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Mighty Bright XtraFlex2 Clip-On Light (Kindle Version) White



Mighty Bright XtraFlex2 Clip-On Light (Kindle Version) White

  • Two “Super LEDs” are as bright as six regular LEDs and never need replacing
  • LumaLenz optical-grade lens spreads light evenly with no hot spots
  • MightyGrip strong wide mouth clip grips almost anything, or use free standing as a task light
  • MightFlex fully adjustable arm will position and hold light in place
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging

The XtraFlex2 eReader LED Light features two LEDs, providing a bright yet comfortable reading light on the end of a flexible gooseneck. You can also change the intensity with the press of a button. The double-padded clip opens extra wide, and won’t scratch your eReader screen.Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
Amazon.com has certified this product’s packaging is Frustration-Free. A Frustration-Free Package is easy-to-open and comes without excess packaging materials such as hard plastic “c

List Price: $ 14.99

Price: $ 14.99

3 responses to “Mighty Bright XtraFlex2 Clip-On Light (Kindle Version) White”

  1. Lester A. Gervasio "Trainboy" says:
    183 of 185 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Works great with my Kindle, January 1, 2011
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    I won’t go into great detail about the product because others have alrady done so, I just wanted to speak to the negative comments. 1) Not designed for the Kindle/doesn’t work without obstructing the buttons or the reading page. I’m not certain what these folks are even talking about, frankly. Perhaps you have a different version of the Kindle than I do; I have the 2nd generation white one. If you clip the Mighty Bright to the top of the Kindle with the battery pack at the back (the little padded end of the clip toward the front) it stays on just fine, it doesn’t cover any buttons or the reading page. I have since purchased a Kindle cover and I now clip the light to that, so no issue at all. 2) There is a reflection on the screen. If you have it clipped on the top of the Kindle, simply raise the arm a little higher and position the light itself perpendicular to the Kindle (so it is shining down like a street lamp) not twisted down where the light is pointing directly toward the page. This gives plenty of light to read by, and no glare. 3) You can’t travel with this light because the button is so sensitive that it turns on and drains your batteries. I have traveled with this light quite a bit and it only turned on by itself once, when I had it crammed at the bottom of a large, soft sided carry on bag. There are several simple solutions to this. Don’t pack it an overstuffed bag,don’t put it near the bottom of a bag, or…simplest of all….take the batteries out when you pack it. I don’t see how that is such a great inconvenience! If you have it packed that deeply/tightly in a bag/suitcase/backpack you are obviously not using it en route, and putting the batteries back in when you unpack shouldn’t be that big an issue, and if you are using it in route, put it near the top where you can reach it easily and nothing is likely to accidently turn it on. My wife carries both this and her Kindle in her purse regularly and never has a problem. The light is lightweight, bright, easy on the eyes, cool to the touch and takes standard batteries. As far as battery life goes, that depends on how long yout run the light, whether or not you use both l.e.d.s and how good the battery quality is you buy. I have had mine for 8 months and I will be changing the battery for the 2nd time, soon. Not bad for using it nearly every night. I’m thinking of switching to rechargeable batteries, though as we use so manyof them in our house.

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  2. C. Decker says:
    233 of 240 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Clip is not great with newer Kindles, December 13, 2010
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    C. Decker
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    The light itself is nice, two settings, easy to operate.

    The clip is too large to sit securely on the kindle, you have to sort of pinch it to the edge of the casing and it’s not entirely secure. Additionally the clip is the battery case, and two AAA batteries add a surprising amount of weight to the Kindle, making it somewhat top heavy and more cumbersome to hold when reading lying down.

    This clearly was not designed specifically for the Kindle, although it’s currently being marketed that way. It’s a great little light for traditional books, just not for the Kindle.

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  3. P. Alther says:
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    A nice light, but a bit bulky, February 27, 2011
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    P. Alther
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    The LED light is very bright, but it’s not harsh on the eyes. The light itself works great, but it has trouble staying on my kindle. This is because I do not want to to clip directly to the screen, which it would have to do if I wanted it to stay on the top. Personally, I do not feel comfortable doing that because I am concerned that the pressure might damage the screen over-time. I clip is at the bottom near the key-board, which gets in the way if I want to write a note or something. Over-all, I am pleased with the light, but I think it could have been designed better.

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