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With the new LED's, it seems that there should be an awesome, small, light weight book light. I didn't find anything in the archives. And the top Amazon reviewed light uses 3 AAA batteries. That's not terribly light or small. Anyone got anything great?

asked Dec 02 '12 at 17:35

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I went shopping and am still not satisfied. There are lots of models to choose from. Everything from a tiny watch battery (downside: hard to replace) to 3 AAA's. Three AAA's seems heavier than need be. Still curious if there is one that shines better than the rest at a light weight.

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answered Jan 26 '13 at 10:23

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i got from ebay great led light , search the terms "light bulbs led" on ebay and im sure you will find great stuff there!!

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answered Dec 09 '12 at 08:29

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I preferred the AAA versions myself - longer life than a coin battery, and fewer hassles replacing them (with rechargeable Eneloops, of course).

That's until I got a Kindle Paperwhite. Kills the whole need for external light and, when next to Honeypie, no noisy page-flipping either.

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answered Dec 04 '12 at 08:12

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