What is a Beam ‘n Read Light?

If you are a knitter (and you are, if you’re reading this blog), you need this light.

Picture a small, yet powerful, easy to use, hands free light. Small enough to be portable (perfect for student’s back packs, glove boxes, knitting bags, and yes I have one in my motorcycle saddlebag).

They are perfect for travel and in an emergency. Perfect for reading both printed books and e-readers that are not backlit. And, of course, perfect for your needlework.

They use a small, long lasting battery, but selected models are also have ac/dc adapters. The adjustable (and elastic on some models) neckstrap combined with the bright LED lights focus the light wherever you want it. Clip on magnifiers make it just that much better, as do clip on light filters.

Don’t want to wake everyone up by turning on lights? Just use your Beam N Read.

Here are some features:

  • Shines wide and bright, hands free light directly on workspace / personal space
  • Lightweight, easy to carry, provides a personal task light anywhere, anytime
  • Energy Efficient: Extra long battery life saves money and the environment
  • One light works with all eReaders: Kindle, Nook, Kobo, Sony Reader, etc.
  • Unique accessories include clip on filters and clip on magnifiers
  • Versatile and useful for many tasks at home and during travel

Sure there are other lights that will do what this one does, but this isĀ ONE light!
To get this much versatility, you’d have to have a whole arsenol of lights.

Buy Beam N Read Lights and other ASF products at specialty stores, Amazon.com, and here on Readinglight.com

ASF Lightware Solutions encourages you to support local & specialty stores

If you are unable to find what you need, give us a call toll-free at 1-800-771-3600

Retailers: See our Reseller Information Page or call us toll-free

By Terrye




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