I had seen that one and - perhaps unfairly - dismissed it out of hand for being Charnwood. Seen a number of similar looking versions with different badges.I have this one. It is pretty good as long as you have somewhere for it to stick. It goes nicely on my headstock.
This is the one Colwin Way has been using in his series of woodturning videos for Axminster's Skills At Home. Might treat myself, the recent new lathe and table-saw upgrade were necessities, not treats!I use a gloforce eyelight in my workshop you can get different length goose necks and it’s not the cheapest but I find it really useful - got mine from woodworking and powertool show a few years back
I have two 600mmx600mm panels and have not had any issues with flicker. They replaced and old style florescent strip light because the flicker from that was giving me headaches. Moden PC screens aren't as bad but I was forever tinkering with the refresh rate on old style monitors, again because the flicker from them used to induce really bad headaches.Disclaimer: I'm not a turner.
But I am interested in task lighting (for the bandsaw, drill press, etc.), so I have a related question to you good folks who have LED lights:
Lighting LEDs are commonly pulsed at fairly high frequency, in order to save power (although not all driver circuits do this, mostly the battery-powered ones). Has anybody had issues with, or even noticed, any strobing effects?
AT the show I purchased from, and subsequent shows quite a few of the Turners were using the GloForce not all, and you don't know how many were given them as a promotion but they all seemed very happy with them.This is the one Colwin Way has been using in his series of woodturning videos for Axminster's Skills At Home. Might treat myself, the recent new lathe and table-saw upgrade were necessities, not treats!