What I didn't realize was that the reading experience is quite different than reading an actual book. For one thing, the backlight on the Kindle began straining my eyes after long periods of use. For awhile, I switched back to regular books and left my Kindle on my dresser. That is, until now.
* Product and/or service provided for review without cost. As always, all opinions are my own.
Several days ago, I received the Kandle Flex by Ozeri for review. The Kandle Flex is an LED light for the Kindle.
With the Kandle Flex light, you also receive a protective pouch, batteries (one set already installed, plus an extra set), as well as the instruction manual—all packed in a nice little box.
The light on the Kandle Flex is flexible, so I can easily turn it directly onto the screen of my Kindle when I'm using it on a dimmer setting to prevent eye strain. The fact that the light illuminates the screen instead of casting a glare right into my eyes is a welcomed change. I've noticed that the reading experience is now more comfortable for my eyes.
The design of the Kandle Flex makes it easy to attach to the top of your Kindle or other e-reader without blocking the screen or requiring constant movement. The lip stretches to easily slide right over the top of the e-reader and stays in place.
Overall, I am very satisfied with the Kandle Flex by Ozeri. This little light has resolved the issues that I was having regarding eye strain, and my eyes are thankful!