LightWedge Products for Kindle

lightLast night as I was riding home on the bus after dark, I thought, man it sure would be nice to have a light for my Kindle, especially while reading a book I particularly liked.

LightWedge has a an excellent booklight option called Verso Clip Light.  It enables you to read in low lighting and even in bed while your spouse or roommate is sleeping.  There are white and graphic version available.

Here is a note from LightWedge about their Verso Clip Light:

“We want our e-reader customers to have a positive reading experience. This product is the solution for readers who frequently read in low-lit areas,” says Jamey Bennett CEO of LightWedge LLC. “The e-ink displays used in most e-reader devices are not backlit, like a laptop computer. So, the Verso Clip On Light provides additional lighting and clips right on to e-readers.” The Verso Clip Lights go for around $15″

LightWedge is also featuring Kindle Covers by Verso:

Kindles are so fragile and slippery, so it is literally a necessity to get a case for it.  LightWedge has a great selection of covers including the Verso Gear Case.  These cases provide a variety of pockets and compartments to store Kindle accessories and charger cable.

“It’s no longer just a cover for the device, our unique designs allow individuals to express their sense of style,” said Bennett. (Source: LightWedge) The Verso line of e-reader accessories range in price from $14.99 to $49.99 and will be available at major retailers nationwide, Amazon as well as the company’s website (”

LightWedge is featuring their booklights and Kindle covers for Mother’s Day, which is coming up in a couple of months.  How fitting, because according to LightWedge, the e-readers are a big hit for women.  Both the light and the covers are available for the latest generation Kindle.


3 thoughts on “LightWedge Products for Kindle

  1. Sorry to be a pain, but you probably mean “graphite” and not “graphic”.

    Makes me wonder what a graphic light would be like, though! Very bright? :)

  2. I’ve had the Verso Clip Light for about 6 months now. It is not super bright, but certainly bright enough (for me, anyhow). It is also very adjustable — I clip mine to the upper-left corner of the Kindle 3 and then position the lamp itself a little bit to left of the display. It also packs pretty flat, making it easy to stow with the kindle USB cable inside the side pocket of my Belkin Pleated Sleeve.

    Acquired mine from The Container Store as it was cheaper than Amazon by a few bucks at that time (I’m not sure what the price difference is today). I believe it is powered by two watch batteries: I’m still on my first set, and I’ve used the thing on average every other night since I bought it.

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