See small things better
Getting old is rough, but it beats the heck out of the alternative.
Still, as tempting as it is to resign yourself to the bleak inevitability of slowly falling apart over the course of a few decades, we’ve found that it’s way better to do what you can to make things a little easier on yourself.
If you want one of those grabby claw things to snag the TV remote when it falls, get one. If it’d make life easier to transition into a steady wardrobe routine of Hawaiian shirts and white sneakers, go for it.
And if reading tiny print would be easier through a well-lit handheld magnifier, then isn’t $12 a small price to pay for a couple to keep on hand?
Plus for some of us, crappy eyesight is an ageless gift that began in middle school. We too can get a little help reading fine print or checking food labels or figuring out which hamster is Sheila and which is Mr. Cheeks.
Squinting also helps.
But even if your squint game is strong and well-honed, it’s amazing how helpful one of these can be.
The magnification is great. The super bright light is great. Together, they’re basically a middle-aged super power.
Batteries are included, because making you fiddle with batteries before your light is working would be kind of sadistic.
So quit holding things up awkwardly high underneath that one exceptionally bright light bulb in the house. Today’s deal is here for you.