Originally Posted by jevon
I prefer the LED method. Yet to have a problem using clear duct tape. I use red for all but champion glow plastic, which I use UV LED. Dim but can spot when you get within 20 feet or so.
Now I've got a yearnin' to check my LED and battery supply...
in preparation for upcoming rounds at shelton springs
i have got a fleet of red and uv leds and cr2025 batts. plus some clear duct tape.
The Glow Bag:
i have a uv light for windshield repairs, which should work great for charging glow discs
so I have my old crunch box set up as a glow bag now (pics to follow)
I have mounted the uv light in the bottom of the bag (using vecro from the old disc divider)
then i got some flexible mirror i could cut up (mirror repair kit from auto dept.)
i put it full width on the long sides, and in the lid/top flap.
i also used some smaller pieces in the bottom and on the short sides.
this allows the one uv light, to bounce all over the inside of the bag, lighting all the discs very wel