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LightWedge Harry Potter LUMOS Book Light


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  • Patented LightWedge technology directs light only onto the page
  • Colorful Harry Potter graphics and seven interchangeable switch covers
  • Larger size that matches the LightWedge Original, the LUMOS is perfect for hardcover and larger "trade" paperback books
  • Page-sized, acrylic lens lays flat on the page
  • 2 bright LEDs shine light magically in a dark room:
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand Lightwedge
Part Number 00043
Item Weight10.2 ounces
Product Dimensions10.3 x 8.4 x 0.7 inches
Item model numberLW100HP
Assembled Height 0.73 inches
Assembled Length 10.30 inches
Assembled Width 8.40 inches
Item Package Quantity1
Material Plastic
Finish Multi-color
  
Additional Information
ASIN1932836438
Best Sellers Rank #204,092 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10.6 ounces
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableApril 12, 2005
  
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Product Description

The Harry Potter LUMOS Book Light brings the magic of the LightWedgento Harry Potter fans of all ages! The Harry Potter LUMOS Book Light features colorful Harry Potter graphics and seven interchangeable switch covers that allow Harry Potter fans to customize their magical LightWedge. Recipient of the prestigious Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Seal Award.

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Customer Reviews

I was pleased with the service & product.
Shevon Madden
It fully illuminates the page making reading easy on the eyes even in the darkest setting.
T. A. Gandhi
I was delighted to discover that this is the best book light I've ever owned!
J. K. C. Carter

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56 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Eagle Vision TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 3, 2008
This review is about the Original Lightwedge without the Harry Potter Graphics. The operation and construction is identical:

I read books at night, frequently, so I purchased this product so I wouldn't disturb my wife. This light source is simple in design: tiny LED lamps illuminate a thin piece of plastic (working similar to a fiberoptic lamp Lumisource LS-FO SPRAY Fiber Optic Spray). It is about the dimensions of a full sized book and the black handle which houses the battery/light source is somewhat bulky. A small button toggles the light intensity from low to dim to off.

USE

Place the item on the page that you want to read, push the button to the light intensity that you desire (allow your eyes to adjust to the darkness, which may take a minute or more), and flip the item to the other page to read. As you turn the page, you will need to take the item out, and place it back into the book.

In concept, this product is ideal. You have a light source that is limited to the pages that you are viewing. However, even on the highest intensity (let's call it dim and dimmer), the light is still somewhat low. What can you read with this item? Books that have high contrast paper (glossy pages are most ideal since the reflective proper of the paper allows for better view). Conventional novels are a bit more difficult to read. Magazines are impossible unless you read on your stomach with the magazine placed on the bed. Furthermore, pictures are difficult to see, at best.

DURABILITY

Like any screen on a laptop, I placed a SCREEN PROTECTOR on my lightwedge to prevent scratches.
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49 of 51 people found the following review helpful By T. A. Gandhi on July 20, 2007
Not just for the Harry Potter fan! (BUT A MUST IF YOU ARE ONE!) The lightwedge book light is by far the best book light I have ever used. It fully illuminates the page making reading easy on the eyes even in the darkest setting. Not at all like the booklights that shine down on a page. I find them very frustrating after a short time as they mostly only shine a circular path over a few square inches of book. Others with a larger circumference seem to bother others not reading the book! This book light's lens lies across the page and gives the reader full light, but doesn't disturb others. While I pour over my latest favorite novel...my husband snores on! I recommend it to ANY avid reader.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By J. K. C. Carter on December 16, 2007
I bought one of these for my sister and one for myself, more as a joke than anything else. I was delighted to discover that this is the best book light I've ever owned! My sister and I are both avid readers, so we really put this light through its paces. The battery life is amazing and the light is evenly distributed across the page. Of course, it also makes a good book mark when you are being forced away from your book!

If you can get your hands on one, do so!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Sires on March 31, 2006
The idea of the Lightwedge itself, a sheet of high grade acrylic that spreads the light from small LCD lights across the entire page of the book is clever enough. It is clear and bright enough to read comfortably by without distracting a bedmate or a seatmate. Add to this a Harry Potter theme with interchangeable snap-on Potter emblems that allow a custom touch, and you have a great gift for that Potter fan in your life.

If that Potter fan is the right age you might even lead to the extinction of trying to read by flash light under the covers.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By kre8iv1 VINE VOICE on December 15, 2008
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I happened to find this book light by accident, and what a happy accident it was!

I bought the Harry Potter version (because it was on sale for only $25 vs. the plain one being regular price at $35) and the only difference is that it comes with different buttons for the on/off switch that you can swap out depending on your mood. Otherwise it's exactly like the plain version - same size (sized to read hardcover books).

I also bought the soft case to store it in while not in use. (Very glad I got that!)

Pros:
I no longer bother my husband when I read in bed.
It puts light directly where I need it and I DON'T have to keep adjusting it.
It does NOT get hot.
It doubles as a bookmark.
The batteries last a LONG time!
The optional case protects it from scratches and keeps it clean when you are not using it as a bookmark.

Cons:

It gets dirty (smudged) quickly, even if your hands are clean (and you MUST be careful to use a good cleaner or it will get scratched - I use the spray I clean my eyeglasses with along with a special cloth and it works just fine).

The light may flicker a bit at times (I think because I must joggle the switch while moving it from one side of the book to the other) - just wiggle the "on" switch and it stops.

If you are reading a hardcover book it is the perfect size. If you switch to reading paperback books, it's over-sized and you must compensate by moving it around until you find an angle that is comfortable for you to hold both the light and the book. Otherwise you could buy the paperback size version of this light. (Things could be worse - I guess it's better to buy large and compensate for small vs.
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