JML MagniCard Reviews
Product Type: JML gadgets
Description:Brand: JML / Type: Magnifier with light
Newest Review: ... which has solved the problem for me for just £1.99. The store had one of those JML in-store promotion videos playing which ... more
Customer JML MagniCard Reviews (3)
by - written on 21/10/11 (Very useful, 117 readings)
I have to admit that my eyesight is getting slightly worse the older I get - I am OK seeing things at a distance but am finding it increasingly more difficult to read small print these days. I have found myself in slightly embarrassing situations lately at the bank (not being able to complete a paying-in slip) and misreading a price on an item in the supermarket because I had not felt the need to carry my reading glasses around with me. Luckily I found a great product in our local Poundstretcher which has solved the problem for me for just £1.99. The store had one of those JML in-store promotion videos playing which showed the benefits of using this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/10/11 (Very useful, 76 readings)
As some of you already know, at the beginning of this year I had cataract surgery - it was ultimately successful, but my eyesight had deteriorated badly in the run up to my operation and for a few months afterwards I had problems focusing on small fonts while reading. On a day to day basis this wasn't a really noticeable problem, however I realised I needed to correct it after mistakenly taking far too many tablets one day as I had completely misread the pamphlet. I have had this JML Magnicard for a while now but it had had very little use, although since finding it once again I have used it extensively and it has really helped me while my eyes recovered. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/04/11 (Very useful, 212 readings)
As a fan of wallet-dwelling gadgets, the JML MagniCard immediately took my attention when I first saw it online a couple of years ago. The MagniCard is simply a credit card sized magnifying glass featuring a small LED light. Although the Amazon price is listed as £7.29, the device can be picked up on other sites in the region of £3 - £4 if you're prepared to shop around. Design & Appearance - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Made from white plastic, the MagniCard features a large magnification window which is rectangular in shape. Said window is similarly of plastic construction rather than glass, meaning that it is prone to accumulating small ... Read the complete review
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