A Guardian Adventure
Light - the clip doesn't grip all that well so I've used
heavy duty self-adhesive velcro to attach it to the shoulder
They cost about £10 on eBay - £14 or so from dive
shops. They can be set to either strobe or show a constant light.
(The orange cord is just a spare leash).
This small LED torch runs on an AA cell and came from eBay
for .99p + about £6 postage from Hong Kong. (It's sold
as a "CREE LED 270 Lm 5w Flashlight A20") - it's only
being used to prove the concept as it is NOT waterproof, despite
claiming to be.
It's really necessary to spend a bit more - perhaps the EagleTac
here which has an IPX-8 rating.
A piece of webbing strap has a bit of heavy duty self-adhesive
velcro stuck to it and a pair of velcro ties are then attached.
Most of the DIY chains sell them.
The strap's buckle is hidden behind the sleeve on the ba's
The torch is nice and secure, but still easily removed. It's
position allows it to be turned on easily. The angle is just
right for it to be used to light a map if you lean forward a
bit, or to shine at an oncoming ferry if you're looking at it
- as you would be!
This shot also shows the velcro on the strap.