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October 17, 2005

Episode I've Lost Count: The search for a decent bedtime reading light continues with the Verilux Natural Spectrum® Book and Travel Light

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This one came in Saturday evening via express mail from Aspasia Phuket in Thailand.

Well, let's see what it's got to offer — from the website:

    See clearly and comfortably without disturbing others with this palm-sized, full spectrum book light.

    With its extra-wide 2 ½" Cold Cathode bulb, the cool-burning Verilux Book & Travel Light gives you the glare-free illumination you need to evenly light the surface of your book, menu or desktop.

    Two brightness levels let you adjust the light for reading and precision detail work.

    Its first-in-class power suite means you can use 2 regular AA batteries, 2 Ni-MH or Ni-Cd AA rechargeable batteries supported by the built-in battery charger, or you can even draw power from your computer with the included self-coiling USB cable.

    Book clip; self–supporting base; unique 2–point hinge system; swivel head.

Measures 3.5"H open/1.1"H closed x 3.19"W x 3.38"D.

Weighs 2.2 oz (without batteries).

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$24.95 here (batteries not included).

[via AW]

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Why not just use a normal light to read by and give you bedmate a eyemask so they can't tell the light is on? It would cost a lot less and you can actually have good light to read by instead of spending more $$ on lights.

Posted by: Ben Willmore | Oct 17, 2005 6:28:06 PM

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