AOSTAR LED Clip On Book Light

From the manufacturer:


3 level of brightness available for personal taste: soft, bright, and strong.
USB rechargeable lithium battery means it can go where you go.
360 degree flexible neck means you can position it exactly where you want.
Nicely weighted flat base so it can be used as a stand lamp too.
Red light turns on while charging, green light turns on while fully charged.
Versatile for use in various places not just on books, but also kindle, notebooks, music stands, pianos, etc.


Light Source: 4 LED Lamps
Light Brightness: Low, Medium and High
Light Color: White/ Warm White
Switch Type: Button
Charging Time: 5 hours
Working Time: low lightness – 10 hours, Medium Brightness – 8 hours, high brightness – 5 hours
Material: ABS clip, PC lampshade, environmental-friendly silicone neck
Power Supply: Lithium battery
Capacity: 900mAh
Watt-hour: 3.33Wh

My review:

Have trouble seeing your laptop keys in the dark? Or maybe you like to read in bed but don’t want to wake up your bed-mate? Then check out this AOSTAR LED Clip On Book Light! This is a cool product that I wish I had before now.  The light is very flexible, so you could place it on your bed post to target a book that you are reading, clamp on a table to give you an extra bit of light; for instance in a dark corner of the living room or den. I clamp mine on the top of my laptop. That way, when I wake super early I don’t have to turn on the main light just to take a look at my email.

Mine came fully charged and I’ve used it almost daily for about 1 week, 1-2 hours a day and I’ve not had to charge it yet. If I didn’t already have it, I would definitely buy one!

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