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By Grauw

Ascended (9382)

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16-10-2020, 18:05

Hands are shaking too much eh Wink.

By Pencioner

Scribe (1198)

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16-10-2020, 18:20

Not this. Main problems is that my seeing on close distances are getting quite bad... quite blind and if take this effort i feel my eyes bad for a while though. Hands are well enough Wink

By Grauw

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16-10-2020, 18:55

With our ageing demographic, there’s always the risk when making a joke like that, that it is actually a problem the person is facing. I got lucky! Smile

Maybe if you still want to do some soldering every once in a while you could get a mag lamp. The bright light and big magnifying glass puts much less of a strain on your eyes.

By The Apeman

Expert (88)

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17-10-2020, 10:22

Grauw wrote:

It’s a legitimate suggestion, no need to diss it…

It was meant tongue-in-cheek.

The cable I bought at retrocables.es is of very good quality. I can see individual pixels as squares on a pretty run-off-the-mill gaming monitor.

By sd_snatcher

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17-10-2020, 21:24

Grauw wrote:

Maybe if you still want to do some soldering every once in a while you could get a mag lamp. The bright light and big magnifying glass puts much less of a strain on your eyes.

BTW, I would welcome suggestions for mag lamps that people here have tested themselves.
(if it stays firm in position, if the LEDs don't burn after some time etc)

As you can imagine, it's quickly becoming harder and harder to solder without optical assistance. :P

By Palver

Resident (49)

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20-10-2020, 21:34

I got a

Lumeno 7215GR

with tripod four years ago and all leds are working. It is steady in place and has become my best friend for manual work.

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