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Mini Flashlight Attaches To Your Finger
In our last issue, a reader suggested that someone should "invent" a finger flashlight. Soon after, Ed Gurran of Rosetown, Sask., e-mailed notice us that such a flashlight already exists and is listed in a catalog from Lee Valley Tools of Ogdensburg, N.Y.
  The mini flashlight weighs less than 1/2 ounce and is only 1 5/8-in. long. It straps to your finger or can be attached to your eyeglasses, or even a button on your shirt. The high-intensity LED bulb is powered by two 1 1/2-volt alkaline mini batteries that provide 14 hours of continuous use. "It's remarkably bright for such a tiny light," says a company spokesman.
  The light comes with batteries.
  Sells for $19.95 (U.S.) plus S&H.
  For a copy of the Lee Valley Tools catalog, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Lee Valley Tools Ltd., 12 East River St., Ogdensburg, N.Y. 13669 (ph 800 871-8158; fax 800 513-7885).

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