Beam N Read is a hands free LED light that can be used for many purposes. It's quite useful for reading books, ebooks, papers, journal writing, quilting, knitting, crafting, traveling, and even for emergencies. Product received for review. Post contains affiliate links.
Beam N Read for Reading
So, call me a dinosaur, but I still like to read “real” books on occasion. I also read using the Kindle app on my iPad, but I have quite a few paper books that I just never got around to reading. At night I hate reading with the bedroom light on. Not only will this disturb the sleeping hubby, but it also will require me getting out of bed to turn it off. Geez, that's just wrong. When I start dozing off for the night, the last thing I want to do is crawl out of bed (#FirstWorldProblems). The Beam N Read can be quickly shut off and I can drift off into dreamland.
It has also come to my attention that some eReaders don't have built-in lights…? That surprised me considering they are electronic and all, but that means the Beam N Read can serve a great purpose there, too. There are no clips to fumble with either.
With the Beam N Read's 6 LED lights, it provides an extra wide light that makes it a lot more versatile than just a book light. This is what makes it great for crafts, too. It comes with several filters to help adjust the light to your comfort. Also included is a magnifier for those times when you could use a little help in that area.
Seniors can greatly benefit from the Beam N Read and it could even increase their safety. Think of anyone who requires hands free use because of a walker or because their hands are full – Beam N Read can hang around their neck to help light the path.
There are a lot of other uses for the Beam N Read. My hubby was even intrigued by it. There have been many times when he has needed hands free light.
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