! Then, the battery ran out within a week, and its having a CR2 battery really created this problematic! The Verso came with an additional set of batteries, so I replaced the original set. Not only did the Verso hold popping off my Kindle, there was no method to shop it in the M-Edge cover, so I just left the Verso light at home whenever I took the Kindle with me anywhere. Meanwhile, as I watched the Verso's second set of batteries drain, I ordered the M-Edge light. Like night and day, to create a very weak pun! The M-Edge takes one AAA battery, the advantage of which is HUGE. Also, the length of the gooseneck has small or no bearing on aiming the light. The fact that the M-Edge light can be angled up or down parallel to the long edge of the Kindle lends much more variability to aiming the light. Also, I've had the M-Edge light for a week now, using it to the same degree as I did the Verso, and I've not noticed any dimming of the light. It's also helpful that the M-Edge light has an automatic timer: it shuts off after 60 minutes. I'm not worried about the battery draining, since I always have AAA batteries on hand. So, if you're debating which light is better for use with the M-Edge cover, the M-Edge light is far superior. I'm now just using the Verso light on puzzle books, but even that isn't too amazing since the light has become dim, and it's so heavy, it keeps making the pages where it's clipped flop down, even if it's almost the whole book. Then it becomes unclipped and falls off.

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:6

    I tend to obsess about finding the excellent solution for things, and this happened also with my find for a light for my fresh kindle touch, that I absolutely love. I ended up trying 7 various lights, and will post this comparison as a review for all of them. Hopefully others can benefit from my experience...- Might Bright XtraFlex2: It is, indeed, mighty bright, but more in scope than in intensity. It casts light on a HUGE area, enough to disturb my partner in bed... On the kindle itself, it is only slightly brighter than other lights. Not enough to justify its size in my opinion. Which brings us to its other flaw - it is BIG. The clip is too huge to clip straight onto the top of the kindle. I had to clip it diagonally. It seemed to work and be stable that way, but it is a huge beast, and would not be convenient for travel, for me. Given that the illumination onto the kindle itself was only slightly brighter than other lights, I didn't think it was a amazing solution.- Verso clip-on: Amazing travel size, very very blue light, not very bright, and it actually POPPED OFF my kindle when I tried to adjust the head of the light to shine in a slightly various direction. And while it's fairly small, it does not fold in any particular way, so it's not very compact.- Verso Arc: Nice form factor, but I found the bright but somewhat uneven, and worst of all (which is why I returned it), if I held it in bed in a particular angle that I happen to like, the light reflected off the top of the screen in a really annoying way. Also, the light was VERY much on the blue end of the spectrum ("cold").- Octovo: Also a compact light, but I found it very weak.- Belkin Clip-On: As *light*, this was the best light of all. It is the only one that was truly "warm" (more like daylight), rather than blue. I loved the *light*. BUT, it is NOT adapted for the kindle touch!!! The adapter they send is for the kindle *keyboard* (as off Dec 2011). It just keeps falling off the kindle touch. With tried it with my partner's keyboard, and it fit perfectly. So watch out for that. Furthermore, it IS bulky. I could live with the bulk because I loved the light itself so much, but if it keeps falling off, that makes it useless. If they ever come out with a ver for the touch, I might buy it just to have by the bed, and use another light for travel (see below).- Kandle (regular): Form factor wise, it is the nicest and most elegant. Fits on the Kindle like a glove, and even fits into my Belkin sleeve for the kindle. Yes, the light on the screen is a bit uneven (weaker at the bottom or on the further side, depending on whether you have it mounted on the side or the top), but not terribly so. BUT it has two major flaws. (1) When you close the lid, the light does not shut down automatically. And once it's shut, you don't message it's on. Simple to go through a set of batteries per day in this way... And (2), the on/off button is too easily pressed. I pulled it out of my purse to search the light on, when I know I shut it off. So if you'll have it anywhere where it might come in contact with other things, again, watch out for battery issues...- Kandle Flex: This is the one I ended up with. Again, like the other kandle, fits on the kindle like a glove. It's very compact, simple to adjust the direction of the light without disturbing the base (unlike the mighty bright or the verso clip-on), very compact, little form factor, and decent light. Because the direction of the light is adjustable, it's simple to obtain relatively even light throughout. The only negative I have is that the light is not quite as warm as a the belkin (but I am not sure it's doable with "watch" batteries), and is a touch weaker than I'd like, again, I think because they use watch batteries. In exchange, you obtain a very nice, light, compact form factor. So, while not perfect, it is, in my opinion, the clear champion in this lot, and the one I ended upkeeping.

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:6

    I always test to do my "due diligence" before purchasing most things, and that means I read the 1-star reviews. I am a small surprised at 13% 1-star reviews for this small light because I think it's terrific!A while back I bought (on sale) the primary Kindle, with the gray screen. I'm gettin' up in years. I was reading in bed with the light on but that didn't thrill my long-suffering wife. I thought about getting a Paperwhite with its built-in light, but maybe a better alternative was a simple, lightweight LED book light. I settled on this one, and I love some of the 1-star reviews folks said the thing didn't work. Mine worked out of the box and continues to work. Some said the batteries don't last. Well, I guess that depends on how much you use it. I've been using mine rather a lot (since for me the gray screen in hard to see even in better light) and the batteries that came with are holding up fine, and replacements are available at Walgreens or Walmart, and they come in pairs. Someone said the light glares on the screen. Well, yes, it can, but it depends on the angle of the light and the screen. I really like the clamp! It is solid and padded with a powerful spring that holds beautifully on my Kindle. Its gooseneck is totally adjustable, and sometimes a slight tilt of the Kindle is enough to slay the reflection. I hold my light a small off center to one side. It's not directly in my line of sight, and it's very simple to control the glare.I heartily recommend the light. You hardly know it's there it's so light, and it really helps on the gray screen!

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:6

    What I love about this light is that unlike the mighty bright (which I used for years), this one does not obscure the screen in any way. It fits the 6" primary kindle perfectly, clipping onto the top but not going beyond the edge. It stays in place, doesn't move and allows you to read the entire kindle screen, without having to attach it to a separate cover. As a comparison, the mighty bright had possibly (marginally) better light but if attached directly, the mighty bright would cover some of the screen which was a annoying, so I mostly used it with a cover. The mighty bright also had a nasty habit of snapping open/closed when removing it. This one doesn't need to be removed, it's a amazing fit.I search the light itself to be more than adequate. Not sure if those complaints are about a larger kindle size.

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:6

    I was so happy with this light it just enabled me to read my primary e reader in a darker light, it is a amazing light source. It is neat and fits well onto the e-reader and you can move the arm to a position which suits you. Like other reviewers the easy button ton the top of the light is easily activated and if in a bag and pressed versus anythng it will switch on. Best to secure it when packing it so nothing will contact it . I just rolled some bubble wrap around mine before slipping it into my handbag and it worked.

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:6

    I bought my first Kindle in late November, I disregarded reviews and bought the Kindle Lighted Leather Cover. The light is horrible, bottom half of the screen isn't lit well at all! So, looking to obtain better lighting...I researched options on Amazon and saw Amazon Reviewer/Shopper Erin Cormier's video review of the Versa Clip-On Light. Her video showed all of the features and convinced me to buy the Versa Clip-on Ms. Cormier's video shows, this light clips on the top or side without covering the screen. It is very flexible so I can shift it depending on where I am o unexpected benefits. First, I can leave the light clipped to the Kindle and bend it across the top of the closed case...I don't have to take it on and off as I expected. Second, the light came with additional batteries!There is a reason this light keeps selling out. Don't waste cash on a lighted cover, obtain this light instead!

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:6

    Sometimes I wake up at night and need to read something and let myself to obtain sleepy again and fall asleep. But I don't wish to turn on all my lights and wake fully up! Enter this nifty small reading light that softly illuminates the pages of a book or eReader without lighting up the whole room! I search it to be handy and effective for late night reading sessions without telling my brain that it is is also a amazing method to pass the time when sharing a room with someone who is ready to go to sleep when you are not ready. The light itself is excellent for the size of a page and the rest of the room remains is was originally purchased for use with my Kindle because I have the kind that is not backlit. But I soon found out that it can be used beyond the Kindle and now I wouldn't be without one of these.

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:6

    This is NOT a VERSO brand light. I own 2 Verso's which is why I ordered this one. This is falsely advertised. This is a much cheaper and flimsy design and no marking of Verao on the product like all the other Verao brand light. This one "flops" easily unlike the Verso's I own. It also "clicks" when you squeeze the clip sounding like it's going to crack and break also unlike the Verso. I an unhappy that this is advertised as a Verso.

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:6

    I purchased this clip on light because I purchased the $89 Kindle with no back-light and I required some sort of method to read at night while my baby is sleeping and the light is off so not to disturb her. I had the opportunity to obtain the Kindle that was thirty dollars more with the back-light, the Paperwhite, but I figured I didn't wish to spend that much on it before I knew if I liked the Kindle or not so I opted to obtain the cheaper one and obtain a light (still costed less than the Paperwhite).It arrived today and as soon as I got the batteries in and turned it on the light came on and no less than 5 seconds later started to dim until it looked like it was not on. I took the batteries out and place them back in thinking maybe it was the placement of the batteries and tried again and it did the same, only the light came on dimmer than the first time and then fizzed out. I don't know if this is due to faulty batteries and I can't obtain to the shop until morning but for a first time out of the pack experience I would say this product is off to a lousy start. I am going to obtain some battery's (C2032, annoying that it doesn't use a more convenient battery) and test again. Nevertheless, I am not too satisfied with being out of a light tonight and in light of this (no pun intended, ha!) I may just spring for the more expensive Kindle with the back-light, send this back, obtain my refund and place it towards more books. I will report back tomorrow as to what happened with the fresh batteries but as it stands this is a 1 star product.*Edit January 3, 2013* I purchased 2 fresh C2032 batteries and place them in and the light does work, looks like the batteries were dead. Looks like this will fit its purpose and so I am moving my review from a 1 to a 4. I say 4 because it would almost be more convenient to not contain batteries and just recommend to buy them so that it works on the first day and not delay because you search you need to buy more merchandise to create it work. I would first recommend just getting the Paperwhite but if you are like me and would like to save a few pennies then the non lit Kindle and this light will do. I will modernize again once these batteries die to attest to the length of the batteries.*Edit January 26, 2013* I have been using this light and I search that while the batteries, since I replaced them out of the box, have yet to die on me the light is method too bright. Entirely too bright. It illuminates the room for the most part and is very distracting to my daughter who sleeps in a crib in my bedroom. I am going to hold this as a backup in case I need it, but for my typical needs of reading at night I purchased the Kindle case with a light attached to use. The case clips the Kindle in and the light draws the power from the Kindle. No batteries to purchase and it's bright enough to read but does not light the room. I recommend if you would like to read at night and either live alone or sleep in a separate room or have a friend that doesn't mind the light. However, if the light is going to be in their face anyway, why not just use the light in your room?

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:6

    Summer 2016 Update: A lot has changed since I bought this to use with my first Kindle. That first Kindle has since been retired in favor of newer Kindle Fire models, but this reading light is still working well and going powerful with its original battery. It has been re-purposed for camping trips. It works well for a tent light and the clip makes it amazing for attaching to a lot of surfaces (including a baseball hat). I definitely feel I have gotten my money's worth out of this item.Original Review:Durable, handy Kindle Add-on: This is a amazing light for use on Kindle models that don't have back-lighting. I bought two, gave one as a bonus and kept the other. I have had mine since 2011 and have never need to change the bulb. The illumination is not harsh and works well for me.

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    Reading Light, Purple, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:6

    I bought the Verso Clip-On Reading Light for Kindle to use with my M-Edge Kindle cover, based on reviews. One reviewer criticized the shortness of the M-Edge light, preferring the longer length of the gooseneck on the Verso. My experience with the Verso was: It was okay for angling the light for optimum reading, but the clip kept popping off the edge of my Kindle! This was annoying, at best! Then, the battery ran out within a week, and its having a CR2 battery really created this problematic! The Verso came with an additional set of batteries, so I replaced the original set. Not only did the Verso hold popping off my Kindle, there was no method to shop it in the M-Edge cover, so I just left the Verso light at home whenever I took the Kindle with me anywhere. Meanwhile, as I watched the Verso's second set of batteries drain, I ordered the M-Edge light. Like night and day, to create a very weak pun! The M-Edge takes one AAA battery, the advantage of which is HUGE. Also, the length of the gooseneck has small or no bearing on aiming the light. The fact that the M-Edge light can be angled up or down parallel to the long edge of the Kindle lends much more variability to aiming the light. Also, I've had the M-Edge light for a week now, using it to the same degree as I did the Verso, and I've not noticed any dimming of the light. It's also helpful that the M-Edge light has an automatic timer: it shuts off after 60 minutes. I'm not worried about the battery draining, since I always have AAA batteries on hand. So, if you're debating which light is better for use with the M-Edge cover, the M-Edge light is far superior. I'm now just using the Verso light on puzzle books, but even that isn't too amazing since the light has become dim, and it's so heavy, it keeps making the pages where it's clipped flop down, even if it's almost the whole book. Then it becomes unclipped and falls off.

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    Reading Light, Pink, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review []  2019-12-7 18:0

    I tend to obsess about finding the excellent solution for things, and this happened also with my find for a light for my fresh kindle touch, that I absolutely love. I ended up trying 7 various lights, and will post this comparison as a review for all of them. Hopefully others can benefit from my experience...- Might Bright XtraFlex2: It is, indeed, mighty bright, but more in scope than in intensity. It casts light on a HUGE area, enough to disturb my partner in bed... On the kindle itself, it is only slightly brighter than other lights. Not enough to justify its size in my opinion. Which brings us to its other flaw - it is BIG. The clip is too huge to clip straight onto the top of the kindle. I had to clip it diagonally. It seemed to work and be stable that way, but it is a huge beast, and would not be convenient for travel, for me. Given that the illumination onto the kindle itself was only slightly brighter than other lights, I didn't think it was a amazing solution.- Verso clip-on: Amazing travel size, very very blue light, not very bright, and it actually POPPED OFF my kindle when I tried to adjust the head of the light to shine in a slightly various direction. And while it's fairly small, it does not fold in any particular way, so it's not very compact.- Verso Arc: Nice form factor, but I found the bright but somewhat uneven, and worst of all (which is why I returned it), if I held it in bed in a particular angle that I happen to like, the light reflected off the top of the screen in a really annoying way. Also, the light was VERY much on the blue end of the spectrum ("cold").- Octovo: Also a compact light, but I found it very weak.- Belkin Clip-On: As *light*, this was the best light of all. It is the only one that was truly "warm" (more like daylight), rather than blue. I loved the *light*. BUT, it is NOT adapted for the kindle touch!!! The adapter they send is for the kindle *keyboard* (as off Dec 2011). It just keeps falling off the kindle touch. With tried it with my partner's keyboard, and it fit perfectly. So watch out for that. Furthermore, it IS bulky. I could live with the bulk because I loved the light itself so much, but if it keeps falling off, that makes it useless. If they ever come out with a ver for the touch, I might buy it just to have by the bed, and use another light for travel (see below).- Kandle (regular): Form factor wise, it is the nicest and most elegant. Fits on the Kindle like a glove, and even fits into my Belkin sleeve for the kindle. Yes, the light on the screen is a bit uneven (weaker at the bottom or on the further side, depending on whether you have it mounted on the side or the top), but not terribly so. BUT it has two major flaws. (1) When you close the lid, the light does not shut down automatically. And once it's shut, you don't message it's on. Simple to go through a set of batteries per day in this way... And (2), the on/off button is too easily pressed. I pulled it out of my purse to search the light on, when I know I shut it off. So if you'll have it anywhere where it might come in contact with other things, again, watch out for battery issues...- Kandle Flex: This is the one I ended up with. Again, like the other kandle, fits on the kindle like a glove. It's very compact, simple to adjust the direction of the light without disturbing the base (unlike the mighty bright or the verso clip-on), very compact, little form factor, and decent light. Because the direction of the light is adjustable, it's simple to obtain relatively even light throughout. The only negative I have is that the light is not quite as warm as a the belkin (but I am not sure it's doable with "watch" batteries), and is a touch weaker than I'd like, again, I think because they use watch batteries. In exchange, you obtain a very nice, light, compact form factor. So, while not perfect, it is, in my opinion, the clear champion in this lot, and the one I ended upkeeping.

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    Reading Light, Pink, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review []  2019-12-7 18:0

    I always test to do my "due diligence" before purchasing most things, and that means I read the 1-star reviews. I am a small surprised at 13% 1-star reviews for this small light because I think it's terrific!A while back I bought (on sale) the primary Kindle, with the gray screen. I'm gettin' up in years. I was reading in bed with the light on but that didn't thrill my long-suffering wife. I thought about getting a Paperwhite with its built-in light, but maybe a better alternative was a simple, lightweight LED book light. I settled on this one, and I love some of the 1-star reviews folks said the thing didn't work. Mine worked out of the box and continues to work. Some said the batteries don't last. Well, I guess that depends on how much you use it. I've been using mine rather a lot (since for me the gray screen in hard to see even in better light) and the batteries that came with are holding up fine, and replacements are available at Walgreens or Walmart, and they come in pairs. Someone said the light glares on the screen. Well, yes, it can, but it depends on the angle of the light and the screen. I really like the clamp! It is solid and padded with a powerful spring that holds beautifully on my Kindle. Its gooseneck is totally adjustable, and sometimes a slight tilt of the Kindle is enough to slay the reflection. I hold my light a small off center to one side. It's not directly in my line of sight, and it's very simple to control the glare.I heartily recommend the light. You hardly know it's there it's so light, and it really helps on the gray screen!

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    Reading Light, Pink, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review []  2019-12-7 18:0

    What I love about this light is that unlike the mighty bright (which I used for years), this one does not obscure the screen in any way. It fits the 6" primary kindle perfectly, clipping onto the top but not going beyond the edge. It stays in place, doesn't move and allows you to read the entire kindle screen, without having to attach it to a separate cover. As a comparison, the mighty bright had possibly (marginally) better light but if attached directly, the mighty bright would cover some of the screen which was a annoying, so I mostly used it with a cover. The mighty bright also had a nasty habit of snapping open/closed when removing it. This one doesn't need to be removed, it's a amazing fit.I search the light itself to be more than adequate. Not sure if those complaints are about a larger kindle size.

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    Reading Light, Pink, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review []  2019-12-7 18:0

    I was so happy with this light it just enabled me to read my primary e reader in a darker light, it is a amazing light source. It is neat and fits well onto the e-reader and you can move the arm to a position which suits you. Like other reviewers the easy button ton the top of the light is easily activated and if in a bag and pressed versus anythng it will switch on. Best to secure it when packing it so nothing will contact it . I just rolled some bubble wrap around mine before slipping it into my handbag and it worked.

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    Reading Light, Pink, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review []  2019-12-7 18:0

    I bought my first Kindle in late November, I disregarded reviews and bought the Kindle Lighted Leather Cover. The light is horrible, bottom half of the screen isn't lit well at all! So, looking to obtain better lighting...I researched options on Amazon and saw Amazon Reviewer/Shopper Erin Cormier's video review of the Versa Clip-On Light. Her video showed all of the features and convinced me to buy the Versa Clip-on Ms. Cormier's video shows, this light clips on the top or side without covering the screen. It is very flexible so I can shift it depending on where I am o unexpected benefits. First, I can leave the light clipped to the Kindle and bend it across the top of the closed case...I don't have to take it on and off as I expected. Second, the light came with additional batteries!There is a reason this light keeps selling out. Don't waste cash on a lighted cover, obtain this light instead!

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    Reading Light, Pink, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review []  2019-12-7 18:0

    Sometimes I wake up at night and need to read something and let myself to obtain sleepy again and fall asleep. But I don't wish to turn on all my lights and wake fully up! Enter this nifty small reading light that softly illuminates the pages of a book or eReader without lighting up the whole room! I search it to be handy and effective for late night reading sessions without telling my brain that it is is also a amazing method to pass the time when sharing a room with someone who is ready to go to sleep when you are not ready. The light itself is excellent for the size of a page and the rest of the room remains is was originally purchased for use with my Kindle because I have the kind that is not backlit. But I soon found out that it can be used beyond the Kindle and now I wouldn't be without one of these.

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    Reading Light, Pink, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review []  2019-12-7 18:0

    This is NOT a VERSO brand light. I own 2 Verso's which is why I ordered this one. This is falsely advertised. This is a much cheaper and flimsy design and no marking of Verao on the product like all the other Verao brand light. This one "flops" easily unlike the Verso's I own. It also "clicks" when you squeeze the clip sounding like it's going to crack and break also unlike the Verso. I an unhappy that this is advertised as a Verso.

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    Reading Light, Pink, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review []  2019-12-7 18:0

    I purchased this clip on light because I purchased the $89 Kindle with no back-light and I required some sort of method to read at night while my baby is sleeping and the light is off so not to disturb her. I had the opportunity to obtain the Kindle that was thirty dollars more with the back-light, the Paperwhite, but I figured I didn't wish to spend that much on it before I knew if I liked the Kindle or not so I opted to obtain the cheaper one and obtain a light (still costed less than the Paperwhite).It arrived today and as soon as I got the batteries in and turned it on the light came on and no less than 5 seconds later started to dim until it looked like it was not on. I took the batteries out and place them back in thinking maybe it was the placement of the batteries and tried again and it did the same, only the light came on dimmer than the first time and then fizzed out. I don't know if this is due to faulty batteries and I can't obtain to the shop until morning but for a first time out of the pack experience I would say this product is off to a lousy start. I am going to obtain some battery's (C2032, annoying that it doesn't use a more convenient battery) and test again. Nevertheless, I am not too satisfied with being out of a light tonight and in light of this (no pun intended, ha!) I may just spring for the more expensive Kindle with the back-light, send this back, obtain my refund and place it towards more books. I will report back tomorrow as to what happened with the fresh batteries but as it stands this is a 1 star product.*Edit January 3, 2013* I purchased 2 fresh C2032 batteries and place them in and the light does work, looks like the batteries were dead. Looks like this will fit its purpose and so I am moving my review from a 1 to a 4. I say 4 because it would almost be more convenient to not contain batteries and just recommend to buy them so that it works on the first day and not delay because you search you need to buy more merchandise to create it work. I would first recommend just getting the Paperwhite but if you are like me and would like to save a few pennies then the non lit Kindle and this light will do. I will modernize again once these batteries die to attest to the length of the batteries.*Edit January 26, 2013* I have been using this light and I search that while the batteries, since I replaced them out of the box, have yet to die on me the light is method too bright. Entirely too bright. It illuminates the room for the most part and is very distracting to my daughter who sleeps in a crib in my bedroom. I am going to hold this as a backup in case I need it, but for my typical needs of reading at night I purchased the Kindle case with a light attached to use. The case clips the Kindle in and the light draws the power from the Kindle. No batteries to purchase and it's bright enough to read but does not light the room. I recommend if you would like to read at night and either live alone or sleep in a separate room or have a friend that doesn't mind the light. However, if the light is going to be in their face anyway, why not just use the light in your room?

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    Reading Light, Pink, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review []  2019-12-7 18:0

    Summer 2016 Update: A lot has changed since I bought this to use with my first Kindle. That first Kindle has since been retired in favor of newer Kindle Fire models, but this reading light is still working well and going powerful with its original battery. It has been re-purposed for camping trips. It works well for a tent light and the clip makes it amazing for attaching to a lot of surfaces (including a baseball hat). I definitely feel I have gotten my money's worth out of this item.Original Review:Durable, handy Kindle Add-on: This is a amazing light for use on Kindle models that don't have back-lighting. I bought two, gave one as a bonus and kept the other. I have had mine since 2011 and have never need to change the bulb. The illumination is not harsh and works well for me.

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    Reading Light, Pink, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review []  2019-12-7 18:0

    I bought the Verso Clip-On Reading Light for Kindle to use with my M-Edge Kindle cover, based on reviews. One reviewer criticized the shortness of the M-Edge light, preferring the longer length of the gooseneck on the Verso. My experience with the Verso was: It was okay for angling the light for optimum reading, but the clip kept popping off the edge of my Kindle! This was annoying, at best! Then, the battery ran out within a week, and its having a CR2 battery really created this problematic! The Verso came with an additional set of batteries, so I replaced the original set. Not only did the Verso hold popping off my Kindle, there was no method to shop it in the M-Edge cover, so I just left the Verso light at home whenever I took the Kindle with me anywhere. Meanwhile, as I watched the Verso's second set of batteries drain, I ordered the M-Edge light. Like night and day, to create a very weak pun! The M-Edge takes one AAA battery, the advantage of which is HUGE. Also, the length of the gooseneck has small or no bearing on aiming the light. The fact that the M-Edge light can be angled up or down parallel to the long edge of the Kindle lends much more variability to aiming the light. Also, I've had the M-Edge light for a week now, using it to the same degree as I did the Verso, and I've not noticed any dimming of the light. It's also helpful that the M-Edge light has an automatic timer: it shuts off after 60 minutes. I'm not worried about the battery draining, since I always have AAA batteries on hand. So, if you're debating which light is better for use with the M-Edge cover, the M-Edge light is far superior. I'm now just using the Verso light on puzzle books, but even that isn't too amazing since the light has become dim, and it's so heavy, it keeps making the pages where it's clipped flop down, even if it's almost the whole book. Then it becomes unclipped and falls off.

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    Reading Light, Blue, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review []  2019-12-8 18:2

    I tend to obsess about finding the excellent solution for things, and this happened also with my find for a light for my fresh kindle touch, that I absolutely love. I ended up trying 7 various lights, and will post this comparison as a review for all of them. Hopefully others can benefit from my experience...- Might Bright XtraFlex2: It is, indeed, mighty bright, but more in scope than in intensity. It casts light on a HUGE area, enough to disturb my partner in bed... On the kindle itself, it is only slightly brighter than other lights. Not enough to justify its size in my opinion. Which brings us to its other flaw - it is BIG. The clip is too huge to clip straight onto the top of the kindle. I had to clip it diagonally. It seemed to work and be stable that way, but it is a huge beast, and would not be convenient for travel, for me. Given that the illumination onto the kindle itself was only slightly brighter than other lights, I didn't think it was a amazing solution.- Verso clip-on: Amazing travel size, very very blue light, not very bright, and it actually POPPED OFF my kindle when I tried to adjust the head of the light to shine in a slightly various direction. And while it's fairly small, it does not fold in any particular way, so it's not very compact.- Verso Arc: Nice form factor, but I found the bright but somewhat uneven, and worst of all (which is why I returned it), if I held it in bed in a particular angle that I happen to like, the light reflected off the top of the screen in a really annoying way. Also, the light was VERY much on the blue end of the spectrum ("cold").- Octovo: Also a compact light, but I found it very weak.- Belkin Clip-On: As *light*, this was the best light of all. It is the only one that was truly "warm" (more like daylight), rather than blue. I loved the *light*. BUT, it is NOT adapted for the kindle touch!!! The adapter they send is for the kindle *keyboard* (as off Dec 2011). It just keeps falling off the kindle touch. With tried it with my partner's keyboard, and it fit perfectly. So watch out for that. Furthermore, it IS bulky. I could live with the bulk because I loved the light itself so much, but if it keeps falling off, that makes it useless. If they ever come out with a ver for the touch, I might buy it just to have by the bed, and use another light for travel (see below).- Kandle (regular): Form factor wise, it is the nicest and most elegant. Fits on the Kindle like a glove, and even fits into my Belkin sleeve for the kindle. Yes, the light on the screen is a bit uneven (weaker at the bottom or on the further side, depending on whether you have it mounted on the side or the top), but not terribly so. BUT it has two major flaws. (1) When you close the lid, the light does not shut down automatically. And once it's shut, you don't message it's on. Simple to go through a set of batteries per day in this way... And (2), the on/off button is too easily pressed. I pulled it out of my purse to search the light on, when I know I shut it off. So if you'll have it anywhere where it might come in contact with other things, again, watch out for battery issues...- Kandle Flex: This is the one I ended up with. Again, like the other kandle, fits on the kindle like a glove. It's very compact, simple to adjust the direction of the light without disturbing the base (unlike the mighty bright or the verso clip-on), very compact, little form factor, and decent light. Because the direction of the light is adjustable, it's simple to obtain relatively even light throughout. The only negative I have is that the light is not quite as warm as a the belkin (but I am not sure it's doable with "watch" batteries), and is a touch weaker than I'd like, again, I think because they use watch batteries. In exchange, you obtain a very nice, light, compact form factor. So, while not perfect, it is, in my opinion, the clear champion in this lot, and the one I ended upkeeping.

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    Reading Light, Blue, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review []  2019-12-8 18:2

    I always test to do my "due diligence" before purchasing most things, and that means I read the 1-star reviews. I am a small surprised at 13% 1-star reviews for this small light because I think it's terrific!A while back I bought (on sale) the primary Kindle, with the gray screen. I'm gettin' up in years. I was reading in bed with the light on but that didn't thrill my long-suffering wife. I thought about getting a Paperwhite with its built-in light, but maybe a better alternative was a simple, lightweight LED book light. I settled on this one, and I love some of the 1-star reviews folks said the thing didn't work. Mine worked out of the box and continues to work. Some said the batteries don't last. Well, I guess that depends on how much you use it. I've been using mine rather a lot (since for me the gray screen in hard to see even in better light) and the batteries that came with are holding up fine, and replacements are available at Walgreens or Walmart, and they come in pairs. Someone said the light glares on the screen. Well, yes, it can, but it depends on the angle of the light and the screen. I really like the clamp! It is solid and padded with a powerful spring that holds beautifully on my Kindle. Its gooseneck is totally adjustable, and sometimes a slight tilt of the Kindle is enough to slay the reflection. I hold my light a small off center to one side. It's not directly in my line of sight, and it's very simple to control the glare.I heartily recommend the light. You hardly know it's there it's so light, and it really helps on the gray screen!

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    Reading Light, Blue, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review []  2019-12-8 18:2

    What I love about this light is that unlike the mighty bright (which I used for years), this one does not obscure the screen in any way. It fits the 6" primary kindle perfectly, clipping onto the top but not going beyond the edge. It stays in place, doesn't move and allows you to read the entire kindle screen, without having to attach it to a separate cover. As a comparison, the mighty bright had possibly (marginally) better light but if attached directly, the mighty bright would cover some of the screen which was a annoying, so I mostly used it with a cover. The mighty bright also had a nasty habit of snapping open/closed when removing it. This one doesn't need to be removed, it's a amazing fit.I search the light itself to be more than adequate. Not sure if those complaints are about a larger kindle size.

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    Reading Light, Blue, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review []  2019-12-8 18:2

    I was so happy with this light it just enabled me to read my primary e reader in a darker light, it is a amazing light source. It is neat and fits well onto the e-reader and you can move the arm to a position which suits you. Like other reviewers the easy button ton the top of the light is easily activated and if in a bag and pressed versus anythng it will switch on. Best to secure it when packing it so nothing will contact it . I just rolled some bubble wrap around mine before slipping it into my handbag and it worked.

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    Reading Light, Blue, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review []  2019-12-8 18:2

    I bought my first Kindle in late November, I disregarded reviews and bought the Kindle Lighted Leather Cover. The light is horrible, bottom half of the screen isn't lit well at all! So, looking to obtain better lighting...I researched options on Amazon and saw Amazon Reviewer/Shopper Erin Cormier's video review of the Versa Clip-On Light. Her video showed all of the features and convinced me to buy the Versa Clip-on Ms. Cormier's video shows, this light clips on the top or side without covering the screen. It is very flexible so I can shift it depending on where I am o unexpected benefits. First, I can leave the light clipped to the Kindle and bend it across the top of the closed case...I don't have to take it on and off as I expected. Second, the light came with additional batteries!There is a reason this light keeps selling out. Don't waste cash on a lighted cover, obtain this light instead!

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    Reading Light, Blue, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review []  2019-12-8 18:2

    Sometimes I wake up at night and need to read something and let myself to obtain sleepy again and fall asleep. But I don't wish to turn on all my lights and wake fully up! Enter this nifty small reading light that softly illuminates the pages of a book or eReader without lighting up the whole room! I search it to be handy and effective for late night reading sessions without telling my brain that it is is also a amazing method to pass the time when sharing a room with someone who is ready to go to sleep when you are not ready. The light itself is excellent for the size of a page and the rest of the room remains is was originally purchased for use with my Kindle because I have the kind that is not backlit. But I soon found out that it can be used beyond the Kindle and now I wouldn't be without one of these.

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    Reading Light, Blue, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review []  2019-12-8 18:2

    This is NOT a VERSO brand light. I own 2 Verso's which is why I ordered this one. This is falsely advertised. This is a much cheaper and flimsy design and no marking of Verao on the product like all the other Verao brand light. This one "flops" easily unlike the Verso's I own. It also "clicks" when you squeeze the clip sounding like it's going to crack and break also unlike the Verso. I an unhappy that this is advertised as a Verso.

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    Reading Light, Blue, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review []  2019-12-8 18:2

    I purchased this clip on light because I purchased the $89 Kindle with no back-light and I required some sort of method to read at night while my baby is sleeping and the light is off so not to disturb her. I had the opportunity to obtain the Kindle that was thirty dollars more with the back-light, the Paperwhite, but I figured I didn't wish to spend that much on it before I knew if I liked the Kindle or not so I opted to obtain the cheaper one and obtain a light (still costed less than the Paperwhite).It arrived today and as soon as I got the batteries in and turned it on the light came on and no less than 5 seconds later started to dim until it looked like it was not on. I took the batteries out and place them back in thinking maybe it was the placement of the batteries and tried again and it did the same, only the light came on dimmer than the first time and then fizzed out. I don't know if this is due to faulty batteries and I can't obtain to the shop until morning but for a first time out of the pack experience I would say this product is off to a lousy start. I am going to obtain some battery's (C2032, annoying that it doesn't use a more convenient battery) and test again. Nevertheless, I am not too satisfied with being out of a light tonight and in light of this (no pun intended, ha!) I may just spring for the more expensive Kindle with the back-light, send this back, obtain my refund and place it towards more books. I will report back tomorrow as to what happened with the fresh batteries but as it stands this is a 1 star product.*Edit January 3, 2013* I purchased 2 fresh C2032 batteries and place them in and the light does work, looks like the batteries were dead. Looks like this will fit its purpose and so I am moving my review from a 1 to a 4. I say 4 because it would almost be more convenient to not contain batteries and just recommend to buy them so that it works on the first day and not delay because you search you need to buy more merchandise to create it work. I would first recommend just getting the Paperwhite but if you are like me and would like to save a few pennies then the non lit Kindle and this light will do. I will modernize again once these batteries die to attest to the length of the batteries.*Edit January 26, 2013* I have been using this light and I search that while the batteries, since I replaced them out of the box, have yet to die on me the light is method too bright. Entirely too bright. It illuminates the room for the most part and is very distracting to my daughter who sleeps in a crib in my bedroom. I am going to hold this as a backup in case I need it, but for my typical needs of reading at night I purchased the Kindle case with a light attached to use. The case clips the Kindle in and the light draws the power from the Kindle. No batteries to purchase and it's bright enough to read but does not light the room. I recommend if you would like to read at night and either live alone or sleep in a separate room or have a friend that doesn't mind the light. However, if the light is going to be in their face anyway, why not just use the light in your room?

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    Reading Light, Blue, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review []  2019-12-8 18:2

    Summer 2016 Update: A lot has changed since I bought this to use with my first Kindle. That first Kindle has since been retired in favor of newer Kindle Fire models, but this reading light is still working well and going powerful with its original battery. It has been re-purposed for camping trips. It works well for a tent light and the clip makes it amazing for attaching to a lot of surfaces (including a baseball hat). I definitely feel I have gotten my money's worth out of this item.Original Review:Durable, handy Kindle Add-on: This is a amazing light for use on Kindle models that don't have back-lighting. I bought two, gave one as a bonus and kept the other. I have had mine since 2011 and have never need to change the bulb. The illumination is not harsh and works well for me.

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    Reading Light, Blue, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review []  2019-12-8 18:2

    I bought the Verso Clip-On Reading Light for Kindle to use with my M-Edge Kindle cover, based on reviews. One reviewer criticized the shortness of the M-Edge light, preferring the longer length of the gooseneck on the Verso. My experience with the Verso was: It was okay for angling the light for optimum reading, but the clip kept popping off the edge of my Kindle! This was annoying, at best! Then, the battery ran out within a week, and its having a CR2 battery really created this problematic! The Verso came with an additional set of batteries, so I replaced the original set. Not only did the Verso hold popping off my Kindle, there was no method to shop it in the M-Edge cover, so I just left the Verso light at home whenever I took the Kindle with me anywhere. Meanwhile, as I watched the Verso's second set of batteries drain, I ordered the M-Edge light. Like night and day, to create a very weak pun! The M-Edge takes one AAA battery, the advantage of which is HUGE. Also, the length of the gooseneck has small or no bearing on aiming the light. The fact that the M-Edge light can be angled up or down parallel to the long edge of the Kindle lends much more variability to aiming the light. Also, I've had the M-Edge light for a week now, using it to the same degree as I did the Verso, and I've not noticed any dimming of the light. It's also helpful that the M-Edge light has an automatic timer: it shuts off after 60 minutes. I'm not worried about the battery draining, since I always have AAA batteries on hand. So, if you're debating which light is better for use with the M-Edge cover, the M-Edge light is far superior. I'm now just using the Verso light on puzzle books, but even that isn't too amazing since the light has become dim, and it's so heavy, it keeps making the pages where it's clipped flop down, even if it's almost the whole book. Then it becomes unclipped and falls off.

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    Reading Light, Citron, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review []  2019-12-8 18:2

    I tend to obsess about finding the excellent solution for things, and this happened also with my find for a light for my fresh kindle touch, that I absolutely love. I ended up trying 7 various lights, and will post this comparison as a review for all of them. Hopefully others can benefit from my experience...- Might Bright XtraFlex2: It is, indeed, mighty bright, but more in scope than in intensity. It casts light on a HUGE area, enough to disturb my partner in bed... On the kindle itself, it is only slightly brighter than other lights. Not enough to justify its size in my opinion. Which brings us to its other flaw - it is BIG. The clip is too huge to clip straight onto the top of the kindle. I had to clip it diagonally. It seemed to work and be stable that way, but it is a huge beast, and would not be convenient for travel, for me. Given that the illumination onto the kindle itself was only slightly brighter than other lights, I didn't think it was a amazing solution.- Verso clip-on: Amazing travel size, very very blue light, not very bright, and it actually POPPED OFF my kindle when I tried to adjust the head of the light to shine in a slightly various direction. And while it's fairly small, it does not fold in any particular way, so it's not very compact.- Verso Arc: Nice form factor, but I found the bright but somewhat uneven, and worst of all (which is why I returned it), if I held it in bed in a particular angle that I happen to like, the light reflected off the top of the screen in a really annoying way. Also, the light was VERY much on the blue end of the spectrum ("cold").- Octovo: Also a compact light, but I found it very weak.- Belkin Clip-On: As *light*, this was the best light of all. It is the only one that was truly "warm" (more like daylight), rather than blue. I loved the *light*. BUT, it is NOT adapted for the kindle touch!!! The adapter they send is for the kindle *keyboard* (as off Dec 2011). It just keeps falling off the kindle touch. With tried it with my partner's keyboard, and it fit perfectly. So watch out for that. Furthermore, it IS bulky. I could live with the bulk because I loved the light itself so much, but if it keeps falling off, that makes it useless. If they ever come out with a ver for the touch, I might buy it just to have by the bed, and use another light for travel (see below).- Kandle (regular): Form factor wise, it is the nicest and most elegant. Fits on the Kindle like a glove, and even fits into my Belkin sleeve for the kindle. Yes, the light on the screen is a bit uneven (weaker at the bottom or on the further side, depending on whether you have it mounted on the side or the top), but not terribly so. BUT it has two major flaws. (1) When you close the lid, the light does not shut down automatically. And once it's shut, you don't message it's on. Simple to go through a set of batteries per day in this way... And (2), the on/off button is too easily pressed. I pulled it out of my purse to search the light on, when I know I shut it off. So if you'll have it anywhere where it might come in contact with other things, again, watch out for battery issues...- Kandle Flex: This is the one I ended up with. Again, like the other kandle, fits on the kindle like a glove. It's very compact, simple to adjust the direction of the light without disturbing the base (unlike the mighty bright or the verso clip-on), very compact, little form factor, and decent light. Because the direction of the light is adjustable, it's simple to obtain relatively even light throughout. The only negative I have is that the light is not quite as warm as a the belkin (but I am not sure it's doable with "watch" batteries), and is a touch weaker than I'd like, again, I think because they use watch batteries. In exchange, you obtain a very nice, light, compact form factor. So, while not perfect, it is, in my opinion, the clear champion in this lot, and the one I ended upkeeping.

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    Reading Light, Citron, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review []  2019-12-8 18:2

    I always test to do my "due diligence" before purchasing most things, and that means I read the 1-star reviews. I am a small surprised at 13% 1-star reviews for this small light because I think it's terrific!A while back I bought (on sale) the primary Kindle, with the gray screen. I'm gettin' up in years. I was reading in bed with the light on but that didn't thrill my long-suffering wife. I thought about getting a Paperwhite with its built-in light, but maybe a better alternative was a simple, lightweight LED book light. I settled on this one, and I love some of the 1-star reviews folks said the thing didn't work. Mine worked out of the box and continues to work. Some said the batteries don't last. Well, I guess that depends on how much you use it. I've been using mine rather a lot (since for me the gray screen in hard to see even in better light) and the batteries that came with are holding up fine, and replacements are available at Walgreens or Walmart, and they come in pairs. Someone said the light glares on the screen. Well, yes, it can, but it depends on the angle of the light and the screen. I really like the clamp! It is solid and padded with a powerful spring that holds beautifully on my Kindle. Its gooseneck is totally adjustable, and sometimes a slight tilt of the Kindle is enough to slay the reflection. I hold my light a small off center to one side. It's not directly in my line of sight, and it's very simple to control the glare.I heartily recommend the light. You hardly know it's there it's so light, and it really helps on the gray screen!

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    Reading Light, Citron, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review []  2019-12-8 18:2

    What I love about this light is that unlike the mighty bright (which I used for years), this one does not obscure the screen in any way. It fits the 6" primary kindle perfectly, clipping onto the top but not going beyond the edge. It stays in place, doesn't move and allows you to read the entire kindle screen, without having to attach it to a separate cover. As a comparison, the mighty bright had possibly (marginally) better light but if attached directly, the mighty bright would cover some of the screen which was a annoying, so I mostly used it with a cover. The mighty bright also had a nasty habit of snapping open/closed when removing it. This one doesn't need to be removed, it's a amazing fit.I search the light itself to be more than adequate. Not sure if those complaints are about a larger kindle size.

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    Reading Light, Citron, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review []  2019-12-8 18:2

    I was so happy with this light it just enabled me to read my primary e reader in a darker light, it is a amazing light source. It is neat and fits well onto the e-reader and you can move the arm to a position which suits you. Like other reviewers the easy button ton the top of the light is easily activated and if in a bag and pressed versus anythng it will switch on. Best to secure it when packing it so nothing will contact it . I just rolled some bubble wrap around mine before slipping it into my handbag and it worked.

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    Reading Light, Citron, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review []  2019-12-8 18:2

    I bought my first Kindle in late November, I disregarded reviews and bought the Kindle Lighted Leather Cover. The light is horrible, bottom half of the screen isn't lit well at all! So, looking to obtain better lighting...I researched options on Amazon and saw Amazon Reviewer/Shopper Erin Cormier's video review of the Versa Clip-On Light. Her video showed all of the features and convinced me to buy the Versa Clip-on Ms. Cormier's video shows, this light clips on the top or side without covering the screen. It is very flexible so I can shift it depending on where I am o unexpected benefits. First, I can leave the light clipped to the Kindle and bend it across the top of the closed case...I don't have to take it on and off as I expected. Second, the light came with additional batteries!There is a reason this light keeps selling out. Don't waste cash on a lighted cover, obtain this light instead!

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    Reading Light, Citron, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review []  2019-12-8 18:2

    Sometimes I wake up at night and need to read something and let myself to obtain sleepy again and fall asleep. But I don't wish to turn on all my lights and wake fully up! Enter this nifty small reading light that softly illuminates the pages of a book or eReader without lighting up the whole room! I search it to be handy and effective for late night reading sessions without telling my brain that it is is also a amazing method to pass the time when sharing a room with someone who is ready to go to sleep when you are not ready. The light itself is excellent for the size of a page and the rest of the room remains is was originally purchased for use with my Kindle because I have the kind that is not backlit. But I soon found out that it can be used beyond the Kindle and now I wouldn't be without one of these.

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    Reading Light, Citron, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review []  2019-12-8 18:2

    This is NOT a VERSO brand light. I own 2 Verso's which is why I ordered this one. This is falsely advertised. This is a much cheaper and flimsy design and no marking of Verao on the product like all the other Verao brand light. This one "flops" easily unlike the Verso's I own. It also "clicks" when you squeeze the clip sounding like it's going to crack and break also unlike the Verso. I an unhappy that this is advertised as a Verso.

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    Reading Light, Citron, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review []  2019-12-8 18:2

    I purchased this clip on light because I purchased the $89 Kindle with no back-light and I required some sort of method to read at night while my baby is sleeping and the light is off so not to disturb her. I had the opportunity to obtain the Kindle that was thirty dollars more with the back-light, the Paperwhite, but I figured I didn't wish to spend that much on it before I knew if I liked the Kindle or not so I opted to obtain the cheaper one and obtain a light (still costed less than the Paperwhite).It arrived today and as soon as I got the batteries in and turned it on the light came on and no less than 5 seconds later started to dim until it looked like it was not on. I took the batteries out and place them back in thinking maybe it was the placement of the batteries and tried again and it did the same, only the light came on dimmer than the first time and then fizzed out. I don't know if this is due to faulty batteries and I can't obtain to the shop until morning but for a first time out of the pack experience I would say this product is off to a lousy start. I am going to obtain some battery's (C2032, annoying that it doesn't use a more convenient battery) and test again. Nevertheless, I am not too satisfied with being out of a light tonight and in light of this (no pun intended, ha!) I may just spring for the more expensive Kindle with the back-light, send this back, obtain my refund and place it towards more books. I will report back tomorrow as to what happened with the fresh batteries but as it stands this is a 1 star product.*Edit January 3, 2013* I purchased 2 fresh C2032 batteries and place them in and the light does work, looks like the batteries were dead. Looks like this will fit its purpose and so I am moving my review from a 1 to a 4. I say 4 because it would almost be more convenient to not contain batteries and just recommend to buy them so that it works on the first day and not delay because you search you need to buy more merchandise to create it work. I would first recommend just getting the Paperwhite but if you are like me and would like to save a few pennies then the non lit Kindle and this light will do. I will modernize again once these batteries die to attest to the length of the batteries.*Edit January 26, 2013* I have been using this light and I search that while the batteries, since I replaced them out of the box, have yet to die on me the light is method too bright. Entirely too bright. It illuminates the room for the most part and is very distracting to my daughter who sleeps in a crib in my bedroom. I am going to hold this as a backup in case I need it, but for my typical needs of reading at night I purchased the Kindle case with a light attached to use. The case clips the Kindle in and the light draws the power from the Kindle. No batteries to purchase and it's bright enough to read but does not light the room. I recommend if you would like to read at night and either live alone or sleep in a separate room or have a friend that doesn't mind the light. However, if the light is going to be in their face anyway, why not just use the light in your room?

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    Reading Light, Citron, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review []  2019-12-8 18:2

    Summer 2016 Update: A lot has changed since I bought this to use with my first Kindle. That first Kindle has since been retired in favor of newer Kindle Fire models, but this reading light is still working well and going powerful with its original battery. It has been re-purposed for camping trips. It works well for a tent light and the clip makes it amazing for attaching to a lot of surfaces (including a baseball hat). I definitely feel I have gotten my money's worth out of this item.Original Review:Durable, handy Kindle Add-on: This is a amazing light for use on Kindle models that don't have back-lighting. I bought two, gave one as a bonus and kept the other. I have had mine since 2011 and have never need to change the bulb. The illumination is not harsh and works well for me.

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    Reading Light, Citron, LED Reading Light, Book Light, E-Reader light, Verso review []  2019-12-8 18:2

    I bought the Verso Clip-On Reading Light for Kindle to use with my M-Edge Kindle cover, based on reviews. One reviewer criticized the shortness of the M-Edge light, preferring the longer length of the gooseneck on the Verso. My experience with the Verso was: It was okay for angling the light for optimum reading, but the clip kept popping off the edge of my Kindle! This was annoying, at best! Then, the battery ran out within a week, and its having a CR2 battery really created this problematic! The Verso came with an additional set of batteries, so I replaced the original set. Not only did the Verso hold popping off my Kindle, there was no method to shop it in the M-Edge cover, so I just left the Verso light at home whenever I took the Kindle with me anywhere. Meanwhile, as I watched the Verso's second set of batteries drain, I ordered the M-Edge light. Like night and day, to create a very weak pun! The M-Edge takes one AAA battery, the advantage of which is HUGE. Also, the length of the gooseneck has small or no bearing on aiming the light. The fact that the M-Edge light can be angled up or down parallel to the long edge of the Kindle lends much more variability to aiming the light. Also, I've had the M-Edge light for a week now, using it to the same degree as I did the Verso, and I've not noticed any dimming of the light. It's also helpful that the M-Edge light has an automatic timer: it shuts off after 60 minutes. I'm not worried about the battery draining, since I always have AAA batteries on hand. So, if you're debating which light is better for use with the M-Edge cover, the M-Edge light is far superior. I'm now just using the Verso light on puzzle books, but even that isn't too amazing since the light has become dim, and it's so heavy, it keeps making the pages where it's clipped flop down, even if it's almost the whole book. Then it becomes unclipped and falls off.

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    Smart LED Lights Wall Sconce, Toucan Wireless Battery Operated Lights 16 Million Hue Colors Remote Ambiance Lighting Control Works with Alexa Google, 2.5Ghz WiFi (Silver, 1 Pack Classic) review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:27

    The application is a nice touch and frankly the ONLY method to set the color and brightness. If you don’t have the application you’re stuck with a dim yellowish color. I don’t like the fact that there isn’t any method to hang these without drilling several huge holes into the walls. Also, it takes a TON of batteries which will cost you a fortune to replace each time! Not sure why they just didn’t place a 9V in ther and hold it cheap for the consumer or toss a couple 2032s in it. Either method would have been cheaper! I think the set takes 16 batteries (8 in each light) which is why it’s massive and takes huge holes in the wall to mount!The colors are cute but one of the lights is slow to change to the correct color. Even when you turn them n one of them doesn’t really answer for about 10 seconds, then it flickers like the old fluorescent store lights used to, then it comes on to the wrong color and eventually after about 45 seconds it slowly makes it to the right color then ere is no color or brightness that is enough to read by. This is more for mood or decoration and has no practical use, IMHO!I chose NOT to mount this so it’s now just shelfware. I found another brand that uses the 2032 batteries, comes with a wireless light switch and has a timer and motion sensor that works from a wide angle and distance; unlike this one where you have to be within 2 feet for it to come on.I do not recommend these for any practical purpose, for any economic thing you can think of and with the number of batteries it wastes, it is NOT environmentally friendly!I gave it one star not because it is the lowest but because it does meet one star for the actual shade and design! If you are buying it for mood and looks and have no other purpose then it would be a 2 maybe even a 3 if you don’t plan on massive usage!

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    Smart LED Lights Wall Sconce, Toucan Wireless Battery Operated Lights 16 Million Hue Colors Remote Ambiance Lighting Control Works with Alexa Google, 2.5Ghz WiFi (Silver, 1 Pack Classic) review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:27

    If you can not connect upon installation i might be of some help!! If you have two wireless connection addresses, one 2.4 ghz and the other 5ghz, you MUST unclick 'auto connect' on the 5ghz. The issue is their software ONLY uses 2.4 ghz. Your 5 ghz is being automatically auto populated as your SSID on their app! 1) go to your wireless connection settings and double click your 5ghz address. When it pops up, unclick 'auto connect'. 2) Next, click on your 2.4ghz address and connect it. 3) reopen the app, follow instructions. You will see the changed SSID when asked for your password. Smooth sailing from there. Another note; you can go right back to using your 5ghz after that and click auto connect. Hope this helps because these sconces are worth it! The headache figuring this out, almost not worth it. Your welcome.Update:Changed 4 star to a 3 star. The sconces go through batteries method to fast!

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    Smart LED Lights Wall Sconce, Toucan Wireless Battery Operated Lights 16 Million Hue Colors Remote Ambiance Lighting Control Works with Alexa Google, 2.5Ghz WiFi (Silver, 1 Pack Classic) review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:27

    I bought the 1 package gold ver first to test these lights out and see if i'm having the same problems other customers described. Most of them complained about the software and battery life so i tested those out first.Out of the box, i took the 6 batteries that came with the lights and place them in. I downloaded the toucan intelligent home application and began the process of adding the light as instructed in the app. First thing was connecting to the wifi, it detected my wireless connection which was 2.4ghz and not 5ghz. It had the password already entered so i just pressed next. It connected without any issues, then it asked me to scan the QR code on the back and went to the next step, it asked me to press the “SET” button on the bottom of the light to keep until the blue light flashes every second and click next. After that i was connected and i was able to control the brightness, color, timer, schedule and pair to alexa. I thought the application installation was quite easy and did not run to any troubles. I watched the video installation tutorial of these lights on the latest photo, which was the same steps i went was testing the battery life, i left the light bar on at the brightness setting with white lights ALL DAY. On the 4th day the lights became dim to conserve battery life and it didn't let me to turn up the brightness anymore. I left it on like that and on the night of the 5th day it died completely. So with max brightness it was on around 100 hours and another 20+ hours when it was low brightness with low battery. As a night light only, the lights can probably be on for 2 - 3 weeks depending on the hours per day, which seems reasonable. The application has auto turn off time which can be adjusted, timer settings and scheduling in the app.Overall, i think these lights are amazing and haven't had any problems so far. You can place them beautiful high up as they dont need an wire to the outlet. You can also take out the light bar and bring them to various locations which i like. The design of it looks amazing and could be a amazing home decor piece, I place it next to a hanging art piece on my wall and it looks lovely. It is very special and definitely catches the attention of house guests when they visit and see a colourful light on the wall.Will modernize if I run into any problems in the future.

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    Smart LED Lights Wall Sconce, Toucan Wireless Battery Operated Lights 16 Million Hue Colors Remote Ambiance Lighting Control Works with Alexa Google, 2.5Ghz WiFi (Silver, 1 Pack Classic) review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:27

    These Toucan Wall Sconces about gave me a heart attack when I had to replace the batteries just 3 weeks of using them maybe 6 times for half hour to an hour each placed old batteries w/new ones, marked date on calendar & they were dead again just 26 days. Did I mention I'm the only one using them? After half hour or less they would turn completely off by themselves! Sometimes they wouldn't come on at all! After about 3 to 6 hours per battery change is all they would run for b4 I had to change them again! Did I mention it took 12 aa batteries each battery change! What a waste!!I really hope whoever reads this post will realize that I am saying this from my heart so you don't create the same mistake I did. I did not do my homework on these & read the reviews like I do for everything!!If 1 person doesn't waste a hundred dollars and countless numbers of aa batteries than writing this review was worth it. I understand each person has their own opinion & I respect that so this is not intended to bash Toucan it is my opinion of this particular ank you for reading this.

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    Smart LED Lights Wall Sconce, Toucan Wireless Battery Operated Lights 16 Million Hue Colors Remote Ambiance Lighting Control Works with Alexa Google, 2.5Ghz WiFi (Silver, 1 Pack Classic) review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:27

    From a design standpoint, this was lovely! However, I had hoped for something a bit stronger than a night light. Thought about reconfiguring with a 60 watt bulb, decided not to go there and returned it.

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    Smart LED Lights Wall Sconce, Toucan Wireless Battery Operated Lights 16 Million Hue Colors Remote Ambiance Lighting Control Works with Alexa Google, 2.5Ghz WiFi (Silver, 1 Pack Classic) review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:27

    Asides from being a amazing home decor, the functions and voice controls are so much fun to use! The color and dimmable features makes watching films method more exciting and amazing for putting me and my bf in the mood to relax. The best part is I can place them wherever I wish since they do not need to be hard wired. They looked amazing when I had them in my hallway and staircase, but for now im just using them in my living room and bedroom for the fun colors.

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    Smart LED Lights Wall Sconce, Toucan Wireless Battery Operated Lights 16 Million Hue Colors Remote Ambiance Lighting Control Works with Alexa Google, 2.5Ghz WiFi (Silver, 1 Pack Classic) review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:27

    After several days and a few hours on the phone with support, I could not obtain these to either connect or stay connected with the application (Android). An initial hour help call got them working, but they would repeatedly stop responding to the app. Help is professional and courteous. The lamps themselves are well created and use a nice linen for the shade. The whole thing is allow down by not good software, which is really the point of having them.

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