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  1. Hello to all. I wonder if you could help me please? I'm new to this hobby and confused as to what I should be using in terms of eye assistance whilst working on a watch. I've seen single eye loops of various magnification, glasses with two eye loops attached, large magnifying glasses on an angle poise type stand and expensive video cameras which sit over the job and relay the image back to a monitor. I bought a cheap pair of glasses with two eye loops and led lights attached (off fleabay), but to be honest, I can see more with the naked eye - they are useless. Could anyone advise how I should be working with respect to magnification? Do I keep an eye loop in all the time, or only as and when needed? Thank you in advance. Kind regards, Deggsy.