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by LightWedge

Verso Clip-On Reading Light for Kindle (Graphite)

4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (749 customer reviews)

  • Bright, even LED light illuminates the screen without any ?hot spots?.
  • Flexible neck adjusts to eliminate reflection or glare.
  • Clip designed for Kindle. Clip width and depth insure secure, stable connection to the Kindle without interfering with the screen.
  • Package includes a set of CR2032 batteries pre-loaded in the light
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging

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Compatible with Kindle E-Readers
This product is designed to fit Kindle, Kindle Touch, and Kindle Keyboard.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 4.7 x 1.5 inches ; 2.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces
  • ASIN: B003FZA1OW
  • Item model number: VR001-001-23
  • Batteries 2 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (749 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 15, 2010
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Product Description

Product Description

Verso - E-reader and Tablet Essentials

Clip Light
Verso Clip Light for E-Readers
By LightWedge

If you’re an avid bedtime reader, you’re certainly well acquainted with Snoozy McSnoozerson. No matter what that person lying next to you is named during waking hours, when consciousness settles into its daily twilight, and you need a bedtime story to take that final edge off, Snoozy’s saying a silent prayer your bedside lamp will suddenly burn out…and if you’re lucky, that’s all.

The Verso Clip Light is the solution you need to keep Snoozy’s grumblings at bay. The LED light and optical-grade acrylic lens keeps the light off them while evenly illuminating your e-reader for minutes or (up to 15) hours of strain-free enjoyment. The flexible neck adjusts perfectly to eliminate unwanted glare or reflection, and the grippy wide clip ensures a stable connection to your e-reader without getting in the way.

Clip Light

The Clip Light is part of the Verso E-Reader Lights Collection

Squinting. Overhead lights on airplanes. Bad hotel-room lighting. Grumbly spouses who don't understand why we won't just close the book, shut off the light, and go to sleep. And, yes, aging. These are all major life challenges that our Verso line of e-reader lights can help with, and we offer three to unique versions to choose from.

About LightWedge

Starting with the LightWedge Original booklight in 2002, Boston-based LightWedge has kept its focus on the development of innovative and style-driven reading accessories. With its Verso line of e-reader and tablet accessories, LightWedge brings more than a decade of accessories experience to a whole new stage.

Other Verso Collections
  • Artist Series Collection E-Reader Covers
  • Prologue Collection E-Reader Covers
  • New York Times Collection E-Reader Covers
  • E-Reader Lights
Verso - Device Compatibility
Kindle Fire HD 7

Kindle Fire/Kindle Keyboard

Kindle / Kindle Touch /Kindle Paperwhite

Verso - Light it up!

Squinting. Overhead lights on airplanes. Bad hotel-room lighting. Grumbly spouses who don't understand why we won't just close the book, shut off the light, and go to sleep. And, yes, aging. These are all major life challenges that our Verso line of e-reader lights can help with, and we offer three unique versions to choose from.

All models fit the Kindle Touch, Kindle and Kindle Keyboard.

Customer Reviews

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239 of 248 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Simply the Best for the New Kindle April 11, 2011
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I wanted to cover some of the features of the light that others had left out. Hope this helps you in your buying decision.
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100 of 102 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Erin Is Right About This Light! December 23, 2010
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I bought my first Kindle in late November, I disregarded reviews and bought the Kindle Lighted Leather Cover. The light is horrible, bottom half of the screen isn't lit well at all! So, looking to get better lighting...I researched options on Amazon and saw Amazon Reviewer/Shopper Erin Cormier's video review of the Versa Clip-On Light. Her video showed all of the features and convinced me to buy the Versa Clip-on Light.

As Ms. Cormier's video shows, this light clips on the top or side without covering the screen. It is very flexible so I can shift it depending on where I am reading.

Two unexpected benefits. First, I can leave the light clipped to the Kindle and bend it across the top of the closed case...I don't have to take it on and off as I expected. Second, the light came with extra batteries!

There is a reason this light keeps selling out. Don't waste money on a lighted cover, get this light instead!
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57 of 59 people found the following review helpful
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I tend to obsess about finding the perfect solution for things, and this happened also with my search for a light for my new kindle touch, that I absolutely love. I ended up trying 7 different lights, and will post this comparison as a review for all of them. Hopefully others can benefit from my experience...

- Might Bright XtraFlex2: It is, indeed, mighty bright, but more in scope than in intensity. It casts light on a HUGE area, enough to disturb my partner in bed... On the kindle itself, it is only slightly brighter than other lights. Not enough to justify its size in my opinion. Which brings us to its other flaw - it is BIG. The clip is too large to clip straight onto the top of the kindle. I had to clip it diagonally. It seemed to work and be stable that way, but it is a big beast, and would not be convenient for travel, for me. Given that the illumination onto the kindle itself was only slightly brighter than other lights, I didn't think it was a good solution.

- Verso clip-on: Good travel size, very very blue light, not very bright, and it actually POPPED OFF my kindle when I tried to adjust the head of the light to shine in a slightly different direction. And while it's fairly small, it does not fold in any particular way, so it's not very compact.

- Verso Arc: Nice form factor, but I found the bright but somewhat uneven, and worst of all (which is why I returned it), if I held it in bed in a particular angle that I happen to like, the light reflected off the top of the screen in a really annoying way. Also, the light was VERY much on the blue end of the spectrum ("cold").

- Octovo: Also a compact light, but I found it very weak.

- Belkin Clip-On: As *light*, this was the best light of all.
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84 of 95 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Horrible Light and Damaged My Kindle December 30, 2010
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I was immediatley disappointed with this product. The light creates a bright round glare where the light falls and illuminates little else. I angled my light facing up as much as I could to reduce the glare (which further reduces functionality) and continued to use the light. When I unclipped the light one day, I noticed a large crack right along the top of the kindle where the light has been clipped. Although my Kindle is still functional, I don't appreciate the damage caused by simply clipping a light onto it, as directed in the Verso instructions. I do NOT recommend this product!!
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars NOT what I wanted! November 1, 2011
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I bought the Verso Clip-On Reading Light for Kindle to use with my M-Edge Kindle cover, based on reviews. One reviewer criticized the shortness of the M-Edge light, preferring the longer length of the gooseneck on the Verso. My experience with the Verso was: It was okay for angling the light for optimum reading, but the clip kept popping off the edge of my Kindle! This was annoying, at best! Then, the battery ran out within a week, and its having a CR2 battery really made this problematic! The Verso came with an extra set of batteries, so I replaced the original set. Not only did the Verso keep popping off my Kindle, there was no way to store it in the M-Edge cover, so I just left the Verso light at home whenever I took the Kindle with me anywhere. Meanwhile, as I watched the Verso's second set of batteries drain, I ordered the M-Edge light. Like night and day, to make a very weak pun! The M-Edge takes one AAA battery, the advantage of which is HUGE. Also, the length of the gooseneck has little or no bearing on aiming the light. The fact that the M-Edge light can be angled up or down parallel to the long edge of the Kindle lends much more variability to aiming the light. Also, I've had the M-Edge light for a week now, using it to the same degree as I did the Verso, and I've not noticed any dimming of the light. It's also helpful that the M-Edge light has an automatic timer: it shuts off after 60 minutes. I'm not worried about the battery draining, since I always have AAA batteries on hand. So, if you're debating which light is better for use with the M-Edge cover, the M-Edge light is far superior. I'm now just using the Verso light on puzzle books, but even that isn't too great since the light has become dim, and it's so heavy, it keeps making the pages where it's clipped flop down, even if it's almost the whole book. Then it becomes unclipped and falls off.
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