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Read in a Dark Quiet Place Comfortably With This Really Tiny Device

The MoMA Booklight is Portable and

* Lightweight and portable
* Attaches to any book, newspaper or magazine
* Perfect for travel

The Really Tiny Booklight by MoMA is just that—a really small yet sturdy booklight. If you are an avid book, newspaper or magazine reader or just want to be inconspicuous while you do it, this small feat of engineering will be an immense help to you.

Coming in at 7 inches tall and just under 1 ounce, this booklight is lightweight and easily portable. Clip this onto any hardback or paperback book, menus, newspapers, magazines and more. Created for easy reading, the tiny light rotates 90 degrees to provide the perfect angled beam for all your preferred reading material.

Made of durable plastic coating with rubber paint, the light also includes three LED bulbs and three button-cell batteries. This light would make a perfect addition to any trend conscious book and gift giver and will allow you to read in bed at night without disturbing your significant other. In addition to reading, this light is perfect for traveling as well and could be useful for navigating dark or unfamiliar hotel rooms

New York’s Museum of Modern Art is known for its extraordinary exhibitions and for presenting the world’s finest collection of modern and contemporary art. In 1932, MoMA was the first art museum to establish a curatorial department dedicated to Architecture & Design and by mid-century, it was playing a leading role in defining and promoting the values of “Good Design.” As an extension of the Museum’s educational mission, the MoMA Design Store exemplifies good design with a well-curated selection of products highlighting the latest in materials, production and design concepts from around the world.

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