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light just described — but is smaller. It consists of a box
just large enough to receive a three-cell flashlight battery.
A piece of brass rod is bent into the form of a hook or crane
from which to suspend the watch.

The light is supplied by a three-and-one—half-volt tungsten




FIG. 299. — A Watch-Light.

flashlight bulb mounted on the top of the box in front of
the watch. If desirable, the light may be fitted with a small
shade or reflector. so that it shinesonly on the dial and not
in the eyes. The figures on the face of the timepiece can
then be seen much more plainly.

The lamp is mounted in a small wooden socket or a pin-

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