Price: $10 + $6.99 S&P. BOGO (Buy One, Get One) - $6.99 S&P.
In product reviewing, nothing is more relieving than to find a simple product that solves a common problem and is simple to buy. That's online gold. With Hug Light, we've struck it. So, we think.
According to MyHugLight.com, the Hug Light claims the following features:
- Each Hug Light tip has 2 super-bright LEDs, one focused beam and one wide beam, so it’s right for any job
- The foam-covered steel alloy arms are strong enough to hold the beam steady, yet flexible enough to point the light precisely where you need it
- They’re so flexible, you can even coil the Hug Light like a snake and stand it up
- Guys love it for home repairs and other jobs around the house
- Ladies love it for knitting or craft projects
The online reviews for the Hug Light seem to be one big hug-a-thon. We didn't find any order complaints in the typical complaint sites. Nor did we find any issues with backorders or anything of the sort.
Product performance , to quote ESPN's Stuart Scott, was also as, "cool as the other side of the pillow."
Even CrunchGear.com gave the Hug Light a favorable review.
Our favorite tidbit if content we discovered while researching the product came from none other than The Sharper Image, who seemed to have brought it into their fold at one point in time. Check out the video to the left to check out their take on the Hug Light.
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