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Ottlite LED Reader's HD Bookstand Lite BookstandLite - White

by OttLite

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  • Perfect for crafting, reading, studying, cooking, working in the garage & more!
  • Adjustable light and platform easily conforms to reading materials
  • LED illumination lasts up to 40,000 hours
  • Battery powered (3 AAA batteries, not included) and compact for portability
  • Low glare, low heat for maximum visual comfort
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The Bookstand Lite offers the ultimate in utility and comfort. Great for reading, holding recipe books, craft project instructions, workbench, computer work and more, this clever innovation in lighting provides low glare, low heat Ottlite LED illumination. Now you can do what you love longer. OttLite LED Illumination adheres to our strict standards for color temperature, brightness and light output, giving you the ultimate LED lighting experience.

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  • Shipping Weight: 3.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B008IJQ2WK
  • UPC: 761712004303
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #463,144 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By growingknowledge on September 25, 2012
When my 6 year old son suddenly had a vision change from 15/20 to 60/20 within 5 months, I started doing extensive research on eye issues in growing children. The rate of change in the eyes of a developing child before the age of 15 is very dramatic. After 15 year of age, the eyes' rate of change slow down. That means a child subjecting his/her eyes to accommodation (i.e. reading at close range or proximity) will develop myopia faster at 6 years of age than at 15 years of age.

Within the 5 months time in which my son's eyes changed from 15/20 to 60/20, he had read approximately 250 books. His eye exam with an opthamologist showed that he had myopia with no other eye problems or issues. The opthamologist prescribed glasses for him to see things in the distance. I, however, did not want him to have glasses yet. I reasoned that if the eyes can change so drastically for the worse in such a short period of time, the eyes can also improve (as long as accommodation - changes in the eyes for close range work - had not yet become permanent.)

I began to change the way my son read and did close range work. Following any prolong close range work, my son would take 10 - 15 minutes breaks where he read small letters from across the room. I bought the Ott-Lite bookstand where my son would read books from 1.5 arm lengths away. I bought the Ott-Lite bookstand because it had an adjustable back which could be changed to accommodate my son's height. This was very useful since different chair and table heights often placed my son's vision at different angles (with respect to the book)which could then be easily corrected by tilting the bookstand backward or forward to varying degrees.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By H. M. Gladney on September 23, 2012
The design concept looks good, but details of the design and implementation leave a great deal to be desired. Two aspects especially annoy me:

(1) The lip intended to hold the current page position of a book is too high, so that it interferes with the opening mechanism of a ring-looseleaf-binder. This could have been avoided by making it swivel out of the way when not wanted, or replacing it with a couple of swiveling rods similar to those on other bookstands.

(2) The lamp is too dim to be much help.

Recommendation to would-be purchasers: find another product!
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