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September 24, 2005

Spotglo™ Seatbelt Light


Could this be the elusive, never–seen–but–oft–fantasized–about perfect bedtime reading light, masquerading as an auto accessory?

It starts off on the right foot: the device has 4 LEDs.

Three are the minimum required — in this writer's (and reader's) opinion — for sufficient light for delightful reading in bed.


Reading on in the website we learn that the focus — as it were — of the light is providing powerful light for a passenger without distracting the driver.


• 2 power levels

• Adjustable to provide light in two different positions

• Clips on and off seatbelt easily

• Glides smoothly on seatbelt for desired positioning

Tell you what: if the light's good enough I'll even wear a seatbelt in bed to finally solve the seemingly intractable problem of obtaining perfect bedtime reading conditions that do not disturb another person nearby who prefers to visit dreamland.


Requires 3 AAA batteries which provide 10 hours of light on "High" and 25 hours on "Low."

$19.99 for two lights here (Batteries not included).

[via Shawn Lea Zender's everythingandnothing.

September 24, 2005 at 09:01 AM | Permalink


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Photo of the seatbelt installation, please. Just kidding. This light could solve my reading in the wee hours problem. So I'm waiting for the report with or without photo. Thanks...

Posted by: ll | Sep 24, 2005 9:22:13 PM

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