eye sight help

Suggest or recommend suitable tools for use in constructing your model railway.
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neil 60
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Can anyone help I'm a type one diabetic so my eye sight is getting worse . I want to fit LEDS to my guards van so I need to see what I'm doing . I can't be the only one any help please.
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Hi

I have found having one of these a great aid to seeing small jobs better.
There are of course many others available.
https://www.hobbycraft.co.uk/purelite-t ... 31000.html
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Great idea and I have one of these.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Rolson-60390-L ... 136&sr=8-6

I only have one eye at the moment that works almost properly.
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I have both of those for fixed work and mobile work. Both work really well.
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Thanks guys I have ordered one hope fully when it gets here I'll be able to see it.
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Thank you thank you I've just got my light and I can see the thin wires from the LEDS again thank you all from Neil.
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