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Thread: Led Lights

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    Quote Originally Posted by BellaBoo View Post
    Your eyes may be sensitive to light now but as you get older the sensitivity will be less and less. At least that what happened to my Aunt. She couldn't tolerate bright light until later in her life. I would ask an eye dr. about the light sensitivity problem. My aunt found out too late it isn't normal.
    Thank you. My eye doctor knows. Part of why I have polarized bi-focals. I know I do better than I used to. I can ALMOST tolerate a normal computer monitor now but I prefer them with the brightness and contrast both set below 50.

    I have an aunt that is light sensitive, too. She is 54 and I am 47. When we went to retreat it really disturbed everyone that we turned all the lights out except our machine lights. We even gave our extra lights to other people. Worked out best for everyone.

    But those Ott lights...those things are EVIL. Shudder just thinking of them!

    I feel for anyone that can't see for whatever reason. Yesterday my husband moved my glasses while I was in the shower. I couldn't find them and had to get a spare pair out to find them because he left for work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaryLane View Post
    When we went to retreat it really disturbed everyone that we turned all the lights out except our machine lights. We even gave our extra lights to other people. Worked out best for everyone.

    I'm sorry you have this problem but if I paid for a retreat and someone turned out the lights and expected me to use a lamp light I would not be very happy at all and would have asked for a refund if I had to sew without normal lighting.
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    No, I meant at our table. Not anyone else's lights. Each table was equipped with individual task lighting that we didn't use. They just couldn't imagine that we could work like that. I would never bother anyone else's. That is part of why I wear my sunglasses so often. Even my safety glasses are darkly tinted.

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    Oh, that explanation makes it clear. I couldn't understand someone turning off the lights. LOL
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