Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Mighty Bright XtraFlex2 Clip-On Light (Black, Kindle Version)

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The Mighty Bright XtraFlex2 Light is a battery operated clamp-on accessory that is custom designed to illuminate your Kindle Wireless Reading device. Two Super LED lights in one head gives you the lighting power of 6 normal LEDs. You have the option of using one or two of the Super LED lights with just a simple tap of the proprietary sensor switch. The flexible neck allows you to position your lighting anywhere you want it. With the XtraFlex2, you can take your Kindle anywhere--in bed, on the bus or train, and have proper illumination at your fingertips.

Technical Details

- Two "Super LEDs" are as bright as six regular LEDs and never need replacing
- LumaLenz optical-grade lens spreads light evenly with no hot spots
- MightyGrip strong wide mouth clip grips almost anything, or use free standing as a task light
- MightFlex fully adjustable arm will position and hold light in place
- Designed for attachment to your Kindle book cover
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Customer Buzz
 "Handy -- Excellent Use of $20!" 2009-09-29
By Marhunt (MI, USA)
I have to say I use this light for many other purposes besides reading my Kindle at night! I carry it in my purse for use in finding my keys, because its shape makes it very easy to find. When walking the dog in the dark, all I have to do is clip the light onto my pocket or waistband and it generally lights my path beautifully, although my daughter told me she thought I looked silly (so much for vanity). When we need to find something in the car, instead of turning on the overhead lamp and distracting the driver, this bright little light works wonders. I could go on and on, but you probably get the idea.

Also, I use rechargeable AAA batteries (charging them during the day), so I can't really tell much about a waste in battery power, but I think the battery life is about the same as an xbox 360 controller.

Customer Buzz
 "Happy Reader" 2009-09-28
By Phyllis the Bookworm (Kingwood, TX)
Excellent light for reading. My wife and I both use one now and we are very satisfied with them. Woeks out better when one wants to read and the other is ready to go to sleep. The regular bedside lamp was too much light for sleeping while the other was reading.

Customer Buzz
 "Great light, but loses its tension over time" 2009-09-28
By D. Brust (Minnesota USA)
I've been using this book light for about 10 months now. Overall, I'm very pleased. Note that I use it with normal books, not with the Kindle.

First, it uses standard AAA batteries. Other lights I've used take "watch" batteries, which are expensive and often hard to find. After 10 months, I have yet to replace the batteries. Clearly, they last a long time. Now, I'm not saying that I use the thing constantly. I actually haven't used it that much lately as I've been doing more computer reading. I was using it for about an hour a night, each night, for a few months in a row, and never had to change the batteries.

I've found the amount of light it puts out to be more than enough. The light has two light settings. You can either have both LEDs shining, or just one. I have almost never used both LEDs. I find the light given off by one LED to be sufficient. Using only one LED helps with the battery life, as well. I haven't had any problems with the switch system. The button switch works fine for me.

I do have a couple complaints. The clip is pretty big. It can add a bit of a bulge to the back of your book, once clipped on. It is lightweight, though, so I don't really notice the additional weight.

The bigger complaint I have is with the adjustable arm. After 10 months of use the arm has gotten pretty weak. It no longer holds in place like it used to. Its not like I am constantly adjusting the arm, either. For the most part, I leave it in one position, just moving the unit from book to book. I do have to tweak the angle, height, etc. with each new book, so maybe that has been enough to wear out the tension in the arm. I also tend to pull the light up as high as it will go, so that I can get the largest amount of light coverage. Maybe that has contributed to the weakening of the arm, as well. The light still works fine, but it has a tendency to "sag."

Despite the arm-tension issue, I would buy another Mighty Bright XtraFlex2. I am actually considering another one, as I write this. I've tried many book lights over the years, and this one is my favorite.

Customer Buzz
 "not what I expected" 2009-09-25
By Melanie Campbell (PA)
This is a good reading light, its very bright and small but I thought it was made specifically for the Kindle and its not. It doesn't fit to clip onto the kindle but I have found a way to prop it so it shines on my kindle while I read in bed. So if you're expecting it to clip onto your kindle it doesn't.

Customer Buzz
 "Got it for the 1st generation Kindle" 2009-09-25
By Read Rover (FL)
As the happy owner of the K1 (1st generation Kindle) I needed to buy a light so that I could read in bed without disturbing my husband. This light clips to the exterior of my case very easily and is fully adjustable so that I can target the light exactly where I need it. It has 2 settings, low and lower. I wish there was a little bit brighter setting and that the light itself wasn't so "blue". Otherwise, it has served its purpose very well and is still going strong after a year.

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