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Necklight — good light for closeups on coins, banknotes and stamps


Carson’s unique, patented neck light will allow you to keep both hands free when working on your craft or hobby. This hands-free device can be used as a neck reading light a light for hiking and camping, a light for mechanics, and a light for crafters. The dual light design will give you extra illumination. Each light has its own button and can be controlled individually. With 70 Lumens combined, it has both high and low settings for multiple light preferences. Its gooseneck light can be bent to fit your neck comfortably or used at any angle you need. Use hands-free by wrapping around any object. Takes 3 AAA batteries. (Batteries not included)

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•Dual reading light with two LED lights for maximum brightness. Can be wrapped around objects such as an armchair or bed post for hands-free use.
•Hands-free light is great for reading, inspecting, crafting, and everyday use.
•Adjustable gooseneck light is comfortable and covers any angle you need.
•Neck light has two large buttons to control individual brightness. Two light modes, low and high for different light preferences.

Additional information

Weight 0.10 kg
Dimensions 21 × 20 × 3 cm
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