Introduction to the bright side.

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  1. Scott D

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    Talking a mate, via WhatsApp, through his first light up of a Tilley X246 located in several pieces at the back of my garage. Whilst he lit his first, I broke my own PB with 8 of my own. It would have been 9 but for the reappearance of a stress crack in the fount of my Bialaddin 300X. So much for my first soldering attempt, although I do think it has sprung from a different place. Guess I’m in the market for a new 300X fount.

    Plenty warm enough in here but could hardly hear myself think!
     
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    Lucky duck

    My wife has forbidden me to light more than five at a time. :roll:
     
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    Wow that's truly an amazing light up.
     
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    Great light up. The only thing missing is the beer pump.8]
     
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    Very lucky. My wife just bought me a fire extinguisher and a smoke alarm!
     
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    Well lit indeed!:thumbup::thumbup:
     
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    The glow from those lanterns, very nice.
     
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    Great photo. I hope you had a window cracked open.
     
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    Nice lamps.
    I can spend whole night in this garage.
     
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    Nice one ...... :D/
     
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    Yeah :thumbup:

    Seen something similar here...
     
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  13. James K

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    Great light up, a very well lit workshop.
    I know what you mean about the noise, if I get carried away with playing / testing lamps I often need to turn the radio up.
    The best solution to this I have found is to fettle up a pile of lanterns with a single long air intake, as they run a bit quieter.
     

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