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Watch What You're Reading is a scale
of a security watch tower, complete with
lights and miniature guards.
You direct its main search light onto your
book or magazine and relax. If you
location, it senses the movement, tracks
position, and follows you. If you switch
unto random, the search light moves
the room looking for signs of movement
which to concentrate its powerful beam.
Magnify the atmosphere of that cold war
novel by switching on the swirling cold
fog option, and enjoy the added effect of
the beam slicing through it, to illuminate
stories of spies being exchanged on
bleak border crossings.
||Good for reading The Great Escape.
||As a reading light, sounds cool, if not exactly something that would fit into every decor ... but in random mode, as a confuse-a-cat or prowler-annoyer
its just wonderful !
How does it stay locked onto the book ?
||//How does it stay locked onto the book ?
// same way as a tank gun locks unto a
target, only in miniature.