Verso Clip-On Reading Light for Kindle, E-Readers, and Books Review

It’s not surprising that the Verso Clip-On Reading Light is Amazon’s top match for “Kindle Light”. The Verso Clip-On is simple and effective. While the Verso Clip-On is marketed as a Kindle light because of it’s specially designed clip, it works just as well on other E-Readers, books, and documents.

The Verso Clip-On has a four inch flexible neck which is stiff and yet extremely bendable/flexible. You can adjust it to the perfect location to eliminate reflection and glare. There’s one round button on the light’s head that toggles the bright white LED on and off. The Clip-On uses a set of CR2032 batteries that come pre-loaded. Verso even packages the light with an extra set of batteries.

Clip-On’s clip was specially designed for the curvature of a Kindle. The width and depth is also designed to keep the clip from interfering with Kindle’s screen. Regardless of the special design, it’s still a regular clip so it works with cases and other devices (or objects). The area of light is well distributed and delivers a natural looking light with minimal glare.

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Verso’s Clip-On has been working great for us. It doesn’t eat up our Kindle’s battery (because it has its own), it works with our Kindle case, it’s lightweight and folds up, and it just works well. It’s only $19.99 on Amazon and is available in graphite, red, turquoise, or white.

The Good: Good Light, Adjustable, Multi-Purpose, Comes with Backup Batteries, Lightweight, Clip Designed for Kindle, Works with Cases

The Bad: Button Can be Accidentally Pushed when Stored