The wonderful people at Ozeri let me review the Kandle Flex for them. When I told me mother, she was thrilled about it. When she got it, she was like a kid in a candy store. Really fun to watch. She had her Nook all ready to go, and we clipped it on for her. It really improved the way she can now see her screen.
The Kandle Flex by Ozeri has three LED lights that can be adjusted for brightness--a soft light and an ultra-bright setting. It clips on to your reader with ease through Ozeri's thoughtful engineering of a WideLip clip that won't block the screen. Even though it was designed to clip onto a third generation Kindle reader, the Kandle Flex can also clip onto other eBook readers like my mother's Nook. The flexible goose neck light allows you to adjust it to where it perfectly illuminates the screen to your liking. This helps in getting rid of any screen glare.
When we first got it, my mother was all worried that we would have to go out and get batteries for it. I told her it was not a problem, that Ozeri conveniently comes with two batteries already installed, and an extra set when you need them.
I can't tell you how many times I have heard from Mom about how much she loves reading her eBooks in bed at night.
Holiday Gift Idea!
Do you know of someone who uses an eBook reader and could use a light for it. The Kandle Flex by Ozeri would make a great gift for them this year. It sells for only $17.95, and if you have Amazon Prime, this item ships for Free! At this price you can buy several for your family or friends. Since kids can suffer from eye strain, too, this little item could even be a stocking stuffer for one of your children.
The Kandle Flex is just one of the great items that Ozeri has. Check out Ozeri's website for more gift ideas for the modern home. To keep up with latest items and sales, follow Ozeri on Facebook.
Many thanks to the sponsor who provided a product or sample for this Review. I received no monetary compensation. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."