Additional lighting

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  1. paul18

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    Hi guys, yet more advice sought, so apologies offered.
    Is anyone aware of a battety powered (directional) light that can fitted to darker areas of interior to facilitate reading? Dont mean those cheap and nasty stick and click things though
     
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    Head torch or book clip torch?
     
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    "Battery" as in leisure battery or dry battery ?
     
  5. paul18

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    Permanently mount ( or semi) dry, stand alone battery. Dont want to have to run cables, drill holes etc to spur off 12v
     
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    Have a google for "Mr Beams" also on Amazon. Not cheap but better quality.
     
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    Anyone else have any suggestions please?
     
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    We have a couples of this type ( from Lidl) that do the job for us.
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