Kandle II Giveaway

Kandle by Ozeri II the reading light has now 3 Ultra-bright LEDs
The switch has improved two levels: soft and extremely bright light for the perfect lighting Display.
Ideal for distributing continuous light without causing dazzling glare or visual fatigue.
Double pivoting arms make it easy to position and adjust, for individualised backlighting.
The interior of the WideLip handle protect your e-book Reader effectively against scratches.
Attach, even on the eBook Reader with Lederhülle. Kemmgriff is 18 mm width
Suitable for Books, or as a book with backlight for laptops.


If you would like to win this all you have to do is enter the rafflecopter below. Good luck!



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105 Responses to Kandle II Giveaway

  1. EMMA WALTERS says:

    i read a book called turf which was a gangland thriller 🙂

  2. Tracy Nixon says:

    Midwinter Break by Bernard MacLaverty – I’d recommend!

  3. Hali Kinson says:

    50 shades of grey!

  4. Chloe Megan C. says:

    Show Stopper by Hayley Barker, I love it!

  5. Anthony Harrington says:

    Jamaica Inn – Daphne Du Maurier

  6. ashleigh allan says:

    Cathy glass’ latest book

  7. The Essex Serpent – beautifully written and so atmospheric

  8. Solange says:

    Fragments of the Lost by Megan Miranda.

  9. Kayleigh Watkins says:

    Does David Walliams the world’s worst children with my children count, if not I’ve been reading The extinction trials by S.M Wilson xx

  10. Karen Barrett says:

    Tripwire by Lee Child

  11. rebecca smith says:


  12. Tracey Peach says:

    A Christmas in Cornwall

  13. Tony Metcalfe says:

    A Clear Blue Sky by Jonny Bairstow.

  14. iain maciver says:

    Stephen king

  15. clair downham says:

    you will know me megan abbott

  16. Cat Williams says:

    The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying – Marie Kondo

  17. clara says:

    The name of the wind

  18. Carole Nott says:

    Hazel Soan’s The Essence of Watercolour

  19. Elizabeth Bazley says:

    Night School by Lee Child

  20. laura stewart says:

    Stephen king Carrie

  21. Ana Andrei says:

    Big expectations Charles Dickens

  22. Annabel Greaves says:

    The Missing by CL Taylor

  23. KATHY D says:

    The Kitchen Maid by Val Wood – good read

  24. Alice Dixon says:

    Home Fire by Kamila Shamsie, a fantastic read

  25. ElizM says:

    Science of Mind by Ernest Holmes

  26. T Brailey says:

    Fifty Shades of Grey – not sure if I should apologise 🙁

  27. laura banks says:

    sail by james patterson

  28. Kirsten says:

    Eee! I love reading, this would be a fabulous prize to win! Thank you for the opportunity xx

  29. Kevin Honey says:

    Das Boot

  30. Jolanta K. says:

    The Litigators by John Grisham

  31. Sheena Batey says:

    Under a pole star by Stef Penney

  32. Liam Bishop says:

    A Ken Follett one called A Place Called Freedom – I love his books!

  33. Rachel says:

    Cornflakes for Dinner by Aidan Comerford. Great read!

  34. Emilia Nastaly-Howard says:

    Stephen’s King Rose Madder 🙂

  35. David Woollin says:

    Fool’s Quest by Robin Hobb

  36. Isabel O says:

    It was Fire & Fury, the new book that Donald Trump is so mad about!

  37. Andrea Upton says:

    White Bodies by Jane Robins


    It started with a tweet by Anna Bell

    New author for me !
    Great read !

    Can Daisy survive without her phone…..
    Have a read and see x

  39. Kate Kathurima says:

    Dirty Talker (wish I could say a deeper on but love any book so always reading random stories)

  40. Classic Call of the Wild by Jack London

  41. Karen Whittaker says:

    Christmas at the Little Knitting Box

  42. Keith Hunt says:

    Cunard Line: A Fleet History

  43. Fiona Johnstone says:

    Make Me by Lee Child

  44. Amanda Tanner says:

    Sharon osbournes biography

  45. Jade Hewlett says:

    The last book i read was Flawed

  46. Clare Hubbard says:

    A tale of two cities

  47. lorraine kirk says:

    I’m currently in the middle of reading A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles

  48. JULIE WARD says:

    Blood brothers by Josephine Cox

  49. Lynn Neal says:

    The Miniaturist

  50. cheryl hadfield says:

    call the midwife

  51. Sarah Austin says:

    A James Patterson one!

  52. Adam Irwin says:

    would love to win this

  53. AnnaS says:

    Blood Brothers.xxx

  54. Victoria Langley says:

    50 shades freed

  55. Naomi Sarah Buchan says:

    Dr Sleep by Stephen King, currently on The Secret of Crickly Hall by James Herbert

  56. Melissa Lee says:

    I read Scarpetta by Patricia Cornwell

  57. Sarah Carter says:

    The last book I read was Bad Sisters by Rebecca Chance x

  58. Victoria Thurgood says:

    The magic

  59. Karrie says:

    Harry Potter series..i read them once a year

  60. David Banner says:

    The box of delights

  61. Tim Cooper says:

    Last thing I read was the Broken Earth trilogy by N. K. Jemisin. Highly recommended.

  62. Joanna Ford says:

    The Missing

  63. sheri Darby says:

    I Not Now, When by Primo Levi

  64. Allan Fullarton says:

    Tripwire by Lee Child

  65. Tiff Jordan says:

    The Lie Tree- brilliant and highly recommended

  66. Allan Wilson says:

    Slaughter at the polls – a meadowside crime novel.

  67. Caroline Signey says:

    Dead to me by Lesley Pearse

  68. greig alan james spencer says:

    Show Stopper by Hayley Barker

  69. Rachell Lynch says:

    Origin by dan brown

  70. Caroline Blaza says:

    I have just finishing reading Darker. But don’t tell anyone!

  71. Rebecca Howells (@Regrash7) says:

    Bridget Jones’ Baby

  72. donna l jones says:

    One Thousand Gifts : A Dare to Live Fully Right Where You Are

  73. alice lightning says:

    i was reading about myths and legends of norfolk

  74. Stevie says:

    I’m still reading One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest by Ken Kesey.

  75. Julia Mason says:

    The colour of magic – Sir Terry Pratchett

  76. james wright says:

    lord of the ring

  77. Cath Joyce says:

    The Magician’s Nephew by CS Lewis

  78. LOUISE HEATON says:

    Any short stories by the fabulous Mary Danby – They featured in The Armada Ghost Book Collection….I must get mine out of the loft!

  79. Jo McPherson says:

    The Bronze Horseman

  80. adrian price says:


  81. Gwen Biviano says:

    The Girl on the Train – Paula Hawkins

  82. EJ Dunn says:

    The last book I read was ‘Never Suck A Dead Man’s Hand: And Other Life (and Death) Lessons from the Front Lines of Forensics’ by Dana Kollmann.

    I’m currently reading ‘Bird Box’ by Josh Malerman.

  83. Victoria B says:

    Islander by Patrick Barkham

  84. George Pow says:

    Peter James. Need You Dead.

  85. Sharon Burroughs says:

    Martina Cole Betrayal

  86. Wendy Guy says:

    The girl on the train by Paula Hawkins

  87. zoe brown says:

    christmas carol

  88. sandy ralph says:

    the last book i read , well im still reading it really is Christmas Wishes by Kate Flynn

  89. michelle speight says:

    mary poppins got the 6 in 1 book by p.l. travers

  90. Colin Gault says:

    Along came a spider

  91. Adrian Bold says:

    The last book I read was Camino Island by John Grisham

  92. jacqui rushton says:

    Stasiland by Anna Funder

  93. carol boffey says:

    Stephen kings the shining

  94. Elaine Hollis says:

    The Elephant Whisperer

  95. The Perfect Girlfriend by Karen Hamilton- gripping, makes you look over your shoulder

  96. sharon martin says:

    Custard Tarts and Broken Hearts by Mary Gibson

  97. Rachel White says:

    The last book 8 actually read was the breeding cycle of the basset hound

  98. Pam Francis Gregory says:

    Game of Thrones by George R R Martin

  99. Catherine Barton says:

    Fluke, James Herbert…….

  100. Andrea Lloyd says:

    Harry Potter books

  101. Gayatri Gogoi says:

    oathbringer by brandon sanderson

  102. Michelle Stewart says:

    No Middle Name by Lee Child

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