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LightWedge Paperback Book Light with nook?
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LightWedge Paperback Book Light with nook? 7 Years, 5 Months ago Karma: 2
Does anyone have experience using the LightWedge Paperback book light with the nook?
LightWedge Paperback book light
I really like the concept, but seems like it would interfere with navigation buttons on the nook.
*and* you'd have to hold it on as it's designed for paper books (no clip)
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Re:LightWedge Paperback Book Light with nook? 7 Years, 5 Months ago Karma: 1
I don't think that would work, seems it lights up from behind the page so you'd have to put it behind the nook screen. Maybe I misunderstand the device though.
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Re:LightWedge Paperback Book Light with nook? 7 Years, 5 Months ago Karma: 2
Julie Thom wrote:
I don't think that would work, seems it lights up from behind the page so you'd have to put it behind the nook screen. Maybe I misunderstand the device though.

It believe it shines the light edge-ways through the flat acrylic lens (shaped like an elongated wedge) which brightens the area underneath the lens. This reduces the glare for anyone near by.

I'm not going to worry about it though. I happened upon a coupon code for the M-Edge website so ordered a "Go! Jacket" and "e-Luminator 2" book light for my nook. Knocked $12 bucks off the total.
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coupon code: FACEEDGE
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Re:LightWedge Paperback Book Light with nook? 7 Years, 5 Months ago Karma: 0
I own one which I adore for reading paperbacks in low light and I just tried it with my nook. It doesn't help. I bought a light with my nook case and that works fine.
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Re:LightWedge Paperback Book Light with nook? 7 Years, 5 Months ago Karma: 0
Knick Knack wrote:
Julie Thom wrote:
I don't think that would work, seems it lights up from behind the page so you'd have to put it behind the nook screen. Maybe I misunderstand the device though.

It believe it shines the light edge-ways through the flat acrylic lens (shaped like an elongated wedge) which brightens the area underneath the lens. This reduces the glare for anyone near by.

I'm not going to worry about it though. I happened upon a coupon code for the M-Edge website so ordered a "Go! Jacket" and "e-Luminator 2" book light for my nook. Knocked $12 bucks off the total.
M-Edge Store
coupon code: FACEEDGE


Nice site. Everything I see says for the Kindle. Do the cases fit the nook as well? It seems a lot seem to be able to fit either.
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Re:LightWedge Paperback Book Light with nook? 7 Years, 5 Months ago Karma: 2
Hover over "Products" near top of page, "nook" selection is at middle of the drop down menu.
These claim to be specifically for nook. Make sure if you order the light you get the "nook" version as the kindle version is a tiny bit longer (avoids the light head extending a bit below bottom of case when stored vertical).
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