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Re: Oregon 40V Work Light WL275
« on: July 13, 2016, 11:00:42 pm »
More Filter Fun

Cut up a bunch of acrylic and polycarbonate scraps I had in the shop, along with some milk jugs and old Tupperware, to make more filters.  I can do this since the LED light remains cool.

It would be better if I had some even lower light settings, to extend battery life, but the filters are fun to play with.  Took it camping and it really lit things up.  Great for setting up tents, for late arrivals, and for turning my nylon tent into a locating beacon for the whole campsite! The yellow filter really did attract fewer bugs.

A little big for backpacking,and I'd like a better way to hang it, or to mount at height.  But overall, very happy with it.

Philbert
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