Reviewed by krism from minn on Monday, July 8, 2013
I've had book lights before and didn't like them. They seemed to cast spots of light vs dark on the page. This one equally distributes light, uses only one AAA battery and not a hard-to-find type battery. The only improvement I'd suggest is to make the base thinner. I seems a bit bulky. I've or...
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Reviewed by displaced californian from Allyn, WA on Thursday, December 19, 2013
It's great with your Kindle or tablet, but equally good with a conventional book where you need a little more light. I got one a while back, and just purchased a second one as a gift for a friend who envied mine. And it takes an AAA battery, so no need to look for some exotic replacement type.
Reviewed by chilly city dweller from NY on Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Excellent, useful, adaptable product - light is bright but well directed, not too much. I use it with regular print materials, and you can snap it on a magazine. I've had a number of Mighty Brights over last 5-8 years (travel with them; share them with family I'm sharing rooms with or guests on mattresses in dim corners). This is the best, most reliable-seeming of the designs so far (if maybe not the sleekest looking). Battery won't last forever, but worth it for super lightweight - just keep a few AAAs around at home. Weaknesses tend to emerge with hard use of both the switch and the flex-neck, but this one is built a little more solidly, so hoping it will hold up.
Reviewed by Riverdog from Trinity River, CA on Thursday, November 21, 2013
These lights are powered by 1 AAA battery, so I guess they won't run a very long time before replacement. But it's a big deal to me to have good light to read in bed, so assuming some of our guests agree, and because it costs a lot more to put good reading lamps on both sides of every bed, I bought a bunch of these. The one I have used the most is dimming after maybe 15 hours, but it still works; I just have to re-position the light per page.
Big factor re: these over a good table or floor reading lamp: I bought 2 reading lamps. Guests knocked one over and broke the $15 bulb almost immediately, so I have moved that lamp to a better-protected spot. I was able to buy a lot of these lamps for the cost of that one floor lamp, over 3 for the bulb alone, so thumbs up.