A Light for Tying...

Discussion in 'Fly Tying' started by FlyGirl2007, Mar 21, 2008.

  1. bfic

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    Get 27 watt not the standard 18 watt. Fred Meyer sells an import 27 watt flouresent that claims it's full spectrum for about $30.00 ish and I've seem them on sale for less - best light I've used.
     
  2. Kim Hampton

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    I've got a good Ott light at home that I really like.
    I'm wondering if anyone is using the Nor-Vise travel light with their Nor-Vise?? Looks like it would be really easy to pack along with the vise on a fishing trip. Just wondering how much the light actually puts out. I almost like tying in the evenings on a fishing trip more than I do at home but I need the light to do it. I've had eyes like a pair binoculars (20/15) to about age 40 or a bit over, now I have to wear the damn reading glasses. Good light really helps. It sucks. I could care less about the bald head and gray hair but not being able to see close up is a pain in the ass.:mad:
     
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