Put Brilliant Light Where It’s Most Needed

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No More Struggling to See What’s Under the Needle!

If you’re like us, you may find yourself wishing you had a bit more light right at the machine’s needle. This seems to be true with both new and older machines.

Fortunately, there’s a great little light that’s perfect for the job. The ViviLux is tiny but gives off a powerful beam of LED light.

Put Brilliant Light Where It's Most Needed

The light is at the end of a very flexible arm, which means you can position it just how you want it. It’s also battery operated so there are no cords to deal with while sewing. It takes about three hours to charge but the charge lasts for up to fourteen hours. So, sew all day and plug it in overnight.

There are a lot of other great features in this little light. Sue OVery does a nice job of demonstrating them all in the following video.

Click here to watch the video at YouTube if it doesn’t play on your device.

There are two models to choose from. One attaches to the machine with a magnet. The second attaches with Velcro. Choose whichever one work best with your machine. Keep in mind that additional strips cut from Velcro can be applied to other machines so you can move the light between them.

Click here to purchase the “ViviLux Super Bright Flexible Craft Light with Velcro here.

Click here to purchase the “ViviLux Super Bright Flexible Craft Light with Magnet here.

 

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