*HOT* 90% Off Nexxtech Lighted Pocket Magnifier - Only 96¢ @ The Source

1 September 2015

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I just die of happiness every time I bring you one of these fun deals! Right now, The Source Canada has discounted the Nexxtech Lighted Pocket Magnifier from $9.99 down to just 96¢! The Source Canada only offers free shipping on $25 or more, but you can get this little device shipped to store for free.

I am not sure how many times in the last week I have mentioned stocking stuffers, but I am going to mention it again! These little pocket magnifiers that light up would make excellent stocking stuffers. While you do not get to choose the colour you want, you will end up with black, blue, or red. If you order more than one, then there is a good chance you will get a colour that you want.

This Nexxtech Lighted Pocket Magnifier provides 3x magnification with a bright LED light for easier reading in dim conditions or at night. You simply need to open the magnifier to active the LED light. When you slide the magnifier closed, the light will turn off. The unit is slim, compact, and will slip into your back pocket. I think this would be a handy little tool to have in your purse or your back pack.

The magnifier requires two AG13 batteries, which are included with your magnifier. Again, batteries usually cost over $1 these days so the price of the magnifier with batteries is less than the value of the batteries inside!

Given that this magnifier is 90% off... I have no idea why you wouldn't pick up a few. You could even use one in your car's emergency kit, give one to your grandma, or keep one in your tool box for when you have to go read some fine print in the breaker box when the lights go out. One reviewer said:

what a great product for aging eyes. Small and compact to carry around and I have even let a salesperson borrow it when trying to read a barcode.  A case to prevent scratches would have been great but for this price I wont complain

Pretty great tool for a pretty great price!

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TOPICS:   Computers

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