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#11 Anderoo



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Posted 15 February 2007 - 04:25 PM

I've had a couple of isotopes for a couple of years - I shelled out for them thinking it would mean I could stop paying silly prices for starlights which only last a few hours. However (and this may be because I bought crap isotopes!) they're nowhere near as bright and clear as starlights, and now I buy starlights off fleabay and leave the isotopes at home.

Before buying, try to get a good look at them in darknesss because you might be disappointed.
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Posted 15 February 2007 - 05:15 PM

Take a look here, they do all sizes and diffrent makes. I personally use the drennan ones, you get 2 for about 8.


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Posted 19 February 2007 - 01:04 PM

I have Isotopes in side my micro swingers and one glued into a drennan crystal loaded waggler.

They should last for about 25 years and make a massive saving against chemical snap lights.
they are also smaller then the chemical lights.

I have seen tackle tarts with isotoes glued into the handle of their rods.
the isotope matches the isotope in their swinger and the led on their alarm!!!!!!!!!!!

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