|Part Number||BNR LED 6-3|
|Item Weight||3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.5 x 3.2 x 0.9 inches|
|Item model number||BNR LED 6-3|
|Batteries||4 AA batteries required.|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Special Features||Portable, Adjustable, Extra Long Battery Life, blue-light-blocking filters, Optional USB Power Kit|
Beam n Read LED 6 Deluxe Hands-Free Light; Extra Wide & Extra Bright Light from 6 LEDs Plus Clip-on Orange and Red Relaxation Filters 
|Price:||$34.95 + $6.00 shipping|
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- For hands-free personal light anywhere; extra bright light is easy on the eyes; doesn't disturb others
- Extra wide light from 6 LEDs in a row easily covers 2 pages; great for crafts, quilting, knitting, etc.
- BNR Orange & Red Relaxation filters block eye stressing blue light, reduce ambient light
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update: After I submitted this review, the company contacted me and offered to replace my light. I took advantage of their offer, and today, I received a completely new light. It's great doing business with a company that stands behind its product and makes service so easy.
I was contacted by email by the VP of the company, who asked me to edit my original review (which I have done in the paragraph above) because he thought it was unfair and suggested that I have vision problems. For the record, I have NORMAL VISION. In fact, maybe my vision is too good for this product. After years of being 20/15 or better, my vision is now a "mere" 20/20. Perhaps I require less magnification than this product offers.
I will not dispute that for many, this is a great product, but for me, it was not. Is this not the whole reason that amazon allows us to review products?? How else will other 5'10" women with good vision know that this may not work for them?
My criticisms are 1: it's a bit on the heavy side--with today's LEDs it should work with AAA batteries. 2: I wish the light could pivot upward more. 3: It comes with a yellow filter meant to soften the bluish LED light and I wish the filter would be a little whiter to allow more light to pass through.
Nov. 16, 2012: I want to add that during the recent hurricane Sandy in NYC I used the Beam N Read constantly during the blackout. It was much better than a flashlight. My hands were free while I walked around the apartment and it lighted my way, as well as lit whatever I was looking at or doing. I was even able to knit, which kept me calm. It certainly kept me from tripping over anything while walking around in the dark, beautifully lighting the floor ahead of me. I wore it all the time during the hurricane blackout.
If you are knitting with a dark color yarn it really helps your work to have a bright light, too.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Had one before. Loved it. Especially appreciate wider - two page coverage. One thing that concerns me is that when closed the bulbs are not covered. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Amazon Customer
The wife loves it. Very bright. She can hand stitch while were watching Netflix..in the dark. No bright light glaring in my eyes any more.Published 2 months ago by Coolmomo
The Light is great, but the elastic band came out where it was attached to the sides and hit the counter killing 3 of the 6 lites. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Karen Krause
Very poor light, Was not helpful at all. Also very difficult to position it towards what you wanted the light focused on. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Judi R Reynolds