Neck Light Deluxe
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New and improved version with longer battery life.
This Neck Light Deluxe is the perfect light for those who would like to knit and crochet in good lighting. The neck light is worn around your neck so your hands are free to knit, read etc.
The two ends of the light have LED bulbs that may be lit simultaneously or individually. The two bulbs can be moved around and customized independently, so you may shed light on several elements at a time e.g. knitwear as well as pattern.
The neck light is available in two sizes: 60 cm and 73 cm. If you prefer to knit/crochet close to your chin, choose the small one of 60 cm. If you prefer to work further away from your face, choose the large one of 73 cm.
Please follow our instructions on where to insert the batteries (see picture).
Lumen: 20-25 lm
Kelvin: between 6500-7500 kelvin
I have been using this everyday since it arrived, in particularly to finish a large blanket that i made with darker brown yarn and is hard for me to see the stitches so I can weave in the over 1200 tails that I need to weave in at the color changes so I have been using the neck light and is awesome I can see each and every stitch the only gripe I have is that I cannot really tell there is a difference in the two brightness settings they seem the same to me I would like for the brightest to be just a bit brighter. But i absolutely love the light and it is actually comfortable to wear no neck strain and I wore it for over eight hours the other day with no neck fatigue even though it feels quite weighty when just handling it so I thought there would be a concern I was totally off base. Best purchase so far this season for my crochet business.
I have been using this neck light for a couple of months now and it's great! It is comfortable on my neck, gives off significant light so that I can see even dark yarn stitches, and you can adjust where the light is pointing and it stays put. Both sides operate independently of one another and I usually only use one side turned on because that is sufficient for me. This replaced another neck light and it's so much better!
I purchased the longer size, but think I would have been better off with the shorter size. If you hold your crochet/knitting under your waist or lower stomach area then the longer size works, however I learned that I usually hold at my chest area where the shorter size illuminates. However, with being able to position the lights, the longer size still works well for me.
The 60 cm neck light is plenty long for crocheting, embroidery and fine jewelry work. It also works well as a work light when I need to see the electrical panel in the basement. You can easily change the light levels with a click because each side has its own individual control button. The lights are very bright so you don’t want to accidentally shine them on anyone. It’s perfect for getting a better view on dark patterns and for increasing overall light levels. I live in an area that has lots of dark and overcast weather and this has been a big improvement. Well made and solid. I wish I would have known about these years ago. I highly recommend this product.
I LOVE this light! I've finally found the solution for adjustable, hands-free illumination. I use this light almost every day, for everything from handwork to taking the dog for an evening walk. I've had headlamps for years but if you tighten them enough to not slide with every movement, they are uncomfortable on your forehead. I tried a pair of glasses with magnifying lenses and LED lights, but they're so heavy they put too much pressure on the bridge of my nose and give me a headache. This light is the perfect solution. I particularly like the way you can angle each light independently -- really increases your field of vision.
I just got this yesterday and wow does it ever give off the light. With the two strengths of illumination, I shouldn't have any trouble trying to see the stitches on a navy blue popcorn stitch unicorn afghan that I am making for a friend's granddaughter's birthday after my rotator cuff rehab is completed. The neck part is much sturdier with the metal and I'm looking forward to using it for a number of years. I have another one that shows two contrasts of light but is forever "eating" batteries. So I sincerely hope this one outlasts that one. It feels sturdier as well. Thanks for a great product.