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    I have a couple of these on my keychain, and in my telescope box. It's dimmable, bright enough to read star charts and eyepiece focal lengths with, and can be hung around the neck on a string (provided) or from a box with a clip (provided).

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    In Australia, Australian Telescopes is selling a hundred hour + battery life LED Red night vision flashlight for astronomy and camping. I picked up one myself.

    Powered by a 9V battery, it has an adjustable light source. They are usually hard to find or expensive here, the Australia Telescopes price is much better priced.
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