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    I have a Lucky 60M and it came with a 100 Watt/220 Volt lamp, shaped like a mushroom.

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    "Have fun and catch that light beam!"
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    This looks like the same lamp for the 90M (but is a 150W/100V). Do you know where to buy one of these lamps? I only found then on rakuten and they don't ship it internationally.

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    "Have fun and catch that light beam!"
    Bert from Holland
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    I also think I can use any brand, but the model/shape is important I used the PH140 lamp you linked but I didn't get uniform coverage, its has visible on some prints.

    I'm using the PH211 (the 75W version of PH212)

    I dind't find this mushroom shaped lamp on ebay, TheToadMen, can you read what is written on the side of your lamp? If I have the shape, like PH211 or PH140, I think will be easier to search for it. Thanks.

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    I'll check the bulb.
    On the original website of the manufacturer is says: "Lucky enlarger bulb 100V-150W"
    See: http://web.archive.org/web/200707010...0ms/index.html (use Google Translate)
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    One side say: for Lucky.
    The other side says 220V / 100 W
    There is some sort of writing/ logo, but that could be Japanese writing also??
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    "Have fun and catch that light beam!"
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    The writing is Japanese, ナショナル (nashionaru), meaning "national'. Google don't give me too much, seen to be a brand of Japanese lamps. Thanks a lot TheToadMen, if I found a source of these lamps I will post here.

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    Good luck hunting!
    BTW: The manufacturer of these enlargers was: Fujimoto from Japan.
    "Have fun and catch that light beam!"
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