Beam N Read LED6 Deluxe Hands Free Light - Review and Giveaway

They really thought of everything when they created the Beam N Read LED6 Deluxe Hands Free Light. This handy light hangs on an adjustable neck-strap so you can put the light right where you want it. It turns on automatically when you tilt the light up and turns off when you tilt it back down, plus you can angle it on the hinge to the perfect spot where you need the light.
It comes with a clip and a magnifier (with protective case), so if you work with needlepoint or cross-stitch or even coin-collecting, you can see the tiniest of details. Sometimes even my reading glasses need a little boost and the Beam N Read sure helps especially with tiny print.
The row of LED lights on the Beam N Read has a toggle switch to adjust the amount of light from six lights to three lights if you want to reduce the light. Need a brighter light? You can easily switch it back to six lights.
It can be propped up on a table or a counter in the event you lose electricity in your home. It's also small enough to store in your car's glove-box when you're traveling, in case you have an emergency engine problem to inspect or if you have to change a tire on the side of the road at night.
It also comes with two colored lenses, one yellow and one red, that snap right over the LED lights, to soften and reduce the light if needed. Since LED lights use less power, your battery life is extended with the Beam N Read. Having light when and where you need it provides a sense of greater security.
I've always had a desk lamp on my scrapbook table but it glared in my eyes. While wearing the Beam N Read, the LED lights are pointed away from my face and onto the page. My eyes don't tire out so soon and I can work on my crafts for longer periods of time. My family has found lots of uses for the Beam N Read and you will too!
Buy It Here:
You can purchase Beam N Read at the Amazon link below. It's a great holiday gift idea for seniors, crafters, and readers. You can also follow them on FacebookTwitter and Pinterest. 
Win It Here:
Ten lucky readers will also win a Beam N Read LED6 Deluxe Hands Free Light in our shared Rafflecopter giveaway. To enter, just fill in the form below. Open to USA and Canada. Ends at midnight ET on 12/17/2012. Good luck!
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Disclaimer: I participated in this campaign on behalf of Fashionista Events, hosted by Still Blonde after all these Years and Modly Chic for Fashion. I received a review product as a thank you for participating. Fashionista Event bloggers are not responsible for sponsors that do not fulfill their prizes.


  1. I like that it is small and fits around the neck so I can't lose it --thanks simms3710@yahoo.com

  2. i would use this when i am reading at nite so my partner can sleep undisturbed ... thank u for the chance to win

  3. Amanda Phillips11/27/12, 11:12 PM

    My grandmother would love this for Christmas! She hand sews at least one quilt a year and only has a table lamp for light next to her recliner. The older she gets the worse the lamp is for her eyes and this could really help her. I love that she could adjust it from 6 lights for quilting to 3 to be able to lay in bed and read when she retires for the night. What an awesome idea!

    aggiesangels (at) yahoo (dot) com

    Oh, by the way, the link in the rafflecopter isn't workig to click on to go to the website.

  4. I would use this in the car while traveling. Husband is always asking for me to look on the map for directions in the dark.

  5. trista doerfer11/27/12, 11:26 PM

    i would use this when i get up at 430 am to go to work. i usually fumble in the dark. i also have to pump milk in the dark before going to work. so, having something like this would be quite awesome!

  6. This is cool. Wonder if it would work to help me see my chin hairs? That's the plan!

  7. It a awesome product love the magnifier email timothy.baldridge@yahoo.com

  8. I would use it to read my mail without having to get up and turn the lights on in the living room during commericals.

  9. I'm a beader who likes to bead in bed sometimes....this would be perfect


  10. I could use that for my sewing

  11. My husband would definitely use it for reading, he reads a lot.

  12. I would use it when the lights dim or when i need to find things when the car is dark

  13. melissa griffith11/29/12, 1:40 PM

    I would use this at night to read without my glasses on.


  14. I would use this for our trips to Chicago to read in the car.


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