At 57 I’m happy to say I can still read a newspaper unaided, but when I tried to sharpen my Diston 10 point cross cut saw this morning, the blurr of teeth was a problem. Anyone have any suggestions on a good product along the jeweler’s head visor line that might resolve this issue?
hi bill i bought this one and i’m not happy with it unless you have your nose resting on the saw vice its not much use imho
head Magnifhttp://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Head-Magnifying-Glass-with-LED-Light-Magnifier-Hands-Free-Latest-Model-UK-New-/350546693546?pt=UK_Sound_Vision_Other&hash=item519e360daaying Glass with LED Light Magnifier Hands Free… (350546693546)
I use a clip on light to a broom handle. One end drilled through 6mm use a bolt plus spacing washer and mount horizontally UNDER a shelf above worktop. This onsomblay can be swivelled out of way or over work.
Then I use strongest £6.00 chemist classes, I have a pair of 3 times magnification, sit on my pine stool (claimed from the dump) and work on my Disston saws with ease.