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Kitchen Eyes is a compact magnification device that will help you read the small print on prescription labels, on receipts, in instruction manuals, and much more. You'll be able to quickly attach it to a cabinet, shelf, counter, or wall, and move it in minutes when you need to. If you find yourself struggling to read small print while you're on the go, you can even carry the device, which is white with a built-in light, around with you.
The cost of Kitchen Eyes is $14.99 plus $7.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Kitchen Eyes by paying the extra shipping fee of $7.99 for a total price of $30.97.
Kitchen Eyes makes anything that passes beneath it appear six times larger, so even if you have difficulty seeing some writing at its original size, you likely won't have trouble when using this device. That goes for seeing any other small detail found on any object, too.
When you're not using this magnifier, you can conveniently fold it up to save space, and simply fold it out again when you need to use it.
Each device contains built-in LED lights that will turn on as soon as you fold it open, making the device work as effectively at night as it will during the day. These lights are unlikely to burn out quickly, even if you use your device frequently, since LED lights generally have a longer life than other small, portable lights.
If you have trouble reading the small print found within a recipe book, you may someday add the wrong ingredients to a dish, resulting in a meal that tastes awful. Luckily, if you use Kitchen Eyes, you likely won't need to worry about this, as you'll be able to read recipes one hundred percent accurately.
As with recipes, you don't want to accidentally grab the wrong bottle of pills or take more than your required dose because you can't read your bottle correctly. Kitchen Eyes will also keep you from doing this and therefore, help keep you out of the emergency room.
Some restaurant menus have quite small print, but if you're having difficulty reading the list of dishes, you can pull out this device in order to magnifying the writing.
Regardless of where you use it, this fold-out device will reduce any eye strain that you'd normally experience while trying to read small print or examine other tiny details at the original size. Those individuals who experience less eye strain often have better vision later in life and may be able to avoid wearing glasses full-time for longer than others.
Since the built-in LED lights will turn on as soon as you open your magnifier, you won't have the option of keeping them off. This could be annoying if you're in a place in which you don't want or need any extra illumination, such as a classroom that's already bright with fluorescent light.
Of course, reading glasses will help you read small print, but many people tend to misplace these, or break them by sitting on them. A Kitchen Eyes device is a bit larger and more durable, and because it'll attach to a variety of flat surfaces, it'll be harder to misplace.
You'll have to hold a magnifying glass while you use it, while Kitchen Eyes will stand or hang from something without being held, leaving both your hands free. Plus, not all magnifying glasses provide the level of magnification that this device does, as they sometimes make objects appear only two or three times larger than they are.
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