Beam N Read: Product Review and Giveaway


Beam N Read Hands Free Light

In issue 6 of Knit Edge magazine, the Beam N Read Hands Free Light is recommended in The Right Tools for the Craftivism Job (pages 58 – 59) as a way to have a focused beam of light directly on your work. Beam N Read is giving away one of these lights, and you can enter by leaving a comment below letting us know where you’d use a hands free reading light. This giveaway is open from August 13 – 18, 2014, for US residents.

This giveaway is now closed. 

15 thoughts on “Beam N Read: Product Review and Giveaway

  1. Kelli says:

    on the couch!

  2. Rachel Peterson says:

    I would use this while riding in the car, on a bus, on a train and wherever I’m needing to sit and work on something while someone else does the driving.

  3. Kathy Way says:

    I would use it while sitting and knitting/crocheting in my living room where the lighting is not optimal for close work.

  4. Beth says:

    Would be great in the car or when crocheting with dark colors.

  5. Michele C says:

    I would use this anytime I need more lighting on a project, like waiting for fireworks when it isn’t dark enough for the show to start but not light enough to see my work.

  6. Sydney says:

    The Beam N Read would be an essential tool when I’m knitting crocheting or cross stitching at night.

  7. Jennifer says:

    I think this would be invaluable when doing close work at home, and would also love to use it when traveling at night. I imagine it would be great on a plane too!

  8. Donna says:

    I would use this in the car while waiting for the countless after school athletics my sons are involved in!

  9. KimW says:

    Well, don’t tell my husband but I love to sneak in a few more rows after he falls asleep, so a hands-free knitting/reading light would be perfect!

  10. Amy C says:

    In the car while knitting at night.

  11. MJ says:

    As I get older, I need better light to work. This seems like it would “shed some light” on the subject at a closer range, making it easier to see than a regular lamp.

  12. Helen King says:

    I could definitely use this in multiple areas, while knitting or crocheting, while reading, doing other crafts that I love to do and the list goes on…

  13. Karyn says:

    I would use this light every evening while knitting in front of the TV…my hubby doesn’t like the glare of a lamp. I would also use it while knitting in the car.

  14. Julie Chinitz says:

    Awesome gadget! I would use it on car rides in the dark, the movie theater, and mostly on the couch where the light is less than ideal. Thanks for the giveaway!

  15. Maureen says:

    I would use it in my bedroom where the lighting is horrible especially when knitting with dark colors.

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