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    Don't you have electricity or an extension cord? A Jobo Minilux on a lanyard around your neck might suffice. It uses a single AAA battery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chazzy View Post
    There is a British battery-powered LED safelight that one wears around one's neck, but I can't remember who makes it. Maybe someone else will know.
    RH Designs has a safelight:

    http://www.rhdesigns.co.uk/darkroom/html/safetorch.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeroldharter View Post
    That must be the one that I was thinking of. It's a pity that it doesn't take a more common battery.
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    Astronomers use red LED flashlights. Great for preserving night vision, yet also very handy for the darkroom. I used mine recently for processing lith film. http://members.cox.net/rigelsys/flashlight.html

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    Army surplus stores carried a flashlight with the rightangle head. the trim ring holding the reflector in also holds filters, one of them was a red one for using during blackouts. I had one that I mounted a chunk cut from an auto tailight lens that worked great.
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