Ozeri Kandle Flex
The lazy warm days of summer flew by so quickly and already school starts next week on September 4th. A few of the kids in my family and several of their friends will be taking ebook readers to class with them this year.
They are great for textbook replacements and I’m happy the kids won’t have the burden of carrying so many books. They’ve taken them everywhere they go, on the bus, on vacation and to the library and soon to school. I think they’re great and I know the kids will use them a lot when doing their homework.
Ozeri has a great product created just for readers, the Kandle Flex. It’s a cute little light with a very flexible neck so you can position it anywhere you need it to be. It mounts snuggly on the top of your reader and does not interfere or intrude with your screen. Nor does it slide around or scratch your reader when you remove it. It fits the readers we have at home perfectly.
The Ozeri Kandle Flex has an off/on switch on top of the LED bulb frame. You can have a soft (low) or a bright light (high) by moving the switch to the right. The light was bright enough to cover the whole reader making it easy to read. It was most comfortable on the lower setting for us. We thought it had great illumination considering it’s a tiny light.
It’s battery-operated and comes with 2 CR2032 batteries already installed for you. Plus you get a spare set of batteries and a carry pouch with a drawstring so they won’t fall out. It’s compact, user-friendly and I think it’s a real asset for students and avid readers.
Disclaimer: I received product to facilitate a review. All opinions are my own, yours may differ.