booklight

booklight

(ˈbʊkˌlaɪt)
n
a small light that can be clipped onto a book for reading by
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The aisle seats were all taken, so I stumbled past a woman taking notes using a tiny booklight clamped to her binder and sat.
My favorite toys are now my Kindle, my Mighty Bright booklight, and the WaterField travel case designed just for the Kindle I carry it all in.
Similar to a booklight, but with more versatility, the Clip Light features a clamp with nonmarking rubber feet that opens 1 1/4" wide.
Zelco, known for its innovative niche products, presented its battery-operated tripod speaker system for iPods and MP3 players to retail for $35; the Lumifier bendable magnifier light; a Back Flip toolkit with LED flashlight; the Slim itty bitty booklight; and a fully featured ironing board that takes the hassle out of the task.
2High-Brightness Booklight When in a tropical climate or Birmingham, the sound of buzzing winged creatures in one's bedroom can make it difficult to fall asleep at night.
As if that isn't enough, our amazing prize also includes: Harry Potter Backpack and Stationery Set, Harry Potter Writer and Booklight, Harry Potter Analogue Watch, Wizard's Castle Playset and the Wow Wizard's Compendium Games.
Swing the lid open, and it becomes a multiposition bookstand, with adjustable page-holders at the base and an extra-bright extendable booklight tucked into the lid's side.
Zelco's focus this show is on its innovative Little Laptop Light, which was adapted from its popular Itty Bitty booklight. This battery-operated light is made of colorful, translucent plastic and clips right onto the laptop to illuminate the keyboard.
The company continues to develop new products, such as a flexible neck flashlight, packaged with batteries; mini booklight merchandised on clipstrips; and decorative table and floor lamps in wrought iron and brass.
Its assortment has included a clip-on battery-operated booklight, a lighted shower head, photo frame greeting cards and many unique, personalized items, such as monogrammes luggage locks.
Bookmarks, booklights, reading glasses, journals, diaries and many other complementary products are not being offered to the consumer in most grocery outlets.