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e reading in the dark


Picklefactory
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I know there a number of avid e-reader users here, so looking to see if any of you have one that can be read in the dark, and if so, how good are they?

I know Kindle do the Paperwhite, but are there any more that you would recommend?

I'm looking towards the lower end of the budget for a gift, but the recipient is an avid reader, but I know they would like the option to be able to read in bed without the room light as well as in daylight.

Any thoughts folks?

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Ask, and technology will provide. This is what you want

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Picklefactory

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Looks good, thanks.

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Woolwell

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My wife uses a Kindle with Belkin clip on light.

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HondaMan

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Mine uses a Kindle with a Kindle wallet with a light built in powered from the Kindle

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woodchip

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Reading in the Dark is not good for your Eyes, not with lit up Screens, Its a bit like smoking, though it may not kill its not good for the eyes

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Picklefactory

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Thanks all. A few more options there. Much appreciated feed back.

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