Beam N Read LED 6 Deluxe Hands Free Light {Review + Giveaway}

Have you ever found yourself reading a book, crocheting, drawing (or anything really) and wish you had more light? I love light. There can never be too much light. My family likes to turn the lights off when possible. So when I was introduced to the Beam N Read LED 6 Deluxe Hands Free Light, I was excited to try it.  

The Beam N Read can light up your personal space. You could be doing anything like knitting, changing a diaper, looking over newspapers, reading a book (an actual book or on an eReader) and so much more! Because it’s worn around the neck, it’s completely hands free! It comes with a red night vision filter, an amber soft light filter, an attachable magnifying glass and of course the light and neck strap. There is also an AC and DC power adapter that is optional, if you prefer, rather than batteries. 

 

One feature that I really liked about the Beam N Read LED Light was that the actual light itself is wider than a standard book light, allowing for more area to be lit at once. This would be great for students, those that like to stay up at night reading, personal hobbies and the list can go on. You also have the option to use only three of the bulbs rather than six.  

I love the idea of having the red and orange filters. The orange filters allows the bright daylight-type light to adjust to warmer, calmer type light. The red filter is my favorite. My hubby doesn’t like when I turn on a bright reading light in the dark. I won’t have to worry about that anymore with the red filter. It cuts down ambient light, making everyone happy. 

Even with my super duper glasses, sometimes I have trouble seeing small detail with what I am doing. The Beam N Read LED Light comes with an attachable magnifying accessory that is designed just for this. It’s not recommended to use as a low vision aid; however, just to give you an idea of the possibilities, I thought I would show you a magnified yummy recipe book. 

If you are interested in purchasing the BNR LED 6-3 Beam N Read ® LED 6 Deluxe Hands Free Light, it’s available on Amazon! Be sure to follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest for all the latest updates, news and promotions! 

Great news! There is going to be 10 (yes, TEN) winners of the BNR LED 6-3 Beam N Read ® LED 6 Deluxe Hands Free Light! This giveaway will end on December 17, 2012 and is open to residents of US and Canada. Enter by filling out the easy Rafflecopter form below, Good Luck! 

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  1. love the fact hands free device

  2. Crossword puzzles.

  3. Annmarie W. says:

    I would love to use this to read at night so I don’t wake up my hubby!

  4. The whole family can get some use out of this!

  5. I have a head lamp that I use but this would be great with the magnifier. I would use it for embroidery with the magnifier on and for crochet without it.

  6. I would use it to read at night as to not wake up my daughter.

  7. I have been searching for one of these locally and can’t find one, I tried another brand and wasn’t happy with it – I want the original, lol! I am a doll maker, and I push hairs one at a time into the vinyl scalp of my dolls, this would make such a difference, having the light and ability to magnify my view! These are my babies, this is what it would be used for : http://www.dreambabydolls.com

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  8. Being a little older, I have noticed that unless I’m in bright light, I find it difficult to read the tiny print on knitting patterns, in phone books and on recipes. I’d use it to do these things for sure.

  9. That would be awesome for my partner to read in bed without keeping me up!

  10. I would use it when i read

  11. I love doing crossword puzzles. I have trouble seeing. I would use it to work the puzzle.

  12. Debbie Clauer says:

    I would love to have a hands free light for working on crafts.

  13. Paula Lee says:

    This would be great for my grandmother when she is crocheting :)

  14. I get headaches when I put anything on my head. This would help me to not get headaches when I read. I like to read in bed and don’t like to wake up my husband so this would be a good book light for night time bed reading.

  15. I would use it for reading, especially when I get up at odd hours because I can’t sleep. I don’t like to turn too many lights on.

  16. Robin Quick says:

    My husband would use this for examining coins he collects.

  17. My daughter would use it for reading in the car.

  18. I can definitely see this coming in handy during power outages! During thunderstorms we often lose power repeatedly – one time last year, it happened while my daughter was in the tub and this would be much more helpful than candles and the light on my cell phone.

  19. peggy fedison says:

    i would use it when i sew, read, crochet/knit. all different uses

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