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Originally Posted by jangell2 View Post
I noticed the Kandle uses those little flat, batteries. Probably will have to replace more often and sometimes it's a little hard to find those things.

Simply, have you used the e-book lite on a Kindle 3? Does it produce glare?
Yeah, those disc batteries are a pain - I didn't have the Kandle, but I tried two lights with them and they both went back.

I don't have a Kindle 3, but because of the adjustable nature of the ckip, it should work with the thin Kindle no problem.

In terms of glare, the only hotspot I get is along the top edge where the light is brightest. On the Opus and Nook, that is the title bar, so I don't need to read it. I assume the Kindles also have a title bar - I had a Kindle 2 (before I bought this light), and I think it had a title bar, but I don't remember precisely.
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