Wednesday, 26 August 2015

Kandle Reading Light Review

I'm sure by now that all my blog readers know that I'm somewhat of a bookworm, but you might be surprised that I'm not the biggest eBook reader. I prefer to have a physical book in my hands and be able to taken in the scent of the printed paper. Nevertheless, I do get several opportunities to review advanced copies of novels, which most are in eBook formats, which is one of the reasons why I own a Kindle.

Like I already said, I don't care for reading eBooks because I'm forced to sit in front of my computer to read a book. The good thing about a Kindle is that I can read the eBook anywhere I go. Now this is great for during the daytime hours, but the device is difficult to read late at night.

Earlier this summer, I was sent the Kandle Reading Light by Ozeri to test out and review. The device fits most Kindles as well as other eBook readers. The Kandle easily slips over the top of a Kindle. It features three small bright LED (lifetime) lights and an extended, adjustable & flexible neck. There are two different settings for the LED - soft light and ultra bright. It comes with 2 CR2032 batteries, a USB charging cable and a storage bag.

I wasn't aware that there were lights you can buy for Kindle until I received the Kandle this summer. I'm a night owl, so I prefer to do my reading late at night, which has never been easy on my Kindle. The Kandle Reading Light is simple to use and it gives off just a enough light to get some late night reading finished. It seems to ever durable. Overall, I'm impressed with the Kandle Reading Light and I recommend it to others.

The Kandle Reading Light can be purchased on

*Disclaimer - I received a complimentary sample in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

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