Lizard Lite is a compact, bendable light that's been designed to provide you with illumination as you keep your hands free to complete tasks or activities both indoors and out. Each light consists of a slim plastic strap that'll rest against the back of your neck and two flexible arms that are purported to be capable of bending in any direction. At the end of each arm is a lightbulb that can offer you a low, medium or high level of white light.
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To get started with your Lizard Lite, wrap it around your neck as if it's a horseshoe (you'll notice that it has the same shape). If the activity you plan on doing will make it unsafe for you to have something wrapped around your neck, you'll also have the option of placing the light on a flat surface.
Next, turn on each arm's lightbulb by pressing the appropriate buttons at the end of each arm. To increase the brightness level, press these buttons up to five times more, as you'll be able to cycle through six different levels. Simply keep pressing the buttons to cycle through the same choices again. In order to change the color temperature, press the appropriate button located further back on the light's left arm. As for this setting, you'll be able to choose low, warm light, medium white light, or super-bright white light.
Once you've selected the brightness level and color temperature that best suit you and the activity you'll be doing, it'll be time to adjust the light's arms. They'll bend and flex downward, upward, or to either side at virtually any angle, so the possibilities will be almost endless. If you get started with a particular activity and you find that the arm angles you've chosen aren't suitable, you can always adjust them again later, too.
With your light's arms fully adjusted to the angles you desire, you'll be able to proceed with any activity you need illumination for, such as reading, performing a home repair, or walking outside. When you're finished using your light, be sure to hold down the buttons at the end of each arm to turn it off and thereby conserve its battery power.
At about the same size as a plastic horseshoe that you'd use for an outdoor throwing game, the Lizard Lite is an extremely compact source of illumination. As a result, it won't take up a lot of space in your home, in your vehicle, or in a suitcase if you want to take it with you on a trip. Furthermore, when you have it around your neck, it won't feel like a bulky object that's weighing you down. In fact, it's so lightweight that you may barely notice you have it on.
The material of this gray and neon green light has been selected with a wearer's comfort in mind. Therefore, when this light is hanging around your neck and resting against your skin, it shouldn't irritate the skin in any way, even if you have to wear it for hours. If you've worn a headlamp before and experienced the strap rubbing against your forehead, you may find this light to be a better alternative.
Unlike a standard flashlight, the Lizard Lite has been engineered so that anyone who's using it can keep both hands free at the same time. This may come in especially handy if you need to perform car repairs or home repairs, or even type, text, or hold onto a book while you're wearing this portable light. If you're wearing this light while you're walking your dog, you'll also be able to grab onto the dog's leash with both hands, if that ever becomes necessary.
This light is battery-operated, which means you'll never have to plug it into electricity in order to make use of it. That means you'll be able to use it almost anywhere, as long as the battery inside is functioning properly. Since the inner battery is rechargeable, you'll be able to use the included cable to recharge it whenever you need to, instead of obtaining replacement batteries.
If you like to read books or magazines in bed, you may have made use of compact clip-on lamps in the past, by attaching one of these to the covers. However, these can often slip around or fall over completely, which may make it hard for you to see the entire page you're reading. On the other hand, if you wrap a Lizard Lite around your neck just before you start a reading session, it'll likely stay securely in place. Plus, its two bulbs will offer you more illumination than a single clip-on bulb typically would.
Turning on a bright lamp in a dim room in order to see can disturb others who are trying to sleep or just relax, but the Lizard Lite will be unlikely to disturb anyone. You can tilt the arms so that they shine their light directly at whatever object you want to see, instead of an entire room or area. Moreover, you may also find the light's low, warm color temperature setting adequate, which means that you won't have to add bright white light to a particular room at all.
Those people who find it a pain to wear a headlamp or carry a flashlight while spending time outdoors at night can make use of the Lizard Lite, instead of going without any illumination whatsoever. With this type of light around your neck, you'll automatically be safer, as you'll be able to more clearly see any potential obstacles in your path ahead and in your surrounding environment. Consequently, you'll be less likely to injure yourself or experience any other forms of danger, such as exposure to a predatory animal.
While wearing this type of light while you're still awake in bed is a great idea, especially if you want to read or study, you should take it off before you go to sleep. Otherwise, if you were to move your head around while sleeping, it could maneuver itself into a potentially dangerous person and end up choking you. With that in mind, if any children under your care choose to use this light, you should make sure that they're not wearing it as they go to sleep.
The lightbulbs at each end of a Lizard Lite aren't LED bulbs, which are commonly known as the longest-lasting type of small bulb out there. LED bulbs will last for up to 100,000 hours, but the bulbs in this light probably won't last you as long before they burn out.
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