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Zelco Itty Bitty Book Light Replacement Bulbs, Set of 2

Description Designed by Zelco, these two little bulbs keep your Itty Bitty book light going strong. With the same cool, no-glare shine of the bulb that came with your lamp, the bulbs are optical quality and cast a shadowless glow. Packaged in twos, they are compatible with the original Itty Bitty or the paperback version. On either model, changing the bulb is easy and quick, so you can get...

MST3K - The Final Sacrifice Quick View 1

My favorite MST3K eps broken down into only the best riffs. This is Pt 1 of The Final Sacrifice. Here we find out that our limp-wristed hero Troy has a decea...

Nickle Nickle says:
Looking for a good book light that attaches to the top of your book and where to purchase?
One with a really bright light.
Clare says:
I have the one called the "itty bitty book light". I ordered it a long time ago from Barns & Noble, because I couldn't find one locally. It still works great:...

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