Kandle LED Book Light

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kindle-kandleSeen the new iPad and don’t really think that it will ever be able to replace your beloved Kindle? Good news for you then, as those who love reading late into the night in their bed without wanting to wake their partner up with the lights on can always settle for the Kandle LED Book Light, where this model comes with a new WideLip grip that was specially designed for a variety of ebook readers including (but not limited to) the Amazon Kindle and Sony Reader.

The Kandle features a new patent pending design that attaches to eBooks and printed books without blocking the screen or page. The perfect accessory for any eBook, the Kandle is designed for the Amazon Kindle 1, 2, and DX, Sony Reader Digital Books, and other eBook Readers. The Kandle boasts double pivoting arms that allow for easy positioning and adjustment to tailor the screen illumination. The Main Pivoting Arm rotates 90 degrees from its closed position, and the Upper Pivoting Arm rotates another 70 degrees for complete customization. Unlike other eBook lights, the Kandle is powered by two lifetime x2 LEDs that are optimized to distribute light evenly without creating glare or eyestrain. The Kandle features a new patent pending design that attaches to eBooks and printed books without blocking the screen or page. The perfect accessory for any eBook, the Kandle is designed for the Amazon Kindle 1, 2, and DX, Sony Reader Digital Books, and other eBook Readers. Unlike other eBook lights, the Kandle is powered by two lifetime x2 LEDs that are optimized to distribute light evenly without creating glare, thereby minimizing eyestrain and screen hot spots. Petite and light, the Kandle is ultra portable and folds into a closed position where the LEDs are fully protected from scratches or breakage. Petite and light, the Kandle is ultra portable and folds into a closed position where the LEDs are fully protected from scratches or breakage. Ships with 2 CR2032 batteries included.

It is currently retailing for $25.00, making it a pretty decent gift for your starry-eyed, bookworm lover.

5 reviews or comments

chuck Says: March 4, 2010 at 8:05 am

I have a Kindle 2 and it is inside a Marware case. How can I attach the Kandle so that it will work correctly with my Kindle 2?

Bruce Says: May 30, 2011 at 11:30 am

Try to use your awesome ipad for more than 4 hours whit no plug for recharge it..(in a camping journey for example, or try to see anything in the beach whit direct sun above), and you see how much cool is the “odd kindle” whit his 100 hours of stamina)…
the dark issue is easily solved whit a simple attacked led light of 2 U$ worth.
try again pal.

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