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Personal Light for Caregiving

Beam n Read ® Hands-Free Lights

Baby Light | Child Care Light | Caregiver Light | Nurses Light


Other Uses: | Every Day | Needlework, Crafts | Reading, Writing | Travel, Camping | Power Outage | Seniors, Special Needs | Relaxation with Filtered Light |


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For Changing Diapers, Tooth Fairy Detail, Checking on or Assisting Children or Adults

Beam n Read Hands-Free Lights are used by parents, nurses, and caregivers of infants to seniors. It's the only personal light with snap-on blue light blocking relaxation filters so the light won't disturb or stimulate the child or adult you're assisting.

Key Features: hands-free; use anywhere; versatility; relaxation filters

Worn around the neck, a Beam n Read light provides hands-free light anywhere children, adults, and patients are. As baby gear, a Beam n Read is great for changing diapers in the middle of the night at home or when traveling. No need to turn room lights on disturbing the baby or a sibling sleeping in the same room. Nurses can check on sleeping patients or medical items such as IV bags without needing to disturb them (or roommates) by turning on room lights.

The broad base also enables the Beam n Read to lie stable on a bed when light is needed from below instead of above such as when checking if a diaper change is needed or while cleaning the child. Or aim away from the child to bounce the light off the wall for a soft glow that lets you see but doesn't disturb the sleeping ones.

The snap-on red relaxation filter is especially useful when checking on young and not so young sleeping children and adults. The softer red light reduces the chance of waking them while helping maintain night vision when turning the light off in a dark room. This is also very helpful when on tooth fairy detail.

Perfect for bedtime reading with the lights out. Read to young children with the filters so they won't be stimulated by blue light while you read. Older children can read to themselves and simply flip the light off without needing to get out of bed to turn a room light off. Also, they can read without disturbing a younger sibling sharing the same room.

For a sick or injured child or adult, a Beam n Read gives them easy access to light without needing to call someone to turn room lights on or off. When sitting next to a family member in the hospital or at home in bed, it allows you to stitch or read without disturbing them while they sleep.

Beam n Read Lights are very versatile and can be used anywhere for a wide range of other uses including: Every Day Tasks, Needlework & Crafts, Reading & Writing, Travel & Camping, during Power Outages, and for Seniors & Special Needs.

With a unique combination of features, accessories, versatility, and battery runtime, our patented lights are unmatched by other portable, personal lights. Accessories include clip-on filters for more relaxing light, a USB Power Kit, and clip-on magnifier lenses. Included accessories vary by model.

Recommended: BNR LED 3F, BNR LED 6-3F


Buy Beam n Read Lights at
specialty stores, Amazon.com, and here on Readinglight.com
ASF Lightware Solutions encourages you to support local & specialty stores

(Outside USA? Readinglight.com and Amazon.com ship internationally)


Product Reviews

| Every Day | Needlework, Crafts | Reading, Writing | Travel, Camping | Power Outage | Seniors, Special Needs | Relaxation with Filtered Light |

Baby Light | Childcare Light | Caregiver Light | Beam n Read LED Hands-Free Light


Buy Beam n Read Lights and other ASF products at
specialty stores, Amazon.com, and here on Readinglight.com
ASF Lightware Solutions encourages you to support local & specialty stores
If you are unable to find what you need, give us a call toll-free at 1-800-771-3600

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