Ash Flash Flashlight - 2 Cell Black Hand Lantern with Red Reflector (c. 1960)
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Flashlights : Ash Flash Brand / Mini Lantern Style

Ash Flash 2 Cell Black Hand Lantern with Red Reflector   Ash Flash 2 Cell Black Hand Lantern with Red Reflector




Value: $10.00
Manufacturer: Ash Flash
Mfgr. Model #: N/A
Circa: 1960
Battery: 2D
Style: Mini Lantern



Online Since: 4/28/2003
FM Reference #: AS00011
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  Brett
I have one. Grey model. Still has sticker on inside that says it uses
No. 406 blinker bulb or its equivalent. On the bulb itself it reads GE 14.
Oct 16, 2011 - 8:31 PM
  JULIE
MY HUSBAND FOUND A FLASHLIGHT LIKE THIS BUT IT HAS A YELLOW REFLECTOR ON TOP. WE WERE WONDERING IF YOU KNOW IF THE YELLOW WAS MADE THE SAME YEAR.
Dec 7, 2008 - 10:38 AM
  Preston Parris
Ignore my previous message. The lamp probably is a three volt lamp but on further inspection I found that it is a special lamp that you probably will not be able to find. The lamp on the top was meant to flash on-and-off and that function is built into the bulb itself. So, any three volt lamp that will fit into the base will light up but unless it has the flash function built into the bulb then it will not flash. Sorry about the mis-information. Stuff like that happens :>) Preston Parris
Aug 13, 2007 - 6:24 PM
  PRESTON PARRIS
I also found an Ash Flash at a Garage Sale. The only difference that I see is that the case is gray. There is a number on the bulb but It is blurred and cant be read. However, since the flashlight has two 1.5 volt batteries then
there is a very good chance that it is a (3) three volt bulb. Take you flashlight to any Radio Shack store or any place that sells electronic parts and ask them for a (3) three volt bulb that will screw into the socket. The bulb will not be more than (3) three volts. It is possible to be less than (3) three volts but a (3) three volt bulb will probably work anyway.
Aug 12, 2007 - 11:39 AM
  Geron
I had one of these in gray; it was a Christmas present in the early 1960's.
I'ts long since gone, but I found another just like it in a yard sale for someplace.
I'm missing the top blinker bulb. If anyone knows how to get one, I would appreciate it.
Jan 3, 2007 - 1:12 PM


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