> stabbed a sharp stick into my eye and the phosphor screen eyepiece bloomed
> and stayed saturated. I quietly put it back into its box, praying no one
> would use it soon. Apparently there was no damage (except to my eye) as I
> never heard any gripes about the unit.
Jim and others:
The Night Owl I have cautions STRONGLY against anything but nighttime or low
light level usage. It also cautions against looking at lights with it and
whatnot.. If the tube starts to saturate, it shuts off automatically to prevent
If I use the unit for more than about 10 minutes, I get a headache. This is not
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