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Thread: OttLite LED @ Joann's

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    Senior Member lvaughan's Avatar
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    Has anyone got this light? I can't find if it is battery operated or plug. I like the idea of the design but the price almost tells me that it may not be all I want it to be.

    http://www.joann.com/joann/catalog/p...zprd_10798767a

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    No,but I like it

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    "Portable" says battery-operated to me. What it doesn't say is the wattage - and that's the most important.

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    I think its battery operated too. It doesn't show a cord in the picture so that right there tells me batteries plus it says its portable.

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    Really cool. But I fear I would burn through the batteries quickly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lvaughan
    Has anyone got this light? I can't find if it is battery operated or plug. I like the idea of the design but the price almost tells me that it may not be all I want it to be.

    http://www.joann.com/joann/catalog/p...zprd_10798767a
    i just bought one yesterday after a quilt demo from our guild. i will look on the box - hehe!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ragqueen03
    Quote Originally Posted by lvaughan
    Has anyone got this light? I can't find if it is battery operated or plug. I like the idea of the design but the price almost tells me that it may not be all I want it to be.

    http://www.joann.com/joann/catalog/p...zprd_10798767a
    i just bought one yesterday after a quilt demo from our guild. i will look on the box - hehe!
    opened the box - it takes three AAA batteries! I will ask the woman who demonstrated fm on her domestic if it goes through a lot of batteries.

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    Senior Member ragqueen03's Avatar
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    the instructions say three batteries will last approximately ten hours. don't see the wattage yet but i am looking!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ragqueen03
    the instructions say three batteries will last approximately ten hours. don't see the wattage yet but i am looking!
    Thank you for the info! I would burn through three batteries each sewing session. I would like one that can be plugged. It looks like a neat design.

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    Senior Member ragqueen03's Avatar
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    the woman who recommended getting it has done amazing fm quilting on her domestic machine!!! She is amazing to watch. She demonstrated how you dont need a long arm to get the fancy stitches. Her quilts have won first prizes in many shows.

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