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Torches.

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Here's my first torch, definitely older than me, and works perfectly well, on paraffin.

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My next one is this, now converted to run off a led gell battery and fitted with a three watt Cree bulb. It gets charged via a solar panel. Both simple.

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Now this. Modern technology, adjustable beam, an array of settings; high beam, low beam, strobe, and S.O.S flash mode.

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What a pain in the @r$e. :angry:



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Nice job on the LED conversion. Don't you just love all those flashy modes on modern torches. :wacko:

But don't get me started on torches (one of my other hobbies), here's one I made earlier:

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