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Old Monday 11th December 2017, 19:35   #12
peter.jones
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Originally Posted by Farnboro John View Post
Or you could try one of the new LED torches. My current one is a Fenix TK32 2016 edition which has a four-step white light that throws over 400 yards plus a red and a green LED both of which have two settings - all in the same torch using rechargeable 18650 batteries one of which seems enough for an evening's spotlighting.

As the red and green are not achieved with filters there is no attenuation and they work very well over thirty-forty yards.

Cost is well within Jurek's recommended budget, even with a few spare batteries.

Available on line, bought my torch and batteries separately.

John
I have one of these, it is pretty good. I can hold the torch and bins together, with the beam in the binocular view for some pretty good night watching.
An Otter on the River Test, the highlight so far.. the torch was so strong, and the water so clear, I could see it underwater.. magic!
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