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Thread: Bendable Bright Light

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    Just wanted to ask who has bought the Bendable Bright Light? If you have, do you find it helpful, or not so much?

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    I have an Ott Lite and I love it! Mine is not one of the bendable ones, but I plan on buying one for another machine and will be getting the bendable kind.

    My SIL bought the bendable one and she loves it also.

    The light is like daylight. You can see acurately even on dark fabrics. I sew a lot during the night, so this is great for me!

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    I have a bendable bright light and absolutely love it! Puts the light right where I need it - these 60-something eyes aren't what they used to be. You can point it right on the sewing foot or in front of it, or flex it toward you for ripping. Well worth the price.

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    I have the bendable light you attach to the sewing machine and it is great. I can really see now. It has been wonderful. Cost a little more than the big lights but so worth it. This is the one you attach to the machine with a hook and it's right next to your needle and you can move it around too. Hope this helps.

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    If I needed to get another one, that is the one I would opt for. I have a desk light (Ott-ish) and it is a huge space waster plus the way the arm extends is anywhere but where I need it.

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    I am not that far away from 60 myself and I know what you mean about the eyes not seeing what they once did.

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    I could sure use one! Are they expensive?

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    Quote Originally Posted by granniebj
    I could sure use one! Are they expensive?
    Prices vary -around $27.99 - $49.99 from what I've found. Has anyone seen them for less?

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    Love mine, too.

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    It's good to know that they work real good!

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