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Thread: Great idea for a cheap flex light, Walmart

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    TEXASQUILTS's Avatar
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    I wanted to share with everyone. I've been looking at the new flex light
    shown in all the quilt magazines. But the price was blowing me away
    $49. Well I thinking this is not a new idea and I've seen something like
    it before. In walmart today looking for new quilt magazines. And guess
    what I find and only $9. Here it is in action.
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    Cool, does it work good for you? And what department did you find it in?

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    Oh, that looks so neat. Not sure what I could clip it on though on my machine....but for that price, I bet I figure it out.... :roll:

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewjoyce
    Oh, that looks so neat. Not sure what I could clip it on though on my machine....but for that price, I bet I figure it out.... :roll:

    Same here. Not sure how I could either.

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    That really looks cool. Does it run on batteries.

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    What kind of batteries does it use?

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    Great Idea!!! I'm thinking I could clip it on my pull up handle. Thats perfect! Thanks!

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    That's a good idea. I use reading lights a lot for reading. 8) Be sure and have a few spare batteries for it. The light goes dim fast in these. Most use the watch type batteries.

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    LED lights are bright- don't look at it! I have a small pocket flashlight that works fantastic!

    Next trip to Wally World, I'll check this out!

    Barb

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    I found them in the book dept with magazines etc.

    If you don't have a place to clip it, its flat on the back I would think you
    could use some kind of sticky foam. I'd look in the picture hanging
    hardware dept or maybe velco...

    Texasquilts,

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