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Posted December 27, 2009
Reading in bed, when your husband is not reading is a serious problem. Only those affected by it can begin to realize how serious this issue can become, even compromising the quality of your relationship. But now, thanks to the Lighwedge Booklight, all this is past. It will really light your book - and only your book. It's also light as a feather so you read for as long as you want and hardly notice it's there. Fantastic!
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Posted April 16, 2010
It's very economical with the battery and I replace the battery every 12 months. To avoid scratches, I keep it inside the book I'm reading like my bookmark. I've been using mine for five years-yes, five long years of reading all sorts of stuff. I even brought my lightwedge in one of my summer getaways and people were so amaze when I started reading at the sea shore, (it was nightime) and they thought its an electronic book reader. This is an excellent gift for a book reader. I might be getting the small one too for paperbacks.
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Posted February 20, 2010
Great idea, too bad it doesn't really deliver.
It doesn't provide much light at all. The glass scratches very easily, apparently the pages of the book are enough to put little hairline scratches on it because I was very careful with it and only kept in in the case or on the page while using it.
The main thing is that it just doesn't cast much light on the page. It actually almost seems to make shadows on the page.
It's also quite heavy, in case you plan on traveling with it in your purse.